Check this page again closer to the date of the meet for updated information such as meet schedules and start lists.
Entry into all meets hosted by the University of Oregon is by invitation only. Preference will be given to NCAA Division I institutions. Teams and individuals interested in competing must request an invitation by e-mailing OregonMeets@gmail.com. Not all requests will be granted an invitation. Teams and individuals granted an invitation to compete will be given access to enter online at www.DirectAthletics.com. Entries will not be accepted by telephone, fax, or e-mail.
When entering please submit marks that were achieved in 2014 or 2013. Speculative marks are permitted, but an email explaining the speculative mark must be sent to OregonMeets@gmail.com. Meet management reserves the right to select which entries will be accepted and in which sections entrants will be placed.
Open / Club Entries
A limited number of open, club, and unattached entries will be accepted to enhance the fields for the meet. Interested individuals must request an invitation by e-mailing OregonMeets@gmail.com. Please include (1) the event(s) for which you are requesting entry and (2) your performances in those event(s) from this year or last year. Not all requests will be granted an invitation. Approved athletes will be sent an e-mail with further online entry instructions.
All entries are due by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, March 17.
A list of accepted entries will be sent to coaches by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 19.
Please e-mail all scratches to OregonMeets@gmail.com as soon as you know them.
Entry Fee Structure
Fees are $25 per college athlete accepted and $25 per college relay team accepted. Open, club, or unattached entries are $5 per accepted athlete. The maximum entry fee for a team is $400 per team, per gender (i.e. $400 for women, $400 for men). Entry fees will be calculated based on the number of accepted entries, not the number of athletes that ultimately compete. Entry fees will be collected at packet pick-up at the meet. All entry fees must be paid in full before a packet may be picked up. Checks should be made payable to the University of Oregon Athletic Department.
We will accept entries so as not to exceed two sections in all running events. Field events will be limited to a maximum of 12 competitors, although meet management reserves the right to accept fewer than 12 competitors based on the quality of entries. Preference will be given to NCAA Division I institutions. Meet management reserves the right to select which entries will be accepted and in which sections entrants will be placed. If you have questions, please email OregonMeets@gmail.com.
Please note the starting heights and progressions in the vertical jumps. These progressions may be adjusted based on conditions or the quality of competitors accepted. All competitors in the throwing and horizontal jumping events will receive 4 attempts only. An athlete’s first legal attempt will be measured regardless of the distance achieved. Afterwards, all remaining legal attempts must surpass the published minimum distances to be measured.
Schedule of Events
The Oregon Preview will feature an abbreviated schedule of events based on interest. Meet management reserves the right to cancel events based on the quality and/or number of entries. A final time schedule will be posted to GoDucks.com on Thursday, March 20.
ScoringAt the conclusion of the competition, the meet will be scored using a double dual scoring format for Division 1 teams.
The facility will be available for practice on Friday from 2:00–5:00 p.m. The discus ring will be available for practice from 2:00–3:30 p.m. only. The javelin runway will be available from 3:30–5:00 p.m. only.
Hayward Field will open to competitors on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Only athletes will be permitted inside competition areas. Coaches are not permitted on the field of play.
Coaches and athletes may pick up packets outside Gate #8 at the southeast entrance to Hayward Field (see attached map) on Saturday beginning at 10:30 a.m. Packet pick-up will close at 1:30 p.m.
All entry fees must be paid in full before a packet may be picked up. We will distribute the packet to the first coach who arrives at the packet pick-up tent. This packet will contain the access credentials for the entire team. Please make arrangements to meet your team at a designated location outside Hayward Field to distribute credentials if you are planning to arrive at different times. We will not hold the packet at the packet pick-up tent.
Athlete Flow Summary (See map in attached PDF)
Athletes in all running events will follow the same protocol, which is outlined below.
1. Athletes must report to the Clerks’ table underneath the West Grandstands NOT later than 20 minutes before the scheduled start of the event. Athletes failing to report by this deadline will be scratched.
2. Athletes will be escorted from the Clerk’s area to the starting line.
3. At the conclusion of the running event, athletes must exit the track through the gate adjacent to the finish line and proceed to the Post-Event Recovery Area.
4. Some athletes will be escorted to the Media Interview Tent.
Athletes in all field events will follow the same protocol, which is outlined below.
1. Athletes must walk directly to the field event site by following the path that begins at the Clerks’ table underneath the West Grandstands and enters the infield by the finish line. Athletes competing on the Hammer Field will report directly to the event site.
2. Athletes in field events must check-in with the appropriate official at the field event site and not with the Clerks underneath the West Grandstands.
3. At the conclusion of the field event, athletes must exit the infield through the gate adjacent to the finish line and proceed to the Post-Event Recovery Area.
4. Some athletes will be escorted to the Media Interview Tent.
No warm-ups will be permitted on Hayward Field's track at any time. Athletes should use the warm-up track located in the southwest corner of the complex.
Implement inspection will begin on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the southeast corner of Hayward Field. All implements must be inspected at least one hour before the start of their event.
Athletes should sit in sections L and M of the east grandstand. Athletes are not permitted to sit in the west grandstand.
We anticipate another great crowd and a large group of media at Hayward Field. Please remember that it is customary for all event winners to jog a victory lap at Hayward Field and be available to speak with the media after their competition. Requests for media and photographer credentials should be directed to Casey Johnson, Assistant Director, Athletic Communications, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Athletic trainers will be present in the tent south of the West Grandstands beginning at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday. Requests for use of training modalities must be made to Grant Wilson at email@example.com.
Athletes may use only pyramid or Christmas tree spikes that are no larger than 7mm (1/4”) in length. High jumpers and javelin throwers may use a 9 mm (3/8”) or less spike. Spikes will be checked and those not meeting the regulations must be replaced by the athlete. No pin spikes will be allowed on the competition, warm-up or practice tracks.
Results will be available at GoDucks.com at the conclusion of the meet.
Lodging and Dining
Please visit www.EugeneCascadesCoast.org for a listing of hotels and restaurants in Eugene and Springfield.
Please direct all questions to the Meet Director at OregonMeets@gmail.com.
Preliminary Schedule of Events
See attached PDF. Please check GoDucks.com on March 14 for a final time schedule.