DAVIS, Calif. -- Due to a combination of poor weather forecasts and construction delays taking place at UC Davis's Woody Wilson Track and Field, the UC Davis track and field team will be cancelling the All-Comers Meet, originally scheduled to take place on Saturday, Jan. 27.
The Aggies were going to host this meet for the indoor high school qualifiers, but due to these two unforeseen events, the Woody Wilson Track and Field stadium will not be in a state to host a meet quite yet, according to the UC Davis track and field assistant coach Marshall Ackley.
The UC Davis indoor track and field squad's season opener takes place on Feb. 2 as the Aggies head to Albuquerque, New Mexico, for the New Mexico Classic.
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