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Thursday, January 30, 2003
NASHVILLE --- Tennessee State University will host its second indoor track meet in three weeks with the Second Annual TSU Invite set for Sunday (Feb. 2) in the Gentry Center. More than 500 men’s and women’s athletes representing 15 schools gathered just three weeks ago in the Gentry Center for the Fourth Annual Ed Temple Classic and another big day is set for Sunday. Ten different schools and numerous unattached athletes will be present for the TSU Invite which begins at 8 a.m. with the field events and the mile run. The bulk of the running events are slated to start at 12:30. “It should be another great day of competition,” said TSU Tigerbelle coach Chandra Cheeseborough, whose team won eight first place honors in the Temple Classic. “It is great for us to have these meets at home as we work toward preparing for the (Ohio Valley) conference championship meet.” Among the team’s expected to compete are Savannah State, Belmont, Tennessee Tech, Fisk, Austin Peay, Jacksonville State, Lipscomb, and Knoxville College along with both the Tigerbelle and Tiger squads. There is no admission charge to the event. ###