Women's Indoor Track & Field

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.

Never thrown off course

Jecel Klotz took two years off to have her son, get married and rehab from a knee injury, then came back stronger than ever.


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