University Of Ohio Track And Field

Ohio Track and Field has a long history of producing championship athletes and teams. The Bobcats have won six NCAA team titles and produced 32 individual national champions in the past 20 years. Our program has produced Olympians, All-Americans and Academic All-Americans. We continue to be one of the top programs in the country with our success over recent years.

University Of Ohio Track And Field

Ohio Track And Field Competes At The All-Ohio Championship

In addition to the All-Ohio Championship, Ohio Track and Field also competes at the NCAA Championships in June. This is the culmination of a college athlete’s career. The All-Ohio Championship is a great way for athletes to get experience competing against some of the best talent in their division before having an opportunity to compete at this level.

The format of these events vary from year to year but typically include: sprints (60m-400m), hurdles (100mH-110HHH), jumps (long jump/high jump), throws (shot putt/discus) and relays (4x100M). Each event will have separate qualifiers based on your seed time or previous results that you may have obtained earlier in your season or career.

Ohio Track and Field Hosts The All-Ohio Championship

Ohio Track and Field Hosts The All-Ohio Championship

Hosted by Ohio University, the All-Ohio Championship is held at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium in Athens, Ohio. This event brings together some of the best track and field athletes from around Ohio to compete for a variety of titles. Held in April, it’s one of the earliest track meets of the season and provides an opportunity for high school athletes to qualify for state championships later on in May.

Ohio Track And Field Begins Outdoor Season At Billy Hayes Invite

Ohio is one of the few schools in the country with a men’s and women’s track and field team. The track and field team is made up of a variety of students from all over Ohio, who have been training for years to compete for their school. To be on the team, you must be able to run fast enough to qualify for your events at meets.

  • The following members are on the Ohio Track And Field Team:
  • Jessica (a senior from Columbus)
  • Emily (a junior from Cleveland Heights)
  • Wendy (a sophomore from Cincinnati)
  • Jackie (a freshman from Athens)

They each hope that this summer will bring them closer together as teammates and friends!

Bobcats Travel To Vanderbilt For Last Indoor Meet Of The Season

On Friday, March 30th, the Ohio Bobcats will travel to Vanderbilt for the last meet of their indoor season. The meet is a part of the All-Ohio Championship and will be held at the Vanderbilt Track and Field Complex in Nashville, Tennessee. This marks the team’s first trip to Vanderbilt since 2014 and it will be their first time competing against SEC opponents since that season as well.

Ohio Track & Field Set To Face Competition At Vanderbilt

On Friday, the Ohio Track and Field team will be traveling to Nashville, Tennessee, to compete at Vanderbilt University. As the official website of Vanderbilt Athletics states: “Vanderbilt has consistently been ranked among the top 50 national universities by U.S. News & World Report.” The team has a good record on their home field; they are currently 25-3 in their last 28 games against the Commodores (with a winning percentage of 89 percent). This season they have won all five meets they’ve competed in so far this year—including three dual matches against Ohio State University and one win against Penn State University and Iowa State University in other events such as cross country running or basketball games played indoors rather than outdoors like soccer or football might be played where weather conditions don’t affect either side’s performance due to rain being able to fall down upon them during play time.”

Ohio Track And Field Heads Into Final Indoor Meet Of The Season At Vanderbilt

Ohio Track and Field will compete in its final meet of the indoor season at the Vanderbilt Invitational on Saturday, February 24th. The meet will take place at Vanderbilt’s Indoor Track and Field Facility. The competition is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. ET and can be viewed online here:

Ohio Track And Field Ends Indoor Season With Fifth Place Finish For Men, Ninth For Women At MAC Championships

Ohio Track and Field ended its indoor season at the Mid-American Conference Championships, which were held at Ohio State on Friday and Saturday. On Friday, the men’s team took fifth place with 1,908 points and the women finished in ninth with 785 points.

The men set a school record in the 4×400 relay with 3:10.69 to finish fourth overall. Team members include Michael Salazar, Brandon Dennis (Sr., Columbus/Eastmoor Academy), Chris O’Kelley (So., Cincinnati/Walnut Hills) and Christopher Agosto (So., Westlake). The women also set a school record in their 4×200 relay with 1:41.98 to take second place overall while setting another school record by finishing third in their 4×400 relay with 3:38.78 to take second place overall as well

Ohio Track And Field Competes In Day Two Of MAC Championships

The Ohio men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in the second day of the 2019 Mid-American Conference Championships on Saturday, May 18. The men finished third with 12 points, while the women placed fifth with five points.

Ohio opened up competition in both events by sending three competitors to compete in the 100m dash prelims and finals. Freshman Jonathan Gray led off for the Brown & Gold, finishing sixth overall with a time of 11.03 seconds. Junior Seth Johnson followed him at 13th place (11.17) and junior Jason Williams was right behind at 15th place (11.18).

The 4x100m relay team also had a successful day as they advanced all three legs from Friday’s preliminary round into Sunday’s final race where they earned fourth place overall with 42 points behind only Buffalo (38), Toledo (37), and Bowling Green (31).

We have a great track program here at OU.

We have a great track program here at OU.

We are one of the best in the NCAA, and we’ve won many championships.


We are excited to see our track team compete at the All-Ohio Championship. The Bobcats should have a good showing this weekend, and we hope for another strong performance from them.

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