Brandeis University will serve as host of the 2019 UAA Indoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday and Sunday.
Brandeis University senior Emily Bryson of Quincy, Massachusetts, has been named the Division III National Runner of the Week by the United States Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
The Brandeis University track and field team competed in a pair of meets in their warm-up for hosting next weekend's University Athletic Association championships.
On a day where the University of Chicago track & field teams celebrated its 18-member senior class, the Maroons dominated the field in Saturday's Margaret Bradley Invitational held at Henry Crown Field House.
The Carnegie Mellon University women's track and field team competed both at the Ohio State University Indoor Collegiate Meet in Columbus, Ohio and the Mount Union Raider Tune-Up in Alliance, Ohio.
Highlighting the Spartan performances on Saturday, junior Abby Waltz won the pole vault as the Case Western Reserve University women's track and field team finished competition at the Kent State Tune Up in Kent, Ohio.
No team score was compiled at the Illinois College Hilltop Invitational but that didn't stop the nationally ranked Washington University in St. Louis track & field program from leaving its mark.
The Emory University women's track and field team enjoyed a successful afternoon at the Sewanee Indoor Invitational as the Eagles won the meet with a team score of 126.
The Washington University in St. Louis women's track & field program placed first in a nationally competitive Midwest Elite Invite in Whitewater, Wis. that featured six top-25 programs.
Emily Bryson of Brandeis Lowers NCAA Division III Best Mile Time, leads Distance Medley Relay to Top-Three Time
The Brandeis University track and field team competed at a pair of meets this weekend, running at the David Hemery Valentine Classic at BU on Friday and Saturday and at the Gordon Kelley Invitational at MIT on Saturday.