Women’s Track & Field

Few sports offer the balance of competing for individual honors and personal bests while also challenging you to contribute to team success as track and field.

St. Norbert College continues to attract some of the region’s top scholar-athletes, drawn by bright new facilities at Schneider Stadium and an enthusiastic coaching staff. The Green Knights won the Midwest Conference indoor and outdoor championships in 2015.

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Women's Track & Field at Day 3
NCAA Division III Outdoor Championship
Full Schedule & Results

Headlines

WAVERLY, Iowa - St. Norbert College freshman Kristina Herman finished 21st in the shot put at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Wartburg College's Walston-Hoover Stadium. Herman finished with a top throw of 40 feet 7 3/4 inches, a distance that was third-best among competing freshmen at the meet. Baldwin Wallace University's Kim Gallavan won the event with a… More

WAVERLY, Iowa - St. Norbert College junior Erin Artz claimed her first All-America honor by finishing in seventh place in the 10,000-meter run at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Wartburg College's Walston-Hoover Stadium. Artz, who entered the event with the eighth-best time, turned in a time of 36:41.30 for her finish. Stevens Institute's Amy Regan won the… More

DE PERE - St. Norbert College will send three women to the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships later this week in Waverly, Iowa. Junior Brittany Kozlowski will compete in the 800-meter run, junior Erin Artz qualified in both the 5,000- and 10,000-meter runs and freshman Kristina Herman advanced in the shot put. Kozlowski is seeded third in the 800 with a time… More

2015 Track & Field Camps

Summer Camps

Camps iconDevelop your skills for next season this summer! Join our coaching staff and members of the current Green Knight track and field team to take your performance to the next level. >>More