jkoller@klkntv.com

Nebraska athletes earned All-American honors today in Austin, Texas at the NCAA Track and Field outdoor championships.

Brothers and Husker football defensive linemen Carlos and Khalil Davis competed in discuss, with Carlos placing 16th and second team All-American, with Khalil coming in at 23rd and honorable mention.

In the women's javelin finals Lincoln Northeast grad Chase Wolinski takes fifth overall, earning first team All-American. Brittni Wolczyk and Sydney Otto placed 14th and 15th. 

Mayson Conner earned second-team All-America honors in the high jump, placing 12th.

Courtesy: UNL Media Relations

AUSTIN, Texas - Nebraska added one first-team All-American, four second-team All-Americans and one honorable mention All-American on day three of the NCAA Championships on Friday at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

Chase Wolinski picked up first-team All-America honors, finishing fifth in the javelin with a throw of 176-4 (53.75m). It was Wolinski's first time competing at the NCAA Championships and gives the Nebraska women 182 all-time outdoor All-Americans. She was the first student-athlete to earn the honor since 2016, when Reka Czuth (high jump - 8th) and Tierra Williams (triple jump - 5th) received the accolade.

Brittni Wolczyk and Sydney Otto also competed in the javelin and became second-team All-Americans. It was Wolczyk's fourth-consecutive appearance at the NCAA Championships and she finished 14th with a distance of 161-9 (49.30m). Otto placed 15th with a mark of 160-11 (49.05m) in her second appearance at the National Championships.

Mayson Conner earned second-team All-America honors in the high jump with a clearance of 7-1 3/4 (2.18m) to finish tied for 12th in his first time competing at the NCAA Outdoor Championships.

Carlos Davis collected second-team All-America accolades in the discus, finishing 16th with a toss of 185-4 (56.51m). Khalil Davis was 23rd in the discus and picked up honorable mention honors with a throw of 168-7 (51.39m). It was the second appearance of Carlos at the NCAA Championships, while it was Khalil's first time throwing at the National Championships.

Friday concluded Nebraska's stay at the NCAA Championships and Husker student-athletes have now received a total of 641 first-team All-America awards across all competitions. (men and women, indoor and outdoor).

Nebraska's USTFCCCA First-Team All-Americans
Chase Wolinski, Javelin - 176-4, 53.75m (5th)

Nebraska's USTFCCCA Second-Team All-Americans 
Mayson Conner, High Jump - 7-1 3/4, 2.18m (t12th)
Chanel Freeman, 100-Meter Hurdles - 13.08 (13th)
Burger Lambrechts Jr., Shot Put - 62-0 1/2, 18.91m (14th) 
Brittni Wolczyk, Javelin - 161-9, 49.30m (14th)
George Kusche, 1,500 Meters - 3:46.87 (15th)
Luke Siedhoff, 110-Meter Hurdles - 13.86 (15th) 
Michaela Peskova, 400-Meter Hurdles - 57.99 (15th)
Sydney Otto, Javelin - 160-11, 49.05m (15th)
Carlos Davis, Discus - 185-4, 56.51m (16th)

Nebraska's USTFCCCA Honorable Mention Honorees
Jasmine Barge, 400-Meter Hurdles - 58.64 (17th)
Shylia Riley, Long Jump - 19-7, 5.97m (21st)
Khalil Davis, Discus - 168-7, 51.39m (23rd)
Whitney Bridges, 4x100-Meter Relay - 44.96 (24th)
Lakayla Harris, 4x100-Meter Relay - 44.96 (24th)
Deja Ingram, 4x100-Meter Relay - 44.96 (24th)
Quashira McIntosh, 4x100-Meter Relay - 44.96 (24th)