This weekend NC State track and field competed in two different meets, recording some solid finishes in both.
NC State track and field wrapped up its participation in the Tobacco Road Challenge on Saturday, April 10 and earned itself a cache of podium finishes, with a program record falling in the process.
The NC State track and field team sent 19 members to the Virginia Invite Friday, April 2, and Saturday, April 3. The men’s team was able to secure five podium finishes, including four first-place finishes.
The NC State track and field team hosted the Raleigh Relays this week, which ended on Saturday, March 27. The Wolfpack claimed multiple podium victories in the three-day event and had times that placed within the top 10 in school history in multiple events.
Meet Ally Henson, one of NC State track and field’s most positive and fastest athletes, who has started her young career in one of the most challenging times.
The NC State track and field team earned nine First or Second Team All-American honors and one podium finish in total in the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships.
The NC State women’s team placed eighth overall out of 15 teams with 43 points, while the men’s team tied for 11th overall with Georgia Tech with 25 points.
NC State notched four podium spots at Virginia Tech, with the Pack women securing three and the men securing one, and the women secured four spots at the Camel City Invite in Winston-Salem.