NEW ORLEANS, The. – Three Tornados earned All-Region honors announced by the US Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. Bayli Luc, Ravon Davis Conwayand Landon Norsworthy received playoff honor for the 2022 outdoor track and field season.
Luke was a superstar in his final season. The senior graduate was doubled on the all-region team for her blistering time of 57.45 in the 400m. The three-time All-ASC team member made the finals in three events at the ASC Championships while winning two of them. First, Luke won the 400m with a time of 57.57, finishing a solid three seconds faster than second, then she won her second medal with a first-place finish in the 800m, with a time of 2: 30.10. Finally, she finished fourth in the 200m, recording a score of 25.72.
Davis-Conway shone all season with impressive leaps. His moment of glory was when he broke his own school record with a leap of 14.71m in the triple jump for the third best in the region. Davis Conway is also a two-time ASC individual champion. The Austin native won the ASC long jump title with a jump of 6.90m and won the ASC triple jump title with a jump of 14.36m in May 2021. He represented Concordia at the Championships in NCAA Division III outdoor athletics and finished 19th to end his collegiate career.
Norwegian won the ASC long jump crown as a true freshman, jumping 7.15m to earn the individual title and first-team All-ASC honors. The true freshman’s best mark was 7.28m at the 2022 War Hawk Classic in May. He tallied the Tornados’ best six jumps in the long jump last season and competed in the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
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