South County alum and NC A&T Star, Trevor Stewart split 44.6 to bring home the gold for the Aggies at NCAA's this year. His split was the second fastest of the 12 teams and helped A&T walk down and hold off the University of Kentucky who finished in second by just 0.45 seconds.
This isn't Stewart's first big quarter mile, he was the NCAA runner-up outdoors in 2019 with a personal best of 44.25. He ran 45.55 indoors this season as well.
Not only was this win big for him, his teammates, and as a Team VA alum, but it was momentous because it was the the first time a HBCU (historically black colleges and universities) won since 1966. For those wondering, the NCAA started indoors in 1965.
Their winning time of 3:03.16 also ranked as NCAA #5 all-time. They will be looking to run at least 2:59 outdoors.