FMU’s Corion Knight captures All-American honors at NAIA Track Championships

Florida Memorial University’s Corion Knight capped off his spectacular indoor season by earning All-American honors on the final day of the 2016 NAIA Indoor Track & Field National Championships. Corion Knight’s leap of 2.04m (6-08.25.) earned him All-American honor at the meet as he placed 8th in the Men’s High Jump. All-American honors were given to the top eight individuals from each event and all four runners in the top eight relays. With his finish, Knight becomes the first Lion to capture All-American honors since the 2011 Indoor Championship meet when Jeffrey Henderson and Anika Baptiste earned the distinction. The meet signaled the end of the men's and women's indoor season. The Lions will begin their outdoor season at the USF Invitational, hosted by University of South Florida, on Friday, March 11th in Tampa, Fla. For more information on Florida Memorial Athletics, visit www.fmuathletics.com/

Meet signaled the end of the men’s and women’s indoor season

Florida Memorial University’s Corion Knight capped off his spectacular indoor season by earning All-American honors on the final day of the 2016 NAIA Indoor Track & Field National Championships.

Corion Knight’s leap of 2.04m (6-08.25.) earned him All-American honor at the meet as he placed 8th in the Men’s High Jump.

All-American honors were given to the top eight individuals from each event and all four runners in the top eight relays. With his finish, Knight becomes the first Lion to capture All-American honors since the 2011 Indoor Championship meet when Jeffrey Henderson and Anika Baptiste earned the distinction.

The meet signaled the end of the men’s and women’s indoor season. The Lions will begin their outdoor season at the USF Invitational, hosted by University of South Florida, on Friday, March 11th in Tampa.

 

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