Track Ducks Punch Their Tickets To The NCAAs

The championships will be held at the University of Arkansas indoor track.

With the conclusion of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) championships, it is time to place everyone who qualified for the big meet. The 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships will be held March 13-14 in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Here is a complete list of participants. Congratulations to our Ducks, listed below.

Men:

Edward Cheserek: qualified in 1600m, 3000m, and DMR

Johnny Gregorek: qualified in 1600m and DMR

Daniel Winn: qualified in 1600m

Eric Jenkins: qualified in 3000m, 5000m, and DMR

Will Geoghegan: qualified in 3000m and 5000m

Parker Stinson: qualified in 3000m and 5000m

Greg Skipper: qualified in Men’s weight throw

Marcus Chambers: qualified in DMR

Women:

Jasmine Todd: qualified in 60m dash and long jump

Sasha Wallace: qualified in 60m hurdles

Jenna Prandini: Qualified in 200m dash and long jump

Ariana Washington: qualified in 200m dash

Molly Grabill: qualified in 5000

Brittany Mann: qualified in shot put

Lauren Crockett: qualified in high jump

According to NCAA.com, ESPN3 will stream the meet live on March 13 and 14 starting at 7 p.m. ET. A tape delay of the championship will air March 23 starting at 7 p.m. ET on ESPNU. Good luck to everyone who qualified.

Top Photo by ArkansasRazorbacks.com

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Isaac Gibson was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas when he decided to make his way up north to be a Duck. A former track and field athlete, he decided he wanted to live in Tracktown USA and attend school at The University of Oregon. He has always had a passion for sports and is looking to get more involved as well as refining his craft in writing. His main focus is to bring the exciting sport of track and field further into the public eye, and what better team to cover than one of the current best in the nation and one so rich in history as the Ducks. Isaac is a freshman in the school of journalism with as well as in the Pre-Law program at the U of O.