trackfield-outdoor-women-d1 flag | August 7, 2014

Year in review

Texas A&M celebrated its fourth title since 2009 and Lincoln (Mo.) won its first championship since '09 while Wartburg made it three years running in Division III. In DI, the Aggies won for the first time since winning three in a row while the Blue Tigers won their seventh overall championship in DII. The Knights also won for the fourth time in six years, and fifth overall. Take a look back at all three with videos, features and photos as continues its look back at the 2013-14 season.

2014 DI Outdoor Track & Field Championships: Texas A&M wins women's title
Texas A&M adds another championship

Kamaria Brown won the 200 meters and the 4x100 relay team finished in a collegiate-leading 42.80 seconds on the final day to power Texas A&M to the team championship. ... Read More

Results Photos

Relay teams carry Lincoln (Mo.) to title

The day began with Lincoln (Mo.) winning the 4x100m relay and ended with a title in the 4x400m relay to preserve a one-point lead with a time of 3:37.29, the best in Division II this year. ... Read More

Results  Photos  Highlights Feature: Team strength powers Lincoln

Wartburg wins championship by two points

Libbey Schubert won her first individual national championship as she claimed the 200-meter dash as each of the Wartburg competitors who qualified for the meet scored points. ... Read More

Results  Photos  Highlights  Feature: Three titles in a row is a good start