Ohio State's Kentre Patterson, Tyler Johnson, Hayden Tobias earn track All-American status

Staff reports

Ohio State's Kentre Patterson (110m hurdles) and Tyler Johnson (400m) earned first-team All-American honors at the NCAA track and field championships. They are joined on the first team by shot putter Hayden Tobias.

Patterson finished sixth in the 110m hurdles (13.46). Just 0.01 seconds separated fourth through sixth place. Johnson finished eighth in the 400m (45.83). 

Ohio State's second-team All-Americans: Eric Harrison (100m), Robby Oswald (pole vault), 4x100 relay (Kainnan Ramsey, Harrison, Adrian Curry, Praise Olatoke), 4x400 relay (Zidane Brown, Donnie James, Praise Olatoke, Johnson), Shaun Miller Jr. (high jump), Tanner Watson (discus), Harrison (200m).