NCAA Track Championships

Surgery Success
A little more than a week after winning the NCAA Championship in the pole vault, South Dakota's Bethany Buell has undergone surgery on her injured left shoulder.
Buell had the surgery last Friday to repair a torn ligament, and told me in a text Monday afternoon:
Surgery went well...
All-American
South Dakota junior Megan Glisar capped a big weekend for the Coyote women's track team with a sixth place finish in the high jump at the NCAA Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
Glisar, the 2012 NAIA indoor champ for Morningside College, made her first four jumps Saturday, th…
View From The Top
This was the jump that game USD junior Bethany Buell the national championship in the women's pole vault at the NCAA Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon, Saturday, as she cleared 14 feet, 7 1/4 inches.
She cleared eight different heights en route to the title, and over came som…
A Big Jump
No University of South Dakota athlete has ever won a Division I title at the NCAA Track & Field Championships, but this weekend in Eugene, Oregon, the Coyotes do have a national champion competing.
Just 14 months ago, junior Megan Glisar won the high jump at the NAIA National Indoor Champions…
Buell Wins Title
South Dakota's Bethany finished the NCAA Pole Vault Championships where she began  at the top.
The junior won USD's first-ever individual title in Division I track with a winning jump of 14 feet 7 1/4 inches.  That leap tied the meet record...
Going First
When USD junior Cody Snyder steps into the discus ring Friday at the NCAA Division I Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon, he'll be making history regardless of how he finishes.
The Lake Andes native is the first Coyote male track and field athlete to ever compete in nationals a…
Tops at the Top
It might be the easiest payday ever.
Make a friendly wager with that favorite sports fan in your life to tell you which school has the top two qualifiers in the women's pole vault at this week's NCAA Division I Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
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Dennis at Nationals
South Dakota's Meghan Dennis took 20th in the women's javelin at the NCAA Division I Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
Dennis, a freshman, finished with a best of 143' 3" on her second attempt.  She threw 135' 5" in round one and fouled …
Heck at Nationals
Former Washington High School standout Kari Heck has capped her freshman track season at Nebraska with a 18th place finish in the women's long jump at the NCAA Division I Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
Heck jumped 16' 3" in her first attempt, fouled in her second attempt, and sav…
Coyotes Rising
When freshman Meghan Dennis heads down the javelin runway Wednesday night at the NCAA Division I Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon, she'll be continuing the quick rise of the South Dakota women's track program to national prominence...