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NCAA Awards Championships to Several Sites

Courtesy: Tom Lewis, USTFCCCA

November 1, 2012    

NEW ORLEANS – The NCAA announced several future championship sites for all divisions on Thursday morning. Cross country championships sites were set for the 2013 Division III run and all track & field championships in all divisions are set for the 2014 indoor and outdoor seasons.

Full NCAA Release | USTFCCCA InfoZone — Championships Portal

Hanover (Ind.) will host the 2013 NCAA DIII Cross Country Championships, marking their third time as national-championship host. The school also hosted in 2003 and 2008.

In Division I, the indoor track & field national championships in 2014 will be held in Albuquerque, N.M., at the Albuquerque Convention Center and hosted by the University of New Mexico. It will mark the first time the meet will be held in The Duke City and, at 5,312 feet (1,619 meters), the first time the meet will be held at statistical “altitude” (over 1,000 meters, 3,280 feet). Albuquerque has served as hosts of the 2010 and 2011 NCAA Division II Indoor Championships and the USATF Indoor Championships since 2010.

North Florida will serve as hosts of the 2014 DI East Preliminary Round for the outdoor season.

The Division II indoor meet in 2014 will be held in Salem, N.C., and hosted by Winston-Salem State. During the outdoor season, the national championships will stay in the Tar Heel State as Saint Augustine’s will host in Raleigh.

Division III will hold their indoor national championships in 2014 in Lincoln, Neb., at the University of Nebraska’s Devaney Center. Nebraska Wesleyan will serve as hosts of the indoor meet while Ohio Wesleyan will take over those duties for the outdoor championships in ’14.

Future Collegiate Championships

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

CROSS COUNTRY
NCAA Division I – NCAA Sites: MEN | WOMEN 
2012: Louisville, Ky. (host: Louisville), November 17
2013: Terre Haute, Ind. (host: Indiana State), November 23
NCAA Division II – NCAA Sites: MEN | WOMEN 
2012: Joplin, Mo. (host: Missouri Southern), November 17
2013: Spokane, Wash. (Host: GNAC), November 23
NCAA Division III - NCAA Sites: MEN | WOMEN 
2012: Terre Haute, Ind. (host: Rose-Hulman), November 17
2013: Hanover, Ind. (host: Hanover), November 23

INDOOR TRACK & FIELD
NCAA Division I – NCAA Sites: MEN | WOMEN
2013: Fayetteville, Ark. (host: Arkansas), March 8-9
2014: Albuquerque, N.M. (host: New Mexico), March 14-15
NCAA Division II – NCAA Sites: MEN | WOMEN 
2013: Birmingham, Ala. (Birmingham CrossPlex), March 8-9
2014: Salem, N.C. (host: Winston-Salem State), March 14-15
NCAA Division III – NCAA Sites: MEN | WOMEN
2013: Naperville, Ill. (host: North Central (Ill.)), March 9-10 
2014: Lincoln, Neb. (host: Nebraska Wesleyan), March 14-15

OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD
NCAA Division I – NCAA Sites: MEN | WOMEN
2013: (final site) Eugene, Ore. (host: Oregon), June 5-8
—– (West prelims) Austin, Texas (host: Texas), May 23-25
—– (East prelims) Greensboro, N.C. (host: North Carolina), May 23-25
2014: (final site) Eugene, Ore. (host: Oregon) 
—– (West prelims) TBD
—– (East prelims) Jacksonville, Fla. (host: North Florida)
NCAA Division II - NCAA Sites: MEN | WOMEN 
2013: Pueblo, Colo. (host: CSU-Pueblo), May 23-25 
2014: Raleigh, N.C. (host: Saint Augustine’s), May 22-24
NCAA Division III - NCAA Sites: MEN | WOMEN 
2013: La Crosse, Wis. (host: UW-La Crosse), May 23-25 
2014: Delaware, Ohio (host: Ohio Wesleyan), May 22-24



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