The first running of the Glenn D. Loucks Memorial Track & Field Meet took place in May of 1968. Since then, the Loucks Games have grown from a boys-only, one-day event to one of the largest independent on-campus scholastic invitationals in the nation. Now, more than 3,000 young women and men compete each year at our elite, three-day meet, where we see some of the best performances in the country. Several Loucks competitors have gone on to compete in collegiate, national and Olympic track and field meets.
Some Loucks Alumni
Katelyn Tuohy set the National Record in 3200M at the 2018 Loucks Games. Tuohy set a number of national records in 2017-2018 and was also named Gatorade Female Track & Field Athlete of the Year. She is a 2022 NCAA champion in the 5000 M race, clocking in at 15:18.39, for NC State.
Dalilah Muhammad is the Loucks Games record holder in the Women's 400M hurdles. (59.84 in 2008). She is an Olympic gold and silver medalist as a hurdler and 4x400 M Relay team member.
Rai Benjamin was the Loucks Men's 400M Hurdles champ in 2015 & 2016. He's now a 2 time Olympic medalist, with a silver in hurdles and gold in the 4x400 M Relay.