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AUSTIN, Texas – Senior Travis Mabe (SR/Deford, Mich.) of the Cornerstone University Track & Field Team made school history today as he along with Brittany Murray were named CU's first ever Capital One First Team Academic All-Americans. The honor, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), comes as the final straw in the cap for the pair of athletes with illustrious career in their time at Cornerstone.
GULF SHORES, Ala. – The final day of the 2015 NAIA Outdoor National Championships brought one of the most grueling events of the meet as Travis Mabe (SR/Deford, Mich.) pulled the curtain on the Cornerstone men's track & field season with a fifth place showing in the Marathon. The All-American honor is the second in as many days for the senior distance runner. The men finished 23rd in the final team standings.
GULF SHORES, Ala. – Day two of the 2015 NAIA Outdoor National Championships opened with an All-American mark in the 10,000 from Travis Mabe (SR/Deford, Mich.) and closed with a second one for the Golden Eagles as Brent Dunn (FR/Hobart, Ind.) finished fifth in the 5,000m Race Walk. The men's team will have one more competitor on the final day as Mabe runs in the marathon starting at 7 a.m. EDT.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Director of Athletics Dave Grube is pleased to announce Louis Falland as the 2014-15 Cornerstone University Men's Senior Athlete of the Year. Falland still has the remaining events in his final outdoor track and field season but has been one of the most consistent runners to ever put on a Cornerstone cross country and T&F uniform.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Louis Falland (SR/Nuriootpa, Australia) took home the Most Valuable Performer and Travis Mabe (SR/Deford, Mich.) won a pair of events including a new WHAC meet record as the men's track & field team finished third in the Outdoor conference championships. The two-day event at Houseman Field in downtown Grand Rapids wrapped up late on Friday night with the Golden Eagles placing behind Indiana Tech and Siena Heights.