HELENA — Janie Reid capped off her Carroll College cross country and track and field career with a second place finish in the marathon at the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
WHITEFISH – Samantha Mundel was named the Frontier Conference Female Track Athlete of the Week and Keaton Brady was Named the Outdoor Field Athlete of the Week after strong performances at the Providence Frontier Conference Open.
Carroll College track and field competed in the first event of the season last Friday at the Yellowjacket/Battlin' Bear Open in Billings, and the Saints earned a pair of athlete of the week honors after strong performances.
Carroll College track and field coach Harry Clark has announced the 2017 recruiting class. The group consists of 30 athletes, including 17 from Montana and four multi-sport athletes.
Carroll College senior cross country and track and field All-American Leah Esposito, a Helena High grad, was named the 2016-17 CoSIDA Academic All-America College Division Track & Field/Cross Country Academic All-America of the Year for the second consecutive year.
Carroll College's Leah Esposito, Bethany Lacock and Nolan Hofstee have been named to the College Sports Information Directors of America College Division Academic All-District 4 Team.
GULF SHORES, Ala. -- The Carroll College track and field team closed out the NAIA National Championship with 14 All-Americans, a 14th-place finish for the Carroll women and a 15th-place finish for the men.
GULF SHORES, Ala. -- The Carroll College track and field team closed out a frustrating day in a big way with both 1,600-meter relay teams advancing to Saturday's finals.
David Barnett became an All-American once again in the javelin, claiming a third-place finish at the NAIA National Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Thursday in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
The Carroll College Saints’ 25 qualifiers and three relay teams begin their quest for championships on Thursday in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
It wasn’t just the last chance of the season to qualify for nationals for Gunnar Hilborn. It was the last chance of his college career.
GREAT FALLS -- Gunnar Hilborn was the lone Saint to nab an NAIA-qualifying B standard at the Last Chance Meet on Thursday in Great Falls. Hilborn vaulted 15-1 to hit the mark at Memorial Stadium.
Carroll College’s Beaugh Meyer improved his mark in the shot put, hitting the NAIA A Standard, and the Saints had a few near-qualifiers at the Argos Open.
The Carroll College track and field team has been waiting all season for the breakout performance that they knew they had under their belt. It came in a big way Saturday at the Montana Open at Dornblaser Field in Missoula.
Crystal Schmidt, Bethany Lacock and Nolan Hofstee all hit qualifying standards at the Montana Open Multi-Events, which wrapped up Friday at Dornblaser Field in Missoula.
Retaining his national championship will be anything but easy for David Barnett.
The Saints racked up 27 event wins and Gunnar Hilborn picked up a national qualification as both the men’s and the women’s team cleaned up at the annual Trudnowski Open on Friday at Vigilante Stadium. It was the second and final home meet of the year for Carroll.
The Saints take the track at Vigilante Stadium for the final time this season on Friday at the Trudnowski Open.
Carroll College's Layne Ryerson won the overall race and the men's division, while Janie Reid won the women's division and both hit the NAIA-A standard at the Buttercup Run Half Marathon in Arlee on Saturday. The marks qualified the pair to run the marathon at the NAIA Championship next mont…
How do a pair of Saints reward themselves after a basketball season that featured Carroll College going on an extended run, all the way to the quarterfinals of the NAIA national tournament?
She’s already an 18-time All-American.
Leah Esposito gets to fulfill a desire this weekend in Spokane.
The Saints, after weeks of training, finally had a chance to strut their stuff on Saturday at Vigilante Stadium in the Carroll College Open.
The Carroll Track and Field team opens the outdoor season at the Carroll Open at Vigilante Field Saturday afternoon in Helena. It is one of two home meets for the Saints this season.
Kory Broussard, a three-sport student-athlete for Capital High, has committed to throw the javelin for the Carroll College track and field team.
It took a disqualification, but the Carroll College Saints' 1,600-meter women's relay team was crowned national champions on Saturday at the NAIA Indoor Track & Field Championships in Johnson City, Tennessee.
Carroll College’s Terah Cundith pole vaulted a career-best 12-0.5 to tie for fifth place and earn the first All-American finish of her career on Friday. The performance highlighted the second day for the Saints at NAIA Indoor Track and Field Championship in Johnson City, Tennessee.