Men's and Women's Outdoor Track - News


Below is a list of our outdoor track & field All-Americans separated by NJCAA & USTFCCCA honorees. The women's team finished 11th in the country at the NJCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field National Championships. The men's finished tied for 23rd. Below are the links to complete results.

Women's results

Men's results

USTFCCA All-American

outdoor track and field All-Americans separated by USTFCCCA honorees
Name Event(s)
Andre Rampergas 4x400, 4x800
Camilo Noesi 4x800
Devon Duncan 4x800
Djelili Okoro 4x400, 4x800
Gregory Saintfleur 4x400
Justin Davis 4x400
Lylybel Devora 4x100, 4x400, 4x800, 800m
Melanie Valerio 4x800
Naadei Neequaye 4x100, 4x400
Natalia Plaza 4x100, 4x400, 4x800
Nicole Chavez 4x800, Steeplechase
Shahinie Gillette 4x100, 4x400
Gariele Ermeran Hammer Throw

NJCAA All-American

outdoor track and field All-Americans separated by NJCAA honorees
Name Event(s)
Lylybel Devora 4x800
Nicole Chavez 4x800
Natalia Plaza 4x800
Melanie Valerio 4x800

Queensborough Take Men's and Women's CUNYAC Outdoor Track Titles

The 2017 CUNYAC/Army ROTC Outdoor Track and Field Championships took place on Sunday, May 14th at Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island. In the men’s competition, Queensborough Community College came away with the championship after scoring 241 total points. They outscored Hostos Community College, who scored 158 total points to take second place. Queensborough also won on the women’s side, with a team total of 241 points. Hostos finished behind them in second place with 158 points.

Read the full CUNYAC story

2017 CUNYAC Champions

2017 CUNYAC Men's Community College Champions
2017 CUNYAC Women's Community College Champions

Queensborough is currently ranked in the top 15 for NJCAA D3

The national NJCAA Division III Top 25 rankings are out and Queensborough is currently ranked #14 for Men's and #12 for Women's Outdoor Track and Field. Go Tigers!
NJCAA Division III Top 25

In addition, learn about our individual track & field athletes who are ranked in the Top 10 nationally in their respective events. Their names, event and national ranking are below:
NJCAA Division III Rankings by Event

Men’s Track & Field
Devon Duncan 400 meter hurdles 3rd (56.95)
Loukas Filippou Javelin 4th (49.54m)
Devon Duncan 110 meter hurdles 6th (15.85)
Women’s Track & Field
4x100 Relay Team   7th (58.12)
Sharina Tappin Triple Jump 1st (10.22m)
Sharina Tappin High Jump 3rd (1.35m)
Gariele Emeran Shot Put 5th (10.02m)
Gariele Emeran Discus 7th (26.51m)
Sharina Tappin Long Jump 8th (4.69m)
Gariele Emeran Hammer 8th (26.69m)
CUNY Athletic Conference
Region 15

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