DURHAM, N.C. – After the conclusion of the 2017 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, the All-America honors were announced Monday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
First-team honors went to those athletes from individual events and relay teams that finished first through eighth, while those who finished ninth through 16th nabbed second-team billing. Honorable mention was given to those who finished 17th through 24th.
Rookie Katelyn Gochenour received first team All-America accolades with a sixth-place finish in the women's javelin competition.
Senior Madeline Kopp led the Blue Devils with two All-America honors, including one in the 800m and as a member of the 4x400m relay. Kopp competed alongside teammates MacKenzie Kerr, India Lowe and Maddy Price to finish 16th overall for second team All-America honors.
Graduate student Daniel Golubovic finished 11th in the decathlon with the second-best point total in Duke history, 7,634, securing second team All-America recognition.
In field events, junior Madison Heath concluded her junior season in 13th with a height of 13-7.25 (4.15) to collect her third All-America status.
Hall concluded his senior year in 20th place in men's pole vault while Streisel wrapped up her day in 18th. Rookie Marty was just short of All-America accolades with a tied for 17th-place finish.
A list of all the Blue Devils who earned All-America accolades can be found below:
First Team All-America
Katelyn Gochenour – Javelin