NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Vanderbilt track and field program will host three home meets as highlighted by the 2023 indoor track and field scheduled unveiled by director of cross country and track and field Althea Thomas.
The Commodores will kick off the indoor season at home as hosts of the Commodore Challenge (Jan. 13-14) followed by the Vanderbilt Invitational (Jan. 20-21). Vanderbilt will then head north to compete in the PNC Lennie Lyles Classic (Jan. 27-28) in Louisville, Kentucky, before returning home to host the Indoor Music City Challenge on Feb. 10-11.
The team will end the indoor regular season at the JDL DMR Invite on Feb. 17-18, which will be held in Winston Salem, North Carolina.
The SEC Indoor Championships will take place in Fayetteville, Arkansas, on Feb. 24-25, while the NCAA Indoor Championships will be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on March 10-11.
Fans can follow Vanderbilt women’s track and field on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook at @VandyXCTrack.