WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD HISTORY

2013 4X400 Outdoor All-Americans
(l. to r.): Ashley Graves, Annie Lynch,
Desiree Darling & Amanda Murashige

 

Williams College has built a strong program over the years and has compiled an impressive resume.

2007
NCAA Team Indoor Champion


30
NCAA Top 10 Finishes
(including 2nd thrice)

 

NCAA TOP 10 CHAMPIONSHIP FINISHES

NCAA Outdoor   NCAA Indoor
      2018 2nd
2017 3rd   2017 4th
2014 8th   2014 5th
2013 10th   2013 10th
2012 5th   2011 7th
2011 5th   2008 9th
2010 6th   2007 1st
2007 9th   2006 2nd
2006 2nd   2005 4th
2005 7th   2003 3rd
2004 8th   2002 4th
2003 8th   2001 3rd
2002 3rd   2000 3rd
2001 5th   1999 7th
2000 7th   1996 7th
1995 10th      


22
NCAA Individual Champions

Indoor Champions

Outdoor Champions

224
NCAA All-Americans
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All-Americans since 1989


1
All-New England Team Champion 2007
Only DIII school to ever win All-New England Championship
vs. D1, D2, and D3 competition

All-American Jenna Adams '14



20
Division III New England Team Champions


24
NESCAC Team Champions


32
Little Three Titles


8
ECAC Team Champions

All-American Amina Avril '14

 

In 2007, Williams edged Boston College and Dartmouth to become the first Division III team to be champions of the All-New England Championships. Williams emerged as the victors in the 2007 Indoor NCAA Championship meet after finishing runner-up in 2006 in both indoor and outdoor campaigns.

The Ephs have also been 3rd four times: 2003 (Indoors), 2002(Outdoors), 2001(Outdoors), 2000 (Outdoors)

Williams is a special place with a tremendous tradition. The Track & Field teams combine enthusiasm and sacrifice, commitment and camaraderie, to produce success and enjoyment. Williams T&F is noted for its achievements on the track and are just as highly regarded for their sportsmanship and their upbeat spirit in competition.