Dakota State Indoor Track and Field wrapped up their season this past weekend, competing at the NAIA National Meet in Brookings. Traia Hubbard, the lone representative for the Women, set a new school record in the Shot Put, tossing a throw of 45 feet 11.5 inches. Her throw also helped her place fifth and garner All-American honors. She is DSU’s first Women’s NAIA Indoor All-American since 2011. 

Treshawn Roberts ended up placing 15th in the Men’s Heptathlon, Tyler Moulton finished 23rd in the Shot Put and Joshua Snook placed 13th in the 200-meter dash. Max Cruse and Braden Curnow were the last Trojan athletes to compete at the meet. They both had qualified for the Finals in the 5,000 meter run. 

Curnow captured his second straight NAIA All-America indoor 5000-meter run honor after finishing fifth with a time of 14 minutes, 52.77 seconds. It was also his fourth overall NAIA All-American award. Cruse captured his first NAIA All-America honor after placing seventh in the 5000-meters race, with a time of 14 minutes, 54.14 seconds. DSU Outdoor season is scheduled to begin at the end of March.