Women's Outdoor Track & Field

Navigating personal finance with NCAA champion Lauryn Williams

Former NCAA and Olympic sprinter Lauryn Williams is now a financial planner. She provided advice for former student-athletes and a look at her current work

NCAA names 2020 Byers Scholarship recipients

An NCAA committee with oversight of the Walter Byers Graduate Scholarship selected two former student-athletes as recipients of the 2020 awards.

Technology rule approved for indoor, outdoor track and field

The use of technology to view video during track and field competitions was approved by the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel on Wednesday.

Technology rule proposed for indoor, outdoor track and field

The use of technology to view video during track and field competitions is among the recommended rules changes supported by the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Rules Committee.

Angela Mercurio named the 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year

Angela Mercurio — a former Nebraska triple jumper who double majored in biochemistry and women’s and gender studies — has been named the 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year. Mercurio accepted the award at a banquet celebrating the Top 30 national honorees Sunday in Indianapolis.

Texas A&M-Commerce reprimanded for conduct at championship

Texas A&M-Commerce has received a public reprimand, suspensions and a financial penalty after misconduct by student-athletes and an assistant coach at the NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships in May in Kingsville, Texas.

Former Central Florida cross country coach violated head coach control rules

The former University of Central Florida head women’s cross country/track and field coach violated NCAA head coach control rules when she did not promote an atmosphere for compliance and failed to monitor a former assistant women’s cross country coach.

Notre Dame de Namur student-athlete gives back to Uganda even after she returns home

Once she returned home from Uganda, Arianna Cunha found a way to continue helping a program that uses sports to teach children about health.

Former Lane College head cross country coach acted unethically

The former Lane College head cross country and track and field coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when he directed an ineligible women’s cross country and track and field student-athlete to compete at cross country events under the name of an injured student-athlete, according to the NCAA Division II Committee on Infractions.

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