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Tune in to the 2017 SEC Track and Field Championships

Tune in to the 2017 SEC Track and Field Championships
The SEC Track and Field Championship meet will be streamed live on the SEC Network. Photo: https://twitter.com/alabamatrack

Calling all track and field fans to tune in and watch the SEC Track and Field Championships. The championships will be hosted by the University of South Carolina at the Shelia & Morris Cregger Track from May 11-13, 2017. The meet will be streamed live on the SEC Network.

This is a meet in which some of the best track and field athletes in the world will compete against each other. Many of these athletes represented their county at the Rio Olympic Games last year.

SEC teams are expected to do very well at this year’s NCAA Championships. A total of 23 SEC men’s and women’s track and field teams are ranked among the nation’s top-25 teams, according to the latest national rankings by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

The Alabama track and field teams have held a steady position in the national rankings as the men remain at No. 5 and the women at No. 10. You can keep up with live results here: http://live.pttiming.com/?mid=1176

Men’s National Rankings

1 Texas A&M

2 Florida

3 Texas Tech

4 Georgia

5 Alabama


7 Oregon


9 Arkansas

10 Texas

11 Virginia

12 Ole Miss

13 Baylor

14 Kansas

15 Colorado State

16 Nebraska

17 Penn State

18 Auburn

19 South Carolina


21 Kentucky

22 Mississippi State

23 Tennessee

24 Oklahoma State

25 Houston

26 Virginia Tech

27 Florida State

28 Middle Tennessee

29 Iowa

30 Syracuse

Women’s National Rankings

1 Texas A&M

2 Oregon



5 Arkansas

6 Kentucky

7 Georgia

8 Florida

9 Texas

10 Alabama

11 Baylor

12 Kansas State

13 Auburn

14 Florida State

15 Purdue

16 Ole Miss

17 Stanford

18 BYU

19 Miami (Fla.)

20 Arizona State

21 Notre Dame

22 Tennessee

23 Washington

24 Penn State

25 South Carolina

26 Missouri

27 Minnesota

28 San Francisco


30 Virginia Tech

By Dr. Brandon Spradley

Dr. Spradley is the Director of Sports Management at the United States Sports Academy, and can be reached at bspradley@ussa.edu.


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