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.
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
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.
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