Jarvis Gotch - Louisiana Tech's long jumper that is currently ranked fourth in the world - will compete against some of the country's best amateur and professional athletes Saturday at the USA Track and Field Indoor Championships hosted at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.
Mia Adams claimed Louisiana Tech's sixth consecutive indoor long jump conference title and Charla Craddock won gold in the 200m in the condensed one day Conference USA Indoor Track and Field Championships at the CrossPlex Arena in Birmingham.
The 2015 Conference USA Indoor Track and Field Championship's original start time of Wednesday at 9 a.m. CT has been pushed to Thursday due to inclement weather. The City of Birmingham made the decision to shut down all public facilities on Wednesday due to the threat of several inches of snow.
This time last year Charla Craddock became the first student-athlete from Louisiana Tech to win a championship in Conference USA as she claimed the title in the long jump. This week she looks to repeat and made it six straight for Tech as the 2015 C-USA Indoor Track and Field Championships begin Wednesday at the CrossPlex Arena in...
Louisiana Tech freshman Chloe Lautric posted a high jump mark of 5-5.75 (1.67m) as action wrapped up at the Tyson Invitational at the Randall Tyson Track in Fayetteville.
Senior SaBrittany Angelle led Louisiana Tech at the LSU High Performance Meet finishing third in the shot put and fourth in the weight throw at the B. Moore Track & C. Maddox Field House in Baton Rouge Saturday.
Jarvis Gotch registered the fourth best long jump mark in school history, finishing second in the event, as action kicked off at the Tyson Invitational Friday at the University of Arkansas.
Louisiana Tech will compete at one of the most prestigious and challenging indoor meets in the country beginning Friday when action begins at the Tyson Invitational in Fayetteville, Arkansas.