As IU students were wrapping up their finals, the Indiana women’s track and field team was wrapping up its regular season.
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Indiana women’s track and field traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to compete in the Penn Relays against 181 schools this past weekend. The Penn Relays was the penultimate meet of the regular season and facing that amount of schools was just what Indiana needed going into the postseason.
Indiana track and field played host to the Indiana Invitational at the Robert C. Haugh Complex over the weekend. It was the first time an outdoor meet occurred at Indiana this season, and the Hoosiers welcomed 21 schools from across the Midwest.
Indiana women’s track and field traveled down to Louisville, Kentucky, to compete in the Louisville Invitational over the weekend. The Louisville Invitational was a smaller meet with only six colleges competing, Indiana, Louisville, Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame and Purdue.
Indiana women’s track and field competed at the Tennessee Relays and the Pacesetter Sports Invitational this weekend in Knoxville, Tennessee, and Terre Haute, Indiana, respectively.
Indiana women’s track and field competed at the Pepsi Florida Relays this weekend in Gainesville, Florida. The Hoosiers and the 37 other competing schools faced a six-hour weather delay due to storms and inclement weather.
Indiana women’s track and field had its first meet of the outdoor season in Raleigh, North Carolina, from Thursday to Saturday. Coming off a one-week break from competition after the conclusion of the indoor schedule, the Hoosiers were ready to get back on the track.
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Indiana women’s track and field competed against the best of the Big Ten at the Big Ten Indoor Track and Field Championships this weekend in Geneva, Ohio. The team finished in ninth place overall with a final score of 33 points.
Indiana women’s track and field team sent select athletes up north this weekend to compete in the Alex Wilson Invitational at the University of Notre Dame. Indiana competed in five events to give specific athletes another opportunity to race before the Big Ten Championships Friday and Saturday.
Two weeks before the 2022 Big Ten Indoor Track and Field Championships, Indiana women’s track and field capitalized on its chance to prepare by participating in three different meets over the weekend.
The Indiana women’s track and field team was affected by the winter storm Thursday, as the team wasn’t able to compete in events Friday night due to bus travel issues heading up to the Meyo Invitational at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana.
Indiana women’s track and field competed in its second home meet of the season this weekend, welcoming athletes from all over the country to compete in the Indiana University Relays at Harry Gladstein Fieldhouse.
Indiana women’s track and field competed in its first home meet of the season over the weekend, the Gladstein Invitational, at Harry Gladstein Fieldhouse. Indiana welcomed athletes from all over the country, including the University of Cincinnati, Oakland University, University of Dayton, Eastern Illinois University, Lipscomb University, Saint Louis University and Butler University.
The Indiana women’s track and field team started the new year with a split-meet over the weekend. Indiana’s runners and pole vaulters competed at the Simmons-Harvey Invitational hosted by Michigan, while the field athletes were invited to the Commodore Challenge hosted by Vanderbilt University over a two-day span in Nashville, Tenn.
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The months from October to December are filled with festivities in the midst of Halloween, Diwali, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa.
The COVID-19 outbreak in 2020 resulted in isolation, social distancing, online classes and no events with crowds in big venues.
Many college students want to find exciting things to do over the weekends. Some people go home if they live close to campus. Other students also go to parties or bars to unwind after a hard week. When there is an IU football game, or other sporting event, many students choose to tailgate and watch the Hoosiers play.