RICHMOND, Va. – It may be the summer, but the accolades continue to roll in for the VCU Men's Track & Field program.

Earlier this week, seven different Rams earned All-CAA accolades, the highest individual total over the past three seasons for the Black & Gold.

Leading the way was senior DeAngelo Wilson, who earned three All-CAA honors. Wilson was named All-CAA second team in the 100-meter dash, the 200-meter dash and the 4x100-meter relay.

The Richmond, Va. native finished his career by earning all-conference accolades in each one of his four years with the Black & Gold.

Classmate Donnie Seward and sophomore Josh Bostick each earned two All-CAA accolades with their performances on the 4x100 meter and 4x400 meter relay, which both earned second team honors.

Sophomore Kenneth Wooten became the first thrower in five seasons to earn all-conference recognition with his third-team accolades in the javelin.

Seniors Kyle Jones (4x100) and Jeff Hernandez (4x400), along with sophomore Dominic Costanzo (4x400) were the other three Rams recognized by the CAA.