1. Arkansas Star Taylor Werner Signs With Puma

    Arkansas Star Taylor Werner Signs With Puma

    Dec 2, 2020

    University of Arkansas All-American Taylor Werner has turned professional and signed with Puma, according to multiple sources. Werner will join a newly established Puma-sponsored group in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

  2. Running Towards Her Dreams

    Running Towards Her Dreams

    Dec 2, 2020

    Via Under Armour

  3. Weini Kelati Signs With Under Armour, Joins Dark Sky Distance Team

    Weini Kelati Signs With Under Armour, Joins Dark Sky Distance Team

    Dec 2, 2020

    Two-time NCAA champion Weini Kelati of New Mexico has turned professional and signed a sponsorship deal with Under Armour. The 2019 NCAA cross country national champion is joining the new Dark Sky Distance group in Flagstaff, Arizona, coached by Stephen Haas, which includes notable athletes Sharon Lokedi and Rachel Schneider, among others.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. Christian Coleman Receives Two-Year Suspension

    Christian Coleman Receives Two-Year Suspension

    Oct 27, 2020

    Christian Coleman, the 2019 100m world champion, has been banned from the sport for two years. The fastest man in the world now will likely miss next summer's Olympics, the result of a case that was rooted in missed drug tests and spanned the past two years.