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2001 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

Coach Bill Webb brought his men’s team from Tennessee and took home the title by just one point over TCU at the host site at the University of Oregon. On the women’s side it was Coach Ron Allice and Southern California winning over UCLA for the team title. Individual champions in the running events include Justin Gatlin in both the 100 and 200 sprints, Avard Moncur, Otukile Lekote in the 800, Bryan Berryhill, Daniel Lincoln in his first of three steeplechase wins, Jonathon Riley, Ryan Shay in the 10K, and Ron Bramlett and Bayano Kamani in the hurdle events. The women were led by Angela Williams, Brianna Glenn in the 200, Allison Beckford, Brigita Langerholc, Mary Jane Harrelson in the 1500, Elizabeth Jackson in the first ever women’s NCAA 3,000 Meter Steeplechase with a winning time of 9:49.73, Kauren Fleshman, Amy Yoder-Begley, and Donica Merriman and Brenda Taylor in the hurdle races.

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2000 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

Vin Lananna’s Cardinal Men from Stanford win their first national title in outdoor track since 1934 while also braking the eight year dominance of the Arkansas squad. For the women it was Pat Henry’s LSU team returning to the top spot by beating Southern California by just four points. Some of the featured athletes this year include Bernard Williams, Shawn Crawford, Avard Moncur, Gabe Jennings, Tim Broe, Brad Hauser, Terrence Trammell, and Felix Sanchez. Event winning women include Angela Williams, Peta-Gaye Dowdie, Mikele Barber, Tytti Reho, Susan Taylor, Kara Wheeler, Tara Rohatinsky, Joyce Bates, and Natasha Danvers. Purchase your copy of these championship races from Amazon.com.

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1999 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

Back at Bronco Stadium in Boise Idaho comes the powerhouses of collegiate athletics: Arkansas, Stanford, Texas, and UCLA. The Men’s Championship was won by Arkansas for the their eighth consecutive national title for the Razorbacks with Stanford being just seven points back in second place. Men who win individual running titles include Leonard Myles-Mills who runs 9.98 in the 100, John Capel (19.87 in the 200), Clement Chukwu, Derrick Peterson, Clyde Colenso, Matt Kerr, Bernard Lagat in the 5,000, and Terrence Trammell in the high hurdles. The Women’s Championship was won by Texas (under coach Bev Kearney) making it their second consecutive national title while UCLA was in second, just two points back. This was Angela Williams’ first of four 100 meter titles, and other winners include Latasha Jenkins, Suziann Reid, Claudine Williams, Mary Jayne Harrelson, Carrie Tollefson, Leigh Daniel, Yolanda McCray, and Joanna Hayes in the 400 hurdles.

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1998 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

From windy UB Stadium in Buffalo, New York, watch some great action from powerhouse teams such as Arkansas, Stanford, UCLA, and Texas. Men who took home individual titles in running include Leonard Myles-Mills, Curtis Perry, Jerome Davis, Khadevis Robinson, Seneca Lassiter, Matt Kerr, Adam Goucher (13:31.64 for 5,000), Brad Hauser, Larry Wade, and Angelo Taylor. The women’s contest was won by Texas with UCLA not far behind. Running event champions included Debbie Ferguson of Georgia in both the 100 and 200, Suziann Reid, Hazel Clark of Florida, Carmen Douma, Amy Skieresz (with a meet record time of 15:37.77 in the 5,000 and also claiming victory in the 10K), Angie Vaughn, and Rosa Jolivet. Texas also took both the short and long relay in winning their first championship since 1986.

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1997 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Outdoor Track & Field National Championship

One of the first three titles released in 2007 when the NCAA started putting their coverage into DVD format for release to the public. Here you will go to Hayes Track in at the home of the Indiana Hoosiers in Bloomington, Indiana to see Arkansas win the men’s title (the sixth of eight consecutive titles for the men from Arkansas). Louisiana State takes home the women’s title (by just one point over Texas) making it their eleventh consecutive title for the women from LSU. You can order this exciting track and field action in DVD format from Amazon.com where you can view meet winning performances by Obadele Thompson, Roxbert Martin, Bryan Woodward, Seneca Lassiter, Pascal Dobert, Meb Keflezighi, Reggie Torian, Joey Woody, Sevatheda Fynes, LaTarsha Stroman, Dana Riley, Becki Wells, Amy Skieresz, Astia Walker, and Ryan Tolbert.

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1996 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

This is the eighth time that Hayward Field at the University of Oregon has hosted the NCAA Track & Field Championships. This year the men’s team from Arkansas continued their streak of victories to five and the LSU women made it their tenth straight team championship. Ato Boldon of UCLA set a new meet record in the 100 by racing to a 9.92 finishing time. Rohsaan Griffin won the 200 and Davian Clarke won in the 400. Other men who won include Einars Tupuritis, Marko Koers, Dmitry Drozdov, Alan Culpepper, Godfrey Siamusiye, Dominique Arnold in the high hurdles, and Neil Gardner in the 400 hurdle event. In women’s action, the running event winners include D’Andre Hill, Zundra Feagin, Suziann Reid, Monique Hennagan, Miesha Marzell, Jennifer Rhines winning the 5,000 for the third consecutive year, Katie Swords, Kim Carson, and Tonya Williams.

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1995 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

From the track stadium in Tennessee watch the LSU women as they seek their 9th consecutive women’s outdoor track and field title. On the men’s side it is Arkansas who wins its fourth consecutive men’s title over second place UCLA. Sold through Amazon.com, you know this is an outstanding championship event because when the NCAA decided to release these telecasts, this was one of the first three to make it to market. Men who won individual event titles include Tim Harden, Ato Boldon, Greg Haughton, Brandon Rock, Kevin Sullivan, Jim Svenoy, Martin Keino, Gedfrey Siamusiye, Duane Ross, and Ken Harnden. Women who won their specialty running events include D’Andre Hill, Sevatheda Fynes, Nichole Green, Inez Turner, Amy Wickus, Jennifer Rhines, Katie Swords, Gillian Russell, and Tonya Williams.

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1994 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

The University of Arkansas men won this championship with 38 points more than second place UTEP while the Louisiana State University women easily won the team titles by 46 points over Texas at this meet in Boise, Idaho. Most of the sprints were wind aided this year with the following athletes earning individual titles: Sam Jefferson, Andrew Tynes, Derek Mills, Jose Parrilla, Graham Hood, Jim Svenoy, Brian Baker, Teddy Mitchell, Robert Foster, Octavius Terry, Holli Hyche, Merlene Frazer, Flirtisha Harris, Inez Turner, Amy Rudolph, Jennifer Rhines, Carole Zajoc, Gillian Russell, and Tonya Williams.

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1993 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

Ted Gormley Stadium in New Orleans hosted the Championships this year with the Men’s competition won by Arkansas (LSU and Ohio State both tied for second), and the Women’s competition once again by LSU (with 93 points, their largest point total). For both squads, the victories were indicative of the consistent dominance of the programs. For the Razorbacks, it was the second of eight consecutive championships and for the Tigers, it was the seventh of eleven consecutive track and field championships. Individual winners on the track include Michael Green, Chris Nelloms, Calvin Davis, Jose Parrilla, Marko Koers, Donovan Bergstrom, Jon Dennis, Jonah Koech, Glenn Terry, Bryan Bronson, Holli Hyche (both 100 & 200m), Juliet Campbell, Kim Sherman, Clare Eichner, Kay Gooch, Carole Zajac, Gillian Russell (first of three 100H wins), and Debbie Parris.

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1992 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

Some fine teams such as Arkansas, Tennessee, LSU, and Florida all gathered at the University of Texas for this year’s Championship competition. In the end it was Arkansas winning on the men’s side, the first of eight consecutive titles for Coach John McDonnell of the Razorbacks. The lady Tigers of LSU, coached by Pat Henry, continue on the women’s side making it their sixth of eleven consecutive national titles. Winners this year are Olapade Adeniken (100 & 200m), Quincy Watts in a meet record 44.00 in the 400m, Jose Parrilla (in his first of three 800m titles), Steve Holman, Marc Davis, Jon Dennis, Sean Dollman, Mark Crear, Dan Steele, Chryste Gaines, Dahlia Duhaney, Anita Howard, Nekita Beasley, Sue Gentes, Monique Ecker, Kim Saddic, Michelle Freeman, and Tonja Buford. To bring this DVD into your collection visiting Amazon.com where this and the other NCAA titles are available.

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1991 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

After being gone for just two years, the action returns to Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. Doug Brown’s team from Tennessee won the men’s championship over Washington State, their first time at the top since 1974. On the women’s side it was LSU taking home the trophy, their fifth out of eleven consecutive titles for Coach Pat Henry. Individual runners taking home titles include Frank Fredericks(100 & 200m), Gabriel Luke, George Kersh, Samuel Kibiri, Mark Croghan, Shannon Butler, Terry Thornton, Greg Williams, Samuel Matele, Carlette Guidry (100 & 200m), Ximena Restrepo, Nekita Beasley, Darcy Arreola, Laurie Gomez, Jamie Park, Dawn Bowles, and Janeene Vickers (her third 400IH win).

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1990 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Outdoor Track & Field National Championship

Amazon.com offers this 2007 release from the NCAA for home viewing. What a great way to remember when Louisiana State University won both the Men’s and Women’s NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships. The Tigers were led by legendary track and field coach Pat Henry, the only coach in NCAA history to win both men’s and women’s track and field National Championships not only in the same year but at the same national meet. This is one of the first championship meets to be released on DVD as the performances are so outstanding. The individual champions from this meet includes Leroy Burrell (9.94w 100m), Michael Johnson, Steve Lewis, Mark Everett, Bob Kennedy, Mark Croghan, John Trautmann, Shannon Butler, Chris Lancaster, McClinton Neal, Esther Jones (100 & 200m), Maicel Malone, Suzy Favor (in a meet record 1:59.11 800m and 4:08.26 1500m), Valerie McGovern, Janet Haskin, Lynda Tolbert, and Janeene Vickers.

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1988 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s
Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

Movie of the Month, December 2007This is where the Bruins of UCLA won by 41 points over Texas on the Men’s side while the LSU take home the Women’s crown (only 3 points over UCLA), defending their championship from last year. This action comes from historic Hayward Field on the University of Oregon’s campus in Eugene, Oregon. See great performances from well known athletes such as Kevin Young, Danny Everett, Steve Lewis, Henry Thomas, Joe DeLoach, Mike March, Dennis Mitchell, Leroy Burrell, Raymond Stewart, Joe Falcon, Arthur Blake, James Purvis, Rod Jett, Gail Devers, Lynda Tolbert, Schowonda Williams, Janine Vickers, Vicki Huber, and Annette Hand.

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1971 NCAA Division I Men’s Outdoor
Track and Field National Championship

UCLA, under coach Jim Bush, wins the first of three consecutive national titles during the 50th NCAA Track and Field Championships hosted by Washington. Second place Southern California was just 11 points behind. Runners (competing in yards) who took home individual championships included Harrington Jackson, Larry Black, John Smith, Mark Winzenried, Marty Liquori (his 3rd one mile title), Sidney Sink, Steve Prefontaine in the 3 mile event, Garry Bjorklund, and Rod Milburn and Ralph Mann in the hurdle events.





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