Men's Track & Field
Track & Field Releases 2023-24 Outdoor Schedule

Track & Field Releases 2023-24 Outdoor Schedule

LEXINGTON, Ky. — The University of Kentucky track and field program has revealed its 2023-24 outdoor season schedule, consisting of nine regular-season meets and three postseason meets including the USA Olympic Team Trials in June ahead of the 2024 Olympic Games next summer.

The schedule is highlighted by UKTF hosting the Jim Green Invitational as well as the NCAA East First Rounds at the Outdoor Track & Field Complex in 2024.

The Wildcats will open the outdoor season in Tampa, Florida with the USF Alumni Invite March 15-16.

UKTF will then split the squad sending the multi-event participants to the Texas Relays in Austin, Texas on March 27-28. The distance squad will travel to Palo Alto, California for the Standford Invitational while the rest of the squad will head to Baton Rouge, Louisiana for the Battle on the Bayou on March 29-30.

The Wildcats will continue the regular season heading to two separate Southeastern Conference foes on April 6th with the team going to the Tennessee Invitational in Knoxville, Tennessee, and the Gamecock Invitational in Columbia, South Carolina.

The outdoor season will continue with the first of two trips to Gainesville, Florida when the Wildcats take part in the Tom Jones Memorial Invite on April 12-13.

The team will return home to Lexington on April 19-20 for the Jim Green Invitational. Home meet information can be found here and will be updated when information becomes available.

UKTF close out the regular season with the Drake Relays in Des Moines, Iowa on April 24-27.

Kentucky will begin its postseason at the SEC Championships, returning to Gainesville, Florida, May 9-11. The Wildcat women finished eighth at last year’s outdoor SECs while the men finished 10th.

The Wildcats will return to their home track on May 22-25 for the NCAA East First Rounds. Meet info will be shared when available.

The NCAA Outdoor Championships will take place in Eugene, Oregon from June 5-8, two weeks before the USA Olympic Team Trials. The Wildcats concluded the outdoor NCAA Championships with a women’s team finish of sixth and a men’s team finish of 36th last year.

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