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Trayvon Bromell is one of the top young sprinters in the world and has his eyes set on a gold medal at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. Bromell's Coach Mike Ford gave us an exclusive look at the training log for his star athlete during his time in Brazil on the eve of the first round of the 100m dash.
On the first day of relay practice for Team USA, Trayvon Bromell talked about embracing the spotlight of the Olympic 100m.
Hours after announcing his intent to turn professional and signing with New Balance and PACE Sports Management team in a press release, former Gibbs star, NCAA champion, and World Champion bronze medalist Trayvon Bromell spoke to us about the decision!
Former Gibbs High School and current Baylor sprinter Trayvon Bromell wins bronze in the 100m dash at the World Championships in Beijing at only 20 years old.
July 1st marked the initial contact period for the class of 2016 athletes to be recruited. We reached out to some of our top 2015 standouts to get their take on the process and offer advice.
Antwuan Musgrove a Baylor University signee and 2A 110m hurdle state champion will go head to head with fellow South Florida hurdler Damion Thomas as well as some of the nation's best at the 2015 Brooks PR Invitational.
Trayvon Bromell refuses to thump his chest, and he’s not one to strut around with a “look at me” attitude. If you ask the Baylor sophomore, he doesn’t even view himself as the guy to beat in the 100-meter dash at this week’s NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.(via www.wacotrib.com)
Hallandale senior Antwuan Musgrove capped off his high school career winning both the 110m and 300m hurdles at the 2A State Finals. Prior to the meet, he committed to Baylor University.
Trayvon Bromell took home gold in the 200m dash at the NCAA D1 Indoor Track & Field Championships in a blistering time of 20.19 the second fastest in collegiate history and fifth fastest in world history! It was his second national title as a Baylor Bear, after winning the 100m outdoor championship as a freshman. See how all our Florida alumni fared in competition at the D1, D2, & D3 National Championships.
Former Gibbs standout and Baylor sophomore Trayvon Bromell runs #3 ALL-TIME in 200m, 20.23 in prelim! See what he had to say after the race!
Baylor Director of Track & Field Clyde Hart gets instructional with the 2015 FACA T&F Clinic attendees. To start off the afternoon session, Coach Hart has a little fun by "loading them up" and then breaking down their resistance, before introducing some tips, and drills.
Baylor Director of Track and Field Coach Clyde Hart is a legend in track and field coaching the likes of Olympians Michael Johnson and Sanya Richards-Ross. We caught up with Coach Hart at the 2015 FACA T&F Clinic to talk about his time at the clinic, the Bears upcoming season, coaching philosophies, and much more!
National HS record holder & World Jr record holder come together before NCAA rivalry begins
NCAA 100m champion and World Junior record holder, gold medalist, Trayvon Bromell works on his block starts and fine tuning technique in Orlando along side fellow Team USA gold medalist and high school national record holder Trentavis Friday. Bromell talks about the workout, the 2014 season, the decision to stay at Baylor, goals for 2015 and the future rivalry between him and Friday.
Trayvon Bromell ran his way to the third-fastest all-conditions 100 meters in collegiate history when he won the Big 12 Championship in 9.77w. The freshman became the one to beat, and eventually took home the NCAA crown.
They say home is where the heart is and that couldn't be more true than for Baylor freshman hurdler T.J. Holmes. Holmes selected the Bears over the University of Florida coming out of high school in 2013 and was reunited with childhood friend and teammate Trayvon Bromell. He finished fourth at the NCAA Championships in the 400m hurdles and as the second leg of the schools 7th place 4x400m relay and concluded his season with a gold medal at the USATF Junior Nationals and a bronze at the 2014 IAAF World Championships. Recently, he announced that he wanted to be closer to home for the remainder of his college career.
In his 400 meter hurdles semi-finals race on Thursday morning, Baylor University freshmen and Florida native TJ Holmes showed that he has the speed and endurance to finish all of his races better than anyone else.
World Junior 100 meter dash record holder Trayvon Bromell has quickly shown himself as the class of the junior men's field in the 100 meter after this first round with his 10.13 clocking from heat 6 easily putting him a full tenth of second faster than the next fastest qualifier, which happens to be USA teammate Kendal Williams. The Baylor University freshmen and NCAA champ is looking to claim another major title at Hayward Field.
The stages keep getting bigger for childhood friends Trayvon Bromell and TJ Holmes. The pair have been racing each other since they were in grade school. They joined the same youth track club and grew up together. They both attended high school in south Saint Petersburg and they both landed on the prestigious Baylor track team for their first year of collegiate track. They are college roommates and will even be rooming together for the World Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon this week.
After winning the NCAA Championship 100 meter dash last month at Hayward Field, Trayvon Bromell returned to the historic University of Oregon track for USA Juniors. The performance wasn't quite the 9.97 he put up to win his first title as a Baylor freshman, but his 10.07 was good enough for the win and a spot on team USA at the World Junior Championships next week. Bromell, one of the favorites to bring home gold will be blogging throughout his journey over the next week.
US sprinter Trayvon Bromell fulfilled the predictions that have abounded since the start of the summer that he would be the first junior to go under 10 seconds when clocked a world junior record time of 9.97 * to win the prestigious US collegiate (NCAA) championships in Eugene on Friday (14). (via iaaf.org)
Former Gibbs High School standout Trayvon Bromell is having a spectacular freshman season as a member of the Baylor Bears. Gordon Mack of our friends at Flotrack recently caught up with Bromell via Skype to talk about his season and the upcoming NCAA Championships.
Former Gibbs High School standout Trayvon Bromell continued his fantastic freshman season as a Baylor Bear. According to Track and Field News World Rankings, Bromell's 10.01 to win the Texas Relays was the second fastest in 2014. At the Big 12 Championships this past weekend, the speedster ran 10.09, the fastest time in the prelims, and followed that by a wind-aided 9.77! Although it was aided by a 4.2 m/s wind, that is still moving, and would give him the fastest wind-aided time in the world! Baylor finished fourth as a team behind Texas Tech, Texas, and Oklahoma State.
A day after setting a Baylor University school-record with a 10.02 in the prelims, 18-year-old Trayvon Bromell of St. Petersburg scorched the track and wowed the packed house at the Texas Relays. He laid down a world-leading and wind-legal world junior record of 10.01!
Baylor track and field freshman Trayvon Bromell clocked a time of 10.02 to run the fastest 100 meters in school and Texas Relays history on Friday at Mike A. Myers Stadium. (via BaylorBears.com)
WACO, Texas - With five runners in the top 10, including the top two finishers, the Baylor women's cross country won the Bear Twilight Invitational for a second consecutive year on Friday at the HOT Soccer Complex. The men's squad took third at the season-opening meet.. (via BaylorBears.com)
We look at the best college programs in Texas. We take a look at who left and the incoming recruits. We also look over the last 10 years results in both conference and region.
There is no doubt Florida is one of the most talented states in the country when it comes to track and field. We wanted to honor the best of the best with our 2013 Track & Field Athlete of the Year awards. Trayvon Bromell of Gibbs High School is our winner in the Boys Sprints/Hurdles Event category. Bromell had a spectacular senior season picking up his first two state championships, and winning several national meets, earning himself even more postseason hardware and recognition.
State champion, Golden South champion, Great Southwest champion, New Balance National Outdoor champion, and USA Junior champion. Gibbs High School senior Trayvon Bromell has gotten used to winning over the past several months.
It was a great 2012-2013 in both cross country and track across the Sunshine State. Many of our seniors will soon be on their way to start their college careers both athletically and academically so we wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature.
T.J. Holmes was an integral part of Lakewood's 2A state championship team. Holmes placed first in the 300 meter hurdles and second in the 110 meter hurdles, and was also part of the schools' third place 4x400 meter relay. Recently, the senior announced he will be joining long time friend and Gibbs senior Trayvon Bromell and run for Baylor University in Waco, Texas. We caught up with Holmes at the 3A state meet where he was supporting his future teammate to talk about his college decision.
Eight years after stepping down as Baylor's head track and field coach to accept a less-taxing role as director of track and field, 78-year-old Clyde Hart doesn't seem to be slowing down one bit. (via BaylorBears.com)
Sophomore James Gilreath made the most of his last chance qualifier, breaking the Baylor school record and automatically qualifying with an 800-meter time of 1:48.00 at the Alex Wilson Invitational in Notre Dame, Ind.
Baylor's distance medley relay teams each improved their times on the season, while men broke the school record at the Alex Wilson Invitational on the campus of the University of Notre Dame. The Bears also had three sprinters compete at the Arkansas Final Qualifier.
Baylor's track and field team will travel members to both Arkansas and Notre Dame for one last chance to improve their standing on NCAA qualifying lists on Friday and Saturday.
The Baylor women's cross country program had three members named to the USTFCCCA all-academic award list for their efforts on the course and in the classroom as announced on Tuesday by association officials.
Sophomore James Gilreath took control of the men's 800 meters and never looked back on his way to the Big 12 title at the Big 12 Indoor Championships on Saturday in Ames, Iowa.
Senior Chris Gowell out-kicked the competition to lead the Baylor men's distance medley relay team to the Big 12 title and a new meet record at the 2010 Big 12 Indoor Track and Field Championships on Friday in Ames, Iowa.
Follow the Bears on Friday and Saturday with live updates from the Big 12 Indoor Track and Field Championships in Ames, Iowa.
Baylor's track and field team will compete in the Big 12 Indoor Championships in Ames, Iowa on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26-27 at the Lied Recreation-Athletic Facility.
Baylor's relay teams led the way with the top finishes on the final day of action at the Tyson Invitational in Fayetteville, Ark. The Baylor men met NCAA provisional standards in the 4x400-meter relay and the distance medley relay.
Senior trackster Chris Gowell continued his onslaught of the middle distance records at Baylor with a record-breaking 800-meter performance on his way to an event victory at the ultra competitive Tyson Invitational in Fayetteville, Ark.
Baylor's track and field team will make its second trip of the season to Fayetteville, Ark., for the Tyson Invitational on Feb. 12-13 at the Randal Tyson Track Complex. With just two weeks until the Big 12 Conference Championships, this will be the final tune-up for the Bears.
Baylor track and field head coach Todd Harbour announced the signing of seven student-athletes to National Letters of Intent for the 2010-11 academic year. The signing class includes two men and five women.
Baylor's legendary track and field coach Clyde Hart added to his list of accolades when two of his current athletes, Olympic gold medalists Jeremy Wariner and Sanya Richards, were named the U.S. Men's and Women's Athletes of the Decade by Track and Field News.
BaylorBears.com will provide free, live streaming video of the soccer, track and field and football signing day press conferences from the Galloway Suite at Floyd Casey Stadium on Wednesday afternoon.
Baylor's track and field teams helped the Big 12 beat the Pac-10 and the SEC in the men's and women's team races at the Texas A&M Challenge in College Station, Texas.
Baylor's women's distance medley relay team met provisional qualifications to lead the way on the first day of competition at the Big 12/SEC/Pac-10 Challenge in College Station, Texas.
Baylor's track and field team will join forces with Texas A&M and Texas to take on three schools from the Pac-10 and three more from the SEC in the Texas A&M Challenge in the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium in College Station, Texas.
Baylor's track and field team finished competition at the two-day Razorback Invitational on Saturday at the Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville, Ark.
Senior Trey Harts and junior Tiffany Townsend combined to sweep the men's and women's 200 meters on first day of action on Friday at the Razorback Invitational in the Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville, Ark.
Baylor's track and field team travels to Fayetteville, Ark., for the two-day Razorback Invitational on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 22-23, at the Tyson Events Center on the campus of the University of Arkansas.
Senior middle distance runner Chris Gowell broke the school record in the 1,000 meters, while freshman Skylar White broke the BU shot put record at the Texas A&M Invitational on Saturday at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium in College Station, Texas.
Baylor's track and field team travels to the Texas A&M Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 16, at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium in College Station, Texas.
Along with the yearly goals of vying for a Big 12 championship and a place among the elite at the NCAA Championships, the 2010 Baylor track and field team also features possibly the most experienced team in program history, in both the coaching staff and the squad.
Baylor's men's and women's teams will each begin the 2010 season ranked, with the men checking in at No. 11 and the women at No. 16 in the initial United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association rankings.
Senior Chris Gowell won the 800 meters and met NCAA provisional standards, while junior Robbie Knorr ran away with a victory in the 5,000 meters at the Texas A&M Reveille Invitational in College Station, Texas.
Baylor's track and field team will officially begin their 2010 slate with the Reveille Invitational, hosted by the Texas A&M on Saturday, Dec. 12, at 4 p.m. Head coach Todd Harbour will take a partial squad to the only December meet on the schedule.
Legendary Baylor track and field coach Clyde Hart was named the World Coach of the Year by the International Amateur Athletic Federation at the World Athletics Gala in Monte Carlo.
Baylor's women's cross country team finished in 28th place at the NCAA Cross Country Championships on Monday morning in Terre Haute, Ind.
Making their seventh consecutive trip to the NCAA Cross Country Championships, Baylor's women's cross country team will compete in Terre Haute, Ind., on Monday, Nov. 23, with the women's race set for 11:58 a.m. CT. Each race will be nationally televised on the Versus Network beginning with the men's race at 11:08 a.m. CT. The NCAA will also be streaming the event live on the web at NCAA.com.
Baylor's women's cross country had five earn all-region honors, combining for a second-place team finish at the NCAA South Central Regional on Saturday at the Cottonwood Creek Golf Course in Waco, Texas.
Baylor's track and field teams will host the annual Dr. Pepper Invitational and Michael Johnson Classic to highlight the 2010 schedule announced by head coach Todd Harbour.
Baylor's cross country will be back in familiar confines at the NCAA South Central Regional hosted at the Cottonwood Creek Golf Course on Saturday, Nov. 14 at 10 a.m. For the women, a seventh consecutive berth to the NCAA Championships is on the line.
Senior Erin Bedell earned all-conference for the third time in her career, but the Baylor women finished seventh overall, while the men were 11th as a team at the Big 12 Cross Country Championships in Columbia, Mo., on Saturday.
Baylor's cross country teams will travel to Columbia, Mo., for the 2009 Big 12 Cross Country Championships at the A.L. Gustin Golf Course on Saturday, Oct. 31.
Baylor's cross country teams combined to place 13 student-athletes on the Big 12 All-Academic Teams as announced Wednesday by the league office.
Senior Erin Bedell led the way for Baylor's women's cross country team with a 12th-place finish at the NCAA Pre-Nationals in Terre Haute, Ind., on Saturday afternoon. Meanwhile, Baylor's men finished 13th and the split-squad of the women finished 10th at the Chile Pepper Festival in Fayetteville, Ark.
Baylor's cross country teams will split up to compete at both the NCAA Pre-Nationals in Terre Haute, Ind., and the Chile Pepper Festival in Fayetteville, Ark., on Saturday.
Ohio Sprinting Sensation, Blake Heriot recently narrowed his college list to five schools. Heriot plans to make his final decision on where he will further his education during the Thanksgiving weekend.
Nichole Jones placed 11th and Erin Bedell was three spots back in 14th to help 14th-ranked Baylor to a third-place finish at the Bill Dellinger Invitational in Eugene, Ore.
Baylor's 14th-ranked women's cross country squad will travel to Eugene, Ore., to face some the best in the nation at the Bill Dellinger Invitational on Friday, Oct. 2.
Junior Robbie Knorr placed sixth and teammate Jeff Sadler finished in 21st at the elite Stanford Invitational, which featured some of the nation's top runners, on Saturday.
Baylor's men's cross country team travels to Stanford, Calif., for the Stanford Invitational, which features some of the top-ranked teams and runners in the nation, on Saturday, Sept. 26.
After last weekend's meet got washed out with rain, Baylor's women's cross country team was back in action, placing second at the Ken Garland Invitational, hosted by the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas.
Baylor's women's cross country team begin the season ranked first in the South Central Region, while the men are sixth in the initial regional rankings as announced by United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association officials.
CJ opened his college career with a first place finish at the Texas State Invitational in San Marcos while Nicole opened her season with a victory over a strong field at the Baylor Twilight Meet in Waco. Also earning Running of the Week honors were Division II Runners Shawn Weidner and Sydnee Cole and Division III runners Tami Warner and Jeff Chandler.
The Baylor cross country teams kicked off the 2009 season with a spectacular effort in their only home meet of the regular season, winning both the men's and women's team titles at the annual Bear Twilight Invitational. Senior Nichole Jones won the individual title for the third year in a row for the women, while Robbie Knorr took the individual title on the men's side.
The Baylor cross country team kicks off its season on Friday, Sept. 4, as the host team of the annual Bear Twilight Invitational held at the Baylor Intramural Fields.
Former Olympic gold medalist and World champion Jeremy Wariner finished second in the finals of the 400 meters at the World Championships in Berlin, Germany on Friday.
Former Baylor track star and two-time defending world champion Jeremy Wariner made his way to into the finals at the IAAF Track and Field World Championships in Berlin, Germany.
Former All-American and Olympic gold medalist, Jeremy Wariner, cruised to the top finish in his preliminary heat of the 400 meters at the IAAF World Championships early on Tuesday morning.
Sophomores Diamond Richardson and Jessica Ubanyionwu, along with signee Gavyn Nero each competed at the Pan American Junior Championships in Port of Spain, Trinidad, which started on Friday at Hasely Crawford Stadium.
The Baylor cross country teams' 2009 fall schedule includes the Bear Invitational and the NCAA South Central Regional meet, both hosted by the Bears, head coach Todd Harbour announced on Friday.
Seven Baylor women's track and field team members were recently named to the USTFCCCA 2009 Division I All-Academic team. A record total of 530 student-athletes representing 146 Division I institutions were named to the elite team.
The Baylor track and field team signed two more student-athletes, as Gavyn Jerome Nero and Simone Brinkley were signed to National Letters of Intent, head coach Todd Harbour announced on Thursday.
Diamond Richardson and Jessica Ubanyionwu both qualified for the 2009 Pan Am Junior Championships Sunday at the USA Junior Outdoor Track and Field Championship. Both Richardson and Ubanyionwu posted second-place finishes in the junior women's 400m and triple jump finals, respectively.
Coming off her freshman year at Baylor, Diamond Richardson secured a spot in the 400-meter finals at the USA Junior Outdoor Track and Field Championships Saturday afternoon. Richardson won her heat and recorded the fastest time in the preliminary round with a 54.07 to advance to Sunday's finals.
Baylor All-American Erin Bedell qualified for the 3000-meter steeplechase finals during the second day of the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at the University of Oregon's Hayward Field. Bedell tallied a time of 10:06.87 to take eighth in her heat and pick up the final qualifying spot for Sunday's finals.
Two former Baylor standouts, Reggie Witherspoon and Darold Williamson, qualified for the finals of the 400, while Tiffany Townsend advanced in the 100 on the first day of the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at the University of Oregon's Hayward Field.
Two former Baylor standouts, Reggie Witherspoon and Darold Williamson, qualified for the finals of the 400, while Tiffany Townsend advanced in the 100 on the first day of the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at the University of Oregon's Hayward Field.Fifteen current and former Baylor athletes will compete at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships and another three in the USA Junior Outdoor Track and Field Championships, with the meets running simultaneously and beginning Thursday at the University of Oregon's Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.
Baylor took third place in both the men's and women's 4x400-meter relays on the final day of competition at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday afternoon at the John McDonnell Field.
Erin Bedell earned All-America honors in the 3,000-meter steeplechase and the 4x100-meter relay earned All-America honors for the second-straight year on the third day of competition at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Friday at John McDonnell Field.
DeAna Carson finished fifth overall in the women's long jump and the Bears qualified eight to Friday and Saturday finals on the second day of competition at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Thursday at John McDonnell Field.
Erin Bedell set a school record in the 3,000-meter steeplechase and thundershowers caused a three-hour weather delay on the first day of competition at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
The Baylor men's and women's track and field teams hit the road this weekend as the Bears travel to Fayetteville, Ark. for the 2009 NCAA NCAA Championships at John McDonnell Field.
Baylor junior Erin Bedell was named to the ESPN The Magazine Men's Women's Track and Cross Country Academic All-District VI second-team, the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced Thursday. The academic all-district award is the first of Bedell's career.
Baylor junior Erin Bedell was named to the ESPN The Magazine Men's Women's Track and Cross Country Academic All-District VI second-team, the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced Thursday. The academic all-district award is the first of Bedell's career.
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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Sophomore Lauren Hagans (Little Rock, Ark.) broke her own school record in the 1,000 meters to win the event with a time of 2:48.19, just ahead of freshman Erin Bedell (Plano, Texas) in second at 2:48.72 in the first day of action Friday at the Razorback Invitational at Randal Tyson Track Center.
A new era in Baylor track and field begins in 2006 with Todd Harbour taking the reigns of the program from new director of track and field Clyde Hart, who retired as head coach this past summer after 42 seasons at the helm of the program.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Led by freshman Erin Bedell, the Baylor women\'s cross country team finished 15th at the NCAA Cross Country Championships, the highest finish for the women\'s team since 1998 when the Bears finished eighth, and the third best finish at the meet in school history.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Several Baylor cross country runners set personal records at the Chile Pepper Festival as the No. 13 women\'s team raced to a third-place finish while the men finished 20th in action on Saturday morning. On the women\'s side, four Baylor runners set personal records as the Bears finished behind only Oklahoma State and Arkansas in the team standings
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- The Baylor women\'s cross country team raced to a third-place finish at the prestigious Roy Griak Invitational as Brittany Brockman led the way for the Bears, finishing in sixth-place. On the men\'s side, Baylor finished in 27th-place as Jacob Jones was the first Baylor runner to cross the line.
The No. 24 Baylor women\'s cross country team swept the top five scoring positions to claim the Texas A&M Invitational team title while the men finished third in action at the Texas A&M University Golf Course.
WACO, Texas -- Baylor\'s team of Brittany Brockman and Lauren Hagans edged out the Bears\' tandem of Lyndsy and Erin Bedell at the line to win the Bear Relays in a time of 28.20.3 in action at the Baylor Intramural Fields on Friday. On the men\'s side, Baylor\'s Bo Price and Rob Morrow, who are redshirting this season and ran unattached, claimed the men\'s title, finishing the relay in a time of 37:09.8.
Baylor should be good if they can stay healthy. They don\'t have as much depth as they had the past. Erin Bedell should definitely make and impact to go along with Brittany Brockman( 2nd Big 12 10K) Monique Ortega ( 3rd Big 12 Steeple ) Lyndsy Bedell( 7th Big 12 Steeple ). Lauren Hagans ( 2:07, 800 ) ran very well for us as a walkon last year as well as Brittany McGuire. Look for transfer Adrian Robison from Nebraska Kearney. She ran number one for them last year in her first ever year of cross.
Baylor University track officials boast that the cross country course being built at the foot of Lake Waco dam will offer the best views in the sport.
On the men\'s side Bo Price, Rob Morrow, and Mitch Sanders will lead the men this fall. Cody Wells will likely redshirt as he had surgery on his foot this year . Jacob Jones and Luis Gutierrez will be asked to step up again this year as they did last season. They lost two big ones in Chris Vidrine and Joel Sartain. Newcomers are John Wenhold, Greg Foster, Trey Slack, and transfer Hunter Garner.
R.J. Anderson, the 2A state 400-meter champion and honor-roll Key West High School student, has signed a national letter of intent to compete on the track and field team at Baylor University in Waco.
Senior Darold Williamson (San Antonio, Texas) won the 400 meters with an NCAA automatic qualifying time of 46.17, exactly one second faster than the rest of the field at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational Saturday at the Devaney Sports Center Indoor Track.
WACO, Texas - Baylor senior quarter-miler Darold Williamson (San Antonio, Texas) is featured on the cover of the current issue (Feb. 2005) of Track & Field News.
WACO, Texas - Baylor junior Jeremy Wariner, who now run professionally, was named the \"Top Rookie of 2004\" in Monday\'s ESPN.com Page 2 article by Jeff Merron.