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Track Hands Out Awards At Team Banquet

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Ole Miss Track & Field had an outstanding season in 2012-13, highlighted by the men's No. 8 national outdoor finish (best in school history), the men's No. 23 national indoor finish and the women's No. 4 SEC cross country finish (best in school history).

The team held its annual banquet last week to honor the accolades of last year's team and kick off the new 2013-14 season.

In addition to All-America honors, NCAA Championship participants and SEC Championship awards, here are some of the team awards that were presented by head coach Brian O'Neal at the banquet:

Men's Student-Athlete of the Year: Jonathan Redding
Women's Student-Athlete of the Year: Sofia Hellberg-Jonsen
Men's Outdoor Athlete of the Year: Sam Kendricks
Women's Outdoor Athlete of the Year: Mary Ashton Nall
Men's Indoor Athlete of the Year: Ricky Robertson
Women's Indoor Athlete of the Year: Asia Cooper

Ole Miss Track Among World Elite

Track & Field News published today a comprehensive listing of the best marks in the world and U.S. this year, combining indoors and outdoors (full lists here).

Several current and former Ole Miss athletes found themselves on the lists, as shown below.

Notables include Isiah Young ranked No. 3 in the world and first among Americans in the 200 meters, Sam Kendricks No. 7 in the world and second among Americans in the pole vault and former Rebel Brittney Reese tops in the world in the women's long jump.

Current Rebel men:

Isiah Young - 100m (10.09)
- #9 U.S.

Isiah Young - 200m (20.20)
- #3 World
- #1 U.S.

Ole Miss - 4x100m relay (39.69)
- #26 U.S.

Ricky Robertson - High Jump (7-6)
- #4 U.S.

Sam Kendricks - Pole Vault (19-0.75)
- #7 World
- #2 U.S.

Ricky Robertson - Triple Jump (52-8.25)
- #19 U.S.

Morris Kersh - Triple Jump (51-11.75)
- #36 U.S.

Former Rebel men:

Antwon Hicks - 110m Hurdles (13.25)
- #4 World
- #3 U.S.

Current Rebel women:

Mary Ashton Nall - Heptathlon (5397)
- #29 U.S.

Former Rebel women:

Brittney Reese - Long Jump (23-9.5)
- #1 World
- #1 U.S.

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