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Former Lancaster standout Nik Curtiss ends career as first team All-American

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Former Lancaster standout Nik Curtiss finished his college career on a high note by being a first team All-American in the shot put during last week's NCAA Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon. After completing his four years at Tiffin University, Curtiss transferred to Iowa for his final season.

IOWA CITY — Former Lancaster standout, Nik Curtiss, has had his share of success from the time he won a Division I high school state championship in the shot put in 2016, and as it turned out, it was just the beginning of an illustrious collegiate career.

Curtiss, who committed to Eastern Michigan out of high school, transferred to Tiffin University, a Division II school, after a coaching change. He had a fantastic career for the Dragons, winning All-American honors, and after he was granted a sixth season because of a redshirt year and COVID-19, Curtiss transferred to the University of Iowa last year.

Success continued for Curtiss and he proved he could get it done at the Division I level. He ended his decorated college career last week by earning first team All-American honors in the shot put after he finished eighth at the NCAA Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon.



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