UPDATED with photos of NC event-winners
Plenty of current and former NC athletes are in Eugene for the country's biggest track & field event.
Wesley Frazier stole the show, plus NC brings home BOTH team national champions!
Kendell Williams (Kell GA) dominated the heptathlon in record fashion, while the decathlon was up for grabs.
The Knightdale boys, Wesley Frazier ann Sean McLean claim their second wins, while Josh McClam earns his first.
North Carolina crowns three national champions on day two: Sean McLean, Keni Harrison, and the Knightdale boys 4x200!
Wesley Frazier's 5000 sets the tone for a great weekend; Sarah Graham in medal position in the heptathlon.
(Photo by Jeff Sides) Blacksburg set the DMR national record last year. Who has the best chance to enter the books this year?
Jarrett Samuels has been keeping a low profile this spring, but he is still one of the leading athletes from the Tarheel State.
Keni Harrison leads a talented group as she seeks to add to her indoor national title.
Sean McLean battled the competition (and the wind) to finish second in NYC.
The Wakefield senior is a two-time NCHSAA 4A 3200m state champion.
The Southeast Raleigh senior, bound for Auburn, talks about family and overcoming adversity.
The Douglas Byrd senior dishes on his final prep track season and his college plans!
Will great distance performances under the lights lead to even better races at Nationals?