ISU Track and Field
Track and Field Heads to Greeley for 2023 Big Sky Championships
POCATELLO, Idaho – After a season of overcoming adversity and growth as a team, the Idaho State Bengals put it all on the line this week in Greeley, Colo., at the 2023 Big Sky Outdoor Track and Field Championships hosted by the University of Northern Colorado.
The meet is the culmination of an entire season's worth of practice for the Orange and Black and it all comes to fruition Wednesday, May 10 through Saturday, May 13.
How to Follow
Watch – All four days of the championships will be streamed on ESPN+. For a link to the meet broadcast, Click Here.
Live Results – Live results will be provided by Rapid Results and can be found by Clicking Here.
Championship Hub – The Big Sky Conference has a championship hub on the web. It can be accessed by Clicking Here.
Meet Program – For a digital copy of the 2023 meet program Click Here.
Big Sky Performance List
The Bengals head to the championships with seven conference-leading marks.
Those leading their events headed into the championship are;
Owen Mitchell, with a high jump of 2.11m (6-11) at the 2023 Bengal Invitational
Kylee Dimick enters the championships with two leading marks. In the high jump, Dimick cleared 1.78m (5-10) at the BYU Robison Invitational. Then, at the BYU Robison Invitational, Dimick scored 5135 points in the heptathlon.
Zack Ramos, who threw a shot put mark of18.25m ( 59-10.5) at the BYU Robison Invitational
Axel Tirado-Sanchez, with a throw of 54.16m (177-8) in the Discus at the Tom Gage Classic
Destinee Rose-Haas is coming in with two conference-leading marks. In the discus, Rose-Haas threw 50.72m (166-5) at the BYU Robison Invitational and in the hammer throw, Rose-Haas threw 62.68m (205-8) at the 2023 Bengal Invitational.
As a team the Bengals hold 37 Top-10 marks entering the 2023 Big Sky Outdoor Championships.
For a full performance list Click Here.
USTFCCA Event Squad Rankings
The Bengals enter the Championships with some impressive Event Squad Rankings
USTFCCCA #EventSquad rankings place a rank order to a program's "squad" of athletes in a particular event, using the cumulative season-best qualifying marks from a team's top-four ranked athletes on the national descending-order list. As with the national descending-order list for qualifying and seeding purposes, marks are subject to be converted due to track size and/or altitude. A team must have four or more athletes with a valid season-best mark recorded with TFRRS to achieve a ranking in a particular event.
The Bengal men's high jumpers are currently ranked #11 in the country with an average clearance of 2.03m (6-7.75)
The Bengal men's shotputters rank #19 in the nation with an average mark of 16.65m (54-7.5)
The Idaho State women's hammer throw ranks #23 in the nation with an average throw of 53.62m (175-11)