In total, Kentucky will have 24 men’s and women’s entries at the upcoming NCAA Championships.
Throughout the past week, the Kentucky Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams have been competing in the NCAA East Preliminaries at the University of North Florida with hopes of qualifying for the 2021 NCAA Championships, which is set to run from June 9-12 in Eugene, OR.
The ladies started on Thursday and finished up on Saturday while the guys did the same with their spots on Wednesday and Friday.
Of the student-athletes who qualified for the NCAA Championships, the Wildcats’ Women’s Track and Field squad will feature Annika Williams, Tori Herman, Faith Ross, Masai Russell, Celera Barnes, Megan Moss, and two relays while the Men are highlighted by Charles Lenford Jr., Josh Soboda, Tai Brown, Lance Lang, Dwight St. Hillaire, Kenroy Williams, and both relays.
Below are the results from all four days of competitions, courtesy of UK Athletics.
What if I told you the #UKTF team won the wildest, lights-out 4x400m relay race ever?
— UK Track & Field (@KentuckyTrack) May 29, 2021
— UK Track & Field (@KentuckyTrack) May 30, 2021