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Emmorey earns All-American honors


Grand Valley State University senior Tyler Emmorey, a 2007 Cedar Springs graduate, finished eighth in the 5,000 meter run last weekend, to earn United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-American honors, crossing the line in a time of 14:28.66. It is his fourth All-American honor overall and his first All-American honor during indoor track season.

Lake Superior State University freshman Justin Balczak (Cedar Springs class of 2011) also competed last weekend in the NCAA Division II National Indoor Track and Field Finals. He took second in the high jump, fifth in the 60-meter hurdles, sixth in the long jump and 10th in the heptathlon.

 

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GVSU men’s cross country hometown release


Cedar Springs grad Tyler Emmorey at the 2011 NCAA Division II National Championship in Spokane, Wash. He is currently a senior at Grand Valley State University. Photo used with permission from GVSU.

The Grand Valley State men’s cross country team had another banner season, matching the program’s best finish at the NCAA Division II National Championship with a third place result in Spokane, Wash. The team won its 10th straight GLIAC Championship and their 10th straight NCAA Division II Midwest Regional Championship with their performances towards the end of the season. Senior Anthony Witt was named both the GLIAC Men’s Cross Country Athlete of the Year and USTFCCCA Midwest Region Athlete of the Year after finishing in first place at both events.

Senior Tyler Emmorey (Cedar Springs, Mich.) was consistently at the top of the results in every event he ran this season.

Emmorey finished second at the Notre Dame Invite with a time of 25:01, second at the GLIAC Championships in a time of 25:28.72, second at the NCAA Division II Midwest Regional with a time of 32:00.6, just two seconds behind the winner, fourth at the MSU Spartan Invite with a time of 24:34 and fifth at the Penn State National Invitational with a time of 26:29.

At the NCAA Division II National Championship, Emmorey finished in eighth and was the highest finishing Laker in the event, completing the course in a time of 31:25.0, just 40 seconds behind the national champion. He was honored as both a USTFCCCA All-Region runner as well as an All-American.

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