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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...]
2015 Collegians at the USATF Outdoor Championships
NEW ORLEANS – The collegiate track & field season may have officially ended with the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships this past weekend, but the competition schedule rolls on for many of college track & field’s best throughout the summer.
Many of this year’s top American collegians will make the return... [Read the rest of the story...]
Why You Should Watch the NCAA T&F Championships on ESPN
EUGENE, Oregon — It’s safe to assume that if you’re on this website or receiving this in an email, either you care about college track & field or you really care about someone involved in college track & field.
Whether you’re a coach, a student-athlete, a parent of an athlete, a media member or a fan of the sport, you... [Read the rest of the story...]
Extremely Close Women’s NAIA Title Race Headlines Final National Rankings
NEW ORLEANS – Of the three collegiate track & field national championships this weekend, none is projected to have a team title race as close as the NAIA National Championships on May 21-23 in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
The women of No. 1 Wayland Baptist (Texas) and two-time defending national champion Indiana Tech are virtually tied atop the final... [Read the rest of the story...]
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