The Indiana women’s track and field team finished their season at the NCAA Championships on Sunday in Eugene, Oregon. Four athletes competed in events at the championships and two placed on the All-American Second Team.
On Thursday, senior Paola Fernandez-Sola participated in long jump. She placed 14th with a jump of 6.18 meters, finishing on the All-American Second Team for the first time in her career.
Senior Maddy Pollard also earned Second Team All-American honors in shot put with a throw of 16.63 meters that was good for 16th place. Freshman Jayden Ulrich finished right behind her teammate, marking a distance of 16.62 meters and taking 17th in the shot put competition to earn All-American Honorable Mention.
On Saturday, sophomore Mahogany Jenkins took part in high jump and Ulrich competed in discus. Jenkins tied for 20th place with a jump of 1.72 meters, earning an All-American Honorable Mention. Ulrich had the chance to compete in the first flight of discus but did not record any throws or place in the competition.
The Hoosiers will return in the fall for the start of the 2022-2023 track and field season.