Tigerville, S.C. - Three NGU track and field athletes earned post-season honors from Conference Carolinas coaches following a stellar indoor season.
Terry Davis and Shekinah Wilder were both named Most Valuable Performers in field and track events while Stanley Limoh earned Freshman of the Year honors.
Davis continued his solid career at North Greenville with another Conference Carolinas accolade. The junior won first-place at the Conference Carolinas Indoor Championships in the triple jump and long jump with personal record distances of 15.13m and 7.12m, respectively. He also earned a second-place finish in the high jump. He is seeded 12th in the country for the triple jump and will take part in his third NCAA National Championship in March.
Shekinah Wilder was a dual-threat for the Crusaders this season, as she took part in both field and track events. Wilder set school records in the triple jump and long jump and was part of the first-place 4x400 relay team that also set a school record. Her triple jump distance of 11.39m earned her a first-place finish at the Conference Carolinas Indoor Championships, while her 5.45m long jump earned her a second-place finish.
Stanley Limoh burst onto the scene for NGU as one of its best distance runners. The freshman has continued to improve, setting new records every race. Limoh has personal records in the mile and 3000-meter run with times of 4:14 and 8:33, respectively. Limoh was also part of NGU's first-place distance medley relay team and earned a second-place finish in the mile run at the Conference Carolinas Indoor Track and Field Championships.