CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard outdoor track and field is set to travel down to New Haven, Connecticut for the historic Harvard-Yale meet on Saturday, April 13, beginning at 12 p.m. The meet is set to be the trials for Harvard/Yale vs. Oxford/Cambridge this summer in the United Kingdom.
What to Know
- The Harvard women's team is leading the all-time series with Yale, 29-12, winning last year's meet 98-61. The women's team has won 10 of the last 11 meetings between these schools.
- The men's team leads the all-time series, 66-49 with one tie. Harvard won the meet in 2018, 83-78, and has won seven of the last eight meets.
- Last time out, Kieran Tuntivate set the program record in the men's 10,000m with his time of 28:45.61 at the Raleigh Relays. He beat Paul Gompers' record set in 1987.
- The men's 4x400m relay team of Rodney Agyare-May, Jovahn Williamson, Myles Marshall and Kahlil Wassell ran a time of 3:10.05, running the second-fastest time in program history, at the Texas Relays two weekends ago.
- At the UMass Lowell Invitational, Tina and Katina Martin went 1-2 in both the 100m and 200m dash. In the 100m, Tina ran a time of 12.10 while Katina closely followed with a 12.10. Then in the 200m, as Tina ran a 24.59 while Katina ran a 24.74.
- This meet serves as the trials for Harvard/Yale at Oxford/Cambridge, set for June 29 in Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Harvard is back on the road, splitting for a pair of meets. First, Crimson will compete at the UVA Challenge in Charlottesville, Virginia on April 19-20, with select student-athletes competing at the LSU Alumni Gold meet in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on April 20.