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Ivy league track and field

tracktownusatracktownusa Registered User Posts: 15 New Member
edited August 2013 in Athletic Recruits
Hi, I am currently in process of Ivy league track and field.
I was wondering how many athletes there are in each events in Ivy league schools approximately?
I'm trying to figure out how many slots there will be for me.

Thank you
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Replies to: Ivy league track and field

  • varskavarska Registered User Posts: 1,430 Senior Member
    Just check the rosters on each team's website. You'll see the number of athletes at your event plus the year they're graduating
  • tracktownusatracktownusa Registered User Posts: 15 New Member
    Varska
    I know but I want to know approximately what the maximum number of athletes per events is in Ivy schools.
  • varskavarska Registered User Posts: 1,430 Senior Member
    Tracktown, that number is going to vary from school to school and year to year. There may be a year that Penn is light on discus throwers, for example, and stacked with high jumpers. But that could change the following year. The roster check I mentioned will give you a good feel where a team may have needs
  • tracktownusatracktownusa Registered User Posts: 15 New Member
    Varska,

    Thank you:)
  • FleetFeetAthleteFleetFeetAthlete Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    Hi tracktownusa! I'm going through the same process right now :) Go on tffrs.org and look up the schools you want to attend. Check if your PRs measure up to the athletes already on the team, and whether or not the team has a need for people in your event.
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