Aggies and Hornets square off at 2:45 p.m. in the field events, while running events begin at 5:30 p.m.
The Aggies will start the first day of the event with the hammer throw on Friday afternoon, while the remaining field and track events will take place on Saturday
Meanwhile, an Aggie squad of four will be at the Chico State Distance Carnival & Twilight meet
UC Davis track and field will make appearances in both the San Francisco State Distance Carnival and Cal State Fullerton's Titan Team Challenge
The first won the men’s field athlete of the week honor, while the latter won the men’s track athlete of the week honor
2018: Placed within the top 5 of every performance in the 110 hurdles and the 400 hurdles during the season… Recorded the top two fastest times on the UC Davis performance list, both of which were first-place finishes… Hit a 51.96 400 hurdles mark at the Trojan Invite on Mar. 17, which is currently the fifth best time on the Aggie all-timers list… Also clocked in a personal best 110 hurdles mark of 14.62 seconds at the same meet.
EAST ROOSEVELT HS’17: Did track and field all four years, and competed in the 200m, 400m, 110m hurdles, and the 300m hurdles… Got the Top Newcomer award freshman year… Set personal bests in all four events during the 2017 outdoor season: 21.83 in the 200m, 47.98 in the 400m, 13.91 in the 110m hurdles, and 35.30 in the 300m hurdles as an unattached runner. Also as an unattached runner in the 2017 outdoor season, he competed in the 400m hurdles, and got a personal best of 51.77 at the USATF Junior Outdoor Championships… Received both Scholar Athlete of the Year and Sports MVP awards.
PERSONAL: Born in Corona, Calif… Majoring in Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior, and wants to pursue a career working in orthopedics… Parents are Tracy and Anthony… Has two older brothers Jason (30) and Domonique (30), and one older sister Kristian (26)… His proudest personal accomplishment was finishing his high school season as California’s number 12 all-time in the 300m hurdles… His sports hero is Edwin Moses, while his non-sports hero is Martin Luther King Jr… Says if he could play another sport at UC Davis, it would be football… The reason why he chose UC Davis was because it seemed to be the best fit for him both academics and athletics wise.