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The junior earns his second All-American Award of 2016
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The junior earns his second All-American Award of 2016 - View Full Story
Hunt competes in the marathon for the second straight year - View Full Story
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Track & Field - Tue, May. 31, 2016

GULF SHORES, Ala. - A strong showing in the Men's Decathlon event pushed Winston Lawson (FR/Santa Ana, CA) to a career high 6,801 points. Lawson's two-day point total ranks second all-time for VU in the Decathlon and was the highest score since Steve Alexander's 6,936 point tally in 1974. Earlier this year at the NAIA Indoor National Championships, he finished third in the Heptathlon to earn his first national nod. Lawson's score of 5,009 points in the two-day Heptathlon competition broke his own school record set earlier this season by 176 points.

 
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Track & Field - Mon, May. 30, 2016

GULF SHORES, Ala. – Vanguard University sent three athletes from the Men's Track & Field team to compete in the 65th Annual Men's Outdoor Track & Field National Championships from May 26th-28th at the Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium. Winston Lawson (FR/Santa Ana, CA) placed third in the men's decathlon with a personal best score of 6,801 points this weekend earning his second All-American honors as a Lion. Lawson's two-day point total ranks second all-time for VU in the decathlon and was the highest score since Steve Alexander's 6,936 point tally in 1974. Saturday morning, Zach Hunt (JR/Sparks, NV) raced to a 15th place finish among 56 competitors in the marathon with a time of 2:51:13. This was Hunt's second consecutive year running the marathon at the Outdoor National Championships. The third Lion to compete at the Championships was Zach DeAtley (JR/Victorville, CA) who finished 17th in the 3,000 meter steeplechase final Saturday afternoon with a time of 11:08.94. The NAIA National Championships mark the end of the Athletic Calendar for Vanguard University for the 2015-2016 school year, ending on a high note with the solid showings from Lawson, Hunt, and Detley on behalf of all members of the Blue and Gold.

 
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Track & Field - Fri, May. 27, 2016

GULF SHORES, Ala. - Day One of the 2016 NAIA Outdoor Track and Field National Championships featured Winston Lawson (FR/Santa Ana, CA) competing in the Men's Decathlon. Through the first five events, he is sitting in second place. Day Two starts today at 10:00 a.m. and includes the 110m hurdles, discus, pole vault, javelin and 1500m. Saturday, tomorrow, Zach Hunt (JR/Sparks, NV) runs the marathon at 6:00 a.m. followed by Zach DeAtley (JR/Victorville, CA) in the 3000m steeplechase final at 2:00 p.m.

 
 
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Track & Field - Sun, May. 8, 2016

EAGLEROCK, Calif. - In a final effort to qualify for the NAIA Outdoor National Track & Field Championships, the VU men's 4x100m Relay team of Alec Duran (FR/La Verne, CA), Winston Lawson (FR/Santa Ana, CA), Daniel Alade (FR/Bakersfield, CA) and Quinton Alexander (SR/Las Vegas, NV) finished 2nd overall in a season best time of 42.13 but came up just 6/10th's of a second shy of the automatic qualifying standard. Junior Zach DeAtley (JR/Victorville, CA) (who is already qualified for NAIA Nationals in the Marathon) took a final shot at the 3,000m Steeplechase and raced to a career best and qualifying time of 9:31.05 finishing 8th place in Section 2 of the highly competitive field.

 
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Track & Field - Sun, May. 8, 2016

The Vanguard University Track & Field teams have celebrated the end of the season portion of the calendar by recognizing the award winners in 12 categories including Athlete of the Year, Most Improved, Newcomer, Most Inspirational, Champions of Character, Team Captain Leadership, All-Americans, All-GSAC, Scholar-Athlete, Four Year Lettermans, School Records, and Team of Character.

 
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Track & Field - Wed, May. 4, 2016

COSTA MESA, Calif. – The Golden State Athletic Conference has formally announced the winners of the 2016 GSAC Scholar Athlete Awards. The qualifications necessary for the award are to be of junior or senior standing academically and to hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 of higher.