2021 NJCAA DIII Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Rating Index – Week 1
NEW ORLEANS – Here is the first installment of the NJCAA Division III Men’s Outdoor Track & Field National Rating Index for the 2021 season, as released on Wednesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
To wit: We’re only using marks from the current season, which gives a true look at which teams are performing the best at the current moment. That means the National TFRI will continue to evolve throughout the season and gives you more reason to keep checking back!
NJCAA Division III — Women's Outdoor Track & Field
This Week's National Top Five
Mineral Area (Mo.)
Rowan-Gloucester (N.J.) CC
St. Charles (Mo.) CC
All TFRI Reports
DuPage (Ill.) is ranked No. 1 to begin the season. The Chaps have 12 national top-10 marks, including national-leading efforts from Mia Tolbert in both the 100 (13.66) and 200 (28.09), Natalie Graham in the 400 (1:08.52), Kelly Kibler in the 800 (2:27.18) and Paulina Stachura in the high jump (1.50m/4-11).
Mineral Area College is ranked No. 2 to begin the season. The Cardinals have 11 national top-10 marks, including national-leading efforts from Nani Brewington in the 5000 (20:57.93), Sophia Welch in the 100H (18.06) and Jordyn Zoph in the javelin (26.09m/85-7¼).
Rowan-Gloucester (N.J.) is ranked No. 3 to begin the season. The Roadrunners have seven national top-10 marks, including a pair of national-leading efforts from Drenan Algarin in the long jump (4.17m/13-8¼) and triple jump (8.92m/29-3¼).
St. Charles (Mo.) is ranked No. 4 to begin the season. The Cougars have two national top-10 marks from Elisabeth Dunn in the 1500 (No. 1, 6:30.76) and Emily Jesse in the 1500 (No. 2, 7:06.27).