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Track & Field to Compete at Clemson and Washington

Track & Field to Compete at Clemson and Washington

CLEMSON, S.C. and SEATTLE, Wash. — Kentucky track & field will have split-squad action Friday and Saturday at the Tiger Paw Invitational in Clemson, South Carolina and the Husky Classic in Seattle, Washington.

The sprinters, hurdlers and field athletes will compete in the Clemson Indoor Track & Field Complex while the distance runners will compete in the Dempsey Indoor Track at the University of Washington.

Only two weeks remain before the 2023 Southeastern Conference Indoor Championships at the University of Arkansas, so this weekend will mark an important opportunity for Wildcats to record times that will qualify them for the NCAA Championships in March.

Tiger Paw Invitational Information

Friday’s field events in Clemson begin at 11 a.m. and running events begin at noon. Day two begins at 10 a.m. for field events with running events commencing at 11:35 a.m.  The final event expects to begin at 3:45 p.m.

Live Results:

Friday ACCNX Stream:

Saturday ACCNX Stream:

Husky Classic Information

On Friday, distance running events begin at 5:45 p.m. ET (2:45 p.m. Pacific time in Seattle) and conclude at 11:10 p.m. ET (8:10 p.m. Pacific).

Saturday’s distance events begin at 3 p.m. ET (noon Pacific) and conclude at 5:50 p.m. ET (2:50 p.m. Pacific).


Live results can be found at

Friday video:

Saturday video:

Last time out

Kentucky took off from competition last weekend. Two weeks ago at the Razorback Invitational, the Wildcats broke two school records and won three events.

  • Keaton Daniel broke his own school record in the men’s pole vault, as he ascended 18 feet, 10.25 inches / 5.75 meters.  The senior from Henderson, Nevada, also continued his undefeated streak of wins in all four indoor meets this season.
  • Joining Daniel in the victory circle was senior Kennedy Lightner, who zipped 20.71 seconds to claim the men’s 200-meter dash for the second meet in a row.
  • In the shot put, graduate student Josh Sobota earned his third victory this season by heaving the sphere 65’11”/20.09m.
  • In addition, Sydney Steely, Christal Mosley, Jenna Schwinghamer and Tori Herman set a school-record time of 10:58.26 in the distance medley relay.

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