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September 10, Seniors Begin Announcing Plans for 2021-2022
Senior Plans Feature Highlights Class Of '21
Amalia, Kora, and Lydia the Malecek sisters from Onalaska have announced their plans for competition at the next level. The Wisconsin Track Online feature Senior Plans will highlight known decisions of athletes for 2021-2022. When athletes announce that they will attend a college or university and will compete in cross country or track and field Wisconsin Track Online with the help of coaches, parents, and athletes who send information on future plans would like to include that information in the Seniors Announce Plans feature. Senior Plans are at the Competition After High School link.
August 14, WIAA Board Decision On Spring Sports
Spring Season For 2021 To Be Shortened
The revised WIAA calendar emphasizes the WIAA Board’s position to accommodate all the sport seasons in 2020-21 . Track & Field - Boys & Girls is set to begin Monday, April 19, 2021 lasting until the Week of June 28, 2021. All multiple-team events from outside a host’s region is strongly discouraged. Also all nonborder out-of-state competitions or practices are strongly discouraged. If tournament series are conducted, regional groupings will be implemented. TENTATIVE STATE MEET DATES. Sports Calendar.
June 26/February 28, Gatorade Honor / #1 All-Time 800m Mark.
Roisin Willis Gatorade Athlete Of The Year
The Gatorade Company has announced that Roisin Willis of Stevens Point Area Senior High School is the 2019-20 Gatorade Wisconsin Girls Track & Field Athlete of the Year. Willis was also the 2018-19 Gatorade Wisconsin Girls Track & Field Athlete of the Year.
In February Willis continued her attack on Top 50 All-Time marks. Running in the 800m run at the Boston University Last Chance Invitational Willis blazed to a time of 2:03.05. This broke her old mark of 2:04.86 which she posted at the Brooks PR Meet at the University of Washington in Seattle on June 15, 2019. Lancer Timing : Athletic Net. Top 50 All-Time marks.
June 15/April 17, A Look Back At Senior 2019 WIAA State Qualifiers
Disappointment Balanced By Memories
Athletes and coaches are disappointed at the cancellation of the regular 2020 season. Seniors who worked toward a return or first trip to the State Meet are especially disappointed at losing their last chance at a high school track season. The Salute To The Class Of 2020 feature salutes the achievements of senior WIAA State Meet individual qualifiers from 2019.
Update - June 15: Colin Crowley a Multimedia Producer for Cultural Affairs for PBS Wisconsin has produced an outstanding salute to the Class of 2020. Go to Celebrating Wisconsin's Graduates.
April 23, WIAA Class Of 2020 Scholar Athlete Awards
WIAA 2020 Scholar Athlete Awards
Sixteen senior girls and 16 senior boys have been selected as finalists to receive the prestigious 2020 WIAA Statewide Scholar Athlete Award underwritten by Marshfield Children’s Hospital. To determine the top 32 finalists, four boys and four girls were selected based on both athletic and academic achievement from each of four WIAA divisions.This year, 857 seniors were nominated for the WIAA Scholar Athlete Award from 437 high schools throughout the state. The 2020 WIAA Scholar Athlete Award recipients will be recognized in a video to be posted May 15 on the WIAA website (www.wiaawi.org). Go to Scholar Athletes
February 8, WISTCA Hall Of Fame Awards at Marriott Madison West
WISTCA Class Of 2020 Hall Of Fame
Six athletes and 3 coaches were enshrined in the Wisconsin Track Coaches Association Hall Of Fame in a ceremony held at the Marriott Madison West in Middleton. In addition the 2019 Athletes of the Year were presented with their awards and the WISTCA Service Award, Merit Award, and Officials Merit Award were presented. Go to 2020 Hall Of Fame ceremony. Feature updated April 1.
February 3, Top 50 All - Time Lists By Paul Tilleman
Lauren Bilau - New PV Top 50 Mark
Carthage College hosted the USATF Indoor Track and Field Championships on Sunday, February 2. Many Wisconsin athletes in all age groups had a chance to improve their skills. Arrowhead's Julia Moore and Fort Atkinson vaulter Lauren Bilau had impressive preseason vaults. Bilau improved her Top 50 All-Time Pole Vault mark with a height of 11' 11.75. In January Bilau vaulted 11' 10 at the National Pole Vault Summit held in Reno, NV.
January 1, Division 1 Preview Of Returning 2019 WIAA Qualifiers
8 Gold Medal Winners In 11 Events Return
Amari Brown [100, 200], Dani Langseth [SP, Discus], Chloe Larsen , Amalia Malecek , Kora Malecek , Jadin O'Brien [ HH, LH], Roisin Willis , and Olivia Van Zeeland [HJ] return to defend the titles they won at the 2019 State Meet. Willis established a record in the 800m run at that meet. The preview will list returning 2019 State Meet qualifiers as well as look back at champions from 5, 10, and 15 years ago. Go to the Division 1 Preview.
January 1, Division 2 Preview Of Returning 2019 WIAA Qualifiers
6 Gold Medal Winners In 8 Events Return
Eve Goldstein [SP, Discus], Felicity Hade , Jaiah Hopf [LJ, TJ], Sylvia Johansen , Nicole Johnson [HJ], and Abby Rynes [PV] return to defend the titles they won at the 2019 State Meet. Johansen set a new 100m dash record at that meet. The preview will list returning 2019 State Meet qualifiers as well as look back at champions from 5, 10, and 15 years ago. Go to the Division 2 Preview.
January 1, Division 3 Preview Of Returning 2019 WIAA Qualifiers
7 Gold Medal Winners In 10 Events Return
Jessica Brueggeman [LJ, TJ], Hannah Constable [400, 800], Miranda Fiari [PV], Kayci Martensen [1600, 3200], Delany McFadden , Aubrey Schoeneman [SP], and Hannah Zastrow [HH] return to defend the titles they won at the 2019 State Meet. Brueggeman set new records in the LJ and TJ events. The preview will list returning 2019 State Meet qualifiers as well as look back at champions from 5, 10, and 15 years ago. Go to the Division 3 Preview.
|Data originally compiled by Mark Rongstad [2001-2007], Mike Krugel [2009-2016] and now compiled by Paul Tilleman highlights the history and tradition of track and field by listing the Top 50 performances in each event. Go to the 2020 Top 50 updates.||This feature highlights the plans that 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 , 2020, and 2021 graduates have for competing at the college level.||The top 6 performances in the finals of the State Meet determine the makeup of the All-State team. WISTCA will announce the Athlete of the Year award after their summer meeting in late July. More at All-State.||Former high school athletes competing at the next level.
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