RALEIGH – The NC State track and field team wrapped up action at the 2023 ACC Outdoor Championships on Saturday with two individual titles.
Cam Murray took home the individual ACC Championship in the men’s 110m hurdles with a time of 13.46.
Ally Henson competed in the women’s 100m hurdles, earning Second-Team All-ACC with her fifth place time of 13.36.
The Wolfpack’s second individual title came courtesy of Amaris Tyynismaa. She ran a time of 15:53.07 in the women’s 5000m to come in first and take home the gold. Fellow distance runner Kelsey Chmiel also competed in the race, and clocked in at 15:54.75 to take second and grab First-Team All-ACC honors.
Allie Hays also ran in the women’s 5k, placing sixth and receiving Second-Team All-ACC honors after turning in a time of 16:12.13.
Tyynismaa also took part in the women’s 1500m final, where she came in sixth and captured Second-Team All-ACC.
The Wolfpack returns to action at the NCAA Regional Championships in Jacksonville, Florida May 24-27.
MEN’S 110M HURDLES
- Cam Murray – 13.46 (1st)
WOMEN’S 100M HURDLES
MEN’S 4x400M RELAY
MEN’S DISCUS THROW
WOMEN’S HIGH JUMP
MEN’S HIGH JUMP
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