Cameron Dobbins, a senior at Rutgers Camden, earned All-America honors in Saturday with a fourth-place in the 200-meter dash at the NCAA Division 3 Championships at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.
Dobbins ran 21.95 in the final, finishing second in the first of two four-runner sections of the final.
Dobbins, a graduate of Williamstown High School, had run 21.93 in the trials. His 200 PR is 21.67, which he ran taking second in the NJAC Championships to George Alexandris of Montclair State, who Dobbins beat this time around. Alexandris finished fifth in 22.04 running in the second section.
This is the first All-America honor for Dobbins. It appears from the limited information on Rutgers-Camden’s web site that his fourth-place finish is the highest ever by a Rutgers-Camden runner. It appears the highest previous finish was a seventh place by Matt Curtis in the 400 in 2013.