Indoor Athletics

OSU Indoor Track and Field Announces 2022 Schedule

STILLWATER – Oklahoma State’s people’s indoor track and field 2022 timetable incorporates twelve standard season meets prior to going to Ames, Iowa, and Birmingham, Ala., for postseason activity.

OSU will separate for the initial few days of the indoor season with a couple of travels to Fayetteville, Ark., for the Wooo Pig Classic on Dec. 3 and Lawrence, Kan., for the Bob Timmons Challenge on Dec. 4.

Following a month off for winter break, the indoor season increase with four outings in January, getting going with one more outing to Fayetteville for the Arkansas Invitational on Jan. 14. OSU follows it up with outings to Lubbock, Texas for the Red Raider Open and Norman for the J.D. Martin Invitational on Jan. 21 and 22, separately.

The Cowboys and Cowgirls will isolate and vanquish by heading out to four separate meets on Feb. 11-12 with outings to Fayetteville, Lubbock, Seattle and Ames all around the same time.

Balancing the standard season on Feb. 18, OSU will make a trip to Winston-Salem, N.C. for the JDL Fast Track while likewise making a fifth excursion to Fayetteville around the same time for the Arkansas Qualifier.

OSU starts the postseason with one more outing to Ames for the Big 12 Championship on Feb. 25-26 preceding going to Birmingham for the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championship.

For more data on the Cowboys and Cowgirls, keep on seeking out

Related posts

After years of controversy, World Athletics makes substantial changes to its regulations


Legislation (S.5891-F/A.5115-E) Allows Collegiate Student Athletes to Receive Compensation for Use of Name, Image, or Likeness and To Be Represented by an Attorney or Agent


Yulimar Rojas dismisses the last jump rule as “absurd”


Leave a Comment