MPSF Indoor Track Championship Preview

The 23rd annual MPSF Championship Meet runs February 27 & 28 (Photo by Scott Eklund/Red Box)
Feb. 25, 2015

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Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Indoor Track and Field celebrates its 23rd year of competition with the 2015 championship meet at the University of Washington's Dempsey Indoor Facility for the 13th consecutive season, Friday and Saturday (Feb. 27-28). Friday begins at 12 noon (PT) with the women's weight throw and concludes at 7:25 p.m. with the men's Distance Medley Relay. The first event Saturday takes off at 10:30 a.m. with the men's heptathlon 60-meter hurdles. The men's 4 X 400 meter relay will end this year's championship meet at 2:40 p.m. The 2015 MPSF Championship features 19 universities comprised from members of the Pac-12, Big West, and West Coast Conferences. A total of 19 women's teams will compete for a conference title, including first-year participants Oregon State and Portland. Fourteen programs on the men's side will partake in the event, including first-year members Portland and USC. The field size for each gender is an all-time high for the meet. In 2014, the MPSF saw first-time champions for each gender. The USC women won the conference crown as first-year members, as did the California men for the first time in 22 years of competition.

On the women's side, five-time defending NCAA Champion Oregon is the nation's No. 5 ranked team (119.38 points). USC is 12th (57.99), and Stanford is 16th (46.77). Oregon men rank second nationally (143.48), along with USC at No. 23 (37.58) and Washington at No. 25 (32.78). Rankings are as of February 23, 2015, provided by www.ustfccca.org and www.tfrrs.org.

The 2015 NCAA Men's and Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships will be contested March 13 and 14, at the Randal Tyson Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The MPSF has produced seven of the last eight NCAA women's champions, with Oregon winning the last five years, and Arizona State repeating from 2007-08. The MPSF men own three national titles, with the Ducks as defending champs.