HOBBS, N.M. - NIACC's Kasey Parish placed sixth in the women's javelin at the NJCAA Division I national track and field meet on Saturday.
Parish, a freshman from South Victoria, Australia, earned her sixth-place finish with a toss of 40.72 meters. The sixth-place finished earned Parish USTFCCA all-American honors.
Parish is the second NIACC woman to earn all-American honors in the javelin. Sharon Toako was a national champion in 2014 and earned a second-place finish in 2015.
The Lady Trojans also earned USTFCCA all-American honors with an eighth-place finish in the 4x800-meter relay on Thursday in a time of 10:02.88. The Lady Trojans ran Cecelia Hemsworth, Ally Trager, Emma Davison and Ivy Rollene.
On Friday at the national meet, Davison was 18th in the 1,500 (5:09.48) and 23rd in the 800 (2:32.11).
The NIACC women tied for 26th place at the national meet with four points.
NIACC WOMEN'S 2019 OUTDOOR BESTS
100 - Dashwan Wyatt 13.20 (4-5-19); 200 - Wyatt 26.53 (3-23-19); 400 - Wyatt 1:02.50 (5-4-19); 800 - Emma Davison 2:23.66 (4-12-19); 1,500 - Davison 4:58.58 (3-30-19); 100 hurdles - Ally Trager 17.73 (4-20-19); 400 hurdles - Trager 1:10.57 (5-4-19).
4x400 - 4:31.17 (4-20-19); 4x800 - 9:58.07 (4-28-19).