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PAC Championship Meet Information

Use the links below to access information regarding the 2012 PAC Track & Field Championships hosted by Geneva College on April 27 and 28.

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Heat Sheets


Heat Sheet - Thursday 4-26-2012 

 

General Information


Where: Geneva College - 3200 College Ave. Beaver Falls, PA 15010

When: April 27 and 28, 2012

Entries: Due Wed by 7PM on Direct Athletics.  All entries are final.  According to our PAC guidelines (attached), a team can enter up to 5 athletes and one relay per event (unless you have 6 in the top 12 of the performance list, then you can enter 6.) 

Heat Sheets: Available above

Results: Will be available in real-time on www.bcstrack.com

Implement Checks/Weigh-ins: Will be conducted at the picnic tables as you enter the track.  We will do Javelins ONLY on Friday (starting at 1:30PM) and Shots/Discs on Saturday (starting at 9:30AM). 

Parking: Buses - Proceed PAST the track on Rt. 18 south...go around the block and return to the track.  Drop athletes/coaches off at the track entrance and proceed UP THE HILL to park along the curb behind the Reeves Field press box. 
Vans/Cars/spectators - Park in the spaces along Rt. 18 or in any lots on campus. 

Coaches' Meeting: 2:15PM on Friday at the finish line

T-shirts: Long-sleeve tech-material PAC Championship shirts will be for sale for $15 each. 

Concessions: Available on Saturday at the track. 


 

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