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Friday, April 15, 2005
NASHVILLE, Tenn. --- The Edward S. Temple Track and Field Complex will be a busy place Saturday as the Tennessee State men's track team plays host to the Boston/Moon Classic. The field will include both men's and women's collegiate teams as well as several unattached athletes. The hammer throw gets the day started at 9 a.m. with other field events set to begin at 11 a.m. Running events will start in the afternoon. "We are looking forward to a nice days and good performances from all the teams that will bee represented," said TSU men's coach and meet director, Kelly Carter. "As far as our own team is concerned, we are looking forward to having the opportunity to run at home. This event is a big day for the TSU family." Along with the Tigers and Tigerbelles, teams from Alabama A&M, Bethel, Fisk, Middle Tennessee State, Murray State, Sewanee (University of the South), Tennessee Tech, Vanderbilt, and Western Kentucky have confirmed entry into the meet. There is no admission charge to the Boston/Moon Classic.