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Stanford captures four titles at Pac-12 Championships

On the first day of competition at the Pac-12 Championships in Pullman, Washington, Stanford track and field won three individual titles — the most of any school. After the first day of competition of the two-day event, the Cardinal men sat in seventh place, while the women sat in fourth. At the end of the second day, both squads had improved from their first-day placements, with the women tying for third and the men finishing in sixth.

MPSFs await Cardinal athletes looking to qualify for nationals

When Stanford’s track and field squads head to the University of Washington this weekend for the MPSF Indoor Championships, the individual goals of the different athletes will vary depending on where they stand with respect to the nation’s leading times. While some will be striving to continue to improve and potentially set new personal records, others will be trying to make the push into the top 16 in the nation in their events in order to qualify for the upcoming NCAA Indoor Championships. And the others that are already in the top 16 of their events will simply aim to race a solid meet, score points for the team and solidify their times.