• Mar. 17 - Women's Outdoor Track & Field @ Day 2 - UIW Quadrangle Meet hosted by The University of the Incarnate Word - No Team Score - recap - results
  • Mar. 16 - Women's Outdoor Track & Field @ Day 1 - UIW Quadrangle Meet hosted by The University of the Incarnate Word - No Team Score - results
  • Mar. 11 - Women's Outdoor Track & Field @ Islander Open hosted Texas A&M Corpus Christi - No Team Score - recap - results
  • Mar. 3 - Women's Indoor Track & Field @ Day 2 - 2017 NAIA Indoor Track and Field National Championships - No Team Score - recap - results
  • Feb. 25 - Women's Outdoor Track & Field @ Trinity Open hosted by Trinity University - No Team Score - recap - results
  • Feb. 11 - Women's Indoor Track & Field @ Day 2 - Gorilla Classic Hosted by Pittsburg State University - No Team Score - recap - results
  • Feb. 10 - Women's Indoor Track & Field @ Day 1 - Gorilla Classic Hosted by Pittsburg State University - No Team Score - recap - results
  • Feb. 4 - Women's Indoor Track & Field @ Fred Beile Classic Hosted by Doane University - No Team Score - recap - results
  • Jan. 21 - Women's Indoor Track & Field @ Day 2 - Southern Open hosted by Missouri Southern State - No Team Score - recap - results
  • Jan. 20 - Women's Indoor Track & Field @ Day 1 - Southern Open hosted by Missouri Southern State - No Team Score
2016-17 Women's Track & Field Coaches
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Stephen Sherman has completed his second official season as head coach for the track and field team. He enters his eighth season as head cross-country coach at OLLU after coming from McMurry University in Abilene, Texas, where he served as assistant coach for cross-country and track for three years.

In 2016, the women's team finished second in the Red River Athletic Conference (RRAC) Championships, which OLLU hosted. The team tallied 167 points, while Wiley topped the conference with 188 points. Saints finishing in the top three of their events were: Krystal Ochulo, Shot Put, 1st place, 11.60m; Elena Oslund, 5k, 1st place, 18:38.55; Ione Rodriguez, 10k, 1st place, 41:31.68; Shenaya Thomas, 400m Hurdle, 1st place, 1:07.74; Elena Oslund, 1500m, 2nd place, 4:59.42; Elena Oslund, 3k, 2nd place, 10:44.02; Jazmine Garcia, 5k, 2nd place, 18:48.89; OLLU, 4x800m Relay, 2nd place, 10:33.64; Shenaya Thomas: Triple Jump, 3rd place, 10.84m; Gabriela Guerrero, 1500m, 3rd place, 5:13.69; Jazmine Garcia, 3k, 3rd place, 11:02.91; Jocelyn Trask, 10k, 3rd place, 42:29.13. 

The 2015 season marked track and field's first full season as an intercollegiate athletic team at OLLU. In previous years, the Saints have limited their competition to long-distance events in track and field.  

In the Saints' inaugural season, the team finished in fourth place in the Red River Athletic Conference. Individually, the Saints had two second-place, five third-place, three fourth-place, four fifth-place and five sixth-place finishes in the conference meet.  Throughout the season, three women were named conference runners of the week. In addition, 16 OLLU school records were set this season.

Sherman earned his USA Track and Field (USATF) Level I Certification in June 2005 and USATF Level II Certification in Endurance Events in July 2008.

A native of Dickinson, Texas, Sherman received a Bachelor of Arts in history and political science from McMurry and a Master of Science in organizational and human resources development from Abilene Christian University.

Sherman is married to Megan Pate, and they are the parents of one-year-old Otis James. The family resides in San Antonio

 
Terry Smith Image
Terry Smith
Assistant Coach - 3rd Season
Alma Mater: McMurry University

Terry Smith is the assistant coach for men's and women's cross-country and men's and women's track and field.

In 2016, the women's team finished second in the Red River Athletic Conference (RRAC) Championships, which OLLU hosted. The team tallied 167 points, while Wiley topped the conference with 188 points. Saints finishing in the top three of their events were: Krystal Ochulo, Shot Put, 1st place, 11.60m; Elena Oslund, 5k, 1st place, 18:38.55; Ione Rodriguez, 10k, 1st place, 41:31.68; Shenaya Thomas, 400m Hurdle, 1st place, 1:07.74; Elena Oslund, 1500m, 2nd place, 4:59.42; Elena Oslund, 3k, 2nd place, 10:44.02; Jazmine Garcia, 5k, 2nd place, 18:48.89; OLLU, 4x800m Relay, 2nd place, 10:33.64; Shenaya Thomas: Triple Jump, 3rd place, 10.84m; Gabriela Guerrero, 1500m, 3rd place, 5:13.69; Jazmine Garcia, 3k, 3rd place, 11:02.91; Jocelyn Trask, 10k, 3rd place, 42:29.13. 

 

In the Saints' inaugural track and field season, the team finished in fourth place in the Red River Athletic Conference. Individually, the Saints had two second-place, five third-place, three fourth-place, four fifth-place and five sixth place finishes in the conference meet.  Throughout the season, three women were named conference runners of the week. In addition, 16 OLLU school records were set this season.

Smith comes to OLLU from the University of the Incarnate Word (2012-2014), where as a graduate assistant/assistant coach, his areas were sprints, jumps and hurdles and his specified events were hurdles, strength and conditioning. In his first year at UIW, both the men's and women's 4x100 relay teams won conference titles and ran the NCAA Division II National Championship meet. Prior to UIW, Smith coached at McMurry University from 2011-2012. There, his areas were sprints, jumps and hurdles and his specified events were hurdles, strength and conditioning. He also was on the staff of the 2012 NCAA Division III Men's National Track and Field Team Championship Team.

Smith received a Bachelor of Arts in English from McMurry University. While there, he won multiple All-Conference awards from the American Southwest Conference. He also received the Sportsmanship Award in 2011 and the Top Track Athlete of the Year Award in 2011. He is an NCAA Division III five-time All-American and was on the National Championship Team in 2008. He set school records in the pentathlon and in the indoor 4x400 meter relay.

 

He is a native of Crowell, Texas, where he was a five-sport letterman at Crowell High School. He was a Texas State bronze medalist in the 300-meter hurdles.

 

 
 
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