The 2021 NCAA Division II men’s and women’s outdoor track and field championships qualifiers have been announced and here is how and where you can watch the live stream and follow the live results and updates. Watch all the live streaming coverage

The championships will be held from Wednesday, May, 27 through Saturday, May, 29 in Allendale, Michigan at the Grand Valley State Track & Field Stadium. This year’s championships will be co-hosted by Grand Valley State University and the West Michigan Sports Commission. For live streaming of the championships, fans can visit

The competition will begin on Thursday with the women’s and men’s combined events. The women’s heptathlon will get underway at 9:30 am with the 100m hurdles, while the men’s 100m will open up the decathlon competition on the first day.

 A total of 566 participants, including 283 men and 283 women, were announced by the NCAA Track and Field Committee to compete in the championships. The list of qualified student-athletes for the championships were selected from the automatic and provisional standards rankings for each event.

You can see a complete list of qualifiers at Heat sheets and the live results updates were updated and posted on the above website on Monday, May 24, while and a direct link to follow the live stream has been listed in the first paragraph.

Among the athletes slated to compete at the 2021 NCAA Division II men’s and women’s outdoor track and field championships are Benjamin Azamati of West Texas A&M, Isaac Harding of Grand Valley State, Trevor Bassitt of Ashland, Ushan Perera from TAMU-Commerce, along with Lyric Holman of Fort Hays State, Adams State’s Roisin Flanagan and Eilish Flanagan, and Marie-Jeanne Ourega of the Academy of Art.

We hope that you will enjoy the coverage and we look forward to helping you in the future as we continue to work with everyone in promoting the sport of track and field.

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