Huskies Face Final Pac-12 Field In Boulder

Huskies Face Final Pac-12 Field In Boulder


2024 Pac-12 Championships

May 10-12 | Boulder, Colo. | Potts Field

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SEATTLE – The final installment of one of the most storied track & field meets in existence comes this week as Washington heads to Boulder, Colo. for the Pac-12 Championships. From Friday through Sunday at Potts Field, the Huskies will battle for conference supremacy, as the men come in as the defending champions for the first time ever.


It’s the first, and last, Pac-12 meet ever to be held in Boulder, with the elevation sure to be a storyline for the distance events, where the Huskies made history on the men’s side in 2023 by winning every individual title from 800-meters up to 10,000-meters.


The Pac-12 Networks will televise much of the meet live, including all track finals, plus select field events. Here is the live television schedule and the networks on which the events will air.


Friday, May 10

Women’s Javelin at 10 a.m. PT (Pac-12 Bay Area, Los Angeles, Oregon, Washington)

Men’s Javelin at 1 p.m. PT (Pac-12 Network and all regional networks)

Women’s/Men’s 10k at 4:50 p.m. PT (Pac-12 Network, Arizona, Mountain, Oregon, Washington)


Saturday, May 11

Men’s Hammer at 12:30 p.m. PT (Pac-12 Mountain, Oregon)

Women’s/Men’s Steeplechase at 4:20 p.m. PT (Pac-12 Arizona, Mountain)


Sunday, May 12

Pac-12 Track & Field Championships at 12 p.m. PT (Pac-12 Network, Arizona, Mountain.


In the latest USTFCCCA rankings, the Huskies are ranked 24th on the men’s side and 25th on the women’s side. The only higher-ranked Pac-12 men’s squad is USC at No. 6. Arizona State is just outside the top-25 at No. 27, and Cal ranks No. 30.


Defending champ Oregon leads the women’s rankings at No. 3 overall; USC ranks No. 16, then the Huskies at 25th followed by Cal at No. 26.


Last Year At Pac-12s

Washington made history with its first Pac-12 men’s title in program history a year ago at Hilmer Lodge Stadium in Walnut, California. The men broke the 15-year Oregon winning streak by winning a school record seven events, scoring 151 points to hold off second-place USC which scored 137.


The UW women also had their best finish in school history, placing third with 85.5 points, and getting a title in the women’s pole vault from co-champions Nastassja Campbell and Sara Borton.


The men became just the second team in meet history, joining…

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