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NCAA Division I Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships

The NCAA Division I Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships are the annual collegiate track and field competitions for women athletes representing Division I institutions organised by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Athletes' performances in individual championships earn points for their institutions and the team with the most points receives the NCAA team title in track and field. A separate NCAA Division I men's competition is also held. These two events are separate from the NCAA Division I Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships and NCAA Division I Men's Indoor Track and Field Championships held during the winter.[1] The first edition of the championship was held in 1982.[2]

NCAA Division I Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2018 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships
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SportTrack and field
Founded1982
Most recent
champion(s)
Oregon (3)
TV partner(s)ESPNU
Official websiteNCAA.com

The current team champions are the Oregon Ducks, and the most successful team, with 14 titles, are the LSU Lady Tigers. LSU would be credited with a fifteenth title in 2012 but were disqualified when one of their athletes, Trinidadian athlete Semoy Hackett, tested positive for methylhexaneamine and was banned from international competition for two years and four months.[3]

EventsEdit

Track eventsEdit

Field eventsEdit

Discontinued eventsEdit

Team ChampionsEdit

Results TableEdit

NCAA Division I Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships
Year Site
(Host Team)
Host Track Championship Results
Winner Points Runners-Up Points
1982
Details
Provo, UT
(BYU)
Clarence F. Robison Track UCLA 153 Tennessee 126
1983
Details
Houston, TX
(Houston)
Tom Tellez Track at Carl Lewis International Complex UCLA 116½ Florida State 108
1984
Details
Eugene, OR
(Oregon)
Hayward Field Florida State 145 Tennessee 124
1985
Details
Austin, TX
(Texas)
Mike A. Myers Stadium Oregon 52 Florida State and LSU 46
1986
Details
Indianapolis, IN
(IUPUI)
IU Michael A. Carroll Track & Soccer Stadium Texas 65 Alabama 66
1987
Details
Baton Rouge, LA
(LSU)
Bernie Moore Track Stadium LSU 62 Alabama 53
1988
Details
Eugene, OR
(Oregon)
Hayward Field LSU 61 UCLA 58
1989
Details
Provo, UT
(BYU)
Clarence F. Robison Track LSU 86 UCLA 47
1990
Details
Durham, NC
(Duke)
Wallace Wade Stadium LSU 43 UCLA 46
1991
Details
Eugene, OR
(Oregon)
Hayward Field LSU 78 Texas 67
1992
Details
Austin, TX
(Texas)
Mike A. Myers Stadium LSU 87 Florida 81
1993
Details
New Orleans, LA
(New Orleans)
Tad Gormley Stadium LSU 93 Wisconsin 44
1994
Details
Boise, ID
(Boise State)
Bronco Stadium LSU 86 Texas 43
1995
Details
Knoxville, TN
(Tennessee)
Tom Black Track at LaPorte Stadium LSU 69 UCLA 58
1996
Details
Eugene, OR
(Oregon)
Hayward Field LSU 81 Texas 52
1997
Details
Bloomington, IN
(Indiana)
Billy Hayes Track LSU 63 Texas 62
1998
Details
Buffalo, NY
(Buffalo)
University at Buffalo Stadium Texas 60 UCLA 55
1999
Details
Boise, ID
(Boise State)
Bronco Stadium Texas 62 UCLA 60
2000
Details
Durham, NC
(Duke)
Wallace Wade Stadium LSU 58 USC 54
2001
Details
Eugene, OR
(Oregon)
Hayward Field USC 64 UCLA 55
2002
Details
Baton Rouge, LA
(LSU)
Bernie Moore Track Stadium South Carolina 82 UCLA 72
2003
Details
Sacramento, CA
(Sacramento State)
Hornet Stadium LSU 64 Texas 50
2004
Details
Austin, TX
(Texas)
Mike A. Myers Stadium UCLA 69 LSU 68
2005
Details
Sacramento, CA
(Sacramento State)
Hornet Stadium Texas 55 South Carolina and UCLA 48
2006
Details
Sacramento, CA
(Sacramento State)
Hornet Stadium Auburn 57 USC 38½
2007
Details
Sacramento, CA
(Sacramento State)
Hornet Stadium Arizona State 60 LSU 53
2008
Details
Des Moines, IA
(Drake)
Drake Stadium LSU 67 Arizona State 63
2009
Details
Fayetteville, AR
(Arkansas)
John McDonnell Field Texas A&M 50 Oregon 43
2010
Details
Eugene, OR
(Oregon)
Hayward Field Texas A&M 72 Oregon 57
2011
Details
Des Moines, IA
(Drake)
Drake Stadium Texas A&M 49 Oregon 45
2012
Details
Des Moines, IA
(Drake)
Drake Stadium LSU 76 Oregon 62
2013
Details
Eugene, OR
(Oregon)
Hayward Field Kansas 60 Texas A&M 46
2014
Details
Eugene, OR
(Oregon)
Hayward Field Texas A&M 75 Texas 66
2015
Details
Eugene, OR
(Oregon)
Hayward Field Oregon 59 Kentucky 50
2016
Details
Eugene, OR
(Oregon)
Hayward Field Arkansas 72 Oregon 62
2017
Details
Eugene, OR
(Oregon)
Hayward Field Oregon 64 Georgia 62.2
2018
Details
Eugene, OR
(Oregon)
Hayward Field USC 53 Georgia 52
2019
Details
Austin, TX
(Texas)
Mike A. Myers Stadium Arkansas 64 USC 57
2020
Details
  • Title revoked due to positive drug tests.

AppearancesEdit

This list consists of the top twenty-seven women's college outdoor track and field teams in terms of appearances in the NCAA Division I Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championship. Although college rankings usually recognize top twenty-five teams, in this case there are seven teams tied for 21st: Illinois, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Purdue, Texas A&M, Villanova, and Washington.

Top 27 rankings as of 9 June 2018[4]
Rank Logo Team Appearances
1   Stanford 37
2   Florida 36
2   LSU 36
2   Oregon 36
2   Texas 36
2   USC 36
7   Arizona 35
7   Nebraska 35
7   Tennessee 35
10   UCLA 34
11   BYU 33
11   Kansas State 33
13   Colorado 32
13   Florida State 32
15   Arizona State 31
15   Arkansas 31
17   Alabama 30
17   Auburn 30
17   Georgia 30
20   Wisconsin 29
21   Illinois 27
21   North Carolina 27
21   Oklahoma 27
21   Purdue 27
21   Texas A&M 27
21   Villanova 27
21   Washington 27

Team titlesEdit

Team Titles Year Won
LSU 14 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2008
Texas A&M 4 2009, 2010, 2011, 2014
Texas 4 1986, 1998, 1999, 2005
UCLA 3 1982, 1983, 2004
Oregon 3 1985, 2015, 2017
USC 2 2001, 2018
Arizona State 1 2007
Auburn 1 2006
Florida State 1 1984
Kansas 1 2013
South Carolina 1 2002
Arkansas 1 2016

Championships recordsEdit

Event Record (wind) Athlete School Nationality Date Meet Place Ref
100 m 10.75 (+1.6 m/s) Sha'Carri Richardson LSU   United States 8 June 2019 2019 Championships Austin [5]
200 m 22.02 (+1.1 m/s) Kyra Jefferson Florida   United States 10 June 2017 2017 Championships Eugene, Oregon [6]
400 m 49.80 Lynna Irby Georgia   United States 8 June 2018 2018 Championships Eugene, Oregon [7]
800 m 1:59.11 Suzy Favor Wisconsin   United States 1 June 1990 Durham, North Carolina
1500 m 4:05.98 Sinclaire Jackson OSU   United States 8 June 2019 2019 Championships Austin [8]
5000 m 15:15.08 Sally Kipyego Texas Tech   Kenya 13 June 2008 Des Moines, Iowa
10000 m 32:28.57 Sylvia Mosqueda Cal State, LA   United States 1 June 1988[9] Eugene, Oregon
100 m hurdles 12.39 (+1.7 m/s) Brianna Rollins Clemson   United States 8 June 2013 2013 Championships Eugene, Oregon [10]
400 m hurdles 53.21 Kori Carter Stanford   United States 7 June 2013 2013 Championships Eugene, Oregon [11]
3000 m steeplechase 9:24.41 Courtney Frerichs New Mexico   United States 12 June 2016 2016 Championships Eugene, Oregon [12]
High jump 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in) Amy Acuff UCLA   United States 3 June 1995 Knoxville, Tennessee
Pole vault 4.70 m (15 ft 5 in) Demi Payne Stephen F. Austin   United States 11 June 2015 2015 Championships Eugene, Oregon [13]
Long jump 6.94 m (22 ft 9 in) (-1.0 m/s) Sheila Echols LSU   United States 5 June 1987 Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Triple jump 14.53 m (47 ft 8 in) (+1.2 m/s) Keturah Orji Georgia   United States 11 June 2016 2016 Championships Eugene, Oregon [14]
Shot put 19.33 m (63 ft 5 in) Raven Saunders Mississippi   United States 9 June 2016 2016 Championships Eugene, Oregon [15]
Discus throw 64.26 m (210 ft 9 34 in) Seilala Sua UCLA   United States 5 June 1999 Boise, Idaho
Hammer throw 73.32 m (240 ft 6 12 in) Maggie Ewen Arizona   United States 8 June 2017 2017 Championships Eugene, Oregon [16]
Javelin throw 62.19 m (204 ft 14 in) Maggie Malone Texas A&M   United States 9 June 2016 2016 Championships Eugene, Oregon [17]
Heptathlon 6440 pts Brianne Theisen Oregon   Canada 6–7 June 2012 2012 Championships Eugene, Oregon
100m H (wind) High jump Shot put 200m (wind) Long jump (wind) Javelin 800m
4 × 100 m 42.36 Khrystal Carter
Porscha Lucas
Dominique Duncan
Gabby Mayo
Texas A&M 12 June 2009 Fayetteville, Arkansas
4 × 400 m 3:23.13 Makenzie Dunmore
Deajah Stevens
Elexis Guster (50.80)
Raevyn Rogers
Oregon   United States 10 June 2017 2017 Championships Eugene, Oregon [18][19]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/track_outdoor_champs_records/2012-13/2012_d1_wotf.pdf
  2. ^ "NCAA Division I Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. Retrieved June 29, 2016.
  3. ^ "Hackett_positive". trinidadexpress.com. Retrieved 2014-05-02.
  4. ^ "Division I Women's Outdoor Track Championships Records Book" (PDF). National Collegiate Athletic Association. Retrieved 9 January 2019.
  5. ^ Roy Jordan (9 June 2019). "Richardson makes history with NCAA sprint double". IAAF. Retrieved 11 June 2019.
  6. ^ Jon Mulkeen (June 11, 2017). "Jefferson breaks 200m collegiate record at NCAA Championships". IAAF. Retrieved June 11, 2017.
  7. ^ Roy Jordan (10 June 2018). "Irby's 49.80 caps NCAA championships in Eugene". IAAF. Retrieved 18 June 2018.
  8. ^ Roy Jordan (9 June 2019). "Richardson makes history with NCAA sprint double". IAAF. Retrieved 11 June 2019.
  9. ^ Note: Corrected from source, wrong decade
  10. ^ "100 Metres Hurdles Results". www.flashresults.com. 8 June 2013. Retrieved 10 June 2013.
  11. ^ "400 Metres Hurdles Results". www.flashresults.com. 7 June 2013. Retrieved 10 June 2013.
  12. ^ "3000m Steeplechase Results". ncaa.com. 12 June 2016. Retrieved 12 June 2016.
  13. ^ "Pole Vault Results". ncaa.com. 11 June 2015. Retrieved 13 June 2015.
  14. ^ "Triple Jump Results". ncaa.com. 11 June 2016. Retrieved 12 June 2016.
  15. ^ "Shot Put Results". ncaa.com. 9 June 2016. Retrieved 11 June 2016.
  16. ^ "Hammer Throw Results". ncaa.com. 8 June 2017. Retrieved 9 June 2017.
  17. ^ "Javelin Throw Results". ncaa.com. 9 June 2016. Retrieved 11 June 2016.
  18. ^ Jon Mulkeen (11 June 2017). "Jefferson breaks 200m collegiate record at NCAA Championships". IAAF. Retrieved 11 June 2017.
  19. ^ "4×400m Relay Results". ncaa.com. 10 June 2017. Retrieved 11 June 2017.

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