GENEVA, Ohio - Seth Boomsma (sophomore - Crooks, S.D.) and Andy Coy (senior - Hill City, S.D.) earned runner-up honors on the final day of the NAIA Indoor Track & Field National Championship meet at the SPIRE Institute Sports Complex Saturday afternoon. The Trojan men's track team finished 17th overall with 16 points.
Boomsma clocked a time of 6.75 seconds for a second-place finish in the men's 60-meter dash finals. David Walters of Langston (Okla.) won the race with a time of 6.69 seconds. As a result, Boomsma earned NAIA All-American honor.
Coy recorded a second-place in the men's 1000-meter run with a time of two minutes and 28 seconds. He was .07 seconds short behind Dante Carter, the race winner from Dickinson State (N.D.) - 2:27.93.
Coy earned his fourth straight NAIA Indoor Track & Field All-American honor in his stellar indoor track & field career at Dakota State. He recorded his seventh overall NAIA All-American honors (three-time NAIA Outdoor Track & Field All-American).
Dakota State prepares for outdoor track & field season opener on March 28. The Trojans host its home meet - Trojan Invitational - at the Trojan Field.
Nick Huntimer, Dakota State University Sports Information Director