Big 12 Indoor Championships 2006

Lincoln, NE


Big 12 Indoor Lists Feb 21, 2006

2006 Indoor Performance List for the Big 12 Conferencee is compiled by This list was last updated on Feb 21st

Women\'s Track Tallies Six All-Conference Honors on Day One Feb 25, 2006

Lincoln, Neb. - After day one of competition at the 2006 Big 12 Indoor, the women\'s squad is sitting in third place with 28 points. The men\'s squad has yet to score in an event. The Nebraska women are leading with 55.5 points and the Kansas men are leading with 29 points.

Jacob Norman Clocks Nation\'s Fastest 60m at Big 12 Indoor Championships Feb 25, 2006

LINCOLN, Neb. - Baylor freshman Jacob Norman (Temple, Texas) ran the fastest time in the NCAA so far this season to break his own school record in the 60 meters with a time of 6.58 in the preliminary heat on the first day of the Big 12 Indoor Championships Friday at the Bob Devaney Sports Center Indoor Track.

TTU Women\'s Track Finishes Third at Big 12\'s Feb 26, 2006

Lincoln, Neb. - Day two proved more successful then day one for Texas Tech track and field at the 2006 Indoor Big 12 Championships. The Red Raiders took one individual title, four second-place finishes and broke three school records.

Baylor Track Has Best-Ever Showing at Big 12 Indoor Championships Feb 26, 2006

Baylor junior Reggie Witherspoon (Marietta, Ga.) claimed crowns in the 200 and 400 meters, a feat never before accomplished in school indoor history, then led off of the men\'s victorious 4x400-meter relay to earn the title as the conference\'s High Point Performer

UT Men\'s Track and Field captures second Big 12 title Feb 26, 2006

LINCOLN, Neb. -- Texas turned an early day-two deficit into a commanding lead Saturday, as the Longhorns powered their way to their second Big 12 team title at the Big 12 Indoor Track and Field Championships at the University of Nebraska\'s Devaney Sports Center. Texas took top honors with 127 points while host Nebraska placed second with 100 points. UT claims its first Big 12 indoor title since 1999 and ends Nebraska\'s stretch of consecutive Big 12 titles at six seasons.