While you were away, our Golden Eagles were busy: The College at Brockport

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While you were away, our Golden Eagles were busy

Over the break we had several Golden Eagles bring home national recognition. Congrats to Victoire Kothor, who won a national championship in the shot put. Brockport also had three All-Americans in wrestling and three All-American designations in T&F.

Over the break we had several Golden Eagles bring home national recognition. Congrats to Victoire Kothor, who won a national championship in the shot put at the Indoor Track and Field National Championship. Kothor also earned All-American honors in the weight throw for her third place finish in the event. Fellow women's Track and Field athlete, Chanyce Powell also earned her place as an All-American, taking fifth in the long jump.

Brockport also had three All-Americans in wrestling after competing in the 2018 National Wrestling Championships, with Jonathan Haas, Sean Peacock and Triston Engle all bringing home the honors.

On the swimming side, Brockport also had a male swimmer win the first SUNYAC race Brockport has seen in over 30 years, taking first in the 100-yard freestyle.

Brockport diving continued their tradition of success, sending Meghann Kilgallon to the NCAA Championships to compete March 21-24 after she punched her ticket to the championships earlier in the year.

Congrats to all our outstanding Golden Eagle performers, and good luck to those still waiting to compete.

Contact:

scorry@brockport.edu

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