Adams State joined a pair of repeat champions this past season. Oregon won its fifth in a row while Adams State won for the second time in school history and Wisconsin-Oshkosh won its DIII-most ninth championship. Take a look back at all three with videos, features and photos as NCAA.com continues its look back at the 2013-14 season.
Oregon ekes out another championship
Phyllis Francis had two record-setting runs, one in the 400 meters and the other as the anchor on the 1,600 relay team in the final and deciding event, to help Oregon to the title. ... Read More
Strong second day lifts Adams State
Kayon Robinson won first place in the 400 meters with a time of 53.90 seconds, breaking the JDL Fast Track record, and Adams State won its first championship since 2008. ... Read More
Wisconsin-Oshkosh claims title by two points
Wisconsin-Oshkosh had the winning performance in five events as it successfully defended its title. Christy Cazzola won both the mile and 3,000-meter runs while anchoring UW-Oshkosh’s victorious distance medley relay team. ... Read More