Women's Indoor Track & Field

Patricia Melton: Running toward a purpose

Patricia Melton has faced many challenges in her life, but nothing she could not handle. The former Yale University track star and current executive director of New Haven Promise gives back so others can obtain an education and useful professional experience.

2015 Woman of the Year finalist: Colleen Quigley

Colleen Quigley once shunned running shoes in favor of those worn for tap, jazz and ballet. Then modeling beckoned. Running, it seemed, would be an afterthought. Now, Quigley has an NCAA steeplechase national championship, Olympic dreams and, most importantly, no regrets.

Division I Council sponsors football recruiting proposal

If a proposal sponsored by the Division I Council is adopted next year, Division I schools could pay for parents or guardians of Football Bowl Subdivision student-athletes to accompany their children on official recruiting visits.

April Holmes has always had a need for speed

April Holmes is a former track and field student-athlete from Norfolk State University. Despite losing one of her legs below the knee in a freak accident, Holmes became not only a successful motivational speaker and author but also a multi-medal winner in the Paralympics as a sprinter.

2002 NCAA Woman of the Year

UC Davis runner wins 'life race' with NCAA recognition By Kay Hawes, The NCAA News , November 11, 2002 Tanisha Silas' specialty was the 400 meters, but it is her performance in the race of life that makes her stand out. Silas, a former...

"I have that extra something to be thankful for."

One year has passed since St. john Fisher College sprinter Alex Caldwell learned that what she thought was a sinus infection was actually a brain tumor.

2015 Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships Results and Records

Division I NCAA.com Championships Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2015 Championships) Division II NCAA.com Championships Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2015 Championships) Division III...

Arkansas women break through

Dominique Scott’s time of 8 minutes, 55.19 seconds earned top honors in the 3,000 meters and boosted her University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, team to victory in the Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships. She celebrated it with her South African parents, who watched their daughter compete indoors in college for the first time.

Reaching the mountaintop

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and coach Pat Healy finally get over the hump after five second-place finishes in the Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships. They captured the 2015 national title.

Finishing with a flourish

The University of Central Missouri Jennies know how to create some drama. They certainly did so in the Women’s Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships, gaining the lead with one event remaining and capturing their first national title.

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