ALBUQUERQUE, NM – The NC State track and field program wrapped up action on day two of the 2023 NCAA Indoor Championships with an individual national title and four other athletes earning All-American honors.
Another day, another individual National Championship for Katelyn Tuohy. The New York native claimed her second individual national title of the weekend, turning in a time of 9:10.07 in the women’s 3000m to finish first and win gold.
Kelsey Chmiel and Sam Bush also competed in the women’s 3000m, both claiming top-10 finishes. Chmiel collected First-Team All-American honors after finishing seventh with a mark of 9:16.26 and Bush received Second-Team All-American status with a ninth-place time of 9:17.35.
The Wolfpack women’s squad finished their indoor season ranked sixth in the country, their highest-ever finish in program history.
In the men’s 60m final, Alex Lang took sixth place with a time of 6.59 (6.583) and earned First-Team All-American honors.
NC State shifts its focus to the outdoor season as it competes in the UCF Invite March 17-18.
MEN’S 60M Final
- Alex Lang – 6.59 (6.583) (6th)
MEN’S 60M Hurdles Final
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