Men's Outdoor Track & Field

Craig Virgin: Life in the fast lane

Virgin, president and founder of his own company, is no stranger to success, but he has always worked hard for his achievements.

D1 solidifies championships model

Division I members will continue to have the same access to championships as they do now, the membership decided in a full division vote Sunday.

A Will and a Way

He already had a resolve to work, but a life-changing moment gave him a desire to help men like himself

Northeastern head track and field coach violates ethical conduct rules

A former Northeastern University head track and field coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules and failed to promote an atmosphere for rules compliance, according to a decision issued by a NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions panel. Northeastern failed to monitor the conduct and administration of its men’s ice hockey program when three former coaches placed impermissible calls and sent impermissible texts to prospects.

Moved to Action

A moving personal story shared by a teammate led Muhlenberg College junior Jason Leitmeyer to intervene in an apparent suicide attempt and possibly save a young girl’s life.

A life spent in orange

Former Clemson cross country star Wayne Coffman has spent a life giving back at his alma mater. The runner turned track coach turned academic advisor now works with football players, ensuring they’re applying themselves in the classroom.

An Odyssey for a Cause

Student-athletes biked 2,500 miles to raise funds for the fight against cancer. In the end, their trip garnered more than $225,000 of donations.

One Giant Leap

Kendall Spencer competes in track and field for the University of New Mexico and is in training for the Olympic trials. But for now, he is the face of the Division I student-athlete voice in the NCAA.

PROP approves modification of impeding runner rule

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel during a conference call on Wednesday approved to add the word “Flagrantly” to the men’s and women’s track and field rules pertaining to when a competitor should be in violation of impeding a runner.

Track and Field Committee addresses event management concerns

The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Rules Committee at its meeting June 16-18 in Indianapolis emphasized that all running and field competitions should be conducted as written in the rules book starting in the 2014-15 academic year.

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