CIAA Announces Men’s & Women’s Indoor Track & Field Weekly Honors #4

By: CIAA

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
For the week ending January 16, 2023

FOOD LION MEN’S TRACK ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Terrell Robinson, St. Augustine’s
(Fr. – Winston-Salem, NC)
Freshman Terrell Robinson continues to turn heads and make a name for himself early in the Men’s Track and Field indoor season. At the 5th annual HBCU Showdown in Manhattan, NY last weekend, the Winston-Salem, NC native showed out by posting a blistering 6.66 time in the 60m, which is tied for the fastest time in Division II and tops in the CIAA.
FOOD LION MEN’S FIELD ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Glenn Butler Jr., Lincoln (PA)
(Sr. – Greenburgh, NY) 
At the HBCU Showdown in Manhattan, NY, Glenn Butler Jr. finished first in the high jump with a personal-best leap of 2.14m (7′ 0.25″) last weekend. In the long jump, the senior from Greenburgh, NY placed second with a leap of 7.34m (24’1″).
FOOD LION WOMEN’S TRACK ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Ronee Tudor, Winston-Salem State
(Fr. – Charlotte, NC)
Competing in multiple events at the Mondo College Invitational in Winston-Salem, NC last weekend, Ronee Tudor finished in first place in the 60m qualifying with a time of 7.79 before placing in seventh in the finals with a time of 7.89. The freshman from Charlotte, NC earned another top-10 finish, running a time of 26.74 in the 200m.
FOOD LION WOMEN’S FIELD ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Kennedy Alexander, Winston-Salem State
(Sr. – Charlotte, NC)
Kennedy Alexander finished in second place in the high jump with a mark of 1.67m (5’5.75″) at the Mondo College Invitational in Winston-Salem, NC last weekend. This mark surpasses her already provisional qualifying mark she set in December.

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