Track Takes Record Group To NCAA Indoors

Track Takes Record Group To NCAA Indoors

2023 NCAA Indoor Championships

Friday-Saturday, Mar. 10-11

Albuquerque, N.M. | ABQ Convention Center

Live Results | ESPN+ Live Stream: Friday First Session | Friday Second Session | Saturday First Session | Saturday Second Session

Complete Schedule | Women’s Start Lists | Men’s Start Lists

Schedule of Huskies in action


9:00am PT – Men’s Heptathlon 60m – Bruno Comin Pescador

9:20am PT – Women’s Pentathlon 60m Hurdles – Ida Eikeng

10:00am PT – Men’s Heptathlon Long Jump – Bruno Comin Pescador

10:30am PT – Women’s Pentathlon High Jump – Ida Eikeng

11:15am PT – Men’s Heptathlon Shot Put – Bruno Comin Pescador

12:30pm PT – Women’s Pentathlon – Ida Eikeng

12:30pm PT – Men’s Heptathlon High Jump – Bruno Comin Pescador

1:00pm PT – Women’s Pole Vault Final – Sara Borton and Nastassja Campbell

1:30pm PT – Women’s Pentathlon Long Jump – Ida Eikeng

2:40pm PT – Women’s Pentathlon 800m – Ida Eikeng

3:00pm PT – Women’s Mile Semifinals – Anna Gibson (Heat 2)

3:45pm PT – Women’s 800m Semifinals – Carley Thomas (Heat 1) and Marlena Preigh (Heat 2)

4:45pm PT – Women’s Distance Medley Relay Final

5:00pm PT – Men’s Pole Vault Final – Jacob Englar

6:00pm PT – Men’s Weight Throw Final – Jayden White

6:00pm PT – Men’s Mile Semifinals – Aaron Ahl (Heat 1), Nathan Green (Heat 1), Luke Houser (Heat 1), Brian Fay (Heat 2), Aidan Ryan (Heat 2), Joe Waskom (Heat 2)

6:45pm PT – Men’s 800m Semifinals – Cass Elliott (Heat 2)

7:45pm PT – Men’s Distance Medley Relay Final


9:30am PT – Men’s Heptathlon 60m Hurdles – Bruno Comin Pescador

10:30am PT – Men’s Heptathlon Pole Vault – Bruno Comin Pescador

2:30pm PT – Men’s Heptathlon 1000m – Bruno Comin Pescador

3:00pm PT – Women’s Mile Final – Anna Gibson

3:30pm PT – Women’s 800m Final – Marlena Preigh and Carley Thomas

6:00pm PT – Men’s Mile Final – Aaron Ahl, Brian Fay, Nathan Green, Luke Houser, Aidan Ryan, Joe Waskom

6:30pm PT – Men’s 800m Final – Cass Elliott

7:00pm PT – Men’s 3000m Final – Brian Fay and Kieran Lumb

SEATTLE — In an already historic indoor season, the Husky track and field team looks to make another run at history as the NCAA Indoor Championships bring another phase of the season to a close. This Friday and Saturday, March 10-11, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Washington will have a program-record twenty entries to contend for team points, All-America honors, and championships.


The University of New Mexico is set to host the championships at the ABQ Convention…

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