Women's Outdoor Track & Field

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.

2011 NCAA Woman of the Year

Laura Barito is the 2011 NCAA Woman of the Year October 16, 2011 Laura Barito, a 22-time All-American in swimming and track, two-time NCAA national champion and mechanical engineering graduate of Stevens Institute of Technology, is the...

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.

2006 NCAA Woman of the Year

Woman of the Year winner finds meaning in journey By Leilana McKindra The NCAA News, November 6, 2006 Wake Forest University distance runner Anne Bersagel told Woman of the Year ceremony attendees to "set big goals and celebrate the...


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