San Diego State's women's track and field team is gearing up for the NCAA West Preliminary Championships in Fayetteville, Ark., featuring 15 Aztecs across 12 events, the highest number since 2021. Of these entries, 14 are in track events, a program record since 2003. Notably, Shaquena Foote, Aji Mbye, Jada Moore, and Hannah Waller will each compete in three events. The meet will be live-streamed on ESPN+ this Thursday and Saturday. The top 12 athletes in each event at the West Prelims will advance to the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Ore. from June 5-8.

By the Numbers
  • 15 Aztecs and 18 entries across 12 events
  • 14 track event entries, the most in program history
State of Play
  • The team heads to the NCAA West Preliminary Championships in Fayetteville, Ark.
  • Competition includes 15 Aztecs and 18 entries across 12 events, with notable athletes competing in multiple events.
  • The meet will be broadcasted live on ESPN+ this Thursday and Saturday.
What's Next

Athletes with top performances at the West Prelims will qualify for the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Ore. from June 5-8, emphasizing the significance of this weekend's competition for the Aztecs.

Bottom Line

San Diego State's women's track and field team is poised for a competitive challenge at the NCAA West Preliminary Championships, with a record number of entries and a chance to secure spots at the prestigious NCAA Championships in June.