Women's outdoor track and field is consistently popular, and program recruitment can still be fairly competitive. The outdoor track and field season is in the spring, with NCAA championships held in May or June, depending on your division.
Recruiting for outdoor track can begin as early as middle school. College coaches want to see how an athlete grows and improves. Division I track and field can be very competitive and scholarships are limited. Do not rule out DII and DIII teams, as they can also provide you with challenging, competitive and rewarding experiences. Consider the college as a whole when making your decision; academics, student life and other extracurricular opportunities will be important in receiving a well-rounded education.
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