Mar. 2,3 – Beach Opener Invite – CSULB (Full Results | uscResults)
Mar. 16,17 – Trojan Invite – USC (Meet Info)
Mar. 23,24 – Power 5 Trailblazer Challenge – USC (Meet Info)
Mar. 31 – Calif. Collegiate Invite – UCSD (Meet Info)
Apr. 6.7 – Sun Angel Classic – ASU (Meet Info)
Apr. 13,14 – Triton Invite – UCSD (Meet Info)
Apr. 19-21 – Mt. SAC Relays @El Camino Col. (Meet Info)
Apr. 29(Sun) – USC @UCLA – (Meet Day Info)
May 5,6 – PAC-12 Multi Championships – Stanford
May 12,13 – PAC-12 Championships – Stanford (Meet page)
May 24-26 – NCAA West Regionals – Sacramento
Jun. 6-9 – NCAA Championships – Eugene
Jan. 19,20 – MLK Indoor, New Mexico (uscResults | Full results)
Jan. 26,27 – Razorback Invite, Arkansas (uscResults | Full results)
Feb. 9,10 – Clemson Tiger Paw Invite, South Carolina (Full results)
Feb. 16 – NAU Tune-Up meet | Arkansas Qualifier (uscResults)
Feb. 23,24 – MPSF Championships, Seattle WA (uscResults | Full results)
Mar. 9,10 – NCAA Indoors, Texas A&M (uscResults | Full Results)
Mar. 17,18 – Trojan Invite – Full Results | uscResults
Mar. 23,24 – Jim Klein Combined Events Invite – Results
Mar. 24,25 – Aztec Invitational – Full Results | uscResults
Mar. 29- Apr.1 – Texas Relays – Full Results | uscResults
Apr. 1 – Calif. Collegiate – Full Results | uscResults
Apr. 8 – Battle of the Bayou – Full Results | uscResults
Apr. 13 – Pacific Coast Intercollegiate – Full Results | uscResults
Apr. 13-15 – Beach Invite – Full Results | uscResults
Apr. 13-15 – Mt. SAC Relays – Full Results | uscResults
Apr. 21 – Triton Invite – Full Results
Apr. 29,30 – USC/UCLA – Meet Results
May 6,7 – PAC-12 Multi Championships – Results
May 13,14 – PAC-12 Championships – Full Results | uscResults
May 25-27 – NCAA West Regionals – Full Results | uscResults
Jun. 7-10 – NCAA Championships – Full Results | uscResults
June. 22-25 – USATF National & Jr. Championships – Full Results | uscResults
July 21-23 – Pan American Jr. Championships – Lima, Peru (Schedule/Results)
Aug, 4-13 – IAAF World Championships – London (Info | Schedule/Results)
Jan. 20,21 – Rod McCravy Invite – Full Results | uscResults
Jan. 27,28 – Razorback Invite – Full Results | uscResults
Feb. 3,4 – New Mexico Classic – Full Results | uscResults
Feb. 10,11 – Tyson Invite – Full Results | uscResults
Feb. 10,11 – Husky Invite – Full Results | uscResults
Feb. 24,25 – MPSF Championships – Full Results | uscResults
Mar. 10,11 – NCAA Indoors – Full Results | uscResults
Volunteer to Work the March Track Meets at USC
3/11 – USC Runs to New World/College/School Records
Trojans on a tear at NCAA Indoors. Men miss title by 3pts. Recap.
3/4 – I’m late, I’m late. No time to say hello-goodbye…
Sorry for the later update, but I was out all day yesterday. uscResults I’ll relink the full results once they’re posted.
2/24 – USC Wins MPSF Championships
Both men & women’s teams victorious. Recap.
2/15 – Messed Up Email – Two New Meets
The email I just sent out got messed up. It was about the newly added meets for Friday (tomorrow).
We have a couple of small delegations going to Arkansas and Flagstaff.
2/10 – Men’s 4×400 Relay Light Up TigerPaw meet
The men’s 4×4 set a new NCAA Indoor record with a World leading 3:01.98.time
2/4 – RIP Cliff Bourland
Olympic gold medal sprinter and two-time NCAA 440-yard dash champion Cliff Bourland, who was the USA’s oldest living Olympic gold medalist and USC’s oldest surviving Olympic medalist, died on Thursday (Feb. 1) of complications due to pneumonia in Santa Monica, Calif. He was 97.
Bourland won a gold medal at the 1948 London Olympics while running the second leg on the USA’s 1600-meter relay team. He also placed fifth in the 200-meter dash in those London Games.
He lettered for three years (1941-42-43) on USC’s track and field team, as the Trojans won the NCAA team championship each year under coach Dean Cromwell. He was a captain of Troy’s 1943 squad, which sent just four athletes (including Bourland) to the NCAA Meet yet won the team title. He captured the NCAA 440-yard title in 1942 and 1943. He also competed in the 100- and 220-yard dashes at the NCAA Meet, placing third in the 100 and second in the 220 in 1941 and then third in the 220 in both 1942 and 1943. The 46 total points he scored at the NCAAs was a school record (and currently is fourth most ever).
He is survived by his wife Caroline Jane, his sons Cliff Jr. and Alexander, his daughter Rhonda Jane Groves, his grandson David Groves and his grandchildren Avery and Jackson Groves.
The family will hold a private service.
2/2 – We’re on a ‘bye’ week
No meet on tap for this weekend, but the team travels to South Carolina next week for the TigerPaw Invitational at Clemson Univ.. We’ll have you all linked by next Thursday.
1/26 – Razorback Traveling Squad
Here’s a quick list of Trojans at the Invite:
Men – Alexander Barnum, T.J. Brock, Randall Cunningham, Robert Ford, Matthew Katnik, Nick Moore, Ricky Morgan Jr., Marquis Morris, Nick Ponzio, Alex Rohani, Cameron Samuel, Earnest Sears III, Zach Shinnick, Eric Sloan and Dominic Smallwood.
Women – Angie Annelus, Chanel Brissett, Anna Cockrell, Kyra Constantine, Courtney Corrin, Kendall Ellis, Zaria Francis, Dior Hall, Deanna Hill, Breana Jemison, Margaux Jones, Lyndsey Lopes, Mecca McGlaston, Madisen Richards, Shante Robinson, Mikaela Smith, TeeTee Terry and Ky Westbrook.
1/21 – MLK Invitational Recap
Meet Recap. Next week the team travels to Arkansas for the Razorback Invite.
1/15 – Happy New Year
The new track season is here. The team travels to New Mexico this week for the MLK Invitational. As result links go active we’ll get those posted up.