Daniel McArthur Earns Shot Put First-Team All-America Honors At NCAAs

UNC sophomore Daniel McArthur topped off his indoor season in record-breaking fashion at the 2019 NCAA Indoor Championships at the Birmingham CrossPlex on Friday. A native of Mooresville, N.C., McArthur finished fourth in the men's shot put to earn first-team All-America honors after setting another school record of 66-8 1/2 (20.33 meters). (


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