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NC State’s Tuohy, Florida State’s Mullarkey Headline All-ACC Cross Country Academic Teams

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (theACC.org) – All-American runners Katelyn Tuohy of NC State and David Mullarkey of Florida State have been named the Atlantic Coast Conference Cross Country Scholar-Athletes of the Year and lead the sport’s 2023 All-ACC Academic Teams, the conference announced on Friday.
 
Tuohy defended her title as the ACC Women’s Cross Country Scholar-Athlete of the Year after leading the Wolfpack to its third consecutive NCAA Women’s Cross Country Championship. The Stony Point, New York, native helped lead NC State to its eighth consecutive ACC Women’s Cross Country Championship and was recognized as the ACC Women’s Cross Country Performer of the Year.
 
Tuohy won both the NCAA Southeast Regional Championship and the ACC Championship before finishing fifth at the NCAA Women’s Cross Country Championship in Charlottesville, Virginia. At the Southeast Regional, Tuohy clocked in at 19:29.8, setting a new course record while winning her second-straight individual regional crown.
 
Majoring in Business Administration, Tuohy has been named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll and NC State Dean’s List on multiple occasions. The 2023 nod to the All-ACC Academic Team is the fourth occasion of career.
 

Mullarkey earned All-ACC, All-Region, and All-America honors after a stellar season for the Seminoles. The Leeds, England, native placed fourth in the 10k at the NCAA South Regional, clocking a 28:45.0, and helping Florida State to a second-place finish, which secured a team bid to the NCAA Men’s Cross Country Championship in Charlottesville.
 
At the national meet, Mullarkey cemented his place as an All-American with a 40th place finish and a time of 29:50.8. The junior became just the 11th All-American in program history for the Seminoles.
 
Mullarkey, a Public Health major, has been named to both the President’s List and Dean’s List while attending Florida State.
 
Academic requirements for selection to the All-ACC Academic Team are a 3.0-grade point average for the previous semester and a 3.0 cumulative average during one’s academic career. In addition, student-athletes must compete in either the ACC Championship or NCAA Championship in the sport of cross country.
 
A total of 229 student-athletes comprise the 2023 All-ACC Cross Country Academic Teams.
 
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