Dawgs Set For A Dempsey Classic

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Husky Classic

Friday-Saturday, Feb. 9-10

Dempsey Indoor

Heat Sheets | Final Schedule | Accepted Entries | Meet Information
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UW High School Invitational

Saturday-Sunday, Feb. 10-11

Dempsey Indoor

Heat Sheets | Final Schedule | Accepted Entries | Meet Information (Updated 2/8)
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SEATTLE – The third jewel of the Dempsey Indoor season comes this weekend as Washington is set to host the Husky Classic, which typically lives up to its name every year. Some of the top teams in the NCAA are set to join the Huskies during the two-day meet, which starts at 1:30 p.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. on Saturday. will provide a live stream of the action once again for subscribers.
The Huskies head into this week ranked No. 5 nationally on the men’s side, and No. 11 on the women’s side.
Just two home weekends remain for the Dawgs as they try and put together the strongest squad possible for the NCAA Indoor meet in March. Top-16 is the requirement for individuals to make it to NCAAs in Boston. The Huskies currently have eight women’s marks in that top-16, and nine men’s marks, but some of those will very likely need to be improved upon to remain top-16 in another month’s time.
Ranked visiting teams include the second-ranked Northern Arizona men, and on the women’s side, No. 9 BYU, No. 18 Stanford, No. 21 Northern Arizona, and No. 24 Colorado State. Additional teams coming from far and wide to the Dempsey include Arizona, Boise State, Cal Poly, California, Columbia, Eastern Washington, Fresno State, Gonzaga, Hawaii, Iowa State, Oregon State, Portland, UCLA, Utah, Utah State, UTEP, Villanova, Washington State, and Wyoming.

Husky Men in the NCAA Top-25


Husky Women in the NCAA Top-25

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Husky Entries By Event Group

Women’s Sprints: Danielle Hunter (60), Sophia McHenry (60/200), Rhonda Newton (400), Elle Rutherford (400)

Women’s Distance: Perri Bockrath (5000), Ella Borsheim (Mile/3000), Julia David-Smith (Mile), Chloe Foerster (Mile), Samantha Friborg (800-unattached), Haley Herberg (5000), Tori Herman (Mile), Saskia Lloyd (3000), Wilma Nielsen (800), Sophie O’Sullivan (800/Mile/3000), Marlena Preigh (800), Naomi Smith (5000), Carley Thomas (800), India Weir (5000), Josephine Welin (Mile/3000/5000)

Women’s Jumps: Delaney Ezeji-Okoye (Pole Vault), Sarah Ferguson (Pole Vault), Lauren Heggen (Triple Jump), Amanda Moll (Pole Vault), Ava Washburn (Long…

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