According to a memo released by the NCAA earlier this month, scoring adjustments have been made to the results of the 2005 NCAA Division III Men’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships due to “eligibility issues involving member institutions”.
Nebraska Wesleyan University Director of Track & Cross Country Dr. Ted Bulling has released the names of 30 recruits who plan to compete in cross country and/or track and field while attending NWU in 2005-06.
Nebraska Wesleyan sprinter Gordie Coffin (So., Osceola, Neb., Osceola High School) today became the 56th student-athlete in school history to be named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® Team as selected by CoSIDA.
Conference champions and All-Americans are common in the Nebraska Wesleyan track and field program, but 2005 also yielded a first in school history as the Prairie Wolves finished the outdoor season rated No. 1 in the men’s power rankings for NCAA Division III.
Nebraska Wesleyan’s men finished in the top four at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships for the third year in a row and every member of the men’s team who competed is returning home an All-American.
Nebraska Wesleyan’s men limped into day one of the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships, but they were feeling no pain amidst the celebration after winning the distance medley relay in Friday’s final event.
Nebraska Wesleyan University has 15 student-athletes who have earned the privilege to compete with the nation’s elite at the 2005 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships to be held on Friday and Saturday in Bloomington, Ill.
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