FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20th, 2015
5:00 p.m. - Field Events 7:00 p.m. - Track Events
PLACE: All events will be held in Ahearn Fieldhouse on the Ward Haylett Track. The track surface is Rekortan. The throwing circles are concrete.
ELIGIBILITY: This is an open meet and will not be team scored. The number of accepted entries may be limited to keep the meet on schedule. 60m and 60H – 24 Max All other events 16 Max
ENTRIES: Entries must be done ON-LINE. Entries will be accepted beginning Monday February 9th, 2015. And entries close at 12:00 (noon) on Wednesday, February 18th, 2015. You must have corresponding TFRRS ID numbers for all athletes trying to qualify for NCAA I and II national championships.
NCAA Rule: Section 1. Misconduct: Misconduct is any act of dishonesty, unsportsmanlike conduct, unprofessional behavior or breach of law occurring at the locale of the competition or warm-up, that discredits the event or intercollegiate athletics. Misconduct includes the intentional reporting of false marks for entry purposes. Acts of misconduct are subject to reprimand or ejection by the referee or meet management.
NCAA LEGISLATION: NCAA Div 1 and II must obtain TFRRS ID’s for all team members before entering the meet. Go to www.tfrrs.org and follow instructions. You will be able to download your team roster and TFRRS ID numbers into the meet entry website.
ONLINE ENTRY WEB ADDRESS: http://www.aspimeetz.com/20356
ENTRY FEE: $15.00 per individual. Max team entry fee is $250 per gender. Entry can be paid at Event Check-In in the gymnasium next to the indoor track. Make checks payable to: KSU Track and Field – Foundation.
WEIGH-IN OF IMPLEMENTS: Begins 1-1/2 hours and ends 30 minutes prior to start of first throwing event. Weigh-In is located in the Northeast corner of the Field House. Only Soft shell weight throw implements will be allowed.
RESULTS: Will be available at the conclusion of the meet.
STARTING HEIGHTS: Will be determined by entries
The minimum starting heights will be:
PV (W) – 3.05m/10’0” PV (M) – 4.30/14’3/4 ”
HJ (W) - 1.58/5’2 ¼” HJ (M) - 1.89/6’2 ¼”
MINIMUM DISTANCE MEASUREMENTS: We will use minimum distance requirements for measurements in the field events to ensure the meet moves along smoothly.
TRIPLE JUMP BOARD: Only one board will be used for men and women. Distance from edge of sand pit to Women’s board is 32-10 and to the Men’s board is 42-0.
Contact: Vincent Johnson
Assistant Track and Field Coach
Kansas State University
Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 133
Manhattan, KS 66502
Cell number: 785-410-0778
Fax number: 785-532-7358
Friday, FEBRUARY 20th, 2015
|5 p.m.||Weight Throw followed by Shot Put||W,M|
|Long Jump followed by Triple Jump||W,M|
|6:30 p.m.||High Jump||W,M|
|7 p.m.||Mile Run (Final)||W,M|
|60-Meter Hurdles (Final)||M,W|
|60-Meter Dash (Final)||M,W|
|400 Meter Dash (Timed Section Final)||W,M|
|600 Yard Final (Timed Section Final)||W,M|
|800 Meter Run (Timed Section Final)||W,M|
|1000 Meter Run (Timed Section Final)||W,M|
|200 Meter Dash (Timed Section Final)||W,M|
|3000 Meter Run (Final)||W,M|
|1600 Meter Relay (Final)||W,M|
Check In: All running events will check-in at the check-in table in the upper gym at least 1 hour prior to the event starting time. All field events will check in at the competition site 1 hour prior to the beginning of the competition.
Clerking: Athletes in all running events should report to the Clerking area 25 minutes prior to the their event, and they will be escorted to the track no later than 20 minutes prior to their event for on track warm ups. The Clerking area will be located and clearly marked in the upper gym area of Ahearn Field House.Athletes will receive their hip numbers when they report to the clerking area.
Field Events: Warm Ups for Field Events will take place at the competition site 1 hour prior to the event starting time. Pre-Competition site warm ups can be done in the upper gyms or outside as needed.
Running Events: All Warm up for running events should take place either outside, or in the upper gym of Ahearn Field House.No spikes may be worn in the upper gym area, but athletes will be given 20 minutes on the track prior to their events.
Post Race Flow: Post race athletes should make their way back to the upper gym area for warm down, or to prepare for their next event.After completing their final event of the day athletes should be seated in the upper level stands or standing outside of the bike racks on the oval.Athletes will not be permitted to remain on the infield if they are not competing.