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How to watch the 2023 Atlantic 10 Outdoor Championships?

Atlantic 10 Outdoor Track and Field Championships

AMHERST, Mass. – Headlined by a six facility marks and one meet record falling throughout an opening slate of action, the 2023 Atlantic 10 Outdoor Track & Field Championships got underway Saturday at the UMass Track & Field Complex, concluding with defending champion Rhode Island leading the pack on the men’s side while George Mason narrowly paces the women’s field.

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In total, 14 events awarded medals while another 12 knocked out their preliminary rounds, not to mention four of the women’s heptathlon and five in the men’s decathlon. You can watch all the Day 2 Live Coverage on ESPN+ Starting at 11:00 AM  | Follow Live Results | SCHEDULE OF EVENTS | UMASS TRACK & FIELD COMPLEX | DIRECTIONS | TICKETS

For the men, Rhody owns a solid advantage entering day two with 78 points while George Mason (62) and VCU (41) trail in the second- and third-place positions. Host UMass ranks fourth with 25 while La Salle sits not too far off with 22 points. Davidson (16), Loyola Chicago (10), Fordham (9), George Washington (7) and Saint Louis (1) round out the field.

On the women’s side, George Mason leads the way via 68, with defending champion Massachusetts trailing just behind with 63.5 points. Dayton (34.5) and VCU (31.5) slot in at third and fourth, respectively, with Rhode Island (18), Fordham (14), Duquesne (10.5) and La Salle (10) rounding out the double-digit scorers. Davidson (8) and Loyola (8) close out the scoring teams thus far.

Individually, Rhody’s Lucas Frost posted the most notable performance of the opening day, securing a gold medal as well as both a new meet and facility record behind a 75.03m toss in the men’s javelin. The previous A-10 mark was held by UMass Vic Morency, who logged a 69.99m toss in 1999, while the facility record was set back in 2012 by URI’s Jacob Keeling at 68.48m.

The other five facility records included: La Salle’s El Mancini, who clocked a 33:55.84 mark – just over a second off her 2022 A-10 meet record – in the women’s 10,000m for a gold medal; VCU’s Jaekob Vollbrecht, who posted a 60.74m toss in the men’s hammer throw for a gold medal of his own.

George Mason’s Colton Ocetnik, who registered a first-place showing in the men’s pole vault off a 5.02m bound; VCU’s Lauryn Taylor, who secured an 11.61 mark in the women’s 100m prelims; and UMass’ Lillian Kirry, who logged the top spot in the women’s 400m hurdles behind a 58.53 time, which also served as the only sub-minute mark of the day for the event.

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