NCAA Division 2 track and field colleges have plenty to offer. Here are a few reasons they’re the top choice among more than 6,000 college-athletes:
There are nearly 300 NCAA Division 2 track and field colleges across the U.S., with a mix of indoor-only, outdoor-only, or both indoor and outdoor programs. Student-athletes will also find that distance runners tend to compete on cross-country teams in addition to their regular track season.
For a complete list of D2 track and field colleges, including their geographic region and athletic conference, check out our D2 track and field colleges list below. If you’re looking for the best D2 track and field colleges, the NCSA Power Rankings and the NCAA women’s track and field rankings offer a great starting point.
The Track & Field Results Reporting System (TFRRS), the NCAA and the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) both regularly update the NCAA women’s track and field rankings for D2 track and field colleges. Here are the top NCAA Division 2 track and field colleges according to the NCSA Power Rankings:
Check out the NCSA Power Rankings for a complete list of the best D2 track and field colleges. Then, take a look at the NCAA Division 2 track and field rankings here.