and field elite to compete at CSUS
NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships Web site
During the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships June 11-14,
State University Drive West will be closed to traffic. The road
will be blocked off beyond the entrance to the A.G. Spanos Sports
Complex on the south end of the campus. It will also be closed
south of the staff/faculty entrance to Parking Structure I.
The parking structure will remain open to staff/faculty during
the championships. However, Lots 8 and 10 will be designated
for event patrons only.
during NCAA event
best of the best in college track and field will gather for the
2003 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Track and Field
Championships June 11-14 at the A.G. Spanos Sports Complex at CSUS.
This year’s meet will be the largest NCAA Championship in
history, featuring 1,100 athletes from around the country participating
in the four-day competition. It also marks the first time the event
has been held on the West Coast in 35 years.
Many of the college athletes competing will also compete next year
in the 2004 U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials, which will also
be held at CSUS. Since the NCAA event began in 1921, the list of
champions reads like a who’s who of Olympians and track legends:
Jesse Owens, Carl Lewis, Jackie Joyner, Gail Devers and Michael
The event begins with preliminary rounds on June 11 and 12 and finals
on June 13 and 14. The majority of the finals will be held in the
late afternoon and evening. Tickets are on sale in four-day packages:
$50 for reserved and finish line seats, $40 for general admission
and $25 for general admission for seniors, students and children.
Tickets are available at the CSUS Ticket Office (916) 278-4323.
Outdoor Track & Field Championships Web site