Angelo State Track & Field Ends Season with Two National Titles


EMPORIA, KS — The Angelo State Rams and Rambelles Track and Field teams ended with NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships with some hardware over the weekend. The Belles bring home two new National Champions, and both teams finished with a combined seven All-Americans after a successful weekend in Emporia, KS.

Overall, the Belles scored 27 points to take home 8th place in the meet. The Rams finished in 24th place with 10.5 points scored among the best teams in the country.

The Belles highlighted their weekend with two national titles. The Women's 4x400-meter relay, comprised of Fatoumata Kabo, Zykia McDaniel, Kylie Frush, and Shadae Findley, placed first and set a new program record of 3:32.88 in the process.

Angelo State Rambelles National Champion 4x400-meter Relay Team

Angelo State Rambelles National Champion 4x400-meter Relay Team. Athletes: (Left to Right): Zykia McDaniel, Shadae Findely, Fatoumata Kabo, Kylie Frush


Kabo took home a second national title in the individual events for her performance in the 400-meter hurdles. She finished with a 57.39 in the finals, a personal best, to claim 1st place on the podium.

The Rams' Jacobee Jones took home a bronze medal in the Pole Vault. Jones cleared 5.30 meters in the event and finished his day with a First-Team All-American honor.

In addition to the two national titles, the Rams and Rambelles also picked up seven additional All-American selections:

  • Mark Burdin - Rams - Decathlon
  • Allison Vaughn - Belles - Triple Jump
  • Jacobee Jones - Rams - Pole Vault
  • Fatoumata Kabo - Belles - 400-meter Hurdles, 4x400-meter Relay
  • Shadae Findley - Belles - 400-meter, 4x400-meter Relay
  • Kylie Frush - Belles - 4x400-meter Relay
  • Zykia McDaniel - Belles - 4x400-meter Relay

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