By: Andrew Preston
Trevecca’s 4-year-old track and field program is making progress even though there is no track at the university.
The 29 student athletes who make up the two track teams travel around Nashville to practice on available tracks when other teams aren’t using them, do their workouts on campus and generally don’t complain, said Austin Selby men and women’s cross country and track and field coach.
“We compete on the track, so it makes sense to practice on a track, but that is a luxury we just don’t have at this time,” said Selby. “We don’t use that as an excuse, ever. We don’t really think about it, we joke about it as a team, but it is never an excuse for under-performing. We still find ways to get done what needs to be done with what we have.”
In 2012, Trevecca lau...