Rowan’s Tyler Garland from Deptford takes 3rd in 110 highs at NCAA Division 3 Nationals!!!!!

Deptford graduate Tyler Garland, a sophomore at Rowan, placed third in the 110-meter high hurdles Saturday at the NCAA Division 3 track championships outside Cleveland.

This is Garland’s first All-Amerca honor and the eighth time in the last nine years a Rowan high or intermediate hurdler has earned All-America status.

Overall, this is the 18th time a Glassboro State or Rowan University high hurdler has earned All-America honors at NCAA Division 3 nationals!

Running into a 0.8 wind, Garland ran 14.40, finishing just 3-100ths of a second behind winner Connor Troyer of Mount Union.

Eddie Mahana of St. John Fisher also ran 14.37, finishing 1-100th of a second behind Troyer (14.366 to 14.367). Troyer and Mahana are both juniors.

Garland’s PR is 14.28 from the All-Atlantic Champions with a 1.0 assisting wind. This was his first outdoor NCAA meet. He was 15th indoors at 60 meters this past winter.

Let’s take a look at the remarkable history of the Glassboro State / Rowan men in the high hurdles at the NCAA Division 3 Championships:

1980: Leon Devero, 1st, 14.42
1980: Clayton Davis, 6th, 14.90
1981: Garry Moore, 1st, 13.96
1981: Leon Devero, 4th, 14.22
1981: Clayton Davis, 5th, 14.40
1982: Garry Moore, 1st, 13.99
1982: Robert Beamon, 2nd, 14.22
1983: Stanley Moore, 1st, 14.01
1983: Anthony Abicca, 3rd, 14.69
1984: Robert (Beamon) Abdullah, 1st, 14.40
1985: Jason Mouring, 3rd, 14.39
1986: Jason Mouring, 6th, 14.68
1987: Jason Mouring, 3rd, 14.54
1996: Linval Lewis, 5th, 14.64
2015: Dave Benjamin, 3rd, 14.00
2017: Dave Benjamin, 2nd, 14.19
2018: Bobby Cooks, 3rd, 14.24
2019: Tyrone Garland, 3rd, 14.40

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