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Panthers Open Friday

The 2017-18 track and field season officially begins for Northern Iowa on Friday, as the Panthers travel to Ames for the Cyclone Duals. Competition will begin at 4 p.m., both on the track and in the field. The meet will feature three teams, UNI, host Iowa State and Drake. Courtesy Panthers Athletics, click here! Feature Photo: Brette […]

Cyclones Ready For Indoor Season

The Iowa State track and field season begins Friday with ISU hosting the Cyclone Duals at the Lied Recreation Athletic Center. Competition will begin at 4 p.m. both on the track and in the field, and admission to the meet is free. The competition will be a three-team meet between the host Cyclones and in-state […]

Hawks Set For Black and Gold While Signing 25

The University of Iowa track and field team hosts its annual Black & Gold Intrasquad Saturday at 3 p.m. (CT) at the UI Recreation building. Admission to the event is free. Live results of the meet will be online at hawkeyesports.com/tracklive. Courtesy Hawkeye Athletics, click here! Feature Photo: Hawkeyes’ Indoor Track ©Hawkeye Athletics-Darren Miller-2016 The meet includes […]

Next Level Iowa Podcast For December 5, 2017: Coach Joey Woody

On this edition of the Next Level Iowa Podcast we talk about the emerging indoor track season, we remember Drake’s Paul Morrison and we talk with Iowa Hawkeye Head Track Coach Joey Woody. All this and more on this week’s Next Level Iowa Podcast Feature photo: Joey Woody & the Iowa Hawkeyes ©Darren Miller Hawkeyesports.com 2017 http://media.blubrry.com/mouthofthemidwest/p/nextleveliowa.com/old/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/next-level-iowa-12-5-2017-coach-Joey-woodey-12517-12.12-PM.mp3Podcast: […]

DuHawks Solis Earns Performer of the Week

Following the season-opener last Saturday, Loras sophomore Gabrielle Noland and junior Bella Solis have been named Iowa Conference Performers of the Week for women’s track and field, as announced by the league office on Monday. Courtesy DuHawks Athletics, click here! Feature photo: With 54 team points, the Duhawks won the women’s title at the Battle […]

Schweizer Gets Some Redemption in Boston

Karissa Schweizer-Dowling-Mizzou got a little revenge Saturday evening at the Boston University Season Opener, as she out kicked  the NCAA XC Champion, Ednah Kurgat-New Mexico, running her first indoor 5k in a new PR of 15:17.31. Here is a video of the race provided by Flotrack, click here! Feature photo: Karissa Schweizer-Dowling-Mizzou ©Jim Kirby 2017  

ADM Prep, Dufoe Out of the Gates Strong For Coyotes

South Dakota senior Gawain Williams and junior Karina Dufoe swept the 60 meters and 200 meters to highlight the Coyotes in action over the weekend at the SDSU Holiday Open inside the Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex. The Coyotes were victorious in 10 events. Courtesy Coyotes Athletics, click here! Feature photo: Karina Dufoe-ADM-S. Dakota ©Aaron Packard-Coyote Athletics   South […]

Simpson’s McKenzie Leaves His Mark

Gunner Davis of the Simpson Simpsonian filed a story on Ian Mckenzie’s strong cross country season his senior year.  Below is an excerpt of his story.  For the full story, click here!   During this season, McKenzie was named IIAC performer of the week, was awarded all-conference honors and earned a trip to nationals. McKenzie ran the […]

Drake Legend Paul Morrison Passes Away

A sad day in Bulldog World today with the loss of Paul Morrison. I first met Paul in 1980 when I was the producer of The Chuck Shelton Coach’s Show. Drake was one of the most traveled football teams in the nation that year. Three times Drake traveled to Texas to play Lamar, W. Texas […]

Where Are They Now?: Phil Coppess

Phil Coppess More often than not, when a track coach tells a young runner that he is “more fit for the marathon,” than a regular season track event, it is because the lad is a bit slow and the coach doesn’t want to hurt his feelings. Feature photo: Twin Cities Pioneer Press, click here! This was […]