FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (Feb. 23, 2023) – South Carolina Track & Field has arrived in Fayetteville, Ark. and is putting together final preparations ahead of the 2023 SEC Indoor Championships. The Gamecocks currently have 17 top-10 performances in the SEC heading into the championship, including 13 in the top eight. South Carolina will look to improve on last year’s SEC Indoor Championship in which both teams finished 12th overall.
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Fans that are interesting in attending the event can do so for a nominal fee. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for youth, covering both days. Single day tickets are also available for purchase for $15 for adults and $10 for youth.
The best of the best are in Fayetteville to compete in the best conference meet in the country that will be a two-day meet starting on Friday. In fact, 11 of the 13 men’s teams competing are found inside the USTFCCCA Top 25 rankings, including the Gamecocks who are ranked 17th overall. Arkansas, the host of the SEC Indoor Championships, have captured three consecutive men’s indoor titles. On the women’s side, the Razorbacks have won eight consecutive indoor championships and enter the meet as the second-ranked team in the country. In all, nine of the 14 teams in the conference are ranked inside the USTFCCCA Top 25.
The SEC Championships will be the second scored meet of the indoor season for the Gamecocks. The top eight scorers in each event will result in points for their teams in the following format (10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1). Competitors who finish top three in events earn the title of All-SEC, with the top finisher earning a spot on First Team and Second Team consisting of second and third-place finishers.
The meet will start on Friday with the Pentathlon events at noon and heptathlon events at 12:15 p.m. The first true field event will be at 1:30 with the men’s pole vault, while the first track event will be the men’s one-mile prelims at 4 p.m. Saturday’s events will start at noon with the heptathlon, followed by the first field event at 2:15 p.m. in the men’s high jump. The first track event on Saturday will be the men’s one-mile final at 4:05 p.m. with the meet concluding…
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