The Sacramento State men's and women's track and field programs announced the addition of 15 student-athletes as part of the 2019 recruiting class. The group is comprised of eight women and seven men covering nearly each event group. The Hornets are coming off a 2019 campaign which saw the women's team win the Big Sky Conference indoor and outdoor championships and had eight individuals advance to the NCAA West Preliminary.
Six members of the Sacramento State women’s track and field team were named to the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association 2018-19 all-academic team. The group was comprised of Shilah Bedingfield, Jade Cany, Shelby Dozier, Brittany Patterson, Amy Quinones and Cassidy Zurn.
Sacramento State’s Shilah Bedingfield will continue her season tonight, June 6, as she competes in the semifinal of the women’s 200m at the NCAA Div. I Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Austin, Texas. Bedingifled will run out of lane 2 in the second of three heats in the event. The top two finishers in each heat as well as the next two best times will move on to Sunday’s final.
Shilah Bedingfield wrapped up her magnificent sophomore season by placing 23rd in the women’s 200 at the NCAA Div. I Outdoor Track and Field Championship on Thursday night. Bedingfield ran 23.75 to finish seventh in the second heat and earned honorable mention All-America honors. USC Anglerne Annelus had the top time in the semifinal at 22.35.
For the second consecutive day, Shilah Bedingfield advanced to the quarterfinal of a sprint to lead Sacramento State at the NCAA West Preliminary at Hornet Stadium. In all, the Hornets participated in three events during the second day of action with Bedingfield competing in the women’s 100 and 200 and Kyle Peterson in the men’s discus.
Shilah Bedingfield advanced to the quarterfinal of the women’s 100 to highlight performances by the Sacramento State track and field team on Thursday at the NCAA West Preliminary on Thursday at Hornet Stadium.
For the second consecutive year, Sacramento State’s Hornet Stadium will serve as the host site for the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field West Preliminary. The meet will be held May 23-25 with single day and all-session tickets available. The action starts on Thursday and Friday with the throwing events at 12 p.m. and track events at 4:30 p.m. On Saturday, the first throwing event is at 2:45 p.m. and the track events start at 6 p.m.
Sacramento State’s Kenny McDaniel was named the Big Sky Conference Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Coach of the Year it was announced today. The honor comes less than a week after the Hornet women claimed the Big Sky Outdoor title in Missoula, Mont.
Eight members of the Sacramento State track and field team will compete in 10 events at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field West Preliminary, it was announced today. The meet will take place at Hornet Stadium on May 23-25. Each individual event will have 48 competitors, relays will have 24 teams, with the top 12 advancing to the NCAA Championships in Austin, Texas.
The Sacramento State women’s track and field team finished first in six events and claimed its eighth Big Sky Conference outdoor track and field championship in the last 12 years on Saturday at Montana. The Hornets had victories in the 4x100, 200, 400, 4x400, discus and triple jump during the final day en route to scoring 144 points. Weber State was second with 116. The title is the first for Sacramento State since 2015 and completed a sweep of the Big Sky Indoor and Outdoor team titles this season.
Jelaia Jones finished first in the shot put to lead a trio of all-Big Sky recipients and Shilah Bedingfield set the conference record in the 200 during the third day of the 2019 Big Sky Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Friday at Montana.
Emilia Del Hoyo finished third in the heptathlon and Frederick Wagner V and Andrew Stich were fifth and sixth in the decathlon, respectively, as the trio each scored for Sacramento State during the second day of the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Thursday.
The Big Sky Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships will return to Missoula, Mont., for the first time in over a decade as Montana will host the event on May 8-11. The first two days of the competition will include the heptathlon and decathlon while the main program gets underway on Friday and will conclude on Saturday.
The Big Sky Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships are two weeks away but championship season begins on Friday for Sacramento State as the team takes part in the Causeway Classic Dual Meet at UC Davis. Field events will start at 2 p.m. and track events will get under way at 3:45 with the men's 4x100 at Toomey Field.
Shilah Bedingfield set the school record in the 200, tied the record in the 400 and was part of the 4x100 relay team which also moved to the top of the Sacramento State record board as the Hornet women cruised to a 114-83 win over UC Davis on Friday night. The Sacramento State men’s team finished second to the Aggies, 115-75, in the 14th annual Causeway Classic Dual Meet.
Five Sacramento State throwers competed at the Beach Invitational in the shot put and discus on Saturday at Long Beach State. The quintet completed a busy weekend for the Hornets which saw members of the team also compete at the Bryan Clay Invitational on Thursday and Friday as well as the hammer throw at the Beach Invitational on Friday.
The Sacramento State track and field teams started a multi-meet weekend with a pair of school top 10 marks as well as 10 career bests at the Bryan Clay and Beach Invitationals on Friday. The Hornet throwers will complete the weekend action at the second day of the Beach Invitational on Saturday.
The Sacramento State track and field teams will again split up this weekend to compete in a pair of Southern California meets. The teams runners and jumpers will participate in the Bryan Clay Invitational at Azusa Pacific on April 18-19. The throwers will compete at the Beach Invitational at Long Beach State on April 19-20.
Members of the Sacramento State men’s and women’s track and field teams combined for 29 top three finishes, set one school top 10 mark and recorded 35 season bests at the Woody Wilson Classic on Saturday at UC Davis. The men’s and women’s teams each finished in second place overall behind the host Aggies in the team scored competition.
After a rare week off for most of the team, the Sacramento State track and field program will return to action at the Woody Wilson Clasic at UC Davis this weekend. The meet will begin with the men’s and women’s hammer throw on Friday afternoon and then continue with the rest of the events on Saturday.
Emilia Del Hoyo set a career best with 5,015 points to improve her seventh-place standing all time in the heptathlon to highlight the performances by Sacramento State during the second day of the Jim Click Shootout.
The Sacramento State men’s and women’s track and field teams were represented by four student-athletes at the Jim Click Shootout on Thursday at the University of Arizona. Emilia Del Hoyo and Chloe Lindbo competed in the heptathlon while Frederick Wagner V and Andrew Stich took part in the first day of the decathlon.
The Sacramento State men’s and women’s track and field teams each recorded victories at the Mondo Team Challenge on Saturday at Hornet Stadium. The women had little trouble winning the three-team meet as they totaled 157 and were followed by Idaho (95) and UC Riverside (48). The men prevailed by one point, edging Idaho (114-113). UCR was third with 73.