Men’s Outdoor Track & Field
2016 Outdoor Track Nationals
The 4x100 relay team finished fifth overall with a time of 41.74. Rodney Brown, Oquasmon Richmond, Abram Pettis & Wayne Hargrove return to HT with All-American honors! Congrats boys and Ram Up!
The 4x100 relay team consisting of Rodney Brown, Oquasmon Richmond, Abram Pettis & Wayne Hargrove qualified for a spot in the finals on Saturday, May 28. The race begins at 2:50 p.m. central time. You can watch the race at http://portal.stretchinternet.com/naia/ Good luck to our Rams! Ram Up!
NAIA National Outdoor ChampionshipsGulf Shores, AlabamaMay 22-24 Congratulations men’s and women’s track team national qualifiers. Patrick Bousqueto is a qualifier A standard and set a new HT school record in the high jump with 6’10.25 inches. The women’s 4 x 400 meter relay team ran Read More »
Coach Howard Ware, Jr. has helped transformed the programs into recurrent conference and national contenders. While at Huston-Tilloston University, Ware has produced more than 10 NAIA Champions, 80 All Americans, and 200 Red River Champions as All Conference and All Americans both indoor and outdoor. His accomplishments have included six Red River Conference championship, four Coach of the Year honors, and a program that has produced over 110 NAIA All-Americans, 170 Red River All-Conference selections, and one Olympian.
Some successful track athletes are Serger Bengono 2000 Olympian who now coaches at Norfolk State University; Laura Hayes All American who now coaches at Martin Ranch High School in Katy, Texas; Richard Petty, Jr. All American and National Champion, who now coaches in the Bahamas; Jason Gerald All American and National Champion who coaches in Trinidad; David King, All Conference and National Qualifier who now owns King Fitness in Austin, Texas; DeShaikia Banks, 11 time All American, one time National Champion who now coaches in Austin, Texas; In 2000 the men’s 4×100 meter relay ran the fastest time of 40.24 for a school record and Donivon Housen 200-Meter Champion, All American National Champion with a time of 20.5 lives and coaches in France.