The Sacramento State track and field teams started their indoor seasons by earning seven individual event titles and tying a school record at the Ed Jacoby Invitational on Saturday at Boise State. Overall the team had 27 top five finishes.
A new era for Sacramento State track & field will start this weekend as the team will compete in its first two indoor competitions under new Director of Track & Field Kenny McDaniel. The Hornets will send four student-athletes to Reno, Nev., for the Pole Vault Summit while the majority of the team will travel to Boise State for the Ed Jacoby Invitational.
The Sacramento State women were picked to finish second and the men fourth in the Big Sky Conference Indoor Track & Field preseason poll. The poll was conducted with a vote of the 11 head coaches in the league.
Sacramento State Director of Athletics Mark Orr announced today that Kenny McDaniel will serve as the Director of Track & Field/Cross Country for the Hornets. McDaniel will officially start the position on Oct. 1.