How do you qualify for the NCAA Division II Track and Field Championships?

How do you qualify for the NCAA Division II Track and Field Championships?

NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track & Field Championships Homepage. Student-athletes qualify to the Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships by meeting performance standards during the regular season. Qualifying standards must be met during the current season in indoor competition.

When is the qualifying period for the NCAA Championships?

Qualifying Period December 1 through the second Sunday prior to the national championships. (Exceptions: A combined event competition concluding December 1 falls within the qualifying window. In addition, conference championships concluding by 5 p.m. Eastern the second Monday prior to the national championships fall within the qualifying window.

How are NCAA Division 2 cross country teams selected?

Team At-large Selection: Ten (10) at-large teams will be selected by the NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Committee using the below-outlined selection criteria (in priority order). There is no limit to the number of at-large teams that may be selected from any given region. ( details)

How many teams are eligible for the NCAA DIII championship?

There is no limit to the number of at-large individuals that may be selected from the same region. ( details) A total of 32 teams compete as a team at the NCAA DIII Championships. 16 bids are automatic (top two teams in each of eight regions), 16 bids are at-large.

How many high school track and field athletes are there?

With over one million high school track and field athletes and 37,000 NCAA track and field athletes, you might wonder just how fast or far you need to run, jump, or throw to get recruited. Track and field recruiting standards vary across:

When do you have to qualify for the NCAA Championships?

The third Thursday in February through the second Sunday prior to the national championships. The qualifying marks must be made in a scheduled collegiate or open track and field meet conducted under the NCAA Rules of Competition or an open track and field competition conducted under the competition rules of the NCAA, USATF or IAAF.

How many teams go to the NCAA DIII Championships?

A total of 32 teams compete as a team at the NCAA DIII Championships. 16 bids are automatic (top two teams in each of eight regions), 16 bids are at-large. At-large selection: The NCAA DIII Men’s and Women’s Track & Field and Cross Country Committee is tasked with selecting the 16 at-large teams for the national championships.