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Noah Droddy Reflects on His DePauw Career on D3 Glory Days

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We’re keeping things in-house this week, as Stu guides Noah through a conversation about his college career. Noah never qualified for a state championship meet in high school but earned two All-America awards in cross country while running for DePauw. We cover a lot of ground here. What it’s like to cope with changing expectations and self-image, dealing with injuries, and aspiring to be a better leader for a sometimes struggling team. We also go through some great racing memories, the importance of strong coach-athlete relationships, and much more. You may have heard Noah on other podcasts before, but this episode examines his college career in the kind of detail you haven’t heard elsewhere.

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SHOW NOTES AND QUOTES

On making the national meet for the first time: “It legitimized my running to some extent but it also showed me what was possible and that was really exciting.”

Reflecting on his first national meet: “Once you go there (nationals), you never not want to be there”

On his relationship with his Coach: “Kori was very strategic when he would tell me these things and give me the permission to accept it as reality where I wouldn’t have set that goal for myself.”
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Until next week, here’s to the glory days!

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