June 12, 2013
NEW ORLEANS – Ten Auburn track and field athletes were named United States Track and Field/Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Americans, the organization announced on Monday.
Seniors Maya Pressley (high jump) and Kai Selvon (200 meters) closed their Auburn careers as USTFCCCA All-Americans. Pressley finished third in the high jump to earn her fourth career mention, while Selvon was sixth in the 200 meters to earn All-America status for the ninth time in her illustrious career.
Additionally, sophomore thrower Valentina Muzaric was named a First Team All-American after placing seventh in the women’s shot put. Freshman Daina Levy was a second team honoree with her 14th-place performance in the women’s hammer throw, the first of her career.
On the men’s side, all five participants in the three rounds run by the third-place 4x100m relay team received first team honors. The award was the 12th of senior Marcus Rowland’s career giving him the second most career All-America awards in Auburn history behind Olympian Harvey Glance’s 14 career awards.