Under the guidance of Coach Williams, the Falcons won the 400-meter hurdles, defeated all college teams in the 4x100 relays and posted five NCAA Division II automatic qualifying times in the Florida Relays, which featured many Division I competitors, Olympic hopefuls and former Olympians. Six Falcons' competitors and two relay teams are ranked among the top three nationally in Division II based off their performances in the Florida Relays including top-ranked Immanuel Hutchinson in the 800 and the top-ranked 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams.
Graham guided the JCSU women's team to two first place finishes at the Winthrop/Adidas Invitational. In addition, JCSU posted six NCAA provisional qualifying times over the weekend, highlighted by the 4x400m relay team's 3:41.33, which is the fastest time recorded thus far this season. JCSU leads Division II with 12 Top Ten and 5 Top Three NCAA qualifying performances.
Coach Williams led the Falcons men to two victories (Sprint Medley, 4x100), one DII national ranking (4x100) and seven top-10 finishes including six top-five finishes at the prestigious Raleigh Relays this past weekend.
The Saint Augustine’s men advanced from being ranked No. 4 to No. 2 with 10 Top Ten and 4 Top Three individual performances in the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) D-II National Team Computer Rankings third edition.