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Friday, January 28, 2005
NASHVILLE --- The Second Annual Tennessee State University Invitational Indoor Track and Field Meet will be held Sunday (Jan. 30) in the Howard C. Gentry Center on the TSU campus that is expected to attract 20 men's and women's teams. The meet will begin with field events starting at 8 a.m. with the mile run and the 4x200 relay to follow. Opening ceremonies and the majority of the running events restart at 10 a.m. with the 60-meters hurdles, followed by the 60-meter dash, and the other events to follow upon completion. The TSU Invitational field includes teams from Alabama A&M, Alabama State, Alcorn, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Arkansas State, Austin Peay, Belmont, Bethel, Clayton, Edward Waters, Emory, Fisk, Grambling, Jackson State, Lipscomb, Mississippi Valley State, Morehouse, Murray State, Savannah State, Tennessee Tech, and the host Tennessee State University Tigerbelles, and the TSU men's "Flying Tigers", plus a large field of unattached runners. The running events will be held on the Wilma Rudolph Track. There is no admission charge to the event. The meet will be the second to be hosted by the Tigerbelles and head coach Chandra Cheeseborough this month.