Track & Field

Akinniyi rekindles love for running with Southern Miss track team

Southern Miss senior Ola Akinniyi has made the rare transition of becoming a two-sport athlete. Akinniyi has been on the Southern Miss soccer team...

John Warren headlines Southern Miss performance at Vanderbilt Invite

Southern Miss had another successful weekend during its second indoor track meet at the Vanderbilt Invitational on Jan. 18-19. Senior John Warren continues to build...

Southern Miss opens indoor track season at Blazer Invite

Southern Miss opened the indoor track and field season with eight top-three finishes and three event winners at the Blazer Invitational hosted by UAB...

UAB Blazer Invitational Photo Gallery

All photos by Michael Sandoz

Southern Miss women’s track and field wins first ever C-USA championship

The Southern Miss women’s track and field team won its first outdoor conference championship in Houston, Texas last Sunday. The group had previously been...

Track and field competes at Warkhawk Classic

The Southern Miss track team continued its season at the Warhawk Classic in Monroe, Louisiana. The Golden Eagles had five event winners and set...

Southern Miss Track and Field Competes in Crimson Tide Invitational

Southern Miss traveled to Tuscaloosa to compete in the Crimson Tide Invitational where the men and women’s teams combined for four event wins and...

Women’s track and field takes wins the Florida State Relays

The Southern Miss track team traveled to Tallahassee, Florida, where the women’s team won the team title with a score of 130 points while...
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