CLEMSON, S.C. — The Tiger track & field teams are headed to Durham, N.C., to compete in the Duke Invitational on Saturday. The meet will be held at Morris Williams Stadium and will featured a scored format. Clemson will compete against Duke, Liberty, North Carolina, North Carolina Central and NC State. Live timing will be available at FlashResults.com.
The action officially starts with the men’s and women’s hammer throw on Friday, but the bulk of the competition takes place Saturday. Clemson gets underway Saturday with the women’s high jump, featuring Sarah Maxson, at 12 p.m.
The first running event will be the women’s 4×100 relay, held at 4 p.m. Clemson is coming off a season-best in the event. The men follow five minutes later and look to erase a disqualification last week at Florida Relays.
The mile will replace the traditional 1500 meters typically associated with outdoor track & field. Clemson is scheduled to have more than 15 competitors in the men’s and women’s mile, starting at 4:45.
Clemson will also run the women’s 100, men’s and women’s high hurdles, 200, 400 and 800. The event closes out with the 4×400 relays, the women at 8:05 and men at 8:10. Both teams set season bests last weekend, including the women’s group that established the program’s third-best time on record. Olivia James, Nia Fluker, Deja Parrish and Natoya Goule composed the relay.
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