Women's Outdoor Track & Field

Panel approves more structure for track and field

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a recommendation to define what constitutes a regular-season competition in track and field.

Coach Me if You Can

Olympics-seasoned college coaches share their games strategies before Rio.

The Art of Accomplishment

Florida A&M University senior Jaymee Smith has two specialties. The first is the javelin. The second is visual arts.

Dave Maloney: Wall Street’s weekend warrior

Former Auburn runner Dave Maloney leads Wall Street’s “executive athletes” in athletics competition while funding pediatric cancer research.

More structure proposed to track and field rules

To bring more structure to their sport, the committee made a recommendation to define the specifics of a regular-season competition.

2016 Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships Results and Records

Division I NCAA.com Championships Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2016 Championships) Division II NCAA.com Championships Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2016 Championships) Division III...

“To say that I’m even in college is a dream.”

Today, two-thirds of young Americans go on to attend college, so why does something so common feel surreal for Edgewood College distance runner Natasha Zanoya?

Field Days

Since 1954, Joe Schrag has been a participant, a spectator, a coach, an administrator or a volunteer at the Kansas Relays, which bring together high school, college and open invitational competitors.

Powering Through

As a trainer on NBC’s “The Biggest Loser,” Jen Widerstrom’s work involves supporting and pushing contestants to achieve their goals. Now in her second season with the program that is part weight-loss competition, part reality television show, Widerstrom – a former hammer thrower on the University of Kansas track and field team – thinks of her job as a way of sharing the story of the human condition.

Gail Koziara Boudreaux: From the basketball court to the boardroom

Gail Koziara Boudreaux, recognized on Fortune magazine’s “50 Most Powerful Women in American Business” and Forbes' “100 Most Powerful Women in the World’’ lists, uses the lessons she learned on Dartmouth’s basketball court to build successful management teams in the healthcare industry.

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