WALNUT, Calif. 13 May – The Pac-12 Championships at Hilmer Lodge Stadium in Walnut, Calif., are well underway, offering an action-packed schedule on Saturday. Fans can catch all the live streaming coverage on multiple platforms, including the Pac-12 Networks. To follow the excitement, tune in to Pac-12 Networks for the Men’s competition, Women’s competition, Live Results, and the Meet Schedule. Watch – Men | Watch – Women | Live Results | Meet Schedule
The conference meet, which kicked off on Friday, will continue today with an array of track and field events featuring top-notch athletes. You can catch the action on Pac-12 Network Now, Pac-12.com, Pac-12 Network Mountain, Pac-12 Network, Pac-12 Network AZ, and Pac-12 Network Bay Area. For those unable to watch the live streams, Live Results will be available throughout the three-day event.
Following the thrilling events on Friday, the men’s team standings show Arizona leading the way with 41 points, closely followed by Washington with 32 points and Stanford with 18 points after four finals. On the women’s side, UCLA currently holds the top spot with 21 points, while California sits in second place with 20 points, and Washington is not far behind with 18 points after three scored finals.
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The running events will commence today with the men’s 110 hurdles heats at 4:00 p.m. PT / 7:00 p.m. ET, followed by the women’s 100 hurdles heats, the 400m, 100m, and 800m preliminaries for both men and women.
Several athletes, including Oregon sprinters Micah Williams, and Jadyn Mays, plus Johnnie Blockburger of USC, Justin Robinson of Arizona State, Anna Purchase of California, Johnny Brackins of USC, among others.
The action-packed Saturday night schedule will culminate with the highly anticipated women’s and men’s 3000m Steeplechase title races, beginning at 6:30 p.m. PT / 9:30 p.m. ET.
In addition to the captivating races, today’s second day of competition will also feature several field events. Look out for the women’s Hammer Throw, men’s Shot Put, men’s Long Jump, women’s Pole Vault, men’s High Jump, women’s Shot Put Start, and the women’s Long Jump finals.
Stay tuned as the Pac-12 Championships continue to deliver remarkable performances, thrilling moments, and fierce competition.