N.C. State’s Kemp breaks indoor
BOSTON Erika Kemp broke N.C. State’s indoor school record in the 5,000m, crossing the finish line in 15:45.46 at the BU season opener.
Her time broke current women’s cross country head coach Laurie Henes’ 24-year record by almost 10 seconds and tops the nation in women’s 5,000m times.
Kemp, a Mount Holly, N.J., native, shattered her old 5,000m indoor personal best by almost 31 seconds.
The time should warrant an NCAA Indoor qualifying mark, as only four runners beat Kemp’s time during the 2014-15 season.
Duke: Coming off stunning top-seeded and defending NCAA Champion Florida State on Friday in the NCAA College Cup semifinals, 2-0, the third-seeded and 19th-ranked Duke (14-5-5) will face No. 1 seed Penn State (21-3-2) in the NCAA Championship on Sunday.
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