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Myers incredible year was also capped by two All-American performances to give him four for his career. He opened the national championships by winning the hammer throw in the first event of the meet. Myers later finished seventh in the discus.
His national championship is Walsh's first on the men's side in the NCAA era and first since Joe Morgan won the indoor long jump in 2010. Combined with his points in the discus, Myers scored all of Walsh's points to put the Cavaliers in a tie for No. 19 at the national championships. He also qualified for the indoor national championships in the weight throw.
After his record hammer throw of 66.23 (217 feet 3 inches) at the Cavaliers Invitational, Myers was named USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Week for the week of April 18.
Myers also loaded the trophy case with regional and conference honors. He was named Midwest Outdoor Regional Field Athlete of the Year, the G-MAC Men's Field Athlete of the Meet and Year, the G-MAC Champion in the hammer and discus, the G-MAC record holder in the hammer, and the G-MAC Athlete of the Week three times.