Women's Track and Field
Julie Shea won five Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) individual championships in outdoor track.
Track and cross country athlete Julie Shea Sutton became the first woman athlete named ACC's "Athlete of the Year." That same year, she was awarded the Broderick Cup by the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW). In 2012, she was inducted into the NC State Athletics Hall of Fame.
Betty Springs won two NCAA individual championships in outdoor track and field events.
Laurie Henes won the NCAA championship in the 5000-meter event in 1991. She was a six-time All-American and a three-time All-ACC performer in track and field.
NC State Track and Field athlete Kristin Price won the individual NCAA championship in the 10,000-meter event. She was a twelve-time All-American in track and cross country.
DeMiracle Washington won the long jump event at the ACC indoor championship. This was the first long-jump title in the history of NC State women's track and field.
NC State alumna Gabrielle Cunningham competed for Team USA at the Olympic Games in the 100 meter hurdles. She was NC State's first woman hurdler to compete in the Olympics.
Elly Henes won a NCAA individual championship in a track and field outdoor event.