Cougs Ready For Whitworth Peace Meet
PULLMAN, Wash.— The Washington State men's and women's track and field teams are heading back up to Spokane, Washington Friday, April 8, to compete in the Whitworth Peace Meet.
Washington State's outdoor season success has resulted in the Cougars being ranked inside the top-15 in the USTFCCCA men's and women's west regional rankings. The WSU women's team heads into the weekend ranked ninth in the West, while the men's team sits at No. 15.
In the latest USTFCCCA event squad rankings, WSU is currently inside the top-15 nationally in four events, with three sitting inside the top-10. Washington State ranks sixth in the nation in the women's high jump, while the WSU men's high jump team comes in at eighth. The Cougars rank ninth in the women's hammer, while on the track Washington State is 13th in the women's 100m hurdles.
The Whitworth Peace Meet will take place Friday, April 8, at the Whitworth Pine Bowl. Field events will start at 12 p.m. PT, while field events will start at 1:20 p.m. PT, the meet's last event is scheduled to begin at 7:10 p.m. PT. A full schedule of events and start times can be found here.
A total of 13 schools from all levels of the NCAA will be in Spokane on Friday. Washington State, Eastern Washington, Gonzaga, and Idaho will be representing the USTFCCA west region at the meet. The Cougars will be sending 37 student-athletes to compete at the Whitworth Peace Meet.
Fans can follow all the action at the Whitworth Peace Meet via live results by clicking the link here.
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