Holloway Repeats, Gators Finish 2nd at NCAA Outdoors
In addition to 13 points from its hammer trio and senior jumper KeAndre Bates, Florida qualified three for Friday running finals. (via Florida Gators)
Florida's men are chasing a three-peat, while the women look to ride the momentum from their SEC title all the way to the team podium in Eugene.
Gators track and field coach Mike Holloway signs a contract extension that allows him likely to finish his career at UF. (via Florida Gators)
Florida's men won their Division I-leading eighth national title since 2010, while the Gators' women scored their first team trophy since 2015.
Gator hurdler Eddie Lovett (West Palm Beach, Fla.) continued his stellar season with a victory in the men’s 110-meter hurdles. Lovett switched his allegiance to the U.S. Virgin Islands earlier this year but competed for the United States in Kazan.
The Florida men’s track and field team is back atop the latest U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Division I National Team Computer Rankings following the removal of 2012 marks from the rankings formula.
Florida’s Marquis Dendy (Middletown, Del.) has been named the Southeastern Conference Men’s Field Athlete of the Year, as voted on by the league’s head coaches and released Friday.
Sophomore Marquis Dendy (Middletown, Del.) and senior David Triassi (Jacksonville, Fla.) took home Southeastern Conference titles on the second day of the SEC Indoor Track & Field Championships at the University of Arkansas on Saturday.
Florida’s Marquis Dendy (Middletown, Del.) has been honored by the Southeastern Conference as the Men’s Field Athlete of the Week, the league offices in Birmingham, Ala. announced Tuesda
The Florida men’s track & field team captured the 2012 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championship on Saturday at Drake University. The men scored 50 points to edge LSU (48 points) and Texas A&M (40 points) for the men’s team title.
Senior distance runner Genevieve LaCaze (Queensland, Australia) has been named the 2012 USTFCCCA South Region Women’s Track Athlete of the Year, the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association announced on Monday afternoon.
Florida head coach Mike Holloway was named Women’s Coach of the Year as part of the 2012 Southeastern Conference Indoor Track and Field Awards, as voted on by the league’s head coaches, announced by the league offices in Birmingham, Ala., on Friday.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida track and field program, on the heels of top-10 recruiting classes in 2011, has inked 20 student-athletes for the upcoming 2012 season, head coach Mike Holloway announced on Thursday.
The No. 1 University of Florida men’s track and field team captured the first NCAA Indoor Championship in program history on Saturday night, scoring 57 total team points and the Gator women placed fourth to cap off one of the most successful national meets in program history at the Randal Tyson Track Center on the campus of the University of Arkansas.
A stacked collegiate field and a selection of elite professionals will be on hand this weekend at Percy Beard Track when theNo. 4 (men)/15 (women) University of Florida track & field team hosts the 64th annual Pepsi Florida Relays from April 4-5. Typically one of the largest meets in the early stages of the spring, the Pepsi Florida Relays draws more than 3,000 high school and collegiate athletes from across the nation.
Former University of Florida star Kerron Clement became just the fourth Gator male to win a world track & field championship on Tuesday morning, as he claimed gold in the 400mH at the 2007 IAAF World Championships in Osaka, Japan. Clement crossed the line in 47.61, the world’s fastest outdoor time in 2007, to win his first-career world championship. He outdistanced Felix Sanchez of the Dominican Republic by a full four tenths of a second to take the win, and fell just shy of his personal-best mark of 47.24.
The final day of the 62nd annual Coca-Cola Florida Relays has been cancelled. The morning session was originally postponed until 1 p.m. with all high school field events being cancelled.
The Florida men\'s and women\'s cross country teams both had outstanding performances Saturday at the Ninth Annual Disney Cross Country Classic. The women won their 5K race with 32 points while the Florida men also took first in their 8K race with 45 points at the meet held at the Disney Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Florida also had the individual champion in both races.
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Kyle Farmer ran on the winning 4x100m relay team, while Sekou Clarke took third in the 400m on the final day of competition at the 2004 NACAC on Sunday.
Tiandra Ponteen won the 400m and Josh Walker took first in the 110m hurdles on the second day of competition at the 2004 NACAC Championships on Saturday.
Florida All-American Steve Zieminski finished second in the 3000m steeplechase in leading a strong showing by the United States team on the first day of competition at the 2004 North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association Championships on Friday at Universit
Former University of Florida athlete Erin Gilreath became the second UF women
Hazel Clark finished third in the 800m to secure a spot in the 2004 U.S. Olympics at the 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Track & Field Trials on Monday at the Alex G. Spanos Sports Complex.
Both University of Florida indoor track & field teams took home the runners-up trophies at the NCAA National Championships.
For the first time in school history, both the Florida men's and women's track and field teams won the Southeastern Conference Indoor Championship. The men's team edged out Arkansas 128-126, while the Gator women scored 105.50 points hold off Tennessee.
UF sent its squads two different directions this weekend: one to the Verizon Millrose Games in New York City and the other to the Husker Invite in Lincoln.
The University of Florida men's track and field team announced today the signing of state champion thrower Westley Stockbarger to a National Letter of Intent.
The University of Florida Women proved that they are indeed a national power, with a second place showing at the NCAA Indoor Championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas.