Saturday 04/12
John McDonnell Invitational
T&F - Women
Saturday 04/05
Arkansas Spring Invitational
T&F - Women
Saturday 03/29
Texas Relays
T&F - Women
Saturday 03/15
NCAA Championships
T&F - Women
Friday 03/14
NCAA Championships
T&F - Women
Saturday 03/01
SEC Championships
T&F - Women
Friday 02/28
SEC Championships
T&F - Women
Saturday 02/15
Tyson Invitational
T&F - Women
Saturday 02/15
Husky Invitational
T&F - Women
Friday 02/14
Tyson Invitational
T&F - Women
Saturday 02/08
Armory Collegiate Invite
T&F - Women
Saturday 02/01
Razorback Team Invitational
T&F - Women
Saturday 01/25
Cherry and Silver Collegiate Invitational
T&F - Women
Friday 01/17
Arkansas vs Texas Dual
T&F - Women
Friday 01/10
Arkansas Invitational
T&F - Women
Article Image
Courtesy: Walt Beazley
The Razorbacks will host six indoor and five outdoor meets in 2013.
View larger

2013 schedule features SEC, NCAA meets

Zach Lawson, Athletic Media Relations
Send this article to a friend Print RSS
FAYETTEVILLE – University of Arkansas women’s head coach Lance Harter has announced the Razorbacks’ schedule for the upcoming 2013 season. Along with 11 home meets, Arkansas will play host to the SEC and NCAA Indoor Championships. The Razorbacks’ schedule will also feature four scored meets, all contested in Fayetteville. Arkansas’ home indoor meets will be contested at the Randal Tyson Track Center while the outdoor meets will be held at John McDonnell Field.

Arkansas and the Randal Tyson Track Center will host the SEC Indoor Championships for the seventh time, previously hosting the meet in 2000, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2010 and 2011. The indoor conference meet will be contested Feb. 22-24.

Two weeks later, the Razorbacks will increase their national hosting duties to 11 with the NCAA Indoor Championships. The nation’s best will compete March 8-9, in Fayetteville. Arkansas most recently hosted the national indoor meet during the 2010 season.

The Razorbacks open their 2013 campaign with an indoor dual meet with Oklahoma State in Fayetteville. The season opener is set for Jan. 11. Arkansas will close out the month with the two-day Razorback Team Invitational, the team’s second scored competition of the season. One of the premier events of the season, last year’s indoor Razorback meet featured nine ranked teams.

Arkansas’ scored events carry over into the outdoor season with the April 12-13 John McDonnell Invitational and the single-day Arkansas Invitational on April 27. Among other possible entries, the latter is scheduled to include the teams from Florida and Central Florida.

The rest of Arkansas’ indoor schedule will include the Texas A&M Triangular (Jan. 19) in College Station, Texas; New Balance Invitational (Feb. 1-2) in New York, N.Y.; Tyson Invitational (Feb. 8-9) in Fayetteville; Husky Classic (Feb. 8-9) in Seattle, Wash.; Arkansas Final Qualifier (March 1) in Fayetteville; and Alex Wilson Invitational (March 1-2) in South Bend, Ind.

The Texas A&M Triangular will be a head-to-head competition between conference mates with Arkansas, LSU and the host Aggies at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium.

The Razorbacks begin their outdoor slate with three consecutive road meets, competing at the TCU Invitational (March 15-16) in Ft. Worth, Texas; Texas Relays (March 27-30) in Austin, Texas; and Stanford Invitational (March 29-30) in Palo Alto, Calif. Arkansas’ first home outdoor meet will be the Razorback Spring Invitational (March 30) in Fayetteville.

The following weekend (April 5-6), the Razorbacks will split its squad between the John McDonnell Combined Events in Fayetteville and the Sun Angel Classic in Tempe, Ariz. The outdoor schedule is filled out with the Mt. SAC Relays (April 18-20) in Walnut, Calif.; Michael Johnson Classic (April 20) in Waco, Texas; Payton Jordan Invitational (April 28) in Palo Alto, Calif; and the Arkansas Twilight (May 3) in Fayetteville.

The outdoor championship season will begin May 9-12 with the SEC Championships in Columbia, Mo. With spots in the national meet on the line, the Razorbacks will then compete May 23-25 at the NCAA West Preliminary in Austin, Texas. The 2013 collegiate season will conclude June 5-8 with a trip to Eugene, Ore., for the NCAA Championships.

For more information regarding Razorback track and field or University of Arkansas athletics, please visit ArkansasRazorbacks.com. Fans can also keep up with Arkansas cross country and track and field through the team’s sport-specific RazorbackTF Facebook and Twitter pages.

More T&F - Women
No rank or record available
00 DAYS 00 HRS 00 MINS 00 SECS
April 19 @ TBA
Women's Track & Field @ Mt. Sac Relays
Uploaded Ad
Lowes Social Ad