K-State Athletes Earn All-American Honors

By Jayson Henderson

All six Wildcats competing at the NCAA Indoor Championship in Boston earned second team All-American honors. Sharie Enoe, a sophomore, participated in the women’s high jump, securing 14th place with a clearance of 1.75m/5-8.75. Enoe’s transfer from New Mexico Highlands University to K-State marked a notable climb in her performance, ranking fifth in the K-State all-time top-10.

In the men’s 4×400 relay, seniors Eugene Omalla and Kyle Gale, alongside Jaimie Omalla and freshman Tavon Underwood, clinched 10th place with a time of 3:05.39. Despite their efforts, Arizona State claimed victory with a facility record of 3:02.35, with Texas Tech leading the Big 12 schools.

Following the championship, the Wildcats will begin their outdoor season at the Hurricane Invitational hosted by Miami (Fla.) at Cobb Stadium on March 15-16.

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