ATLANTA (June 3) — Georgia Tech’s Bryan Swarn earned all-America honors with a seventh place finish in the 400 meters and then anchored Tech’s 4×400-meter relay team to a sixth place finish on the final day of competition at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, held at Duke’s Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham, N.C.
The Tech men finished in a tie for 36th place with six points. Stanford won the team title with 72 points.
A sophomore from Englewood, Colo., Swarn ran 45.72 in the 400 meters and then anchored Tech’s quartet that also included senior Michael Johnson, sophomore Aaron Sink and Sharif Azim to a time of 3:05.46.
Earlier in the week, senior Malcolm Leason earned all-America status with an eighth-place showing in the triple jump, while junior Clayton Porter finished 14th in the long jump. Freshman Brendon Mahoney competed in the men’s 800 meters, and senior Becky Megesi and junior Sara Pardue represented the Tech women’s team in the 800 meters, but none advanced to the finals.