Junior Lindsey Butler finished 10th in the women’s mile clocking a time of 4:45.65. Butler started the race in fourth place rounding the first 200-meters, before falling back to 10th with two laps to go. Unable to make up ground, the three-time NCAA First Team All-American ended the event claiming her first second team All-American honors.
Junior Victoria Gorlova started Day Two for the Hokies finishing 15th in the women’s triple jump with a distance of 43′ 5″ (13.23m). In the men’s triple jump, Chauncey Chambers finished 15th with a distance of 52′ 3.75″ (15.94m) Gorlova and Chambers earned their second career indoor All-American honors.
On Day One of the NCAA Championships, freshman Kenna Stimmel claimed fourth place in the women’s pole vault event clearing a height of 14′ 5.25 (4.40m). Senior Rebecca Mammel earned her third career NCAA trophy finishing seventh in the women’s weight throw with a distance of 73′ 11.5″ (22.54m) in the finals. Stimmel’s and Mammel’s top eight finishes earned them first team All-American honors.
The Virginia Tech women’s track and field team claimed 28th place with seven points.
Hokies end the 2023 indoor season with two first team All-Americans and eight second team honors. Prior to the NCAAs, the men’s and women’s teams won the ACC Indoor Track and Field Championship titles for a second-consecutive year.
Tech begins the outdoor season on March 23 competing at the Raleigh Relays in Raleigh, N.C. (March 23 -25), the Weems Baskin in Columbia, S.C. (March 24 -25), and the Toms Alumni Invite in Lynchburg, Va. (March 24 -25).
2023 NCAA Indoor Championships
Albuquerque, N.M. | Albuquerque Convention Center
March 10 – 11, 2023
Virginia Tech – Final Results
10. Lindsey Butler – 4:45.65 Second Team All-American
Triple Jump (Women)
15. Victoria Gorlova – 43′ 5″ (13.23m) Second Team All-American
Triple Jump (Men)
15. Chauncey Chambers – 52′ 3.75″ (15.94m) Second Team All-American
4. Kenna Stimmel – 14′ 5.25″ (4.40m) First Team All-American
11. Julia Fixsen – 14′ 1.25″ (4.30m) Second Team All-American
13. Journey Gurley – 13″ 9.25″ (4.20m) Second Team All-American
7. Rebecca Mammel – 73′ 11.50″ (22.54m) First Team…
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