Noah Strohman Could Break Freshman Boys Mile National Record

Noah Strohman runs to a UIL 3A 1600m state championship

Holliday has two of the best freshman boys runners in the nation with brothers Noah Strohman and Ryder Strohman; the two had impressive transitions to high school running. Noah ran times of 1:55.44, 4:12.51, and 9:11.73 and Ryder went 2:05.00, 4:27.69, and 9:49.49.

This past weekend at the RunningLane Track Championships Ryder won his heat in the mile with at 4:27.78 and while Noah was unable to follow up for the win in his heat, he did run a 4:09.23 personal best for the 36th fastest time in the mile in the country.

Noah's time also happens to be the second fastest time by a high school freshman boy and just 0.12 off of Josiah Tostenson's 4:09.11 freshman class national record, which was set in 2022.

Noah runs this weekend in St. Louis, Mo at the Hoka Festival of Miles. It will be his next best attempt to capture the national record and put his name in the record books before eventually moving onto cross country.