Hoyas to Compete in the 2005 NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships
March 10, 2005
Fayetteville, AR - Several members of the Georgetown University track and field team will travel to Fayetteville, AR, to compete in the 2005 NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships to be held Friday-Saturday, March 11-12, at the Tyson Indoor Track Complex on the University of Arkansas campus.
Senior Rod Koborsi will compete in two events this weekend. He qualified in the 3000-meter run with an automatic mark of 7:55.85, the 11th fastest time in the nation. Koborsi also ran 13:53.35 to qualify provisionally in the 5000-meters. The mark was the 16th best time in the event among college men.
Grad student Colleen Kelly qualified provisionally for both the mile run and the 3000-meters. She clocked 4:43.59 in the mile, which ranked her 18th in the nation in the event, and 9:20.31 in the 3000, the 16th best mark nationally. Kelly will not run the mile, but rather, focus on the 3000. She will also anchor the women's distance medley relay team, along with teammates Maggie Infeld, Kandance Ferguson and Nana Hanson-Hall. The same squad qualified for the event at Notre Dame on February 4 with an automatic qualifying time of 11:08.60, fifth best in the country.