Harper College (IL) claimed both the men's and women's titles at the 2011 NJCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships. The Harper women won by nearly 40 points while the men won by 23.
The Harper women scored 132 points followed by Kingsborough CC's 92.5. Mohawk Valley CC finished 3rd (90), Alfred State was 4th (83.5), and Howard CC was 5th (78).
The Harper men scored 152 points finishing ahead of Delhi's 129 points. Mohawk Valley CC was 3rd (74), Alfred State 4th (61), and Gloucester 5th (58).
Savannah Boucher of Mohawk Valley CC was named the most outstanding track athlete while De'Larissa Morris of Harper was named the most outstanding field athlete on the women's side while Ozzie Huerta form Gloucester took the men's track athlete award and Jarrett Austin of Harper took the field award.
Renee Zellner of Harper was named both the men's and women's coach of the meet. She was also named the men's coach of the year. Dave Loobie of Kingsborough CC was the women's coach of the year. Joe Kalnas of Gloucester and Errick Henlon were named assistant coaches of the year.