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2020 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field National Awards

March 27, 2020

NEW ORLEANS — National Athletes and Coaches of the Year, presented by Pro Form Sports, for the 2020 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field season will be announced throughout the week by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) following a two-tiered voting process. Member coaches pared down a list of candidates to three finalists in each category last week: National Track Athletes of the Year, National Field Athletes of the Year as well as National Coaches of the Year and National Assistant Coaches of the Year. Earlier this week, member coaches selected winners. The […]

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USTFCCCA Convention

Check Out Symposium Materials From #USTFCCCA19

January 9, 2020

You asked. We delivered. Two years ago we heard from many coaches who attended the annual USTFCCCA Convention that they wanted more opportunities to learn from their colleagues in our Technical Symposiums, which are presented by Rekortan. So, just this past December, we increased the number of Technical Symposiums from 32 to 36, so coaches would have an ample amount of chances to hear from the best our sports have to offer. Now, we can share with you nearly all of the materials from those Technical Symposiums – and then some – at the 2019 USTFCCCA Convention, which wrapped up […]

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NCAA Division III Polls and Rankings

2020 NCAA DIII Women’s Indoor Track & Field Rating Index – Week 7

March 9, 2020

NEW ORLEANS – Entries for the 2020 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships were officially released last night, so it’s high time to check out what the National Rating Index projects to happen this weekend in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. According to the National Rating Index, top-ranked UW-La Crosse, second-ranked Ithaca, third-ranked UChicago, fourth-ranked Williams and fifth-ranked Loras all put themselves in a perfect position to contend for the podium on the women’s side. UW-La Crosse hopes to have a similar result as the last time NCAAs were held at the JDL Fast Track. Back in 2015, the Eagles […]

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