LAWRENCE, Kan. – Kansas males’s and girls’s monitor & subject groups journey to Lubbock, Texas, January 29-30 to compete within the Texas Tech Invitational, that includes 9 colleges, in what will probably be a aggressive weekend of monitor & subject.
Among the many groups competing, Kansas will probably be up in opposition to host Texas Tech, Air Drive, Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU and Texas A&M. The meet kicks off with the mixed occasions on Friday, adopted by subject occasions starting at 3:30 p.m.
This weekend’s meet marks the third of the season for the Jayhawks and the primary exterior of the state of Kansas.
The Kansas girls have had a robust begin to the 2021 indoor season, rating No. 18 within the week one United States Monitor & Discipline and Cross Nation Coaches Affiliation (USTFCCCA) rankings.
By way of Kansas’ first two meets, 5 Jayhawks maintain marks within the top-10 of the NCAA, together with Zach Bradford’s vault of 5.65m (18-6.5 ft.) within the pole vault, which ranks second.
Junior Toni Englund holds the No. 3 mark within the NCAA within the pentathlon scoring 3,861 factors, whereas Rylee Anderson ranks eighth within the excessive leap (1.79m (5-10.5 ft.)), Kyle Rogers holds the No. 8 mark within the males’s pole vault with a clearance of 5.35m (17-6.5 ft.), whereas Alexandra Emilianov ranks No. 10 within the shot put with a throw of 16.08m (52-9.25 ft.).
Following this weekend’s Texas Tech Invitational, the Jayhawks will proceed their street journey to the Arkansas Invitational in Fayetteville, Arkansas, February 5-6.