CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia men’s and women’s track and field teams are set to host the second of four home meets at Lannigan Field in 2023 as the Virginia Grand Prix kicks off on Saturday (April 15). The Cavaliers welcome five teams to Lannigan Field including North Carolina, Marshall, George Washington, Navy and UConn.

How To Follow
The Virginia Grand Prix will not be streamed. However, live results will be available using a link posted to Fans can also follow the program’s official Twitter account (@UVAtfcc) for live updates.

Hoos in the Rankings
The latest USTFCCCA Track & Field Ranking Index for the 2023 outdoor season were released on Monday (April 10) as both Cavalier teams found themselves ranked in the nation’s top 20. The Virginia men checked in at No. 13 while the Cavalier women rank No. 17. Additionally, 14 individuals and one relay rank in the top 25 nationally.

2. Conor Murphy, 1500 meters, 3:39.75
3. Owayne Owens, Triple Jump, 16.53m (54’2.75”)
3. Gary Martin, 1500 meters, 3:40.08
6. Ethan Dabbs, Javelin, 74.87m (245’8”)
7. Yasin Sado, 1500 meters, 3:40.67
15. Wes Porter, 1500 meters, 3:41.57
25. Alex Sherman, 400 hurdles, 51.36

2. Margot Appleton, 1500 meters, 4:08.96
4. Ashley Anumba, Discus, 59.37m (194’9”)
6. Esther Seeland, 1500 meters, 4:12.55
12. Alix Still, Heptathlon, 5491 points
18. Women’s 4×100 meters, 44.49
22. Kayla Bonnick, 100 meters, 11.36
24. Sarah Akpan, 100 meters, 11.34

Up Next:
The Virginia men and women will be competing at Lannigan Field once again next weekend. The Cavaliers are set to host the Virginia Challenge from Thursday (April 20) through Saturday (April 22).