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NCAA announces qualifiers for Division I/II champs in Boston and Pittsburg...

INDIANAPOLIS-- The NCAA announced the qualifiers for both the Division I and II NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships Tuesday night, to be held next week in Boston, and Pittsburg, Kansas next Friday and Saturday, March 9-10. The Division I championships will be contested at The Track at new balance, a two year old facility that is on the campus of New Balance's world headquarters in Boston, while the Division II meet will be run at the Robert W. Plaster Center on the campus of Pittsburg State University. DIVISION I The Washington men's team, which finished a program high fourth at the national championships in 2023, qualified nine athletes plus its distance medley relay team. Luke Houser (Paul Merca photo) , the defending champion in the mile, is entered in both the mile and the 3000, where he's seeded first, and tenth. Thanks to his 1:46.50 time in the 800 at last Friday's Ken Shannon Last Chance Invitational, NCAA outdoor 1500 meter champ Nathan Green will drop do

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