Plymouth State Indoor Track & Field teams announce 2019-20 schedule
PLYMOUTH, N.H. – The Plymouth State University men's and women's indoor track & field teams have announced their complete meet schedules for the upcoming season. The Panthers are set for a seven-meet regular season schedule leading up to the Little East Conference (LEC) and Division III New England Regional Championships and National Championships in late February and early March. Plymouth State kicks off the season at home with the PSU Winter Classic on Saturday, Dec. 7.
Leading the Charge:
- Head coach John Ostler moves into his sixth year atop the track programs. Under his leadership the men's program posted program-best finishes at both the LEC Championships (second) and NCAA Division III New England Regional Championships (15th) last winter. The women also claimed a program-best finish at the LEC Championships, finishing fifth last season.
Regular Season Meets:
- Saturday, Dec. 7 home for PSU Winter Classic
- Saturday, Jan. 11 at Middlebury Winter Classic
- Saturday, Jan. 18 at Smith Invitational
- Saturday, Jan. 25 at USM Invitational III
- Saturday, Feb. 1 at Branwen Smith-King Invitational at Tufts
- Saturday, Feb. 8 home for Panther Invitational
- Friday, Feb. 14 – Saturday, Feb. 15 at David Hemery Valentine Invitational at Boston University
- Saturday, Feb. 22 at LEC Championships at Southern Maine
- Friday, Feb. 28 – Saturday, Feb. 29 at NCAA Division III New England Regional Championships (site TBD)
- Saturday, Mar. 7 at Tufts National Qualifying Meet
- Friday, Mar. 13 – Saturday, Mar. 14 at NCAA Division III National Championships at JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem, N.C.
- The Panther men placed second at the LEC Championships while claiming four titles – 3000m run, mile run, 1000m run and 4x800m relay – in addition to setting multiple program records. Recent graduates Sam Brunnette and Warren Bartlett each earned All-America status after finish seventh in their respective events at the National Championship meet.
- PSU's women posted multiple top-three finishes at the LEC Championships on the way to a fifth place finish. The 4x200m relay and distance medley relay teams both topped school records while competing at the Division III New England Regional Championship, while the team established ten new records throughout the season.
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