NCAA Championship Qualifying Criteria


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2013 NCAA DIVISION I INDOOR TRACK & FIELD

From the NCAA DI Pre-Championships Manual (as of 12/4/12):

(summarized when necessary and emphasis added)

Section 2.4 – Selection Criteria

Standards. There are no qualifying standards for the championships season. There will be a track indexing standard to delineate the different indexing among flat, undersized, banked and oversized. Altitude conversions, as well as other conversions, are based on a formula and will be done as results are submitted (to TFRRS).

General Term

Conversion Term

Track Length

Track Verticality

Undersized

Undersized

Less than 200 Meters

Flat or Banked

Flat

Flat

200 Meters

Flat

Banked

Banked/Oversized

200 Meters

Banked

Oversized

Banked/Oversized

More than 200 Meters

Flat

Download NCAA conversion calculator (.exe)

Qualifying Criteria. Qualification to the championships is based on descending-order list for the season andadhering to the qualifying regulations/criteria published on NCAA.org. For each individual event contested, thetop 16 declared student-athletes will be accepted into the competition. For each relay event contested, the top 12 declared relay teams will be accepted into the competition. The stated maximums are absolute and will not be extended as a result of ties.

Ties. See 2013 Indoor Track & Field Technical Manual (technical manual to be released in mid-December. The rules concerning ties will be similar to what has been used to determine the outdoor preliminary round fields).

NCAA Indoor Conversion Charts