CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia men’s and women’s track and field teams will send a total of six student athletes to compete at the 95th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays from Wednesday (March 29) through Saturday (April 1). Alix Still (Heptathlon), Owayne Owens (Triple Jump), Jada Seaman (Long Jump), Sam Romano (Pole Vault), Ethan Dabbs (Javelin) and Ashley Anumba (Discus) are all set to compete.

How To Follow
The Texas Relays will be live streamed on the Longhorn Network from Thursday (March 29) through Saturday (April 1). The Longhorn Network is available through the ESPN app and at with participating providers. Live Results will also be available using a link posted to Fans can also follow the program’s official Twitter account (@UVAtfcc) for live updates.

Important Links
Live Results:
LHN Broadcast:

Wednesday Slate
Alix Still – Heptathlon
Start: 11:30 a.m. ET (100m Hurdles)

Thursday Slate
Alix Still – Heptathlon
Start: 11:30 ET (Long Jump)

Sam Romano – Pole Vault
Start: 3:30 p.m. ET

Friday Slate
Jada Seaman – Long Jump
Start: 11 a.m. ET

Owayne Owens – Triple Jump
Start: 4 p.m. ET

Ethan Dabbs – Javelin
Start 7 p.m. ET

Saturday Slate
Ashley Anumba – Discus
Start: 2 p.m. ET

Hoos in the Rankings
The initial USTFCCCA Track & Field Ranking Index for the 2023 outdoor season were released on Monday (March 27) as both Cavaliers found themselves ranked in the nation’s top 15. The Virginia men checked in at No. 6 while the Cavalier women rank No. 12.

Outdoor Debuts
Multiple Cavaliers will get their first competition of the 2023 outdoor season under their belts. Owayne Owens and Alix Still will see their first action since appearing at the NCAA Indoor Championships earlier this month, while Ethan Dabbs embarks on his 2023 campaign after finishing as the NCAA runner up in the javelin a season ago. Sam Romano is set for her collegiate outdoor debut after a second-team All-ACC finish indoors.

An NCAA Championships Preview
Virginia will get its first look at the site of the NCAA Championships this season as Texas will host the national meet for the first time since the 2019 season.

Up Next:
The Cavaliers will host the Virginia Quadrangular at Lannigan Field on Saturday, April 1 at 2 p.m.