Knights Cap Off Historic Season at NCAA Track & Field Championships

Eugene, Ore.- The UCF track and field team wrapped up their outdoor season at the NCAA Track and Field Championship on Saturday night.
Rayniah Jones, Ciara Holback, Beyonce Defreitas, I'Asia Wilson earned the title of First Team All-American, Brittany Floyd earned Second Team All-American honors, and Asherah Collins and Adrianne Adams earned Honorable Mention All-American honors. 
"This was a great ending to a storybook season," Head coach Dana Boone said. "We had the most Knights competing at a Championship since we took over years ago. We are leaving with First, Second and Honorable Mention Team All-Americans. I am so proud to lead this program and we will move forward continuing to build this program on a national level. We leave here more experienced and hungry for the future".
The day got started with the heptathlon. Brittany Floyd picked up picked up a top 15 finish in the long jump and a top 10 finish in the javelin before capping the night off with another top 15 finish in the 800-meter.
Her heptathlon performance was a historic one for UCF as she was the first Knight to participate in the event. Her 16th place finish earned her second-team All-American honors.
The 4x1 relay squad earned first team All-American status with their seventh-place finish in the final. Rayniah Jones, Ciara Holback, Beyonce Defreitas, and I'Asia Wilson ran a 43.69 to earn their spot as All-Americans.
Asherah Collins had a new highest national finish with her 17th place triple jump performance. Adrienne Adams finished 21st in discus, throwing 46.06-meters.
The Knights as a whole finished tied for 57th with two points.
UCF Results

7. Rayniah Jones, Ciara Holback, Beyonce Defreitas, I'Asia Wilson 43.69
Heptathlon Overall 
16. Brittany Floyd 5410

Heptathlon Long Jump
14. Brittany Floyd 5.70m
Heptathlon Javelin 
9. Brittany Floyd 39.54m 
Heptathlon 800m
11. Brittany Floyd
21. Adrienne Adams 46.06m
Triple Jump 
17. Asherah Collins 12.88m
DQ. Rayniah Jones