Tarleton State University is still reeling in honors from its first indoor track and field season in three decades.
Seven Tarleton student-athletes have been named all-region by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association, including one in two events.
Senior Nikki McNorton from Houston earned all-region status in the 60 meter hurdles and the high jump to pace the TexAnns, who are also represented by thrower Danyelle Dillard in the shot put.
William Webb earned an individual all-region distinction on the men's side for his accomplishments in the pole vault, while the mile relay squad consisting of Clarenico Guerrero, Cameron Krc, Gilson Umunnakwe and Michael Eschbach was also recognized.
All-region honors are based on times and distances, not just nominations and voting as in many other sports. The top five individuals from each event within a region are honored, as are every member of the top three relay teams in each region.
Chase Rathke is the lone Tarleton athlete still in indoor competition. He is competing in the national championships Friday and Saturday in Winston-Salem, NC after qualifying in the 800 meter run.