BYU prepares to host Robison Invitational
PROVO, Utah – Shaquille Walker leads BYU track and field into its home meet, the Robison Invitational, this week at BYU’s Clarence F. Robison Track.
The meet begins with heptathlon and decathlon events on Wednesday and concludes with final running events on Saturday. The complete schedule and information about admission can be found on the meet’s event page.
Live results will be posted throughout the meet on runnercard.com.
Athletes to watch
Shaquille Walker posted the nation’s fastest 800-meter time (1:45.78) two weeks ago at the Sun Angel Classic in Tempe, Arizona. Walker is likely to run an open 400 meters and compete with the 4x400 team at the Robison Invitational.
Two-sport star Lexi Eaton is set to high jump this weekend. Eaton set the team’s best marks in the high jump in 2012 and 2014. The Robison Invitational will be her first meet of the season.
The USTFCCCA recognized 27 BYU men's track and field athletes with All-Academic honors on July 13.