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Track & Field: Brazil Earns All-America Honors At NCAA Indoor Championships

Matt Sullivan, Director of Athletics Communications

First Cajuns indoor sprinter to earn All-America honors since 1992

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Louisiana's Jeryl Brazil capped off an impressive indoor season as he finished 15th overall in the men's 60-meter dash at the 2018 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships on Friday at the Gilliam Indoor Stadium on the Texas A&M campus.
 
Brazil clocked a time of 6.87 seconds in the preliminaries for the Ragin' Cajuns to finish 15th overall and earn second-team All-America honors. The Loranger, La., native became the first indoor track and field All-American for the Ragin' Cajuns since Justin Victor in 2014 and became the first sprinter to claim All-America honors since Larry Moore in 1992.
 
Auburn's Raheem Chambers posted the top time in the preliminaries with a time of 6.56. Arkansas State's Jaylen Bacon clocked a time of 6.65 (6.642) to edge TCU's Jalen Miller (6.648) for the eighth spot and advance to Saturday's final.



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