William and Mary junior Regan Rome wrapped up the Tribe's athletic season Saturday night in Eugene, Oregon, by placing 21st in the women's 5,000-meter run at the NCAA championships.
Rome finished in 16:23.50 seconds to earn All-America honorable mention.
It was Rome's second All-America nod of the week — she finished sixth in the 10,000 meters Thursday night.
W&M finished in a tie for 52nd out of 77 teams, marking the program-record fourth straight year of scoring at the NCAA championships. Oregon took the team title with 64 points, winning the final 4x400-meter relay to overtake Georgia (62.2) and become the first womens team in NCAA history to sweep the cross...