Wisconsin Alumni NCAA Indoor Championship Results


As the 2024 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships conclude, our eyes were on the talented Wisconsin high school alumni who will be competing at the national level. These athletes, hailing from various high schools across the state, have proven themselves as some of the best in the nation.

With their skills honed on Wisconsin's high school tracks, these alumni are ready to showcase their abilities on the collegiate stage. Their journey from high school to NCAA competition is a testament to their hard work, dedication, and the support of their communities.

Here we look at those talented athletes and how they fared at the NCAA Indoor Championships. 


Roisin Willis (Stanford)

The star Stanford runner didn't quite have the weekend she dreamed of at her second NCAA Indoor Championships, finishing 10th in the 800m prelims with a time of 2:03.64. Her time of 2:03.64 put her at fourth place in her heat and was just 0.004 seconds away from qualifying for the finals. Willis tied with Penn State's Kayley Kitching with her time of 2:03.64, with Kitching taking the last qualifying spot in their heat 2:03.637 to 2:03.640. 

Willis was the defending NCAA 800m Indoor Champion, running a time of 1:59.93 to take the crown in 2023. She also finished 4th in the 800m at the NCAA Outdoor Championships last year with a time of 2:00.91. 

Andrew Stone (University of Wisconsin)

A former state champion for Fond Du Lac, stone competed in his first NCAA Indoor Championships since 2022, finishing 15th in the shot put with a mark of 60' 6'.75" (18.46m). His finishing throw was his first of the day and his only other throw was a throw of 58' 3.75". It was an off day for Stone who threw about 6-18 inches off his average this year. At his last indoor championships in 2022, Stone finished 9th in the shot put with a throw of 64' 5.75". 

Kiley Robbins (University of Wisconsin)

Qualifying for her first NCAA Championships, indoor or outdoor, Robbins finished 13th in the 60m prelims, running a time of 7.31 seconds. Her time of 7.31 was her fifth best time of the season, out of 16 races. Her time of 7.31 was the top Big Ten 60m time at the meet. Just a few weeks ago, Robbins set the University of Wisconsin Indoor 60m record with a time of 7.22. On top of that, she is also the program record holder for the outdoor 100m with a time of 11.44.

Destiny Huven (University of Arkansas)

A former star for Nicolet High School, Huven brought her talents to the NCAA Championships again, this time finishing 4th in the 60m hurdles final with a new personal best time of 7.99 seconds. This put Huven just 0.05 seconds behind the third place finisher and 0.22 seconds behind the champion. With her fourth place finish, Huven scored 5 points for Arkansas, who at the end of the meet were crowned the NCAA National Indoor Champions scoring 55 points to Florida's 50. 

Jadin O'Brien (Notre Dame)

Multi-time state champion, U20 national star and now a 2x NCAA Champions! The ascent of Jadin O'Brien continues with her second straight NCAA DI Indoor title in the pentathlon. O'Brien scored 4,497 points to win by 67 points, setting a facility record and season best score in the process. 

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