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Women of Utah Flies to PNW Once Again for Husky Classic

Women of Utah Flies to PNW Once Again for Husky Classic


SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah track & field team heads back to the PNW and Dempsey Indoor this weekend for the 2024 edition of the Husky Classic on the campus of the University of Washington.
 
HUSKY CLASSIC
DATES: February 9-10, 2024
HOST: University of Washington
WHERE: Seattle, Wash.
VENUE: Dempsey Indoor
LIVE RESULTS: http://live.pntfo.com/
LIVE STREAM: https://bit.ly/3HU3IXy
HEAT SHEETS: https://bit.ly/3waNgzl
MEET SCHEDULE: https://bit.ly/3SyvPAr
PARTICIPANTS: Alaska Anchorage, Arizona, Boise State, #9 BYU, Cal Poly, California, #40 Colorado, #24 Colorado State, Columbia, George Fox, Gonzaga, Hawai’i, Iowa State, Montana State, North Texas, #21 Northern Arizona, Oregon State, Portland, Sacramento State, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Seattle, Seattle Pacific, #18 Stanford, UC Davis, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, South Dakota, Utah, Utah State, #11 Washington, Washington State, Weber State, Western Colorado, Western Oregon, Eastern, Western Washington, Wyoming
UTAH PARTICIPANTS: Saydi Anderson, Vero Boire, McKaylie Caesar, Morgan Jensen, Ellie Lundgreen, Kyla Martin, Emily Martin, Grace Moroney, Anna Peters, Lindsey Peters, Maddie Reed, Bri Rinn, Erin Vringer, Millie Wilcox
 
STARTING BLOCK
The Women of Utah return to Dempsey Indoor for the second time in three weeks, this time for the Husky Classic. Utah is set to have 14 competitors – mainly from the distance squad with the exception of Emily Martin and Millie Wilcox. Erin Vringer will also make her season debut after redshirting the cross country season for Utah. The sophomore will run in her first indoor meet as a collegian after redshirting the indoor season her first year as a Ute.
 
LAST TIME OUT
Lincoln native Bri Rinn had a great coming home performance, running the fifth-fastest 800m time in program history with a mark of 2:07.31 in front of her family. Meanwhile, the Utes also had a handful of runners post new personal bests at the Husker Invitational last week.
 
Additionally, Madi Durrant set a new meet record over at the Speed and Power Meet with a run of 59.01 in the 400m dash (59.12 aa). Annie Murdock was 1-of-4 runners that day to also set a meet record in the 800m run after posting a mark of 2:17.41 (2:16.70 aa).
 
UP NEXT
The Women of Utah will continue to compete on the road as they head to the Midwest once again to…

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