Monday, January 25, 2010

The official NCAA performance lists are up and running...

The official NCAA indoor track & field results reporting system web site is now up and running., which is backed by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association is the official site where results from all of the collegiate meets from around the country are uploaded by meet directors from the various schools.

The technology behind the TFRRS system is powered by DirectAthletics.

The system will be a searchable database that collects and tracks complete results from meets across the country. Both NCAA Division I and NCAA Division II will use TFRRS as their Proof of Performance systems for indoor and outdoor national championships in 2010.

"The committee is very excited about the Track and Field Results Reporting System," said Holly Sheilley, chair of the Division I Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Committee.

"It will provide NCAA Division I track and field with a central performance database for all athletes from all competitions allowing for not only a meaningful measure of athletic achievement, but an integral key to NCAA championship qualifying and future studies of data to improve the sport. The U.S. Track & Field & Cross Country Coaches Association, in collaboration with the NCAA track and field committee, is moving the sport forward by leaps and bounds," said Sheilley.

"The Track and Field Results Reporting System of the USTFCCCA will serve as a valuable time-saving tool for both coaches and administrators in track and field," said Kim Duyst, chair of the Division II Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Committee.

"This new procedure for reporting results will provide a performance list with verifiable results for coaches and meet administrators to review and use for selections to both Invitational and Championship meets. We look forward to launching this new system for the 2010 track and field season," said Duyst.

As the indoor season progresses, please check that site often for the most recent rankings.

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