The Georgia men’s and women’s track & field teams are ready to compete in the SEC Indoor Championships starting today in Nashville, Tennessee at Vanderbilt University’s Multipurpose Facility.
The conference meet will bring together a combined 12 of the top-10 teams in the latest U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) national poll.
When Do The SEC Championships Begin?:
Senior Devon Williams and junior Karl Saluri will start the meet in the heptathlon on Friday at 11 a.m. ET. They will run four events (60-meter dash, long jump, shot put, high jump) of seven on the first day and then complete the 60m hurdles, pole vault and 1000m on Saturday.
Senior Kendell Williams, along with freshman Louisa Grauvogel, will begin the first event (60m hurdles) of the pentathlon minutes after the heptathlon starts at 11:15 a.m. on Friday. They will complete the high jump, shot put, long jump and 800m later that day.
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For the Lady Bulldogs, Kendell Williams, Fagan, Grauvogel, Orji, senior Shelby Ashe, juniors Morgan Ainslie, Aliyah Johnson, Katie Stone, Devon Artis and Asianna Covington, sophomores Addy Lippitt, Kate Hall and Mary Terry and freshmen Jessica Drop, Sam Drop, Beatrice Llano, Chelsea Zoller, Yanely Gomez, Catherine Reid, Amber Tanner and Micaiah Ransby traveled for SECs.
On the men’s side, Devon Williams, Kendal Williams, Saluri, seniors Reggie Glover, Ayrian Evans, Maurice Freeman, Sid Vaughn and Alex Poursanidis, juniors Jon Moses, Alex Larsson, Bryan Kamau and Henry Dwyer, sophomores Jeramey Hampton, Keenon Laine, Daniel Navarro, Gabe Blackman and Denzel Comenentia and freshman Darius Carbin will line up for Georgia.
Where Do The Individual Bulldogs Rank?:
Georgia is slated in the top eight scoring spots in 23 places for the SEC meet, including conference leaders in the men’s 60m (junior Kendal Williams), women’s high jump (senior Tatiana Gusin, junior Mady Fagan), women’s triple jump (Orji) and pentathlon (Kendell Williams).
“Our goal since day one, and we have worked really hard on this, is having a complete team on both the men and women’s side,” said Bulldog second-year head coach Petros Kyprianou. “I think it is a testament to our coaches’ hard work and our student-athletes’ dedication to reaching their goals that we are position to have at least one qualifier in most every event group, and most of those are highly ranked. Our goal for SECs is to keep people fresh and ready to compete and do the best we can versus the top conference in collegiate track and field.”
CLICK HERE for the SEC Indoor Championships meet notes.
CLICK HERE for the SEC Indoor Championships heat sheets.