A look at Lucinda Crouch, the University Of Wisconsin Track & Field star who has her name all over the internet, know her age and height
A University of Wisconsin track and field star is dominating the internet. A few news outlets have lately picked up on Brisbane, Australia native and redshirt senior distance runner Lucinda Crouch, who is currently trending online.
Who is Lucinda Crouch University Of Wisconsin Track and Field athlete, bio, age, height and Instagram
Lucinda CROUCH. CROUCH Lucinda. Country. Australia. Born. 29 JAN 2000. Athlete Code. 14556622. Age. 23. Height. Not Known
The runner has a nearly 20,000-strong following on Instagram, where she updates frequently.
Lucinda has earned several honours at the collegiate level in addition to qualifying for the NCAA West Preliminary Round three times. These include the all-region cross country in 2021, Academic All-Big-10 cross country in 2019, 2020, and 2021, Academic All-Big-10 in track in 2020, and Second-Team All-Big-10 cross country in 2019.
The outstanding athlete majors in business, finance, investing, and banking as well as international business in light of her rising reputation as a track performer. She’s still relatively fresh in terms of internet fame, but once she’s out there, you never know where she’ll go.
Senior redshirt Lucinda Crouch completed her time as a Badger by coming in 20th place in the 3000-metre steeplechase in 10:15.41. The native of Brisbane, Australia, concluded her career in third place overall at UW in the category.
Meanwhile, talking about the other competitors, two members of the Wisconsin women’s track and field team qualified for the NCAA Championships on Saturday following the conclusion of competition at the 2023 NCAA West Preliminary Round at Hornet Stadium.
Due to two top-ten finishes in their respective events, seniors Josie Schaefer and Destiny Huven are going to Texas. Schaefer, a seven-time All-American, qualified for the discus after doing so in the shot put on Thursday. The Baraboo native finished sixth overall with a disc throw of 181 feet, 1 inch on her second attempt.
Huven qualified for the NCAA meet for the second year running in the 100-meter hurdles. The Milwaukee native finished fourth in her heat in 12.99 seconds to advance to the NCAA finals. Her timing was the seventh-fastest of the day and a season-high.
Graduate student Madison Mooney finished her season by finishing 23rd in the 1500 metres in 4:27.68. Mooney had a particularly strong month in May, setting personal records in the 800 and 1500 metres and winning the 800 at the Big Ten Championships.
Leane Willemse participated in her maiden 5000-meter NCAA preliminary event and finished at 16:39.02.