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NAIA Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

Track and Field News | 05-23-2016

NAIA Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

The track and field teams will have two individuals participating in the NAIA National Outdoor Championships at Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium in Gulf Shores, Alabama, on May 26-28. Ashley Jourdan will compete in the 1500 meter and Michael Potter will run the marathon. Jourdan w... Read more

Trolls at NCCAA Outdoor Championships

Track and Field News | 05-14-2016

Trolls at NCCAA Outdoor Championships

The Trolls had 19 athletes compete in 17 events at the NCCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships hosted by Shorter University in Rome, Georgia. At the end of the two days of competition the Trolls place in three events. The women’s team scored three points and was 23rd of the 2... Read more

Trolls Compete At CCAC Championships

Track and Field News | 05-08-2016

Trolls Compete At CCAC Championships

The Trolls were among the ten conference schools that competed in the CCAC Championships at Joliet Memorial Stadium. After the two days of competition the women’s team finished in 4th place with 31 points and the men’s team was 8th with 10 points.  The teams also ended with three... Read more

Individual Track Athletes Compete

Track and Field News | 05-01-2016

Individual Track Athletes Compete

Although the complete track and field teams did not compete in a meet over the weekend, a few of the athletes participated as individuals at a couple of different events.  In the competition the Trolls added two more NCCAA national qualifiers. At the Hillsdale College Gina Relays... Read more

Trolls Compete at Concordia Cougar Invitational

Track and Field News | 04-24-2016

Trolls Compete at Concordia Cougar Invitational

In their final meet of the regular season the Trolls took part in the Concordia University Cougar Invitational (River Forest, Illinois). It was a good day for competing and a good day for the Trolls. Overall the teams had one more NCCAA national qualifier and set one new school r... Read more

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