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Tar Heels Ready For Triple Meet Weekend
Release: 01/31/2013

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - The University of North Carolina track and field teams will split across three meets this weekend as they look to continue and improve upon their early season successes.

The Tar Heels will host the Gene Anderson Invitational on Saturday, February 2nd, at the Eddie Smith Field House. Events are scheduled to start at 9 a.m. The meet is free of admission and fans are invited to attend. A full schedule is available here and live results will be available here after the start of competition.

Distance runners Isaac Presson and Steve Magnuson will compete at the JDL Mile Invitational in Winston-Salem, N.C., by an elite invitation of top mile-runners in the region. Running events begin for the meet on Saturday at 10 a.m.

Half of the team will also travel to New York City for the Armory Collegiate Invitational where over 100 of the top teams in the world will be in attendance (a full list is below). Carolina's men and women will face a combined 18 top-25 teams at the meet hosted at the New Balance Track & Field Center. Colleges from Ireland, Canada, Puerto Rico and France will also be competing at the collegiate meet. FloTrack will stream the meet live with events beginning at 9:30 a.m. on Friday and 8:30 a.m. on Saturday.

Recaps and results from each day of competition will be available on GoHeels.com following the conclusion of each meet. For up to date information from all three meets, follow Carolina track and field on Twitter: @UNCTrack_Field.

New Balance Collegiate Invitational Competing Teams

Abilene Christian
Adelphi
Albany
American International
Arkansas
ASA College
Bethune-Cookman
Boston College
Boston U
Bowie State
Bridgewater
Bronx CC
BYU (No. 19 Men)
Central Connecticut
Cheyney
Cincinnati
Claflin
Clemson (No. 1 Women)
Colgate
Columbia
Coppin State
Dartmouth (No. 15 Women)
Delaware
Delaware State
Duke
Essex CC (NJ)
Fairleigh Dickinson
Florida (No. 2 Men, No. 7 Women)
Fordham
George Mason
Georgetown
Hampton
Harvard
High Point
Holy Family
Houston
Illinois
Iona
Iowa State (No. 10 Women)
Johns Hopkins
Kansas (No. 2 Women)
Kennesaw State
Kentucky State
Kingsborough CC
Kutztown
Lehigh
Lincoln
Long Island
LSU (No. 6 Men, No. 5 Women)
Maine
Marist
McGill
Mississippi State (No. 15 Men)
Monroe
Montclair State
Morgan State
Neumann
New Jersey Tech
North Carolina
North Carolina A&T
Northwood
Ohio State
Oklahoma (No. 22 Men)
Oregon (No. 4 Men, No. 3 Women)
Ottawa
Portland State
Princeton
Ramapo
Richmond
Rider
Rowan
Roxbury
Rutgers
Rutgers/Camden
Rutgers/Newark
Seton Hill
Sherbrooke
South Carolina (No. 21 Women)
St. Joseph's
St. Peter's
St. Thomas Aquinas
Stanford
Syracuse
Temple
Tennessee
Texas (No. 11 Men, No. 14 Women)
Texas A&M (No. 3 Men, No. 6 Women)
Texas Tech
UConn
UMBC
UMES
Université d'Orléans
UTSA
Vanderbilt
VCU
Vermont
Villanova
Wagner
Wheaton
Xavier


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