Women's Indoor Track & Field

Newly constructed indoor tracks will require curbing

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a rule, effective Dec. 1, 2018, requiring all newly constructed or resurfaced indoor tracks to be surveyed for a curb and to have a regulation curb in place for competition.

2017 Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships Results and Records

Division I NCAA.com Championships Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2017 Championships) Division II NCAA.com Championships Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2017 Championships) Division III...

Over 1,000 to compete at DII festival in Birmingham

More than 1,000 student-athletes will travel to Birmingham, Alabama, to compete in five NCAA winter championships March 7-11 when the city and the University of Alabama in Huntsville host the 2017 NCAA Division II National Championships Festival at the CrossPlex.

The Wait Is Over

After 17 years, the longtime Evansville cross country coach can add track and field coach to his title.

Track and field rule delayed for one year

The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Rules Committee decided to delay for one year the implementation of a rules change.

Within a Split Second

Inside the moments that create an NCAA champion in the world’s oldest sport.

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.

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 Indoor 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...

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.

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