- 6 Northwest Conference Championships - Women (2000, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017)
- 1 Northwest Conference Championship - Men (2017)
- 10 Conference / District Coaches of the Year
- 130 All-Americans (68 men, 62 women)
- 8 Men's National Champions (5 NAIA, 3 NCAA)
- 13 Women's National Champions (2 USTFF, 7 NAIA, 4 NCAA)
- 38 Academic All-Americans (17 men, 21 women)
- 1 Academic All-American of the Year (Ryan Chaney, 1997)
- Three Ad Rutschman Small College Athlete of the Year (Irene Johnson - 2011, Joel Krebs - 2007, Michelle Forbes - 2004)
- One Bill Hayward Amateur Athlete of the Year - Female Finalists (Jill Beals - 1992)
- 1 Cascade Conference Men's Championship (1995)
- 2 NAIA District Men's Championships (1979, 1980)
- 12 NAIA Women's National Meets (4 Top 10 finishes)
- 1 NAIA Women's District Championships (1992)
- 1 NAIA Female Athlete of the Year (Nancy Rismiller, 1996)
- 2 Women's Conference of Independent Colleges Championships (1979, 1980)
- 1 Cascade Conference Women's Championship (1995)
A Winning Tradition
NAMPA, Idaho --- The George Fox men's and women's indoor track and field team completed its stay at the Ed Jacoby Invitational with five new indoor school records, Saturday afternoon.
Sarah King set a new indoor school record in both the 200m and 400m. King is no stranger to the 400m indoor record, as she set the record back in 2014 with a time of 58.72. She destroyed her previous record by almost a full second with a time of 57.75 to win the 400m. In the 200m, she finished third with a new indoor school record of 25.39. The previous record was held by Alexis Arnold at 26.03 back in 2012.
Rachael Kraske also had a historic day, setting new records in the 60m and 60m hurdles. Kraske finished second in the 60m hurdles with a time of 8.95. In the prelims, she recorded a time of 8.92, which breaks her own record of 8.95 set in 2015. She placed seventh in a 60m with a time of 7.97, but ran a 7.89 in the prelims, which is a new indoor school record. The previous record was set by Emily Wyatt in 2013 at 7.92.
Dakota Buhler was the final record breaker on the day, placing third in the triple jump with a mark of 36-11.00. Kelsey Baron held the previous record at 36-02, which was set back in 2003.
"We had a really good meet overall," said head coach John Smith.
The meet was comprised of mostly NCAA Division I institutions.