DUBUQUE - NIACC freshman Brian Jacques earned all-American honors at the NJCAA Division I national cross country meet last fall.
The freshman started his initial indoor track and field season with a bang on Saturday by winning the mile at the University of Dubuque Solomon Butler Classic in a time of 4 minutes, 28.34 seconds.
Jacques also placed ninth in the 1,000-meter run in a time of 2:47.26.
NIACC placed sixth in the team standings with 38 points. Host Dubuque was the men's team champion with 155 points.
In the 600, Delgado was sixth (1:27.44) and Hennigar was ninth (1:30.00).
In the long jump, NIACC's Brandon Bluhm was eighth with a leap of 21 feet, 3 1/4 inches.
The NIACC women placed 10th in their season-opening indoor meet with six points. Loras was the women's team champion with 132.5 points.
NIACC's Jaylynn Scrivner was sixth in the 400 in a time of 1:07.56.
Gonzague was ninth in the 600 (1:51.26).
The NIACC men and women return to action Saturday, Jan. 20 at the Wartburg College Chelsey M. Henkenius Open in Waverly.
NIACC WOMEN'S BEST 2018 INDOOR TIMES
55 hurdles - Jaylynn Scrivner 9.87 (1-13-18); 200 - Anne Marie Morris 30.09 (1-13-18); 400 - Scrivner 1:07.56 (1-13-18); 600 - Keisha Gonzague 1:51.26 (1-13-18); Mile - Allison Steahr 6:46.06 (1-13-18); Long jump - Morris 12-10 3/4 (1-13-18). Shot put - Sophia Fischer 34-11 (1-13-18); Weight throw - Fischer 38-10 1/2 (1-13-18); 4x400 - 4:39.51 (1-13-18).