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T&F Splits for Three Meets

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Feb. 8, 2018

Dempsy Indoor
Seattle, Wash.

Friday, Feb. 9 - Saturday, Feb. 10
Friday - 4 p.m.; Saturday - 9 a.m.
Heat Sheets | FLOtrack Broadcast ($) | LIVE Results

Spire Institute
Geneva, Ohio

Friday, Feb. 9 - Saturday, Feb. 10
Friday - 2 p.m. ET; Saturday - 10:00 a.m. ET
Meet Info | LIVE Results


Lied Recreation Athletic Center
Ames, Iowa

Friday, Feb. 9 - Saturday, Feb. 10
Friday - 1 p.m. ET; Saturday - 1:00 p.m. ET
Meet Info | LIVE Results

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - The Penn State track & field teams split action this weekend with a group of athletes heading to the University of Washington's Husky Classic in Seattle, Washington, while the second group of athletes will travel to Geneva, Ohio for the Spire Invitational and a third group will head west for the Iowa State Classic in Ames, Iowa this weekend.

Husky Classic
When: Fri., February 9; Sat., February 10 
Where: Dempsey Indoor Track | Seattle, Wash. 
Start time: Friday: 7:00 p.m. ET, Saturday: 12:30 p.m. ET

Spire Invitational 
When: Fri., February 9; Sat., February 10
Where: Spire Institute | Geneva, Ohio
Start time: Friday: 2:00 p.m. ET, Saturday: 10:00 a.m. ET

Iowa State Classic 
When: Fri., February 9; Sat., February 10
Where: Lied Recreation Athletic Center | Ames, Iowa
Start time: Friday: 1:00 p.m. ET, Saturday: 1:00 p.m. ET

RECORD BREAKING SEASON
 

After four meets this season, a total of three school records have been broken.

ON THE NATIONAL SCENE
In 2018 Penn State has seen several student-athletes turn in dominating performances on the track and in the field.

Through four meets, Penn State has broken three school records - Men's Weight Throw, Men's Triple Jump and the Women's 800-meters.

Below is a list of Penn State student-athletes that are currently ranked in the NCAA top-10, as well as rankings at the Big Ten level.

For a complete list of performances and rankings throughout the 2018 indoor and outdoor seasons visit tfrrs.org.

NCAA Division I Indoor Qualifying
No. 2 - Danae Rivers, 800-meters (2:03.13)

No. 3 - Bryce Williams, Triple Jump (53'-3.50")
No. 3 - David Lucas, Weight Throw (74'-5.00")
No. 5 - Isaiah Harris, 800-meters (1:47.79)
No. 5 - Men's DMR (9:36.48)
No. 8 - Maddie Holmberg, Pentathlon (4133)
No. 8 - Terrance Laird, 200-meters (20.79)
No. 9 - Dan Chisena, 400-meters (46.27)

Big Ten Indoor Performance List
No. 1 - Danae Rivers, 800-meters (2:03.13)
No. 1 - Bryce Williams, Triple Jump (16.24m/53'-3.50")
No. 1 - Keianna Albury, 60-meters (7.37)
No. 1 - Terrance Laird, 200-meters (20.79)
No. 1 - Isaiah Harris, 600-meters (1:16.55)
No. 1 - Maddie Holmberg, Pentathlon (4133)
No. 2 - Men's 4x400-meter relay (3:08.17)
           (Chisena, Miner, Smith, Harris)
No. 2 - Men's DMR (9:36.48)
           (Harris, Chisena, Perretta, Abert)

No. 2 - Dan Chisena, 400-meters (46.27)
No. 2 - David Lucas, Weight Throw (22.68m/74'-5")
No. 2 - Isaiah Harris, 800-meters (1:47.79)

No. 2 - Maddie Holmberg, Long Jump (6.07m/19'-11)
No. 2 - Megan McCloskey, High Jump (5'-10.50)
No. 2 - Malik Moffett, 200-meters (20.96)
No. 3 - Colin Abert, Mile (3:59.51)
No. 3 - Hannah Mulhern, Pole Vault (4.16m/13'-7.75")
No. 3 - Quenee Dale, 60-meter hurdles (8.30)
No. 3 - Greta Lindsley, Mile (4:43.34)

No. 3 - Domenic Perretta, 800-meters (1:49.81)
No. 4 - Xavier Smith, 60-meters (6.72)
No. 4 - Morgan Shigo, Weight Throw (21.88m/71'-9.50")
No. 5 - Colin Abert, 3,000-meters (8:05.03)
No. 5 - Katie Jones, Pole Vault (4.09m/13'-5")
No. 6 - Women's DMR (11:54.36)
           (Williams, Bull, Crawford, O'Shea)
No. 7 - Malik Moffett, 60-meters (6.75)
No. 7 - Keianna Albury, 200-meters (23.92)
No. 7 - Ben Peterson, Shot Put (18.12m/59'-5.50")
No. 8 - Xavier Smith, 200-meters (21.31)
No. 8 - Chison Ifedi, High Jump (2.10m/6'-10.75")
No. 8 - Will Henderson, Long Jump (7.29m/23'-11")
No. 9 - Terrance Laird, 60-meters (6.78)
No. 9 - Jon Yohman, Shot Put (17.94m/58'-10.25")
No. 9 - Timothy McGowan, Mile (4:04.97)
No. 9 - Will Henderson, 60-meter hurdles (7.96)
No. 10 - Women's 4x400-meter relay (3:44.46)
           (Lester, Tachinski, DeCecco, Rivers)

LATEST USTFCCCA RANKINGS
The Nittany Lions are slotted at No. 7 spot, up one spot from last week, following a strong showing at the first scored meet of the season in the Sykes & Sabock Challenge Cup this past weekend in Happy Valley. The men's team won the meet by over 142-points.

Penn State is represented by six marks on the men’s side and two on the women’s side in the top-10 of Division I rankings, while at the conference level, Penn State has 23 performances on the men’s side and 12 on the women’s side in the top-10 of the Big Ten Conference.

NEXT TIME OUT
Penn State will return home for the last time this season for the Tune-Up Meet February 17 at Ashenfelter III indoor track before gearing up for the Big Ten Indoor Championships in Geneva, Ohio February 23-24.

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