Nineteen teams to be represented at Friday’s Twilight Meet
SEWARD, Neb. – The annual Twilight meet will serve as a final tune up for the Concordia University track and field squads before they shift focus to the upcoming outdoor national championships. Athletes representing 19 different institutions will convene inside and around Bulldog Stadium on Friday as the Bulldogs play host for the second time during the 2015 outdoor season.
View the Twilight Meet event schedule HERE.
Head coach Kregg Einspahr’s squads are coming off a men’s team title and women’s runner-up finish at this past weekend’s GPAC championships. A total of 46 Bulldog athletes earned all-conference accolades in one or more events as Concordia captured a combined seven individual GPAC titles. Einspahr’s teams enter this week’s meet ranked No. 3 nationally on the men’s side and No. 5 on the women’s side.
The field of teams on Friday will include GPAC rivals in Doane, Dordt, Hastings, Midland, Mount Marty, Morningside and Nebraska Wesleyan (find the complete field below). Doane is ranked No. 3 (women) / No. 9 (men). The Hastings women are ranked 18th while the Dordt women check in at No. 21.
Teams competing at the Twilight Meet
Black Hills State
Iowa Western CC
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology