Cal Poly track and field program returns to Seattle for the UW Invitational this Friday and Saturday, competing in events such as Mile City and eyeing the potential shattering of several school records.

By the Numbers
  • Over 35 heats of the mile between men's and women's are featured in UW's Mile City on Saturday.
  • Graduate student Shelby Daniele broke her own school record in the women's indoor 200-meter during the team's last trip to Seattle on Jan. 13.
  • Five program records were established on the men's side during the same trip, with several more records in jeopardy of being shattered this weekend.
  • Sophomore Carson Smith became the third Mustang in program history to run a sub-four-minute mile, with his time currently ranking as the 16th-fastest in Division I this season.
  • Sophomore Lexi Evans, who placed second in the women's pole vault at the Big West Championships last year, highlights the list of entries for the pole vault event.
  • The Mustangs will return to Dempsey Indoor for the third and final time this indoor season on Feb. 9-10 to take part in the Husky Classic.
State of Play
  • Cal Poly track and field program is gearing up for the UW Invitational in Seattle this Friday and Saturday, with various athletes set to compete in a range of events.
  • Several school records are at risk of being broken, including the men's indoor 400 and 800 records.
What's Next

Following the UW Invitational, the Mustangs will return to Dempsey Indoor for the Husky Classic on Feb. 9-10.