Azusa Pacific kicks off the three-day NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships Thursday morning.
Two defending national champions highlight 13 Azusa Pacific athletes selected for the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
Azusa Pacific’s final qualifying meet produced two more qualifiers for the Division II national championships.
Azusa Pacific ran away with a sweep of the Pacific West Conference men’s and women’s track and field championships.
Live video and live results are available as Azusa Pacific hosts the 2016 Pacific West Conference Track & Field Championships April 28-29.
Eight of Azusa Pacific’s 10 NCAA qualifying marks at the Triton Invitational came in field events.
Sixteen meet records were broken at the 2016 Bryan Clay Invitational.
The Bryan Clay Invitational expands to two days in 2016, and FloTrack is the exclusive live video partner of the meet.
Defending NCAA heptathlon champion Akela Jones broke her own Day 1 national record in the heptathlon Wednesday in Azusa.
The meet program for the Mt. SAC Relays and California Invitational combined events meet has been announced for the April 13-14 meet.
Three more Azusa Pacific athletes joined the Cougars’ list of provisional outdoor qualifiers Saturday at Pomona-Pitzer.
Allie Updike’s automatic javelin qualifier added to seven provisional qualifying efforts at the California Collegiate Invitational in San Diego.
Three Azusa Pacific distance runners each posted provisional qualifiers in the 10,000 meters Friday at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival.
Cyinna Booker hit provisional qualifiers in long jump and triple jump in her first outdoor meet of the season.
Shakiel Chattoo gave Azusa Pacific its second consecutive NCAA Division II heptathlon national champion, leading wire to wire to claim his first NCAA individual championship.
Amber Panapa claimed her third All-American honor by placing fourth in the weight throw.
Azusa Pacific is represented by seven athletes at this weekend’s NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field National Championships in Pittsburg, Kansas.
The Azusa Pacific track and field team kicked off its outdoor season Saturday at the Rossi Relays.
Miles Poullard and Corey Reid improved their national standing in the heptathlon with one week left in the Division II indoor national qualifying window.
Azusa Pacific produced 10 provisional qualifying efforts in separate meets in Arizona and Washington.
Shakiel Chattoo’s auto-qualifier led Azusa Pacific to a strong set of weekend performances in Colorado and Washington.
Azusa Pacific resumed indoor track and field season by winning three events at the Bronco Invitational in Boise.