Nineteen University of Alabama track and field student-athletes collected All-America honors in 16 events at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships March 10-11 in College Station, Texas.

Four men earned individual first-team honors, including Alfred Chelanga (fifth/5,000 meters), Steven Gayle (fourth/400 meters), Jereem Richards (second/200 meters) and Ruebin Walters (fifth/60-meter hurdles). Gayle, Richards, Skyler Bowden and Jacopo Lahbi also earned first-team recognition with an eighth-place finish in the 4×400-meter relay.

Second-team awards went to Daniel Haugh (ninth/weight throw), Elias Hakansson (13th/weight throw), Kyle Felpel (ninth/shot put) and Angelo Goss (11th/60-meter hurdles).

First-team female All-Americans included pole vault national champion Lakan Taylor, double first-team honorees Quanesha Burks (second/long jump, seventh/60-meters) and Stacey Destin (fourth/high jump, sixth/pentathlon) and Alex Gholston (fifth/400 meters). Gholston, Takyera Roberson, Diamond Gause and Domonique Williams were also honored as first-team All-Americans after a fourth place finish in the 4×400-meter relay. Vanessa Clerveaux (ninth/60-meter hurdles) and Haley Teel (16th/shot put) were second-team.