ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (March 9, 2023) – Every indoor track & field meet has let up to this, the 2023 NCAA Indoor Championships in Albuquerque, N.M. The Gamecocks will be competing in seven events this weekend, including five prelims on Friday afternoon.
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Live results for the NCAA Indoor Championships can be found by clicking the link here. Anyone interested in watching the event live can do so on ESPN+. There will be an early and late session on ESPN+ for both Friday and Saturday. Fans can also follow along with updates on Twitter by following @GamecockTrack.
The 2023 NCAA Indoor Championship is a ticketed event. Fans in attendance can purchase tickets for the entire session for $45 (general admission) or $25 per day. Youth tickets are $25 for the entire session or $15 per day.
The 2023 NCAA Indoor Championships will take place at the Albuquerque Convention Center and will be a two-day meet on Friday, March 10 and Saturday, March 11. The last time this championship was set to run in Albuquerque, the world was shut down from the COVID-19 pandemic. That was three years ago and now we are back in the Land of Enchantment and the Gamecocks are ready.
Friday will feature mostly prelim events, while Saturday will be heavy with finals. 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). All-American statuses will be up for grabs this weekend. First Team All-American status is awarded to finishers 1-8 (individual and relays), while Second Team All-American is given to those who finish 9-16 (individual and relays). Athletes must have a valid mark to earn All-American status. Meaning those who do not finish a race, no height, foul three attempts or are disqualified will not be eligible for All-American status if no other valid mark from a previous round exists.
The meet will start on Friday at 9:50 a.m. (MST) / 11:50 a.m. (EST) with the women’s pentathlon 60-meter hurdles. The first Gamecock to appear on Friday will be Silan Ayyildiz in the women’s mile semifinals at 4 p.m. (MST) / 6 p.m. (EST). She will be followed by Jayla Jamison in both the women’s 60m semis (4:15 p.m. / 6:15 p.m.) and the women’s 200m semifinals (5:25 p.m. / 7:25 p.m.). Anass Essayi will be the first male to compete for Carolina in the men’s mile semifinals (7 p.m. / 9 p.m.), followed by Evan Miller to close out the night for the Gamecocks in the men’s 400m at 7:25…
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