USTFCCCA Meet Announcements

to submit a meet announcement, please send to Tom Lewis, tom@ustfccca.org

MEET OPENINGS: Morgan State — 2014

Morgan State University will be hosting the 11th Annual Morgan State University Legacy Track & Field Meet, April 18-19, 2014. The multi events will start Friday, April 18 at 12:00 noon, and Saturday April 19, 12:30pm respectively.  Morgan State University’s Mondo Super X Track is considered one of the fastest surfaces in the country and the site of the 2006 and 2012 USATF National Junior Olympics where forty-three national records were set.

2013 Results:  http://www.tfrrs.org/results/27556.html

2012 Results:  http://www.tfrrs.org/results/24210.html

Meet Contact:  andrew.murphy@morgan.edu

MEET OPENINGS: Virginia Tech — 2014 Outdoor Meets

THURSDAY MAY 8, 2014
ROANOKE / VA TECH TWILIGHT @ ROANOKE COLLEGE

Contact for INFORMATION:
bethoma1@vt.edu

Last yrs results:

http://www.tfrrs.org/results/30706.html
http://www.tfrrs.org/results/25964.html

http://www.hokiesports.com/track/extras/VA%20Tech-Roanoke%20Twilight%20Meet%205-12-11.htm

THURSDAY MAY 15, 2014
HOKIE TWILIGHT @ VIRGINIA TECH

Contact for INFORMATION:
bethoma1@vt.edu

Meet Openings: University of Washington — 2014 Indoor Season

The University of Washington
2014 Indoor Track & Field Schedule
 
Complete Meet Information - http://www.gohuskies.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&ATCLID=209291697&DB_OEM_ID=30200

Entering Indoor Competitions at the University of Washington
All collegiate indoor meets at the University of Washington are open to ALL Division I athletes and teams. Other teams and individuals will only be accepted by special request to Meet Director Jess Riden (jriden@uw.edu), provided that they meet entry standards.  Entry marks for ALL COMPETITIONS must be TFRRS marks from the 2012-14 seasons or verification of the mark must be provided during the entry process.  Speculative marks MUST be emailed to the Meet Director for approval prior to the entry deadline. 
 
UW Indoor Preview
January 18, 2014
* The UW Indoor Preview will start at 9:00 a.m. and will conclude at approximately 6:00 p.m.  Because of limits on field sizes, we CANNOT guarantee that an entry will be accepted into the meet.  Entry fees for athletes not accepted into the meet will NOT be refunded.   MINIUMUM ENTRY STANDARDS WILL APPLY. 

UW Invitational
January 31 – February 1, 2014
* The UW Invitational will start at 9:00 a.m., and will conclude at approximately 6:00 p.m.  The minimum entry standards for the UW Invitational will be strongerthan the UW Indoor Preview. This is a two-day event that will include a 2-day multi-event competition.  The field sizes for the multi-events will be strictly controlled.  Coaches interested in entering a multi-event athlete should contact Jess Riden (jriden@uw.edu) by JANUARY 24 to discuss possible entry.   A separate fee per multi-event athlete will apply.

Husky Classic
February 14-15, 2014
* The Husky Classic is one of the most highly competitive and heavily attended competitions of the entire collegiate indoor season.  Please be mindful of this when entering athletes.  All sections of the DMRs, 5ks, 200s, Weight Throws, as well as B sections of the pole vault will be contested on Friday evening.  Saturday’s event will feature highly competitive fields starting at 9:00 a.m., ending approximately at 6:00 p.m.  The “Invitational” portion of events will be featured from 3:00-6:00 p.m.  The field sizes will be limited in order to provide the most competitive opportunities for the athletes.  We will restrict entries in order to stay close to these field sizes.

UW Open Meet
February 16, 2014
* The UW Open meet is open to ALL ATHLETES AND TEAMS wishing to compete.  This is a one-day event beginning at 9:00 a.m. and concludes at approximately at 4:00 p.m.  Because of limits on field sizes, we CANNOT guarantee that an entry will be accepted into the meet.  Entry fees for athletes not accepted into the meet will NOT be refunded.   Athletes who are not accepted into the meet will be placed on a waitlist and entered into the meet as space becomes available.   Lists including “Accepted” and “Wait Listed” athletes will be posted during the week prior to competition.

Meet Openings: University of Indianapolis — 2013-2014 Indoor Track

December 7th - Jerry England Alumni Open (4pm)
January 25th - Greyhound Track & Field Classic (1pm)
February 8th - Indianapolis Relays (1pm)
February 15th - Tom Hathaway Distance Classic (1pm)

Link to athletic webpage: athletics.uindy.edu

Meet Opening: Shorter University — March 2014

Shorter Invitational hosted by Shorter University

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Maddox Track at Barron Stadium

Rome, Georgia

For meet info, contact:
Rochelle Black
Assistant Head Coach
Shorter University Track and Field/Cross Country
rblack@shorter.edu

Meet Openings: Ohio State – Indoor 2014

Indoor Collegiate Meets
French Field House
Columbus, Ohio
Fri., Jan. 10, 2014 – 4 pm
Fri., Feb. 21, 2014 – 4 pm

Meet Opening: Ohio State – Jesse Owens Track Classic

The 2014 Jesse Owens Track Classic will be held at The Ohio State University

Friday and Saturday, April 18-19, 2014.

Meet information is found at the following link:

 

http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/sports/m-track/JO-Classic/welcome.html

 

Teams must be accepted into the meet by the OSU coaching staff. Please contact Fred Barends: 614-736-0320 or barends.1@osu.edu

Meet Openings: Emory University

Meeting Openings for Emory University:

 

INDOOR:

Sunday Jan 26, 2014

Birmingham Crossplex Indoor Track – 200m Banked

Birmingham, Alabama

 

OUTDOOR:

Fri-Sat March 21-22, 2014

Emory University – 400m (new surface in 2010)

Atlanta, GA

 

Fri-Sat March 28-29, 2014

Emory University – 400m (new surface in 2010)

Atlanta, GA

 

CONTACT INFO:

John Curtin

Head Track and Field Coach

Emory University

404-727-4098

 

Meet Openings: Marietta College

Marietta College Track and Field would like to invite your teams to our series of collegiate indoor track and field meets we will be hosting this year.  We will be hosting 4 meets on the following days:

 

  • ·         Marietta First Glimpse, Saturday December 7th
  • ·         Marietta Open #1, Saturday January 25th
  • ·         Marietta Open #2, Saturday February 8th
  • ·         Marietta Tune Up, Friday February 21st

 

In addition to those 4 meets we are also attempting to host an early season pentathlon/heptathlon in conjunction with the Marietta First Glimpse meet.  Both multi events would start on Friday December 6th and the Heptathlon would conclude on Saturday the 7th.

 

Entry fees for all meets are $10 dollars per entry or $125 per gender (whichever is cheaper).  Start times for all Saturday meets will be11:00am for field events and 12:00pm for track events.  Friday start times will be 3:00pm for field events and 4:00pm for track events.

 

If you are interested in any of the meets or have any questions, please let me know.  Additional information can also be found at:

 

http://pioneers.marietta.edu/sports/2013/9/13/TRACK_0913132525.aspx?id=260

 

We hope to see you at one of our meets this season!

MEET OPENING: San Diego State

60th Annual San Diego State Aztec Cross Country Invitational

Saturday, September 21, 2013

 

Location:

Balboa Park, Quince Dr. & Balboa Dr., San Diego

 

Time Schedule:

7:30 a.m.  – Dirt Dog Community Race (5K) – USATF Sanctioned Event

9:00 a.m. – Women Open (5K)

9:30 a.m. – Women Invitational (5K)

10:00 a.m .–  Men Invitational (8K)

10:30 a.m. – Men Open (8K)

 

Entry Guidelines:

Invitational – NCAA DI, Top Tier College and Club Teams, and Unattached Elites.

Open – Other NCAA, NAIA, Community College, Clubs and Unattached.

Community – Any individual of any gender or age.

(Unattached Elite Entry Guidance:  Men 8K < 26:00; Women 5K <18:30)

 

Entry Procedures:

Colleges, clubs and elite individuals competing in the Invitational or Open Sections must enter online at DirectAthletics at this link: http://tinyurl.com/mbhdjh5

Dirt Dog Community Race entries are on Active.com:  http://tinyurl.com/mn8wzkl

 

Entry Fees:

$125 – Per  each 7 athlete team for USTFCCA members.  $10 each additional athlete.

$175 – Per  each 7 athlete team for non-USTFCCA members.  $10 each add’l athlete.

$25 – Unattached and Community race entrants.

$30 – Day of meet individual entry fee.

Online payment option for the Open and Invitational Sections is under development by DirectAthletics.

Payment for community race can be on-line with a credit card when entering the meet.

College/Club team checks should be made out to: San Diego State Cross Country

 

For NCAA DI Institutions:  Meet will be scored to comply with the scheduling requirements contained in the August 1, 2013, NCAA DI Manual, Sections, 20.9.7.1 and 20.9.7.3.2.

 

Course Description:

Scenic Course through public park. Combination of dirt trials, grass and concrete. Several challenging hills to include switchbacks. Middle of course passes through wooded area.

 

Course Maps and Meet Package:

http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/sdsu/sports/w-xc/auto_pdf/2013-14/misc_non_event/13XCAztecInvitationalInfo.pdf

 

Course Inspection:

During Public Park Hours, small section of course closed Friday night (see course map)

 

Packet Pickup:

Colleges/Club Teams:  7:00 a.m.; Community Race:  7:30 a.m. on Race Day

 

College Team Awards:

Trophies will be awarded to the top three college teams in invitational races. Top 5 individual invitational winners will also receive awards.

 

Community Race Awards:

Medals will be awarded to the top three finishers in the following Age Groups: 8 and Under, 9-12, 13-17, 18-23, 24-29. 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+; Commemorative T-Shirt for all community race entrants.

 

Facilities:

San Diego State athletic trainers will be in place one hour before the first race begins to provide aid to any athlete who may require assistance. If any of your athletes require special assistance, please have your athletic training staff contact our athletic trainers at (619) 594-5551 to make necessary arrangements.  No shower facilities are available.

 

Additional Meet Information:

http://goaztecs.cstv.com/sports/w-xc/spec-rel/072313aaa.html

 

Contacts:

Head Coach:  Shelia Burrell, (619) 594-5514sburrell@mail.sdsu.edu

Meet Director:  Rick Reaser, (310) 227-5534rick-reaser@msn.com

 

MEET OPENING: Northern Michigan

 

Northern Michigan University

Northern Challenge

Lake Superior Dome

February 1, 2014 — Noon

 

Track: 200m Poly-Urethane Surface

6 Lanes on the Oval

120m Sprint Straightaway

 

Running: 55m Dash and 55m Hurdles will have prelims and finals

Two heat finals. Top 6 times in fast heat, the next 6 fastest in the 2nd heat

All others events are timed finals

 

Jumping: Poly-Urethane – Two runways   1)TJ only    2)PV east end shared runway- LJ West end)

LJ: Wood board at 8’ from pit

TJ: Men Wood board 41’ and painted  36’ from pit.  Women Painted boards 32’ and 28’

prelims and 9 jumpers to finals

PV: Opening heights are TBA. Progression will be set for NCAA championship qualification

women’s section jumping 1st , men to follow

HJ: One pit with multi-purpose (track spike accommodating) sport surface take-off area with    some approach on the track

 

Throws:  Wood circle with cage for the weight throw. Wood circle for shot-put to follow.

Three throws with the top 9 throwers to finals

Weigh-in will be in Center entrance of  Home stands (North end) outside of hurdle storage room.  Weigh- in for all implements one hour prior to the meet start time.

 

Timing: Finish Lynx, Director of timing Mr. Sam Gracey

 

Locker Rooms: Lockers, showers, and Sauna available in (PEIF) building across from Superior    Dome bring your own towels.  From Center entrance of Visiting bleachers (South end) walk past USOEC exibit, through double doors across covered walkway to General Community Locker rooms.

 

Parking: Buses and Vans can park in North lot (extremely accessible parking behind Superior Dome.

 

Spikes: ¼ Spikes are the longest. No CHRISTMAS TREE or NEEDLE/PIN Spikes. No spikes allowed in training room, locker rooms, or classrooms.

 

Results: Will be posted for coaches and competing athletes next to timing tables  by the finish line inside of the oval, per request.

 

Admission: $3 suggested donation for all spectators. NO SPECTATORS inside of track oval, or competition areas please!  The Superior dome is very large and event area seating will be amply provided.

 

Team Entry Fee: NO ENTRY FEES

 

Individual Entry Fee: $20

 

Entry Procedure:

Teams and individuals wanting to enter must register online (link will be sent when available)

 

Packets/Heat Sheets/Results:

One (1) packet of information and heat sheets will be available to each registered team on the morning of meet. The packets will be located at the scores table located by finish line.

Warm-up/Team Camps:

Make all team camps in the bleachers, and please keep free of outside lanes of track for warm-ups and cool-downs when races are not being contested.

 

Access to the track oval will be restricted to coaches, athletes, trainers, managers, and officials.

 

Food Services: Team food will be stored in team camp areas located in Bleachers.

Concession stands are located at both entrances.

MEET OPENINGS: Pacific Lutheran Outdoor T&F Invitational

Pacific Lutheran University
PLU Invitational

http://www.ustfccca.org/assets/meet-info/2014-PLU-TF-Invitational-Meet-Information.pdf
Meet Date: Saturday, March 8, 2014

Meet Location: All events will be held at PLU’s Track and Field Facility. The track and
runway surfaces are made of a Polyurethane material (resurfaced and repainted
2011 summer) so please use ¼ inch spikes or less.

Entry Fee & Procedure: $20.00/athlete, $150.00/single sex collegiate team or $300.00/combined sex
collegiate teams (whichever is less). No day of competition registration will be
permitted. Please make all entry fee checks payable to “PLU-Track & Field”.
Enter using www.directathletics.com by no later than Tuesday, March 4, 2014
by 10:00 PM. You may contact me for more information by email:
kreierhy@plu.edu phone, (253) 535-7371 or by FAX (253) 535-7584.

No late entries will be accepted!

NO HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES ARE ALLOWED TO COMPETE.

This meet will be open to college athletes, unattached athletes and open athletes.
To aid in heat and flight selections, include your athlete’s realistic expected
performance in each event. If you do not enter a performance for your entry, they
will automatically be put in the slower heats, as availability permits. Please report
your updated entries, including scratches, to me by noon on Wednesday, March
6.
th so that an accurate and complete list of entries may be available upon your
arrival. Based on the number of entries received, the meet schedule will be
revised accordingly. The field will be limited if a large amount of entries are
received, so be sure to verify the final accepted entries to the venue in your
envelope at packet pick-up or online. We will try and post the heat sheets and the
revised schedule of events on the PLU website by Thursday, March 6, 2014 after
5:00 PM.
ONLY SCRATCHES WILL BE ALLOWED ON MEET DAY.
Field Events: (Please read the information about implement certification)
The competition will not be delayed if an athlete is in multiple events; however,
athletes may take jumps or throws out of sheet order. The High Jump events will
start at 1.32m/4’4” and 1.68m/5’6” and will be raised by 5cm/2”. The pole vault
events will start at 2.13m/6’11.75″ and 3.63m/11’ 10.75” and will be raised by
15cm/6”. ALL IMPLEMENTS WILL BE CERTIFIED (NCAA) BETWEEN 8:00
AND 9:30 A.M. IN THE NORTH TRACK SHED CLOSE TO THE FINISH
LINE AREA. Please bring your implements to the shed early which will help us
deliver them to the events on time. All implements not meeting certification
specifications will be impounded until that particular event is completed…NO
EXCEPTIONS. Please remember to pick up your implements before departing.NOTE: Due to time constraints, for the discus throw and hammer throw
events, the 1st legal mark for all competitors will be measured. Thereafter,
only marks meeting the minimum distance listed below will be measured:
Men’s Discus Throw – 35m
Men’s Hammer Throw – 40m
Women’s Discus Throw – 30m
Women’s Hammer Throw – 35m
Call & Introductions: First calls will be given 15 minutes before an event is to begin. Second calls
will be given 10 minutes before, at which time athletes should report immediately
to their running event starting area or to their field event sites. A final call will be
made 5 minutes before the start of each event. Athletes not checked in with the
clerk or field event official by the final call will be immediately scratched.
Dressing & Showering
Facilities: Teams may dress and shower in Olson Auditorium. You must provide your own
towels and make your own provision for securing valuables.
Timing: The meet will use Hy-Tek results software and two MacFinish / TimeTronics
timing systems.
Meet Schedule Notes: The time schedule is only tentative and the actual time of any event is subject to
change. Events may start earlier than listed. Please inform all of your athletes of this
fact so that they listen for the call to their event.
Meet Results: All competitors’ best recorded performance will be included in the final results. If
you want the results faxed/emailed to your school and/or your local media, please
make your requests know to our PLU Sports Information Director.Pacific Lutheran University
PLU Invitational~March 8, 2014
MEET SCHEDULE-TENTATIVE
FIELD EVENTS
8:00 – 9:30 ALL IMPLEMENT CERTIFICATION IN THE NORTH TRACK SHED
10:00 WOMEN’S HAMMER, MEN’S SHOT, MEN’S LONG JUMP
10:30 MEN’S POLE VAULT – WOMEN’S POLE VAULT FOLLOWS
11:45 WOMEN’S HIGH JUMP – MEN’S HIGH JUMP FOLLOWS
11:45 MEN’S HAMMER, WOMEN’S JAVELIN, WOMEN’S SHOT, WOMEN’S LONG JUMP
1:30 MEN’S DISCUS, MEN’S JAVELIN, MEN’S TRIPLE JUMP
3:15 WOMEN’S DISCUS, WOMEN’S TRIPLE JUMP
RUNNING EVENTS Listen for calls from announcer…We will have a rolling schedule for running events.
9:30 WOMEN’S 10,000 METERS (ALL RUNNING EVENTS ON A ROLLING SCHEDULE)
MEN’s 10,000 METERS
WOMEN’S 3000 METER STEEPLECHASE
MEN’S 3000 METER STEEPLECHASE
WOMEN’S 400 METER RELAY
MEN’S 400 METER RELAY
WOMEN’S 1500 METERS
MEN’S 1500 METERS
WOMEN’S 100 METER HURDLES
MEN’S 110 METER HURDLES
WOMEN’S 400 METERS
MEN’S 400 METERS
WOMEN’S 100 METERS
MEN’S 100 METERS
WOMEN’S 800 METERS
MEN’S 800 METERS
WOMEN’S 400 METER HURDLES
MEN’S 400 METER HURDLES
WOMEN’S 200 METERS
MEN’S 200 METERS
WOMEN’S 5000 METERS
MEN’S 5000 METERS
WOMEN’S 1600 METER RELAY
MEN’S 1600 METER RELAY
Check-in procedure: Running event athletes must check-in at the first call of their event. If they do not checkin to the course clerk by the final call, they risk being scratched from the event. Please note that we may re‐seed
events prior to the event starting based on scratched entries.

MEET OPENING: Wingate Cross Country Bulldog Stampede

4th Annual Wingate University Cross Country Bulldog Stampede

Saturday September 21st, 2013

Wingate University Cross Country Course (located at the soccer/softball complex)

Time Schedule:

9:30am College Men 8k

10:15am College Women 5k

Entries:

Interested teams and athletes need to contact Joe Soehnlen at jsoehnlen@wingate.edu for the entry form as soon as possible.  Entries will close on September 17th.

Entry Fee:

$100 per college/university team (each gender from a university is considered a team, $200 if both genders from a university enter)

Unattached athletes can compete for $20

Check made payable to Wingate University Cross Country.

Course Description:

Course is rolling trails and fields- a true cross country course.  Cross Country Spikes or racing flats are ideal for this course.  The course crosses one small patch of pavement, but otherwise is grass or dirt trails with some moderate hills.  In the past parts of this course has been used for the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional Championships, the Union County Championships and hosted the 2010 South Atlantic Conference Championships.  This is a new course compared to years past.

Course Maps:

Will be made available online at www.wingatebulldogs.com by September 9th.

Course Inspection:

The course will available for inspection on Friday between 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. and Saturday morning from 7:00 – 8:00 a.m.

Packets:

Can be picked up after 7:30am on race day at the Soccer Complex

Awards:

Top team in each race will receive an award.  Top 15 individuals in each race will receive an award.

Facilities:  We will have an EMT present and trainers available.  No shower facilities are available.

Contact:

Joe Soehnlen at 704-233-8039(o) 330-936-2378 (c) or jsoehnlen@wingate.edu

MEET OPENING: McNeese Cross Country 6km Relay

Friday August 30th @ 6:00pm

 

  • Place: Ward 3 Multi-sport Complex

    • 3200 Power Center Parkway, Lake Charles, LA 70607

    • This will be hosted at the same park as the SLC XC championhips.

 

  • Teams consist of 2 x 3km

 

  • Dual scored

 

  • Men and Women Separate

 

  • ENTRY FEES $50 Make Checks Payable to:

McNEESE FOUNDATION

 


Email or Fax it to (337) 475-5377

 

 

School _______________________ MEN / WOMEN

 

Attending:  YES _____    NO ______

 

Email Entries to:

mcneesestatetrackandfield@hotmail.com

By August 28th @ 12:00pm

MEET OPENING: ASICS McNeese Cowboy Cross Country Stampede

June 11, 2013

Dear Coaches,

 

          McNeese State University would like to extend an invitation to your team for this year’s ASICS  McNeese Cowboy Cross Country Stampede.   The course is a flat fast two loop of Lake Street  Enos Derbonne Ward 3 Recreation Complex.

 

This year’s race will be Saturday, September 28th, 2013

7:00am Course Inspection

8:00am Open Fun Run

8:45am Women’s 5k College

9:15am Men’s 4 Mile College

9:45am Varsity Girls 5K

10:15am Varsity Boys 5K

10:45am  Junior Varsity / Middle school Girls 2 mile

11:15am Junior Varsity / Middle School Boys 2 mile

11:45am Elementary Kids ½ mile

12:00pm  Awards

There is $50 charge for College teams.  Men / Women $100

 

Awards will be given to the top two teams.  The top 10 individuals in the College Race will be awarded a special edition t-shirt.   Additional T-shirts maybe purchased after the awards for $15.00 first come first serve.

 

If you know your team will be competing please contact our office so we can plan accordingly.

 

Initial entries are due no later than 12:00pm Tuesday, September 25th  via (www.directathletics.com).  For further information checkout our website at www.mcneesesports.com.

 

Yours in Running,

Brendon Gilroy

Brendon Gilroy

Head Cross Country Coach McNeese State University

June 11, 2013

Dear Coaches,

With the start of school brings the opening of the high school cross-country season.  McNeese State University would like to extend an invitation to your team for this year’s

ASICS  McNeese Cowboy Cross Country Stampede.   The course is a flat fast two loop of Lake Street Enos Derbonne Ward 3 Recreation Complex.

This year’s race will be September 28th, 2013

7:00am Course Inspection

8:00am Open Fun Run

8:45am Women’s 5k College

9:15am Men’s 4mile College

9:45am Varsity Girls 5K

10:15am Varsity Boys 5K

10:45am  Junior Varsity /middle school Girls 2 mile

11:15am Junior Varsity / middle school Boys 2 mile

11:45am Elementary Kids ½ mile

12:00pm  Awards

The race entry fee is $5.00 per individual for elementary, middle and high school.

It will be $35.00 per team Boys and Girls ($70.00 maximum per school).  Varsity team will consist of a maximum of seven runners.  Any other runners can take part in the Junior Varsity race at no charge.  MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO MCNEESE FOUNDATION.

Awards will be given to the top two teams.  The top 15 individuals in the Varsity race will be awarded a special edition t-shirt.   Additional T-shirts maybe purchased after the awards for $15.00 first come first serve.  Awards will be given to the top five Junior Varsity individuals.  Coaches will be responsible for timing their own athletes in the JV race!

If you plan on attending contact our office ahead of time so we can plan accordingly.

mcneesetrackandfield@hotmail.com

Initial entries are due no later than 12:00pm Tuesday, September 25th via  (www.directathletics.com).   More information check out our website at  www.mcneesesports.com.

Yours in Running,

Brendon Gilroy

Brendon Gilroy

Head Cross Country Coach McNeese State University

 

Meet Opening: Southern Arkansas University Lois Davis Invitational

Southern Arkansas University will be hosting its third annual cross-country meet on Saturday, October 12, 2013. Members of the community, as well as college, high school, and junior high athletes, are welcome to participate.

Coaches may run as many runners as they wish. However, a teams top five runners will score, and the sixth and seventh runners will be counted as displacers. All of your other runners will be excluded from team scoring.

Trophies will be awarded to the top ten finishers in each race, and plaques will be given to the top team in each race.

All entries will be submitted on-line at www.directathletics.com. The courses will be on campus and located behind the gym. Parking will be available around the gym. Below is a list of the races, distances, the times they will take place, and the entry fee.

  • ·         Women’s Open 5K    8:30AM  $100/team of 5 or more ($20/individual if less than five runners)
  • ·         Men’s Open 8K         9:00AM  $100/team of 5 or more ($20/individual if less than five runners)
  • ·         High School Girls 5K  10:15AM  $70/team of 5 or more ($15/individual if less than five runners)
  • ·         High School Boys 5K  10:45AM  $70/team of 5 or more ($15/individual if less than five runners)
  • ·         Junior High Girls 2K  11:15PM  $70/team of 5 or more ($15/individual if less than five runners)
  • ·         Junior High Boys 2K  11:45PM  $70/team of 5 or more ($15/individual if less than five runners)

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact Coach Tim Servis at your convenience.

Tim Servis
Head Cross-Country Coach
SAU Box 9374
Magnolia, AR 71754
Office 870-235-4103
Cell 870-834-1114
Fax 870-235-5072
E-mail tpservis@saumag.edu

Meet Opening: Pacific Lutheran Cross Country Invite

PLU Invitational
Pacific Lutheran University
Cross Country
PLU XC Invitational
Meet Date: Saturday, October 12th, 2013
Entry Fee: $150/collegiate team or $200/collegiate team (both genders). Unlimited entries
per team accepted. Open athletes/Club athletes are $20/athlete. Alumni are free.
All entry fees are due at packet pick-up on meet day (Cash or Check only).
Meet Site: Pacific Lutheran University South Park in Tacoma, WA. (the location previously
known as the PLU golf course)
Meet Schedule: 10:00am – Women’s 6k & 11:00am – Men’s 8k
Entries: Collegiate teams, open and alumni athletes are invited. ABSOLUTELY NO
HIGH SCHOOL OR YOUNGER ATHLETES ALLOWED TO COMPETE.
Entries must be declared via DirectAthletics (www.directathletics.com). Entry
submission will close on Tuesday, October 8, 2012 @ 9:00PM. No late entries
will be accepted.
PLU alumni need to email or call Coach Kreier (kreierhy@plu.edu) no later than
Tuesday, October 8th, 2012 @ 5:00PM to be entered into the meet.
Entry Fee: $150/team or $200/team (both genders). Unlimited entries per team accepted.
Open athletes are $20/athlete. Alumni are free. All entry fees are due at packet
pick-up on meet day. (Make checks payable to “Pacific Lutheran University”)
Course: The course is grass, flat and fast. Spikes are recommended.
Map: Map will be available on the PLU website in mid September, after revisions are
finalized.
Questions: Contact Coach Kreier @ 253-535-7371 or kreierhy@plu.edu

Meet Opening: UNC Asheville Cross Country Carnival

Asheville Cross Country Carnival

Date: September 14, 2013

 

Place: Asheville Christian Academy

74 Riverwood Road

Swannanoa, NC 28778

**15’ from downtown Asheville

 

Entry Fee: $100 per team (men/women separate)

Make checks payable to:  UNC Asheville Track & Field

Unattached collegiate entries are free with valid college ID, all other unattached

are $15.00 per individual

 

Time: Community Race (5k) – 8:00 a.m.

College Men (8k) – 9:10 a.m.

College Women (5k) – 10:00 a.m.

High School Boys (5k) – 10:40 a.m.

High School Girls (5k) – 11:20 a.m.

Awards Ceremony – 12:00 p.m.

 

Course Preview: Friday, September 13, 2013

4:00 – 7:00 p.m.

 

Team Scoring: Unlimited number of entries.  Team scores will be computed by totaling the top five runners finish positions.  Teams with less than five runners will NOT be totaled in the team scores but will be scored in the individual scoring.

 

Course: Flat and fast!  Course will start in athletic fields and run down along woodchip path along the river, then circle some farming fields.  Course consists of grass, woodchip path & dirt with a small paved path crossing.  Finish will be along soccer field.

**Contact Jesse Norman at jnorman@unca.edu or 828.251.6921 if you have any questions.

 

MEET OPENING: West Georgia

2013 UWG Wolves Cross Country Invitational

Saturday, October 12, 2013

UWG Athletic Complex

Carrollton, Georgia

Collegiate Men’s 8k Race: 9 am EST

Women’s 5k Race: 9:45 am EST

Course: Great course that starts out in a large open field will rolling hills and crosses over soccer fields, practice fields along with some loose earth and about 20m of concrete.

Entry Fee: $80 per team or both teams (Men & Women $150) $15 per individual.  Please make checks payable to University of West Georgia Athletic Foundation

Entry: Please email your rosters to Coach Brooks at tbrooks@westga.edu

Entry Deadline: October 1st  2013

Awards: Trophies to the top Men’s and Women’s Team/ Individual awards to the top 10 finishers.

Parking: Parking will be located in the lot just above the start and finish line.

Restrooms: Portable toilets will be made available

Packet pick-up:  Starts at 7:45 am at the tent across from the finish line.

Questions: Contact Coach Tim Brooks

Email: tbrooks@westga.edu   Phone: 678-839-6533 FAX: 678-839-6538

MEET OPENING – St. Andrews

Date:                           Friday, August 30, 2013

Location:                    Campus of St. Andrews University

1700 Dogwood Mile    Laurinburg, NC 28352

 

Race Times:                6:00pm     Middle School 2 mile (Boys & Girls Together)

                                    6:30pm     High School Girls 5k

                                    7:00pm     High School Boys 5k

                                    7:30pm     Collegiate/Open Women’s 5k

                                    8:00pm     Collegiate/Open men’s 5k

 

Course Description:   Fast, 3 loop course, primarily dirt trails & grass. Very spectator friendly.

 

Entry Fees:                  Middle School and High School $10 per runner w/ High School

                                     max of $100. Collegiate/Open $20 per runner w/team max of

                                    $150. Unlimited number of entries per team. Email entries to Coach

            Bill Cason at casonwm@sapc.edu  Questions call 336-734-3009.

 

Awards:                      Top 5 male & female individual finishers in middle and High school races. Awards will be presented to the top 2 teams in HS & college races.

MEET OPENING – Roanake/Virginia Tech

THURSDAY MAY 9, 2013
ROANOKE / VA TECH TWILIGHT @ ROANOKE COLLEGE

Contact for INFORMATION:
bethoma1@vt.edu

Last yrs results:

http://www.tfrrs.org/results/25964.html

http://www.hokiesports.com/track/extras/VA%20Tech-Roanoke%20Twilight%20Meet%205-12-11.htm

Thanks!

Coach Ben Thomas
Virginia Tech XC/Track
540-641-3548

MEET OPENINGS: Northern Michigan

Northern Michigan University

Northern Challenge

Marquette, MI

Saturday February 16, 2013

 

 

Our facility is one of the largest wooden domes in the world, supporting a five acre ground surface area and a 200 meter benyon surfaced track. It has the widest turns available within ½ meter and a

120 meter straightaway.

 

Entry fees are just $100 a team. Mark us in your upcoming season schedule today.

 

Track: 200m Poly-Urethane Surface

6 Lanes on the Oval

120m Sprint Straightaway

 

Running: 55m Dash and 55m Hurdles will have prelims and finals

Two heat finals. Top 6 times in fast heat, the next 6 fastest in the 2nd heat

All others events are timed finals

 

Note: 5000 Meter run will be canceled if less than 5 athletes enter. This rule will be gender specific, as me may run both genders,  only male, or only female dependent upon entries.

 

 

Jumping: Poly-Urethane – Two runways   1)TJ only    2)PV east end shared runway- LJ West end)

LJ: Wood board at 8′ from pit

TJ: Men Wood board 41′ and painted  36′ from pit.  Women Painted boards 32′ and 28′

prelims and 9 jumpers to finals

PV: Opening heights are TBA. Progression will be set for NCAA championship qualification

women’s section jumping 1st , men to follow

HJ: One pit with multi-purpose (track spike accommodating) sport surface take-off area with    some approach on the track

 

Throws:  Wood circle with cage for the weight throw. Wood circle for shot-put to follow.

Three throws with the top 9 throwers to finals

Weigh-in will be in Center entrance of  Home stands (North end) outside of hurdle storage room.  Weigh- in for all implements one hour prior to the meet start time.

 

Timing: Finish Lynx, Director of timing Mr. Sam Graci

 

Locker Rooms: Lockers, showers, and Sauna available in (PEIF) building across from Superior    Dome bring your own towels.  From Center entrance of Visiting bleachers (South end) walk past USOEC exhibit, through double doors across covered walkway to General Community Locker rooms.

 

Parking: Buses and Vans can park in North lot (extremely accessible parking behind Superior Dome.

 

Spikes: ¼ Spikes are the longest. No CHRISTMAS TREE or NEEDLE/PIN Spikes. No spikes allowed in training room, locker rooms, or classrooms.

 

For more information please contact Cheree Hicks, chhicks@nmu.edu

MEET OPENINGS: Concordia Irvine

Concordia University Irvine will be hosting two indoor meets:

Saturday January 19th – Leonard “Blu” Blutreich Invitational

Saturday February 16th – CUI Last Chance Qualifier

Open meets, open to teams and individuals from all divisions.

Pre-registration can be found on Direct Athletics.

For more information contact Mark Sellers at mark.sellers@cui.edu or call 949-214-3243.

MEET OPENING: Shorter University

Shorter University will be hosting the Rome Shorter Relays March 29-30, 2013.

Facilities: Maddox Track at Barron Stadium is and eight-lane, 400-meter track with a Beynon surface, Lynx Timing System and Jumbo-Tron scoreboard. The stands at the track can seat over 6500 spectators. The Shorter Throws Center, a new 10 acre facility, is located one mile away from Barron Stadium. A shuttle will be available to transport individuals to and from the venues. The center contains three shot rings, a discus cage, and a hammer/discus combo cage.

Site:
Barron Stadium, located at 300 East 3rd Avenue Rome, GA 30161

Meet Questions:
Contact Rochelle Black at rblack@shorter.edu or 706-233-7961

MEET OPENINGS: Texas A&M-Kingsville

Texas A&M University – Kingsville will be hosting a twilight meet on Saturday April 13th.  Open to teams from all divisions.  Newly re-done track and field facility.  Any interested teams should contact Ryan Dall at ryan.dall@tamuk.edu or 361-593-2424.

MEET OPENINGS: Emory

Emory Crossplex Invitational @ Birmingham, AL Monday Jan 28, 2013

Emory Invitational Fri-Sat March 22-23,2013

Emory Classic Fri-Sat March 29-30,2013

 
For more information regarding the meet or to inquire as to participating, please call John Curtin at 404-727-4098 or e-mail him at jcurtin@emory.edu.

 

Other information can be found at www.emoryathletics.com

MEET OPENINGS: Ohio State

The Ohio State University Jesse Owens Classic will be held April 19-20. Meet information can be found at:

 

http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/sports/m-track/JO-Classic/welcome.html

 

Please contact Fred Barends @ barends.1@osu.edu or 614-736-0320 with any questions and/or to confirm desire to enter the meet.

MEET OPENINGS: South Carolina State

41st Running of the Robert “Jet” Johnson Bulldog Relays

 

The SC State University Track and Field Program will host the 41st Running of the Robert “Jet” Johnson Bulldog Relays on March 22-23, 2013 at the Lorry Dawkins Track on the campus of South Carolina State University.

 

This will be the only collegiate meet held on the campus of SC State during the 2013 season.  We are looking forward to an All-Star cast of colleges and universities participating in this event.  Plaques will be given to first and second place relays teams, first and second place overall teams, and the most valuable track/field athlete of the meet.  All times will be FAT.

 

The entry fees for the meet is $300 per team ($600.00 for both men’s and women’s team from same school count as two teams).  Entry fee for individuals is set at $25.

 

If you are interested in attending this meet or want to receive more information, please email Coach Tyree Price at tprice7@scsu.edu or call (803) 536-8715.

 

Please email by December 15, 2012, if you are planning on participating in the meet.

MEET OPENINGS: Ohio State

THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY INDOOR COLLEGIATE MEET INFORMATION

FRIDAY, JANUARY 11 AND FEBRUARY 15, 2013

FRENCH FIELDHOUSE – 460 WOODY HAYES DRIVE, COLUMBUS, OHIO 43210

UPDATED 10/25/12

 

1.   Unlimited entries for each event. Just be reasonable.

 

2.    Entry procedure: online entries will be made at http://www.directathletics.com/ and are due by Wednesday (1/9/13) and Wednesday (2/13/13) by noon, respectively.

 

3.    Please submit verifiable marks from the 2011-2012 or 2012-2013 indoor seasons only.

Enter all running events in 100ths and field events in metric.

*Note: all entry marks will be published on the OSU web page and finishtiming.com.

 

4.   Coaches – Please contact Fred Barends (barends.1@osu.edu) with intent to compete ASAP!

- These are not all-comer’s meets and are not open to high school athletes.

- All non-division I teams and individuals must receive permission to be in these meets.

- Non-division I athletes must meet performance standards and receive prior permission to enter these meets.

- Permission granted by e-mail from Fred Barends

***All entries accepted at the discretion of the meet director***

 

5.   Entry fee is $200 per gender ($400 for both teams) – or, $20 per person, up to $200 per gender (10 or more constitutes a team). Make checks payable to “The Ohio State University.”

 

6.   Only ¼” spikes will be permitted.

 

7.   We have UCS blocks.  If you bring your own blocks, they may have up to 3/8” spikes in them.  Please do not drop or drag blocks on any surface.

 

8.   The athletic training room will be open 2 hours prior to the start of the track meet. Ice and moist heat packs will be

available to all athletes. Electrical modalities (i.e. electrical stim, ultrasound, etc.) are only permitted by those teams

traveling with a certified athletic trainer. There will be no exceptions.  Teams requiring taping must bring their own

supplies and it is preferred that they get taped at either the beginning of the field events or at the beginning of the

running events. There will be a doctor on call. Water, ice and First Aid Treatments will also be provided.

 

Courtney Siegel, Med, ATC:  614-292-7860 or siegel.105@osu.edu

 

9.   Hy-Tek scoring. We will have results at: http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/ , Finishtiming.com (results during the meet and after) and TFRRS that weekend.

 

10.  Be accurate on your entries so we have the right people in each heat. Enter marks that reflect the current fitness of each athlete and are verifiable from the 2011-12 or 2012-13 indoor seasons.

 

11.  The three year old 200 meter track is a 6 lane Beynon Sports floor with an eight lane straight. The two long/triple runways and pole vault runway are the same surface as the track. High jump is on the turf. Two wooden throwing rings for the shot put and weight throw events.

 

12.  Weigh-ins will be finished by 4:45 for the shot put and weight throw.

 

13.  Teams camps – West end of the facility by the weight room. No camps in the infield.

 

13.  There will be a concession stand open in the main lobby.

 

14.  No admission will be charged.

 

Questions/Concerns: Fred Barends (barends.1@osu.edu) or (614) 736-0320

Schedule of Events – Friday, January 11th, 2013

Will be adjusted for field sizes the day of the meet!

 

Field Events

 

5:00pm

Men’s SHOT (3 Throws, Top 9 to a 3 Throw Final)

Women’s WEIGHT (3 Throws, Top 9 to a 3 Throw Final)

Women’s POLE VAULT (Men PV to follow) – STARTING HEIGHTS TBD

Men’s HIGH JUMP (Women’s HJ to follow) – STARTING HEIGHTS TBD

Men’s Long Jump (Men’s TJ to follow 20 mins after) (3 Jumps, Top 9 to a 3 Jump Final)

Women’s Long jump (Women’s TJ to follow 20 mins after) (3 Jumps, Top 9 to a 3 Jump Final)

 

6:30pm

Men’s WEIGHT and Women’s SHOT (3 Throws, Top 9 to a 3 Throw Final)

 

Running Events

6:00 WOMEN’S 60H, MEN’S 60H – SEMIS – TOP 8 TO FINALS

6:15 WOMEN’S 60, MEN’S 60 – SEMIS – TOP 8 TO FINALS

6:30 MEN’S MILE, WOMEN’S MILE

6:50 MEN’S 60H, WOMEN’S 60H

7:00 MEN’S 400, WOMEN’S 400

7:15 MEN’S 60, WOMEN’S 60

7:20 MEN’S 600, WOMEN’S 600

7:30 MEN’S 800, WOMEN’S 800

7:40 MEN’S 200. WOMEN’S 200

8:15 MEN’S 3000, WOMEN’S 3000

8:40 MEN’S 4×400, WOMEN’S 4 x 400

 

Schedule of Events – Friday, February 15th, 2013

Will be adjusted for field sizes the day of the meet!

 

Field Events

 

5:00pm

Men’s SHOT (3 Throws, Top 9 to a 3 Throw Final)

Women’s WEIGHT (3 Throws, Top 9 to a 3 Throw Final)

Women’s POLE VAULT (Men PV to follow) – STARTING HEIGHTS TBD

Men’s HIGH JUMP (Women’s HJ to follow) – STARTING HEIGHTS TBD

Men’s Long Jump (Men’s TJ to follow 20 mins after) (3 Jumps, Top 9 to a 3 Jump Final)

Women’s Long jump (Women’s TJ to follow 20 mins after) (3 Jumps, Top 9 to a 3 Jump Final)

 

6:30pm

Men’s WEIGHT and Women’s SHOT (3 Throws, Top 9 to a 3 Throw Final)

 

Running Events

 

6:00 WOMEN’S 60H, MEN’S 60H – SEMIS – TOP 8 TO FINALS

6:25 WOMEN’S 60, MEN’S 60 – SEMIS – TOP 8 TO FINALS

6:50 MEN’S MILE, WOMEN’S MILE

7:20 MEN’S 60H, WOMEN’S 60H

7:30 MEN’S 400, WOMEN’S 400

7:55 MEN’S 60, WOMEN’S 60

8:00 MEN’S 600, WOMEN’S 600

8:10 MEN’S 800, WOMEN’S 800

8:20 MEN’S 1000, WOMEN’S 1000

8:30 MEN’S 200. WOMEN’S 200

8:55 MEN’S 3000, WOMEN’S 3000

9:35 MEN’S 4×400,WOMEN’S 4 x 400

MEET OPENINGS: University of Miami (FL)

Hurricane Invitational

(Multi- Events conducted on Friday and Saturday)

March 15-16th

 

Miami Invitational

March 23rd 

 

Hurricane Alumni Invitational

April 13

 

-Please email by November 10, if you have interest in attending any of the 2013 meets

-Direct questions towards Damon Griffiths

dgriffiths@miami.edu

305-284-2062

 

All other information can be found at www.hurricanesports.com

MEET OPENINGS: Frye Foundation 5k Walk Challenge Series

Gatorade Presents: The Frye Foundation 5k Walk Challenge Series

Join University of South Carolina Track and Field Head Coach Curtis Frye, Gatorade and Olympian Matt Centrowitz,Jr in our mission to fight for ” A Healthy America”, by bringing awareness to how important diabetes is and how to find a cure.

We invite you to come out on Saturday, October 6th and November 10th, at Memorial Stadium at 8:00am–1000 S Holly Street, Columbia,SC and walk for Diabetes.  You can register online at: www.strictlyrunning.com    The cost is $15. $20 for walk-ups.

 

ALL AGES are welcome to participate.

 

For additional information, please contact Mr. Phillip Frye, at 800-315-3611,or visit our website at: www.thefryefoundation.org

 

 

All proceeds from these events will go directly to the research of diabetes.

 

MEET OPENINGS: Kentucky Wesleyan/Brescia

Fast Cats Classic

Important Meet Information:

Date:                      Saturday, October 13, 2012

 

Event Host:          Daviess County High School

Kentucky Wesleyan College

Brescia University

 

Meet Director:     Tony Rowe, (270) 993-3510 tony.rowe@daviess.kyschools.us

John Blackwell, (270) 852-3698 jblackwell@kwc.edu

Alan Schulze, (270) 302-2840 alan.schulze@brescia.edu

 

Race Site:            Yellow Creek Park – 5710 Kentucky 144, Owensboro, KY 42303

 

Entry Deadline:   Team roster are due by Tuesday, October 9, 2012

 

Entry Procedure: High schools from Kentucky should enter online through your team manager program. The entry file is now posted with meet information at www.ktccca.org. Send your hy-tech entry file to: Lillie.brunson@daviess.kyschools.us. College, non-Kentucky High Schools and Unattached Athletes should enter through Direct Athletics (www.directatheltics.com).

 

Entry Fee: The entry fee for the College/University Division of the Fast Cats Classic is $100.00 per team or $200 for both men and women teams. Incomplete team fee will be $15 per athlete. Unattached athlete’s entry fee will be $5 and must be paid at time of entry. The entry fee for the High School Division of the Fast Cats Classic is $75.00 per team or $150 for both men’s and women’s teams. Checks should be made payable to “Daviess County High School”.

 

Race Times:        High School Coed Open 5K – 9:45AM

College and University Men’s 8K – 10:30AM

College and University Women’s 5K – 11:20AM

HS Women’s Varsity 5K – 12:00Noon

HS Men’s Varsity 5K – 12:40PM

 

Course Description: Both 5,000 & 8,000 meter courses are all-over flat with slight rolling terrain, primarily grass with one 200 meter gravel stretch.

 

Trainers:               The training area is across from the start/finish, next to the check-in tent. Please contact Teresa Jenkins, tjenkins@kwc.edu (270) 852-3333 for any specific needs.

 

Team Camp:        Area is for teams only. Please use the tree line area outside of the course, to the right of the start line.

 

Awards:                Coed Open – ribbons to top 20 boys/top 20 girls

College Men & Women – Knit Caps to top 20 individuals (men)/Fleece Headband to top 20 individuals (women); Team trophy to champion and runner-up

HS Men & Women – Knit Caps to top 20 individuals (men)/Fleece Headband to top 20 individuals (women); Trophies to top 3 individuals; Team trophy to champion and runner-up

 

Team Parking: Parking lot in front of lake reserved for team vans and buses

 

For additional information visit the Cross Country page at www.kwcpanthers.com or contact John Blackwell.

 

Thanks.

 

MEET OPENINGS: San Diego State

68th  Annual

San Diego State Aztec Cross Country Invitational

Saturday September 15th

 

Location:

Balboa Park, Quince Dr. & Balboa Dr., San Diego

 

Time Schedule:

8:00 a.m.  – Women Open (5K)

8:30 a.m – Women Invitational (5K)

9:00 a.m – Men Invitational (8K)

9:30 a.m – Men Open (8K)

10:00 a.m – Community Race (5K) – USATF Sanctioned Event

 

Entry Guidelines:

Invitational – NCAA DI, Top Tier College and Club Teams, and Unattached Elites.

Open – Other NCAA, NAIA, Community College, Clubs and Unattached.

Community – Any individual of any gender or age.

(Unattached Elite Entry Guidance:  Men 8K < 26:00; Women 5K <18:30)

 

Entry Procedures:

Please register on line at this link:  http://finishedresults.com/68th-aztec-xc-invite

Entry Fees:

$125 – Per first two,10-athlete teams.  Additional teams $50 each.

$25 – Unattached and Community race entrants.

$30 – Day of meet individual entry fee.

Payment can be on-line with a credit card when entering the meet.

College/Club team checks should be made out to: San Diego State Cross Country

 

Course Description:

Scenic Course through public park. Combination of dirt trials, grass and concrete. Several challenging hills to include switchbacks. Middle of course passes through wooded area.

 

Course Maps and Meet Package:

http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/sdsu/sports/w-xc/auto_pdf/2011-12/misc_non_event/12AztecInvitational.pdf

 

Course Inspection:

During Public Park Hours, small section of course closed Friday night (see course map)

 

Packet Pickup:

Colleges/Club Teams:  7:00 a.m.; Community Race:  7:30 a.m. on Race Day

 

College Team Awards:

Trophies will be awarded to the top three college teams in invitational races. Top 5 individual invitational winners will also receive awards.

 

Community Race Awards:

Medals will be awarded to the top three finishers in the following Age Groups: 8 and Under, 9-12, 13-17, 18-23, 24-29. 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65+; Commemorative T-Shirt for all community race entrants.

 

Facilities:

San Diego State athletic trainers will be in place one hour before the first race begins to provide aid to any athlete who may require assistance. If any of your athletes require special assistance, please have your athletic training staff contact our athletic trainers at (619) 594-5551 to make necessary arrangements.  No shower facilities are available.

 

Additional Meet Information:

http://goaztecs.cstv.com/sports/w-xc/spec-rel/031212aaa.html

 

Contacts:

Head Coach:  Shelia Burrell, (619) 594-5514, sburrell@mail.sdsu.edu

Meet Director:  Rick Reaser, (310) 227-5534, rick-reaser@msn.com

Online Entries: Chris Drescher, (951) 334-8300, cdrescher@finishedresults.com

MEET OPENINGS: Christopher Newport

Christopher Newport University XC Invite

 

Date/Time

October 13, 2012

11:00am – Men’s 8k

12:00pm – Women’s 6k

 

Entry Information

Deadline: Tue., Oct. 9, 7pm

Cost: $150 ($175 for non USTFCCCA member) per school per gender for unlimited entrants into both races; $20 per unattached athlete; please make checks payable to CNU Cross Country

Procedure: E-mail athlete names separated by gender to Matthew.Barreau@cnu.edu by the entry deadline

                        *an updated procedure may become available due to the new TFRRRS XC procedures available… updates will be e-mailed out to attending teams prior to the meet

Packet pick-up: 9:00-10:30am at Lee Hall Mansion

 

Course InfoLee Hall Mansion, Newport News, VA

The course at Lee Hall Mansion is 100% grass and dirt. Spikes are allowed. Spots on course may become soft under heavy rains. Start straight is over 400m long and finish straight is well over 200m long. Primarily flat with slightly rolling hills. A warm-up area on soft surfaces separate from the course may also be available.

 

Directions

From North: Take I-64 South and take Exit 247. Turn left onto Hwy. 143/Merrimac Trail (1.2M). Turn right onto Yorktown Road (0.5M). Turn right onto gravel road at Lee Hall Mansion. Follow signs to parking.

From South: Take I-64 North and take Exit 247. Turn left onto Yorktown Road (0.3M). Turn right onto gravel road at Lee Hall Mansion. Follow signs to parking.

 

Parking

Parking for cars and team vans will be on grass in Lee Hall Mansion field. Depending on meet size, busses may be directed to park in a nearby lot at Lee Hall Elementary School ~1M away.

 

Trainers/Facilities

Trainer will be on site near the start/finish line to provide water, ice, and first aid. Team shelters/camps area will be designated within ~100m of start line. Restrooms will be available. Do not go into Lee Hall Mansion

 

Race Format

NCAA rules will apply. Top five runners will score for team, sixth and seventh runners will count as displacers. Race divisions will be created as necessary to accommodate safe field sizes and to create the highest competitive environment available. D-I schools may be scored separately as needed. Awards will be given to the winning team and the top 10 individuals in each race.

MEET OPENINGS: Kentucky

We would like to announce that the University of Kentucky will be hosting a new meet, the Bluegrass Classic at our new state-of-the-art track and field facility in Lexington.  It’s a Friday evening- Saturday meet slated for April 19-20, 2013, also including a high school section  Any interest in this meet should contact Will Thomas @ william.thomas@uky.edu

MEET OPENINGS: UCF

UCF Black and Gold Invitational (Women Only)

March 16th

 

UCF Invitational (Both Men & Women)

March 22-23rd 

 

-Both Meets are Division 1 only

 

-Must have Clearance to Participate through

Coach Caryl Smith Gilbert

 

-Meet will be capped when it is full

 

-Direct questions towards Jeff Chakouian

jchakouian@athletics.ucf.edu

 

All other information can be found at

www.ucfathletics.com

MEET OPENINGS: UNLV

“Different” meets

Nov. 17, 2012         45 minute Heptathlon

Dec. 8, 2012        Castorama (Throwers Quadrathlon)

Spring 2013

March 1 & 2, 2013        UNLV Track Classic (Distance Carnival Friday afternoon)

March 15 & 16, 2013        UNLV Invite & Sheila Tarr Multis

April 12 & 13, 2013        Randall Cunningham Invite (High School Friday, Collegiate/Open Sat.)

PS- If possible please make note to contact Enoch Borozinski (enoch.borozinski@unlv.edu) with intent to compete ASAP.

MEET OPENING: Millikin University

Millikin University has the following XC Meet Opening:

 

H.W. Wright Invitational

 

Location: Nelson Park, Decatur, IL

 

Time: Saturday, October 6, 2012

11am- 6K Women’s Race

11:45am- 8K Men’s Race

 

Entry Fee: $100.00 per team per gender, unlimited entries, results will be available following meet.

 

Course: Rolling hills, spectator friendly. Course consists of a three kilometer loop and a two kilometer loop. Women’s race will be two 3K loops and the men’s race will add the 2K loop on the end. Common Start and finish line area. Restrooms will be available at the course, with showers available back at Millikin’s Griswold Center, approximately 3 miles from campus after the meet if wanted. Athletic Training Staff will be on site for all athletes.

 

Awards: T-Shirts for top 5 finishes in each race and team plaque for winning team. (Only team entries will be awarded T-Shirts)

 

For further information please contact: Clark Wille- Head Cross Country Coach- cwille@millikin.edu or (217)853-8402 or Dirk Doehring-ddoehring@millikin.edu or (217)521-1700.

MEET OPENINGS: Wingate University

3rd Annual

Wingate University Cross Country

Bulldog Stampede

Saturday September 22th

Wingate University Cross Country Course (located at the soccer/softball complex)

Time Schedule:

8:00am Middle School Boys 3k

8:30 am Middle School Girls 3k

9:00am College Men 8k

9:45am College Women 5k

10:15am High School Boys 5k

10:45am High School Girls 5k

Entry Fee:

$65 per high school/middle school team ($120 if both boys & girls team from a school compete)

$100 per college/university team ($180 if both mens & womens teams from a school compete)

$20 per individual

Check made payable to Wingate University Cross Country.

Course Description:

Course is rolling trails and fields- a true cross country course.  Cross Country Spikes or racing flats are ideal for this course.  The course crosses one small patch of pavement, but otherwise is grass or dirt trails with some moderate hills.  In the past this course has been used for the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional Championships, the Union County Championships and hosted the 2010 South Atlantic Conference Championships.

Course Maps:

Will be made available online at www.wingatebulldogs.com by September 10th.

Course Inspection:

The course will available for inspection on Friday between 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. and Saturday morning from 7:00 – 8:00 a.m.

Packets:

Can be picked up after 7:00am on race day at the Softball Complex

Awards:

Top two teams in each race will receive an award.  Top 15 individuals in each race will receive an award.

Entries:

Interested teams and athletes need to contact Joe Soehnlen at jsoehnlen@wingate.edu for the entry form.

Facilities:  We will have an EMT present and trainers available.  No shower facilities are available.

Contact:

Joe Soehnlen at 704-233-8039 or jsoehnlen@wingate.edu

Dr. Dennis Johnson at 704-233-8182 or djohnson@wingate.edu

MEET OPENINGS: Indiana Wesleyan University

All meet information is posted on www.iwuwildcats.com

2013 Open Dates –

Indoor:
Dec. 1st IWU Early Bird Tune-Up Indoor Invitational
Jan. 19th:  IWU Field Event Classic
Jan. 26th:  IWU Invitational
Feb. 2nd:  IWU Wildcat Classic Invitational

Outdoor:
March 23rd:  25th Annual IWU Polar Bear Invitational

MEET OPENINGS: Hagan Stone Park

Hagan Stone Park, Greensboro, NC

www.greensboropacesetters.com

Contact Information:

Charlie Brown

snoopytrac@aol.com

 

 

29th Anniversary of the

GREENSBORO CROSS COUNTRY INVITATIONAL

SEPTEMBER 29                  The Best XC course in the EAST.

UNIQUE & BEAUTIFUL TEAM AWARDS Hand Craved

BEAUTIFUL, SCENIC 100% GRASS/TRAIL COURSE, True XC

College Entry Fee  $60.00 per Men’s Team, $60.00 per Women’s Team

Limit of 25 colleges

High Schools

Middle Schools

Open Races

 

 

HAGAN STONE XC CLASSIC     OCTOBER 6

Why not run on a course your runners enjoy!!  Hagan Stone Park XC

College Entry Fee  $60.00 per Men’s Team, $60.00 per Women’s Team

Limit of 25 colleges

High Schools

Middle Schools

Open Races

 

 

5k and 8k Courses are on youtube.com    See the course before you run.

 

MEET OPENINGS: McNeese State University

Cross Country

Aug 31st McNeese XC 6k Relay (College)

Sept 29th McNeese Cowboy Stampede (College, High School, Open)

Indoor

Jan 18th McNeese Indoor I (College)  Limited ** almost full ** Jan 19th McNeese Indoor I (High School)

Feb 1st Jeff Davis Bank McNeese Indoor II (College)  Limited ** almost full ** Feb 2nd Jeff Davis Bank McNeese Indoor II (High School)

Outdoor

March 9th Cowboy Relays “Bob Hayes Louisiana Challenge”

April 13th McNeese Spring Time Invite

All meet info will be posted on www.mcneesesports.com

Entries will be handled through www.directathletics.com

Come join us for some Southwest Louisiana Southern Hospitality!

Contact: Brendon Gilroy

Head Track and Field Coach

McNeese State University

Lake Charles, LA 70609

O 337-475-5204

C 337-540-8043

F 337-475-5377

 

MEET OPENINGS: University of Nebraska

38th ANNUAL FRANK SEVIGNE HUSKER INVITATIONAL
INDOOR TRACK & FIELD MEET
Bob Devaney Sports Center – Lincoln, Nebraska
February 1st and 2nd, 2013

Open to Collegiate Athletes of all levels (Division I, II, III, NAIA, Junior College) and select Unattached Collegians and Post-Collegians

Field Sizes:

Pentathlon 12
Heptathlon 12
Pole Vault 20
High Jump 20
Triple Jump 24
Shot Put 24
Long Jump 24
Weight Throw 24
60m Hurdles 32
60m Dash 40
200m Dash 40
400m Dash 40
600m Run 15
800m Run 24
Mile 30
3000m Run 30
5000m Run 20
4x400m 16 teams

Friday, Feb. 1st
Multi Events begin at Noon
Field Events begin at 5:00pm
Running Events begin at 6:00pm
Day 1 concluded by 9:15pm

Saturday, Feb. 2nd
Heptathlon resumes at 10:00am
Field Events begin at Noon
Running Events begin at Noon
Meet concluded by 5:00pm

Confirmed teams:

Kansas State University
Barton County Community College
University of Missouri
Pittsburg State University
Iowa Central Community College
Rice University
Baylor University
Drake University
University of Nebraska-Kearney
Northwest Missouri State University
South Dakota State University
Lincoln University
Auburn University
University of Florida
University of Illinois (women)

For more information, or if interested contact T. J. Pierce (tpierce@huskers.com)

MEET OPENING: Loyola University Chicago

40th Annual Sean Earl Loyola Lakefront  Cross Country Invitational

 

Date:                                    Saturday, September 29, 2012

University/Collegiate Women – 5000 meters                                   11:45am

University/Collegiate Men – 8000 meters                                          12:15pm

Site:                                       Montrose Avenue Beach, 4400 North Lake Shore Drive at Lake Michigan in the city of Chicago – Directions are on our website at www.loyolaramblers.com – go to cross country page and Sean Earl Loyola Lakefront Info on right side of screen.

Course/Map:                     Course map may be viewed online at www.loyolaramblers.com – Cross Country Team Site – Course Map and Directions link.

All entries done online – go to www.directathletics.com to enter your team or individuals online – if you have questions go to www.loyolaramblers.com – to the cross country site – to Online Registration link for information on how to use Direct Athletics.  Open athletes will need to sign a waiver upon packet pickup. TEAMS MAY ALSO PAY ONLINE.

Entry Fees:                      College – $175 per men’s team/ $175 per women’s team.
Individual/Unattached College Athletes $25

NIRCA/Intramural/Club – $150 per men’s team and $150 per women’s team. Individuals $25

High School – $100 per boy’s team /$100 per girl’s team.  Individual entries $15

Elementary – $75 per school – Individual entries $10

$50.00 Late Registration Fee required at packet pick-up for teams with late entry deadline(s)

                                               

Checks payable to Loyola University, ATTN: Cross Country, Norville Center,
6526 N Winthrop Ave, Chicago, IL 60626.
 Loyola Rambler 5k:  Loyola Rambler 5k Entry Information

The 5k race is open to all Loyola students, alumni, staff, faculty, and the general public.  The race fee is $25 which includes a cotton t-shirt.  Register online at www.loyolaramblers.com by September 5, 2012.  Late race registrations after September 5, 2012 will be charged $30.  There will be no t-shirt guaranteed for late registrations.  Race day registrations will be permitted at the check-in table.

 

Scoring:                               We will score each race separately.

Top 7 runners will count toward scoring (first 5 score, 6 and 7 displace).

All runners after your seventh finisher will be included in the results.

 

Results:                                Results will be done by the order of finish determined by timing strip attached to backside of each BIB number.  Copies of results will be posted near the finish line and near awards presentation.  Results will also be posted at our website at www.loyolaramblers.com.

 

Awards:                               The top 15 finishers and the top 2 teams in each race receive awards.

 

Packets:                              Pick up at the Tent near the starting line along Simonds Drive.

Friday afternoon from 3:30-5:30 pm

Saturday morning beginning at 6:30 am

Packets will be available at the registration tent.  Coaches, please pull the numbers of any runners that were registered but not able to run.

 

Parking:                              All Team Bus/Team Van/Spectator parking – take Wilson Ave exit east from Lake Shore Drive – lot is on the left just north of hill.

 

Showers:                             Teams may dress and shower afterwards at Loyola’s Norville Center.  Bring your own towels.  Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus is located 3 miles north of the cross country course at 6526 N Winthrop Ave.

 

Questions:                          Head Coach Randy Hasenbank – 773-508-2582

Assistant Coach Jackie Kropp – 773-508-2585

Loyola Athletic Department – 773-508-2560

Loyola SID – Bill Behrns – 773-508-2575 Leo Krause – 773-508-2497

Loyola Academy Head Boy’s Coach – Dan Seeberg – 847-920-2628

MEET OPENINGS: Kutztown University

DII XC Challenge Sept. 15th 2012

ALL Division II teams welcome

Hosted by Kutztown University on the championship

“FARM COURSE”

The D II Challenge again returns to Kutztown, PA for the 2012 edition for the Cross Country season.  In the past three years the meet has grown significantly and we are looking for additional teams to join us for the 2012 fall season.

The “Farm Course” at Kutztown is an exciting venue and both a fair and challenging course for the athletes and very spectator friendly .We hope you can join us in 2012.

Entertainment nearby include Hershey and Dorney Parks and Crystal Caves.  Only 90 minutes from Philadelphia and the Liberty Bell.  Easy access for many cultural events in the Amish Country of Central PA.

Please feel free to contact Meet Director, Ray Hoffman at 610 683-1334 with any questions.

General Meet Info

Race Time/ Distance       10:00a.m.            Men’s 8k

11:00a.m.            Women’s 6k

 

Site                                        Kutztown University North Campus Farm Fields.  The course has hosted numerous championships meets for the NCAA, college conferences and high school district and major invitationals in the past.

 

Awards                                 Top 2 teams and Top 10 individuals.

 

Hotels:                                  Special local rates through Caprice Scheffler 610 530 4629; email:  abelvgroups@mjreservations.com

Entertainment:                 Nearby Hershey and Dorney Parks and Crystal Caves.  Only 90 minutes from Philadelphia and the Liberty Bell.  Easy access to see many cultural events in Amish country of central PA.

 

Entries                                  Direct Athletics

 

Parking                                 Within 200 meters for buses, vans and all spectator vehicles.

 

Locker Room:                    Available at Keystone Fieldhouse

 

Sports Medicine:              Will be available on site the day of the races.

 

If your team is interested in being a part of the D II XC Challenge

please contact Coach Hoffman at email:  hoffman@kutztown.edu

 

MEET OPENINGS: Southeastern Louisiana

Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana will be hosting its first annual Combined Events Challenge Thursday and Friday, March 14 and 15th, 2013.  We would like to invite your decathletes and heptathletes to participate in this spring break event.   Our brand new facility is a Beynon 2000 surface, with four long jump pits, four pole vault boxes (and three pits,)  2 shot circles with impact areas, and the ability to sprint, hurdle and jump in multiple directions as well as run two high jump competitions simultaneously.

We will cater to all levels of competition, from first time multi-eventers, to those attempting to qualify for their respective NCAA division nationals.  If we need to, we’ll run two sections (18 is the max number we are planning to run for one section/flight.)

Entry Fee:  $40 dollars per athlete, to cover the cost of fully automatic timing, top finisher awards, and a t-shirt for each competitor.  Checks made out to “Southeastern LAA—Track”

Entries:  Direct Athletics

Weigh ins:  immediately preceding the first men’s or women’s running event for each day’s competition.  Competitors should bring their own implements (we’ll have a few extra shots,) which will be impounded at the weigh in and brought to the event site 30 minutes before the scheduled event start.

Questions:  Brian Mondschein  985-981-3886  brian.mondschein@selu.edu  Entries are due Monday, March 11, 2013 at midnight.  We will post the sections, if we need two of them, on our track website (lionsports.net) by Wednesday  noon.  Email if you would like to attend or are interested in attending.  Closest airports  are Armstrong International in New Orleans and Baton Rouge, both 50 minutes away.   EVENTUALLY we’ll post more info on www.Lionsports.net

MEET OPENINGS: Penn State University

2012-13 Penn State Cross Country/Track and Field

 

Entering Penn State Cross Country Meets:

Penn State will be hosting the Harry Groves Spiked Shoe Invitational this fall, and is proud to host the 2012 NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional on November 9.  The Spiked Shoe event is by INVITATION ONLY and we may not be able to accommodate all requests for entry. Please contact Jess Riden via email at jnr126@psu.edu; or call 814-863-2120 to discuss possible entry.

 

TENATIVE 2012 Schedule

 

SEPTEMBER 8                     HARRY GROVES SPIKED SHOE INVITATIONAL

** NOTE: We will NOT be contesting the Penn State National in 2012. **

 

 

Entering Penn State Indoor Meets:

Penn State hosts some of the most highly competitive meets on the East Coast during the indoor season.  All events are by INVITATION ONLY and we may not be able to accommodate all requests for entry.  Please contact Jess Riden via email at jnr126@psu.edu; or call 814-863-2120 to discuss possible entry.

 

2013 Tentative Indoor Schedule

 

JANUARY 5                         PENN STATE RELAYS

 

JANUARY 12                       NITTANY LION CHALLENGE

* Limited to 4-5 Teams; Contact to Discuss Possible Entry

 

JANUARY 25-26                PENN STATE NATIONAL

* LIMITED ENTRY (Approximately 30 Entrants Accepted Per Event)

 

FEBRUARY 2                       SYKES & SABOCK CHALLENGE CUP

* Limited to 6-8 Teams; Contact to Discuss Possible Entry

* TEAM SCORED; Minimum 14 Per Gender

MEET OPENING: UNC Asheville

UNC Asheville Cross Country Invitational

 

Saturday, September 29, 2012

 

Start Times:  College Men (8k) @ 9:00 a.m., High School Boys @ 9:40 a.m., College Women (5k) @ 10:20 a.m. & High School Girls @ 11:00 a.m.

 

Course Description:   Flat and fast (one slight incline)!  Course will start in athletic fields and run down along woodchip path beside the river, then circle some farming fields.  Course consists of all grass, woodchip path & dirt.  Finish will be along soccer field.  Women’s course are two loops while men’s course consists of three loops.

 

Contact:  Jesse Norman, Head Coach (jnorman@unca.edu or 828.251.6921)

MEET OPENINGS: University of Louisville

We are looking for a team to compete in the Lenny Lyle meet at Louisville on APRIL 19.  It is a four way scored meet with SE Missouri, Louisville and Central Michigan and ONE other team.  We are looking for a men’s and a women’s team.

Contact ron.mann@louisville.edu if interested.

MEET OPENINGS: University of West Georgia

The University of West Georgia will host the Wolves Invitational Cross Country Meet this fall on September 22, 2012 at the UWG Athletic Complex in Carrollton, GA.

Please contact Coach Tim Brooks for more information: tbrooks@westga.edu