Track and Field
The earliest reference to an organized Track and Field team at William & Mary can be found in the 1906 Colonial Echo yearbook . The 1903 and 1905 yearbooks mention a field day held at William & Mary, but no further information is provided <ref>Colonial Echo . There is a handbill from a late 19th century field day competition for students at William and Mary in the Department of Athletics Records, but it appears to have been the sole competition of the year.
Material in the Special Collections Research Center
- Department of Athletics Records,in SCRC Database
- University Archives Photograph Collection, in SCRC Database
- Search for track in the SCRC Database.
- 'Colonial Echo in SCRC Digital Archive
- The Colonial Echo (Virginia: College of William and Mary, 1906), p. 74
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