Two Blue Raiders Earn All-America HonorsMarch 9, 2002 · MT Media Relations
Herring earned his second straight Indoor All-America honor for the Blue Raiders, taking seventh in the 400m in a time of 47.10 in Saturday evening's event final. Herring becomes the first four-time All-American in Middle Tennessee history, having twice earned the honor in outdoors in the 400, as well.
Scales took eighth in the 60m in 6.80, earning the first All-America honor for the Franklin, Tenn., sophomore. Scales becomes the 32nd different athlete to earn All-America honors for Middle Tennessee under head coach Dean Hayes.
Herring and Scales earned the 62nd and 63rd All-America honors for the Blue Raiders under Hayes during his 34-year tenure as head coach.
The Middle Tennessee track squads open the outdoor season on March 16 at the Auburn Invitational in Auburn, Ala.
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