Women's Outdoor Track & Field

1994 NCAA Woman of the Year

Arizona's Hughes selected NCAA Woman of the Year As published in The NCAA News , November 14, 1994 Tanya Hughes, a four-time NCAA high-jump champion from the University of Arizona, was announced as the NCAA Woman of the Year, November 14...

1991 NCAA Woman of the Year

NCAA Woman of the Year honored As published in The NCAA News, November 4, 1991 Mary Beth Riley of Canisius College, who successfully battled Hodgkin’s disease while continuing to compete in cross country and track and excel in the...

Oregon wins national championship with the help of redshirt junior

After a 30 year drought, the Ducks captured the national title June 13 with home field advantage in Eugene, Oregon.

Wisconsin-La Crosse finally back on top

The national championship has always been just out of reach for Pat Healy, head women’s track and field coach at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. During his 24-year tenure at the school, he has finished among the top five at the national championships 11 times.  However, on May 23 at St. Lawrence’s University (New York), Healy’s team finally triumphed.

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