March 28, 2011
LONG BEACH - The Long Beach State track and field team will host the annual Beach Invitational, April 15-16, at Cerritos College.
The hammer throw is the only event scheduled for Friday, April 15, and will begin with the women at 10:30 a.m. The men are slated for a 12:30 p.m. start.
A full day of events will take place on Saturday, April 16, starting with the men's shot put at 9 a.m. The track events get underway with the women's steeplechase at 10 a.m.
Last year, over 1,200 athletes competed in the Beach Invitational. The meet features particpants from across the country as well as a handful of international athletes.
The Beach Invite is held at Cerritos College. The first-rate facility is a 9-lane Mondo track and has separate men's and women's long/triple jump pits.
- Recruiting Information
- Men's Track & Field Questionnaire
- Women's Track & Field Questionnaire
- Contact Information
- Head Coach Andy Sythe - Jumps, Multis
- Shawn Winget - Distances
- LaTanya Sheffield - Sprints, Hurdles
- Cory Loebl - Throws
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