ALBUQUERQUE, NM (GoPack.com ) – 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. The ACC placed 1-2 in the race, as Notre Dame’s Olivia Markezich took the silver medal.
In the past nine months, Tuohy owns an outdoor gold medal, the NCAA cross country national title and the two indoor gold medals achieved this weekend. She has set NCAA records in both the women’s 3K and the mile and has earned a spot on The Bowerman Watch List.
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.
Joshua Brockman also attained First-Team All-American status, finishing fifth with a time of 7.67 in the men’s 60m hurdles final.
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