Tuohy Earns Individual NCAA Title on Opening Day of Indoor Championships

Tuohy Earns Individual NCAA Title on Opening Day of Indoor Championships

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – The NC State track and field program began competition at the 2023 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships on Friday, claiming an individual national title and several All-American honors.


Katelyn Tuohy is a winner, and she proved it yet again on the first day of the NCAA Indoor Championships. She earned first place in the women’s 5000m with a time of 16:09.65, claiming the individual national title for the event. Tuohy entered the race ranked first in the country for the event. This is now the second individual national championship of her career. 

Kelsey Chmiel and Sydney Seymour competed alongside Tuohy in the race, each finishing inside the top-10 and receiving First-Team All-American honors. Chmiel took fourth place with her performance of 16:18.87, while Seymour (16:28.15) came in eighth. 

The women’s DMR squad also established themselves as First-Team All-Americans. The grouping of Savannah Shaw, Caroline Lewis, Grace Hartman, and Sam Bush turned in a time of 11:07.72 to take eighth place in the event.


In the men’s 60m prelim, Alex Lang qualified for the final with a time of 6.58.

Joshua Brockman established the second-best time in school history for the men’s 60m hurdles, placing fifth in the prelim with a personal best time of 7.63 (7.627) to advance to the final.


The Wolfpack continues action on day two of the NCAA Indoor Championships tomorrow, March 11.




  • Shaw, Lewis, Hartman, Bush – 11:07.72 (8th) 

MEN’S 60M (Prelim)

MEN’S 60M HURDLES (Prelim)

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