Lets see it depends on your track workouts and if you are preseason, indoor or outdoor...
Preseason we lifted 3x / week in college... MWF and we did our 'hard track w/o MWF as well. T/R we hardly did anything bc of NCAA hours nad it was recovery.
M would be an 'over distance w/o' for sprinters so (as a short sprinter) most likely 300/400 type stuff. Mon lift following practice would be 'quad dominant'. Hang/Power Cleans, Back Sq, Lunge (of some sort), Calf raise (for fluff) and Core work
T easy track work out more or less just a 'shake out' / striders or in/outs (stride, jog, stride jog) No lift.
W 'hard track w/o' 'underdistance' so for a short sprinter between 50m - 150 m. "hamstring dominant lift" DL variations, RDL variations, leg curls (w a part or w a ball never a fricken machine), glute ham raises, Core work.
Thurs easy track work out... same as tues... no lift.
Friday.... the dreaded hills 6-12 x 30-50 m hills. walk down = rest. "upper body dominant lift" Bench, Push Press / Shoulder Press, Curls / Tri (for fluff), Push up variations, Row variations, Pull downs/Pull ups. Core work...
And that is just for preseason... I am not sure if you are going to school in the states or not... but if you are there are NCAA rules to how many hrs a week you can have practice... during preseason (first day of classes til like 2 weeks before first indoor meet) its only like 8 hrs a week... so no offense to these other dudes that posted but u cant have a lift session with 15 different exercises for 4 sets of 10 reps... we got about 2 hrs to run and lift a day.
During season things change and you have more time... during most of indoor at my school sprinters still lifted 3x a week... towards the end for conferences etc we cut it down til 2... brought it back up to 3x for the first few weeks of outdoor.... but once outdoor gets rolling if you can lift 2x a week with out risking being sore for a meet you're lucky.
Hope this helps a little. If you'd like to chat more about college track and field let me know... I've been there done that... injured most of my career but I still think I can help. and I am a white female sprinter/hurdler/jumper
Best! Good luck!