Women's Outdoor Track & Field

Good medicine on and off the track

By Jack Copeland NCAA.org While a swimming and track student-athlete at Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Sarah Schettle developed a reputation for encouraging not only teammates but also opponents to give their best effort and to enjoy the experience...

Overcoming obstacles is normal for Aimee Mullins

By Greg Johnson NCAA.org Aimee Mullins was born without fibulae and had both legs amputated below the knees as an infant, but athletics still has been a foundation in her life. Doctors initially thought Mullins would go through life...

New Rules go into effect for spring sports

By Greg Johnson Several rules changes are planned this season for the spring sports of men’s lacrosse, baseball, men’s volleyball, men’s and women’s track and field, and softball. The rules committees for each of those sports met last...

New York state of mind

By Gary Brown NCAA.org Jackie Jamaleddine says her life wouldn’t be normal without chaos. “It’s practice, work, school, go home, change, go back, school, work, sports, people mad at me, apologizing. It’s the story of my life,” she says in...

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