1. Penn Relays To Be Exclusively Streamed On FloSports Through 2025

    Penn Relays To Be Exclusively Streamed On FloSports Through 2025

    Apr 6, 2021

    The Penn Relays has announced a new five-year partnership with FloSports, a leading sports streaming and original content network, to be the new digital broadcast home of the Penn Relays. An award-winning digital platform featuring over 25 vertical sports categories, FloSports will now globally stream more than 350 Penn Relays’ events over 32 hours during the traditional three-day event, which takes place annually during the last weekend in April at historic Franklin Field. The new partnership will extend coverage of the Penn Relays beyond April and the two parties will collaborate to develop additional content throughout the year. All Penn Relays programming and content will be distributed on FloSports’ industry-leading Track & Field dedicated platform, FloTrack.

  2. WATCH LIVE: NCAA Championship Watch Parties With FloTrack

    WATCH LIVE: NCAA Championship Watch Parties With FloTrack

    Mar 15, 2021

    Join Kevin and Gordon, on March 13th and March 15th for three NCAA Championship watch parties. There have never been back-to-back track and cross country championships (and hopefully there never will be again), which means there will be plenty to discuss, debate and analyze. Morgan McDonald and Courtney Frerichs will join the team on Monday for the cross country championships.

  3. How Christian Noble Began Breaking DII Records

    How Christian Noble Began Breaking DII Records

    Feb 23, 2021

    When Christian Noble made Foot Locker Nationals in 2015 as a senior at Mt. Vernon (IN) High School, he truly thought that would be the pinnacle of his running career.

  4. Big Running Weekend Ahead On Both Track & Roads

    Big Running Weekend Ahead On Both Track & Roads

    Dec 3, 2020

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  5. Michigan State Coach Walt Drenth Retires

    Michigan State Coach Walt Drenth Retires

    Dec 1, 2020

    November 22, 2014, was a magical day for Michigan State director of cross country and track and field, Walt Drenth.  His Spartan women, six of whom came from Michigan high schools, showed their superior depth and dominated the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind., despite putting only one athlete --sophomore Rachele Schulist-- in the top-10.  They scored 85 points to Iowa State's 147, giving Michigan State their first and only women's national cross country title.

  6. Clemson Cuts Men's Track and Field, Cross Country

    Clemson Cuts Men's Track and Field, Cross Country

    Nov 5, 2020

    Clemson University announced on Thursday that it is cutting men’s indoor and outdoor track and field and cross country effective June 2021, becoming the first Power Five school to eliminate all three programs in 2020.