Saturday’s action will begin at 9 a.m. with the men’s and women’s high jump, while the first running event of the day, the women’s 60-meter hurdles heats will begin at 11:30 a.m.
Admission to the weekend’s meet is free to the public. Parking will be available in the C-6 lot adjacent to Commonwealth Stadium after 3 p.m on Friday and all day on Saturday.
Kentucky Invitational programs, which include heat sheets, will be sold for $1 on Saturday.
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Meet Coverage and Fan Experience For the second consecutive season, Kentucky will broadcast the meet live on http://www.ukathletics.com/allaccess/?media=427551. The live video stream is available with a subscription. Live results will also be available at UKathletics.com
The streaming coverage of UK’s home meets is just part of the fan-friendly atmosphere second-year head coach Edrick Floréal has brought to Lexington.
Nutter Field House has taken on a more spectator-friendly layout for the home collegiate meets in 2014.
The new layout includes a high definition video board within Nutter Field House, increased seating on the infield for watching field events, raised runways for jumps events and increased seating along the finish straightaway so fans can be closer to the most exciting action.
Fans can also take in an unparalleled level of in-race analysis from meet announcer Dennis McNulty, who annually calls the NCAA Cross Country Championships in addition to other high profile events in the world of athletics.
Nutter Field House Visitors The Kentucky Invitational field is comprised of 23 teams in total.
The field will be made up of Ohio State (women’s team only), UCF, Wake Forest, EKU, WKU, Arkansas State, Chicago State, Dayton (women’s team only), Jackson State, Kentucky State, Marshall (women’s team only), Northern Kentucky, Shorter, Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Troy, Xavier, Bellarmine, Florida A&M, Miami (Ohio) and IUPUI in addition to UK.