Batty, whose time of 3:36.25 at the Mt. SAC Relays in April represented the top collegiate performance in the country in 2011, as well as a Mountain West record, was clocked at 3:45.07 on Saturday in a race won by Oregon junior Matthew Centrowitz (3:42.54).
By virtue of his top-eight finish, Batty became the fourth BYU men's team athlete to earn first-team All-American honors at the meet.
Also earning first-team All-American honors on Saturday was New Mexico senior Rory Fraser, who posted a sixth-place finish (13:39.40) in the men's 5,000-meter run. Fraser was one of three New Mexico athletes to qualify for the event. Junior Nicholas Kipruto garnered second-team All-American honors by finishing 11th in a time of 13:48.52. Lobo sophomore Ross Millington did not finish the race.
On the women's side, San Diego State junior Whitney Ashley, who earned first-team All-American honors on Wednesday by finishing seventh in the discus, fouled out of Saturday's shot put competition.
In the men's team standings, BYU finished eighth with 27.50 points in a competition won by defending champion Texas A&M (55.00).
Texas A&M (49.00) also captured the women's title. TCU's posted the top finish among MW women's teams, finishing 27th with 11.00 points.