WILMINGTON, North Carolina – As the season winds down, four UNCW track and field athletes turn their attention to qualifying for the upcoming NCAA First Round hosted by North Carolina A&T on May 23-25th in Greensboro.

Heading up the Seahawk quartet is junior sprinter Meena Reid, who is ranked 33rd in the East in the 100 meters with a school-record time of 11.59 seconds set at the Winthrop Invitational in late March. Reid is coming off a solid performance at the Colonial Athletic Association championships where she earned all-conference honors in three events, including the 100 and 200 meters and the 4x100 Relay.

David Lindsay looks to return to the NCAA regionals in the 110 Hurdles with a ranking of 39 in the event. Lindsay saved his best performance for the CAA championships as he earned All-CAA honors with a second-place finish in a time of 14.11.

In the Long Jump, sophomore Cam Walton is 27th in the region with a mark of 24-5 3/4 feet at the CAA Championships last weekend where he captured his first conference title in the Long Jump.

Rounding out the Seahawks in the top 48 is junior Aerial Chatman in the Triple Jump. Chatman competed in both the Triple and Long Jumps last spring. He won the Triple Jump at the CAA Championships, but his top mark in the event is 49-9 3/4 and was set at the Shamrock Invitational in mid-March.

Sophomore Dylan Skinner will look to break into the top 48 in the 800 meters this weekend when he competes at the Virginia Challenge on Saturday in Charlottesville. Skinner ran 1:50.64 at the Charlotte Invitational and needs a time in the neighborhood of 1:50.55 to have a chance to compete in the First Round.