Utah track and field announces 2013 schedule.
Nov. 8, 2012
SALT LAKE CITY- The University of Utah women’s track and field team has announced its 2013 schedule that features two home meets at McCarthey Family Track & Field.
“This schedule features a combination of outstanding competition and some of the best facilities in the country, including our own McCarthey Family Track and Field,” Utah head coach Kyle Kepler said.
“It features competition in 10 different states and includes two home outdoor meets. This schedule will provide our student-athletes with the best possible opportunities to qualify as many of them for the NCAA Championships as possible. We also believe that this schedule will allow our emerging student-athletes ample opportunities to grow and develop throughout the year.”
Utah fans will be treated to two home meets in April at the Utah Open (Apr. 6) and Utah Spring Classic (Apr. 12) at the McCarthey Family Track and Field.
The 2013 indoor season will get underway on Jan. 11 at the BYU Invitational in Provo, Utah.
11 BYU Invitational Provo, Utah
11-12 Snake River Open Pocatello, Idaho
25-26 New Mexico Collegiate Invitational Albuquerque, N.M.
1-2 New Balance Invitational New York, N.Y.
Bronco Invitational Boise, Idaho
8-9 Husky Invitational Seattle, Wash
14/16 Wildcat Tune-Up Ogden, Utah
22-23 MPSF Championships Seattle, Wash.
1-2 NCAA Last Chance Qualifier TBA
7-9 NCAA Championships Fayetteville, Ark.
Outdoor Track & Field
15-16 Aztec Invite San Diego, Calif.
22-23 Trojan Invitational Los Angeles, Calif.
29-30 Stanford Invitational Palo Alto, Calif.
6 Utah Open Salt Lake City, Utah
12 Utah Spring Classic Salt Lake City, Utah
13 Wildcat Invitational Ogden, Utah
18-20 Mt Sac Relays Walnut, Calif.
20 Long Beach State Invite Long Beach, Calif.
20 Mark Faldmo Invitational Logan, Utah
24-27 Drake Relays Des Moines, Iowa
Robison Invitational Provo, Utah
1 Weber State Open Ogden, Utah
4-5 Pac-12 Championships (Multi) Los Angeles, Calif.
11-12 Pac-12 Championships Los Angeles, Calif.
23-25 NCAA First/Second Round Austin, Texas
5-8 NCAA Championships Eugene, Ore.
19-23 U.S. Championships Des Moines, Iowa