The Harvey County Hawks will host a watch party Saturday at Gurty’s as Kansas takes on Seton Hall at INTRUST Bank Arena.
The game time is set for 6:10 p.m.
Food and drink will be available for purchase.
The game will be shown on three screens — 10 foot, 70 inch and 55 inch.
hits B qualifier
WINFIELD – Bethel College freshman Jennifer Andres, a Newton High School grad, provisionally qualified for the NAIA Outdoor Nationals in her first outdoor meet of the season.
Andres took second in the 200-meter dash in 25.00, .01 seconds behind Cowley’s Kedrenea Addison. Andres’ time is a new school record and meets the NAIA B qualifying mark.
Earlier in the day, Andres false started in the 100-meter dash.
"Jen was pretty mad at herself after the 100," Bethel coach Jeff Hoskisson said. "She was determined to make up for it in the 200. She did that and more."
Freshman Destiny Joseph ran the 100 in 13.28 and the 200 in 28.25. Freshman Darionna Ray went 30.74 in the 200 and 1:11.50 in the 400.
Freshman Gabriele Westrich went 50-5 in the javelin and 67-4 in the hammer throw.
Junior Kyle Wilson finished seventh in the shot put in 46-8 and finished the discus in 147-8. Wilson is the defending KCAC champion in both events.
Robert Graham went 113-2 in the discus.
Peter King finished the shot in 33-2, followed by Josh Jackson in 32-10 1/4. Both are freshmen.
"Kyle said he felt good about his efforts today," Hoskisson said. "He opened this year further than he did last year in the shot and he ended with a pretty stellar season last year."
Bruce Rosario ran an 11.08 in the men’s 100-meter dash and a 22.62 in the 200. Amondr’e Street went 11.19 in the 100. Adam Sigwing went 23.06 in the 200 and 51.94 in the 400. Rosario, Sigwing, Street and Khalif Majied placed seventh in the 4x100-meter relay in 43.53.
Heath Goertzen finished the long jump in 19-5 1/2 and the triple jump in 42-4 3/4. Chandler White went 5-9 3/4 in the high jump and 19-2 3/4 in the long jump. D.J. Britt went 18-7 3/4 in the long jump. Street went 17-1 1/4 in the long jump.
King went 82-2 in the javelin, followed by Jackson in 65-5.
Bethel competes March 31 at the Emporia State Relays.