CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia men’s and women’s track and field teams begin the championship season at the ACC Indoor Championships beginning Thursday (Feb. 22) and running through Saturday (Feb. 24) at the Track at New Balance in Boston, Mass.

How to Follow
The ACC Indoor Championships will be live streamed on ACC Network Extra on all three days of competition with Dave Leno calling the action from the booth. Links to the ACCNX live stream, live stats and the overall meet schedule are available at Updates will also be posted to the team’s official Twitter account (@UVAtfcc).

The multi events will kick start the competition on Thursday with the women’s pentathlon beginning at 11:00 a.m. and the men’s heptathlon starting at 11:20 a.m.

Meet Details:
Meet Information:
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Thursday Live Stream Schedule
Day 1 4:00 p.m. –
Day 1 6:00 p.m. –

Friday Live Stream Schedule
Day 2 12:00 p.m. –
Day 2 3:10 p.m. –

Saturday Live Stream Schedule
Day 3 11:00 a.m. –
Day 3 12:00 p.m. –

Noting The Cavaliers:

  • Entering the championships, Virginia has broken seven school records (3 men, 4 women) and recorded 21 UVA top-10 performances (8 men, 13 women) this season.
  • Four Cavaliers won a silver medal at the ACC Indoor Championships last season including Jacob Lemmon (WT), Conor Murphy (800m), Esther Seeland (800m) and Alix Still (Pent).
  • The Cavalier women have finished in the ACC’s top-3 at the indoor championships on nine occasions, last accomplishing the feat in 2021.
  • The Cavalier men last finished in the top-3 in 2020 and have accomplished the feat on five occasions.
  • The last ACC Indoor Title for the Cavaliers came in 1987 when the Virginia women lifted the trophy in their Inaugural season.
  • The Virginia men have never won an ACC Indoor Championship.
  • Last season, the Virginia men finished fifth while the women finished ninth.

Cavaliers in the ACC Top-10

5. Peter Djan (So)             7.80
7. Alex Sherman (Jr)       47.23

1. Conor Murphy (Jr)       1:46.95

4. Shane Cohen (Fr)         1:48.15
7. Gary Martin (So)          1:48.71
8. Alex Leath (Fr)             1:49.10

2. Gary Martin (So)             3:54.73

5. Yasin Sado (Sr)                3:55.93
7. Nathan Mountain (Jr)   3:58.16
8. Will Anthony (So)           3:58.39
9. Wes Porter (Jr)                3:58.57

3. Gary Martin (So)           7:47.49

5. Yasin Sado (Jr)              7:53.17
6. Will Anthony (So)         7:53.77

4. Yasin Sado (Jr)              13:31.87

6. Virginia             3:12.19

2. Virginia             9:18.95

Pole Vault
7. Justin Rogers (So)      5.10m

Long Jump
10. Heldi Valikaj (Jr)       7.46m

Triple Jump
10. Heldi Valikaj (Jr)       15.14m

Weight Throw
2. Jacob Lemmon (Jr)      22.11m

4. John Fay (So)                 21.73m

8. David Frasier (Fr)        5110 pts.

10. Sarah Akpan (So)     7.43

9. Sarah Akpan (So)        23.69

7. Caroline Timm (Sr)    2:05.23

8. Margaret Hock (Sr)    2:05.25

3. Margot Appleton (Jr)  4:30.87

5. Anna Workman (Jr)    4:31.91
9. Caroline Timm (Sr)     4:36.24

6. Margot Appleton (Jr)  9:08.68

9. Virginia             3:43.08

2. Virginia             9:18.95

High Jump
1. Celia Rifaterra (So)      1.84m

9. Carly Tarentino (Jr)    1.75m

Pole Vault
2. Samantha Romano (So)          4.24m

Long Jump
8. Jordan Hardy (Jr)         6.09m

Triple Jump
4. Jordan Hardy (Jr)         12.87m

Shot Put
6. Brooke Lumpkin (Jr)   15.48m

8. Janae Profit (Jr)            15.32m

The Smithfield Commonwealth Clash
The Smithfield Commonwealth Clash, originally called the Commonwealth Challenge (2005-2007), has been a part of the UVA-Virginia Tech rivalry since 2014. It is an all-sports, points-based program with the Commonwealth Clash trophy presented to the winning school each year for its dominance in head-to-head competitions.

In men’s and women’s track and field, the Commonwealth Clash point is awarded to the team that finishes higher at the ACC Championships. The Cavaliers currently lead the Hokies 5.5-2 this season.