2023 NCAA Indoor Championships
Friday-Saturday, Mar. 10-11
Albuquerque, N.M. | ABQ Convention Center
Live Results | ESPN+ Live Stream: Saturday First Session | Saturday Second Session
Complete Schedule | Women’s Start Lists | Men’s Start Lists
Schedule of Huskies in action
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
6:00pm PT – Men’s Mile Final – Brian Fay, Nathan Green, Luke Houser, Joe Waskom
7:00pm PT – Men’s 3000m Final – Brian Fay and Kieran Lumb
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Washington Track & Field put four individuals and one relay up on the podium on the first of two days at the NCAA Indoor Championships today at the Albuquerque Convention Center. The men’s team also sent four of its six mile entries into Saturday’s final, as the men will have seven total scoring opportunities on the last day.
The Husky men posted nine team points on the first day while the women scored eight. The women are out of opportunities to add to that, however the eight points is still the most scored by the Dawgs since 2016. The men have nine points but look to add significantly tomorrow with the four mile finalists, two entries in the 3,000-meters, and possible points from Bruno Comin Pescador as the heptathlon concludes.
Today saw the Dawgs get Ida Eikeng onto the podium in the pentathlon as she finished eighth, breaking her school record once again. Then pole vaulters Sara Borton and Nastassja Campbell finished fifth and sixth, respectively, for a combined seven team points. The first Husky man on the podium was Jayden White, as he earned a second-straight First Team All-America honor in the weight throw, placing fifth. The day concluded with the men’s distance medley relay battling to finish fourth, with two legs of the relay doubling back from mile semifinals just 90 minutes earlier.
Washington’s six milers in the field of sixteen was one of the national storylines this week. The entries broke down with three Dawgs in each semifinal heat of eight. In the first semifinal today, Luke Houser took command with a couple laps to go and was never caught, and Nathan Green came on strong behind him to make it a 1-2 Husky finish. Aaron Ahl took his shot and was in the mix going into the bell lap but fell to seventh down the final stretch.
In the second heat, Brian Fay took the…
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