Weintraub Caps Career with Second All-American Performance

Harry Weintraub placed sixth to finish his career as a two-time NCAA All-American. (photo by Nick Minerd)
Harry Weintraub placed sixth to finish his career as a two-time NCAA All-American. (photo by Nick Minerd)

DELAWARE, Ohio – Competing for the final time as a collegian, Case Western Reserve University senior Harry Weintraub (Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y./Hendrick Hudson) earned his second career All-American finish via a sixth-place performance in the hammer throw at the 2014 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championship.

Weintraub, a four-time national qualifier, placed third in the event last season to earn his first piece of All-American hardware.

Junior Sean Donnelly of the University of Mount Union won the national championship in this year's competition with a stadium-record throw of 216 feet, seven inches (66.01 meters). Junior Tyler Williams of Widener University (Pa.), the top seed, placed runner-up at 213'9" (65.16m). Both marks rank in the all-time top 10 for Division III.

Weintraub's best throw of the afternoon traveled 195'6" (59.59m).

Weintraub Final Career Notes

  • 2014 Dr. David Hutter Male Athlete of the Year
  • 2014 NCAA All-American (hammer throw, 6th)
  • 2013 NCAA All-American (hammer throw, 3rd)
  • 4x national qualifier
  • 9x UAA Field Athlete of the Week
  • 6x UAA Champion
  • 7x All-UAA
  • UAA meet record-holder in the weight throw and hammer throw
  • School record-holder in the hammer throw (204'10")
  • School record-holder in the weight throw (61'5")