Carsyn Koch is one of the most accomplished athletes in Cedarville University athletics history and is the first female NCAA All-American at the college in any sport.
She was the 2016 and 2017 NCAA Division II Indoor 800 Meter Champion and was a 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier.
In 2015-16, she was named to the USTFCCCA Division II All-America First Team both indoors and outdoors and in 2016-17 she was the USTFCCCA Division II Midwest Region Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year.
Injuries kept her from competing in 2017-18 but she returned here in 2019 earning All-America recognition after placing seventh in the 800 meters at the NCAA Division II Women's Indoor Track & Field Championship in March.
A native of Maine, Carsyn put together a decorated career at Washburn District High School being named all-state in track & field all four years, four-time Class C individual state cross country champion, member of four Class D state championship basketball teams, and part of Class D state title soccer squad as a senior. Winning was her thing in high school as she garnered a combination of 17 team and state championships during prep career and was also named valedictorian of her graduating class.
On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Carsyn about life as a married lady, where her faith took shape, how God helped her through injury setbacks last year, and why the Lord's timing is more perfect than anything she could put together on her own.
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