TYLER, Texas – The University of Dallas women’s track and field team competed in its second competition this spring at the Marc Randle Classic hosted by University of Texas at Tyler. Diana Hassink (Tulsa, Okla.) broke her own record in the Shot Put (11.98m) and claimed 2nd in the event.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas – The University of Dallas women’s track and field team began the 2018 season at the Trinity Open on Saturday. Diana Hassink (Tulsa, Okla.) claimed the highest spot for the Crusaders individually in the Shot Put with third place thanks to a 10.98 Meter throw. Jules Oliveti (Southlake, Texas) debuted with a 9.35m for ninth. She was the top distance in her flight.
IRVING, Texas – The University of Dallas track and field team has finalized its 2018 schedule. Under the leadership of fourth-year head coach Matt Barber, the Crusaders have seven competitions on the docket this spring. The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Championships headline the schedule with the two-day event being hosted April 27th-28th by Texas Lutheran University.
IRVING, Texas – Shelby Waldron, a dual sport athlete for the University of Dallas women’s basketball team and women’s track & field team, competed in and won the Miss Texas beauty pageant in early August. A few weeks ago, Waldron was able to be in the parade at the State Fair of Texas with two other winners.
IRVING, Texas – With one week remaining before the University of Dallas men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s cross country, women’s cross country, and volleyball players move-in for preseason practices, here is a final look at standout moments from the 2016-17 academic year.
NEW ORLEANS, La. – Scholar Teams of the Year and All-Academic Team honors for the 2016-17 NCAA Division III Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field seasons were announced Thursday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. – The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) announced its 2017 Spring Student-Athlete Academic Honor Roll today and 456 student-athletes made the list. Since its inception in 1997 just under 25,000 male and female student-athletes have been recognized for their contributions in the classroom.