Distance Medley Relay Earns All-American Honors At NCAA Indoor Championships

March 12, 2010

The UCLA men's distance medley relay team earned All-American honors on Friday at the NCAA Indoor Championships in Fayetteville, AR as the foursome of Scott Crawford, Quentin Powell, Cory Primm and Marlon Patterson finished sixth overall.

Crawford led the team off with a 1200m split of 2:58.66. Powell then took the baton for the 400m leg, running 48.85. Primm ran 1:48.97 in the 800m leg and then Patterson took the team home in the mile leg with a time of 4:02.72. The Bruins finished sixth overall with a time of 9:39.20.

Crawford and Powell both earned the first All-America honor of their careers. Patterson and Primm tallied their second honor after earning accolades with the 2008 DMR that placed seventh overall.

Also on Friday, Kevin Craddock finished 19th in the 60m hurdles with a time of 8.39. Casey DiCesare no-heighted in the pole vault.

Arkansas leads the team competition with 24 points, followed by Florida (20) and Florida State (14).

For complete NCAA results, click here.

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