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2015 Bowerman Finalists to Be Announced Via Live Webcast Next Week

2015 Bowerman Finalists to Be Announced Via Live Webcast Next Week

NEW ORLEANS – With the collegiate track & field season complete and national champions crowned, only one honor remains unclaimed: the Bowerman Trophy, the sport’s highest individual award. The... 

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USATF Juniors Recap: First-Year Collegians to Watch Out For USATF Juniors Recap: First-Year Collegians to Watch Out For

Throughout the USATF Outdoor Championships this past weekend in Eugene, Oregon, a number of collegiate standouts announced their arrival as contenders at the international level. In total, 17 collegians from the 2015 season punched their tickets to Beijing to compete on Team USA in 19 individual events at the IAAF World Championships (August 22-30). While... [Read the rest of the story...]

Little & Prandini Win National Titles on Final Day of USATF Outdoor Championships Little & Prandini Win National Titles on Final Day of USATF Outdoor Championships

What a weekend it was for collegians at the USATF Outdoor Championships. Shamier Little of Texas A&M and Jenna Prandini of Oregon won national titles Sunday at historic Hayward Field to headline six IAAF World Championships berths clinched by 2015 NCAA athletes on the day. Beijing will be host of those World Championships on August 22-30. Little’s... [Read the rest of the story...]

Seven More Collegians Qualify For IAAF World Championships at USATF Outdoors Seven More Collegians Qualify For IAAF World Championships at USATF Outdoors

How good were collegians today on Day Three at the USATF Championships in Eugene, Oregon? Here’s the Cliffs Notes version: Congrats to the 7 collegians joining #TeamUSA individually! Harrison Norwood Quigley Blankenship Price Todd Vaughan pic.twitter.com/VnaEJ49sSg — USTFCCCA (@USTFCCCA) June 27, 2015 COLLEGIANS... [Read the rest of the story...]

Four Collegians Qualify for World Championships on Day Two of USATF Outdoors Four Collegians Qualify for World Championships on Day Two of USATF Outdoors

What a difference two weeks makes for Oregon’s Jasmine Todd. Exactly a fortnight ago at the NCAA Championships, the sophomore was just 24 hours removed from a surprising failure to make the 100 meter final – despite entering the meet as the all-conditions collegiate leader in 2015. You choose how your failures impact you. You can dwell... [Read the rest of the story...]

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