SEATTLE – Several top athletes –both collegiate and professionals –will kick-start their respective 2023 indoor season at the UW Indoor Preview 2023 on Saturday. The action this weekend will start at 8:00 am PST / 11:00 am ET and continue through the day until approximately 4:30 pm PST / 7:30 pm ET.
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The Washington Indoor Preview 2023 at Dempsey Indoor in Seattle, the first of four big collegiate indoor meets being hosted by Washington this season, will welcome Olympians, and collegiates who are eager to test their fitness after a strong fall preparation.
A number of professional athletes will add some spice to the fields as well, highlighted by 2016 Olympic Gold medalist Matthew Centrowitz, former volunteer assistant for the Huskies and a former student-athlete of Andy Powell’s at Oregon. Several pros from Seattle-based Brooks Beasts will be competing as well.
The heat sheet also suggests that the likes of Roisin Willis and Juliette Whittaker — who I can’t wait to see in action — as well as Michaela Meyer, Joe Waskom, Charles Hicks, Nia Akins, Kaela Edwards, Isaiah Harris, and Johnny Gregorek will all be in action. Kiki Vaughn and her mom Sara Vaughn are also on the list of runners for the women’s 1-mile race.
For the hosts, a few Huskies got early starts on their season with competitions in December in Boston and Spokane, but for many, Saturday will be their first competition since the end of the 2022 outdoor season last spring.
A great field for the Dempsey opener includes full or partial squads from Stanford, Oregon, Washington State, Oregon State, New Mexico, Boise State, Cal Poly, Cal State Fullerton, Portland, Santa Clara, Seattle U., Simon Fraser, Saint Mary’s, UC Davis, Western Washington and more.