For the first time in program history, three Freed-Hardeman runners competed for a national title in track and field.
Madison Grant became the first FHU female to qualify for the championship race. She also broke that barrier in the fall when she competed in the cross-country national championship race. She placed 22nd with a 1:36:25 half-marathon.
Nathan Mangrum's 10th place finish was the highest of any Lion in program history. He set a new personal record in addition to a new school record with a blistering 1:11:49 half-marathon finish.
Matthew Ray concluded his collegiate track and field career with a 47th place finish at 1:19:47. He has one more year of eligibility to compete in this fall's cross-country campaign.