SIAC Week 4 Track and Field Performers of the Week

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ATLANTA, Ga. (March 26, 2019) – The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) has announced its track and field weekly honors, released by the league office on Tuesday.

Dedrick Vanover of Morehouse and Yasmine Reynolds of Paine was named this week’s men and women Track Performers of the Week, alongside Shemar Miller of Benedict and Annabel Yates of Spring Hill collected this week’s men and women Field Performers of the Week honor.

Women’s Track and Field

Track Performer of the Week – Yasmine Reynolds, Paine

Reynolds ran personal best times in the 100-meter dash (11.99) and 200-meter dash (24.62) at the Winthrop University Invitational. Reynolds’ performances over the weekend currently rank No. 1 among all SIAC female athletes in each event. Reynolds is also nationally ranked in the 100-meter (13th) and the 200-meter (8th). 

Field Performer of the Week – Annabel Yates, Spring Hill

Yates had a strong showing for the Badgers after winning the javelin throw with a distance of 35.93 meters, an event which Spring Hill still holds the meet record from 2017. Six Badgers scored double-digit points during the meet which includes Yates’ 10 first place points. Spring Hill College women finished third at the University of Montevallo Falcon Outdoor Track & Field Classic at the University of Montevallo Track Facility where the Badgers collected 114 team points.

Men’s Track and Field

Track Performer of the Week – Dedrick Vanover, Morehouse

Vanover highlighted Morehouse’s performances and first place finish at the Montevallo Falcon Track & Field Classic as he took first place in the 100-meter dash breaking the meet record with a time of 10:64 and finished first in the 200-meter dash with a time of 21:41. He was also part of the 4x100m relay team which had a first place finish with a time of 41.75. Vanover is already a DII provisional qualifier for the NCAA Championships in both the 100m & 200m.

Field Performer of the Week – Shemar Miller, Benedict

Miller finished fourth overall in the triple jump with a NCAA Division II provisional qualifying mark of 14.76 meters (48 feet, 5 inches), which currently ranks eighth in NCAA Division II and first in the SIAC. He also jumped 6.76 meters (22 feet, 1 ½ inches) in the long jump to finish 13th in the Winthrop University/Adidas Invitational meet last weekend.


Women’s Track Performer of the WeekAmber Bryant-Brock (Benedict)
Women’s Field Performer of the Weekn/a
Men’s Track Performer of the WeekJuan Scott (Central State); Joshua Ajero (Albany State)
Men’s Field Performer of the WeekTimontrez Eady (Paine)

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