For some athletes, the NCAA Championships are a chance to surpass themselves — not just their competitors. Cal’s Tracey Stewart will be content to reach her full potential in the triple jump this week in Des Moines, Iowa.
Cal track and field coach Tony Sandoval motivates some of his younger athletes by using Steve Sodaro as an example of hard work’s rewards.
Oregon’s three-time NCAA decathlon champion Ashton Eaton graduated last year, opening up the field this spring Cal senior Mike Morrison. With the nation’s highest score in the event this season (7,921 points), the transfer from Florida heads to Des Moines, Iowa as the favorite.
After a rocky start to his senior season, Steve Sodaro has the chance to end his collegiate career on a high note. He ran his fastest 3000m steeplechase of the season at this past weekend’s NCAA West Preliminaries to advance to next week’s NCAA Championships, where he will aim to
After breaking a school record in the 60m hurdles in February, Ray Stewart wasn’t impressed. “I definitely feel like I can run faster,” he said. Stewart has yet to stop impressing since then, continually earning himself a spot in track highlights and headlines. His most recent accomplishment came at this