Illinois Wesleyan University

2005 NCAA Division III
Men's and Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships

The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh repeated as the women's champion and the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse won its fifth straight men's title in the 2005 NCAA Division III national indoor track and field championships, held March 11-12 at Illinois Wesleyan's Shirk Center.

Complete Results

Championship Notes, Saturday, March 12

Championship Notes, Friday, March 11

The 200 male and 200 female athletes qualified for the national meet by reaching the automatic and provisional standards established for each event. The spots remaining in the field after the automatic qualifiers are entered were filled on Mon., March 7, from the descending-order list of provisional qualifiers.

Read more about the meet here.

Entrants: The following entrants were submitted for consideration in the 2005 Division III Men's and Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships Handbook. Click here for the women's entrants (by school) pdf file and Click here for the men's entrants (by school) pdf file.

Note to coaches: Questions regarding field size and other information can be answered by the 2005 Division III Men's and Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships Handbook. Click here for the pdf file.

Purchasing equipment: The track and field equipment, provided to the NCAA Championships by UCS of Lincolnton, N.C., will be available for purchase online. To see all the prices and the equipment available, along with details on how to order, click here for the pdf file.

The Shirk Athletic Center, home of the 2004-2005 championships, opened in 1994. The Shirk Center is named in honor of Russell Shirk, Illinois Wesleyan Class of 1943, and his wife, Betty Shirk. The center features a 200-meter, six-lane indoor track plus full indoor track-and-field facilities, two baseball/softball batting cages, and four multi-use courts for tennis, recreational basketball, volleyball, and badminton, as well as space to practice golf. It also houses facilities for baseball/softball infield practice. The performance arena seats 2,500 for varsity basketball and volleyball. A fitness center includes three racquet courts and an exercise room containing fitness equipment and free weights. The Fort Natatorium is connected to the Shirk Center, forming a comprehensive activity center for use by all Illinois Wesleyan students.

For a 360-degree virtual tour of the Shirk Center, click on the photograph above.

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