Lobos Head to California for West Coast Relays
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The University of New Mexico track and field team heads to Clovis, Calif., to compete in the West Coast Relays tabbed to take place April 30 at Veteran Memorial Stadium. This will also be the location of the Mountain West Outdoor Championships that will take place on May 13-15.
Fans will be able to keep up with the meet by keeping up with live results provided by Record Timing, and FloTrack will broadcast the meet via its FloPro subscription service.
To view a schedule of events, click here.
The Lobos have been busy this season, competing in three different meets last weekend alone. Senior Jamari Drake made program history in the high jump at the Don Kirby Tailwind Open last weekend, jumping at a mark of 1.81m (5-11.25). The outdoor record was previously set at 5′ 10 3/4″ and had been done three times before, the last time being in 2002. Drake’s outdoor performance earned her first place and is the fourth-best mark in the NCAA this season.
The meet this weekend will be composed of athletes from 24 collegiate teams – including a majority of teams in the Mountain West.
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