The Scoop: Recapping A Massive Weekend Of Action At New Balance Nationals Indoor

On the final day of New Balance Nationals Indoor, all North Rockland (NY) High sophomore Katelyn Tuohy had to do was bring home the 2-mile win. 

She did exactly that, and like usual, she did it with her usual gusto. 

While Tuohy didn't set a new national record, a few records did go down with her clocking of 9:58.89 which fought off a close Kelsey Chmiel second-place finish in 10:02.36. The former national leader at the distance, Jacqueline Gaughan, who won the 5K on Friday, was third in 10:16.13. 

Tuohy's time did set a sophomore record, surpassing Chmiel's former record of 10:12.94, though it came short of Mary Cain's overall national record of 9:38.68. The sub-10 effort also gave Tuohy, 15, a new world age group record, passing the former effort of 10:07.65, which was owned by Jordan Hasay. 

Tuohy, in her first championship outing at New Balance, finished off her busy weekend with a team title in the DMR, a second-place outing in the SMR and an individual honor in the 2-mile. 

  1 Tuohy, Katelyn            20 Thiells, NY            9:58.89O  2
  2 Chmiel, Kelsey            19 Saratoga Springs, N   10:02.36O  2
  3 Gaughan, Jacqueline       18 Exeter, NH            10:16.13F  2
  4 Windemuller, Kayla        18 Hamilton, MI          10:24.39   2
  5 VanderLende, Ericka       19 Rockford, MI          10:25.33   2
  6 Siebert, Reilly           18 Syosset, NY           10:34.70   2
  7 Robitaille, Julia         19 Manchester, NH        10:35.05   1
  8 Donnelly, Beth            20 Brentwood, TN         10:35.71   1