Track and Field Releases 2019-2020 Slate

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Full Schedule

CAMBRIGE, Mass. – The Harvard men's and women's track and field teams have announced their upcoming season's schedule, according to Jason Saretsky, the William W. "Bill" McCurdy Director of Track and Field/Cross Country.

"We have a great schedule this year and I'm excited for our student-athletes. Our coaching staff has worked hard to find competitive opportunities both at home and at some of the best meets across the country. It should be another terrific year for Harvard Track and Field" said Saretsky.

The Crimson's indoor season will commence with the Crimson Opener at the Gordon Indoor Track on December 7. As the calendar shifts to 2020, the Harvard indoor squad will compete at some of the nation's strongest meets, including a pair of races hosted by Clemson: the Clemson Invitational and the Clemson Tiger Paw Invitational. Harvard will also compete at the Dr. Sander Invitational at Armory Track hosted by Columbia in New York, N.Y.

Harvard will vie for the Ivy Indoor League Heps Championships held on Feb. 29-March 1 in Ithaca, N.Y. at Cornell. The indoor season will conclude at the Indoor NCAA Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico on March 13-14.  

The Harvard outdoor campaign begins just one week after the Indoor Championships, with the Crimson travelling to Houston, Texas to compete at the University of Houston's Cougar Spring Break Invitational. Harvard will split on the final week of March for the Raleigh Relays hosted by North Carolina State and the Riverhawk Invitational at UMass-Lowell before heading to Waco, Texas for the Baylor Invitational on April 11. After competing in a trio of meets on April 18, the Crimson will split for the Penn Relays and Skyhawk Invitational as final preparation before the Ivy Outdoor League Heps Championships on May 9-10 in New Haven, Conn. at Yale.

The preliminary round of the NCAA Outdoor Championships will take place in Lexington, Ky. at the University of Kentucky on May 28-30, with the NCAA Championships being held on June 10-13 at the University of Texas for a second consecutive year.