Men's Track and Field Preps For Penn Relays

Penn Men's Performance Lists

PHILADELPHIA – It’s that time of year again as the University of Pennsylvania men’s track and field team prepares to serve as host of the world’s largest annual track meet. The 115th running of the Penn Relays will consume Franklin Field and the city of Philadelphia for the rest of the week. ESPN2 will broadcast the final day of competition from 4-6 p.m.

The relays start Tuesday for the Penn men’s team with senior Max Westman participating in the decathlon during the first two days of multi-competition. The rest of the track and field events begin on Thursday morning and run through Saturday.

Last week, the Quakers paired with Cornell to defeat the British Universities, Oxford and Cambridge at Franklin Field. Penn and their Ivy counterpart combined to win 16 of the 19 events as the Quakers added two more IC4A qualifiers and a Regional qualifier. In all, Penn has 10 individuals who have reached the IC4A Championships and two relays, while junior Anthony Abitante joined junior John Carelli as the two Quakers representing Penn at the Regional Championships thus far.

For more information on the Penn Relays, please visit, where you can find the full event schedule, live updates, blogs and results.

Also, updates and results on the progress of the Penn men’s track and field team throughout the Relays can be found at

Download: Men's Track Outdoor Performance.pdf