Ducks, Cougars, and Aggies of Texas A&M await the Huskies in the first of just two regular season scored meets.
Throws captains Joe Zimmerman and Jordin Seekins waited a long time for the outdoor season to start.
Megan Goethals moves up to 10th in the NCAA with a sub-16-minute 5,000-meter run.
Washington hosts large contingents from Stanford, Oregon, Cal, UCLA and several more teams around the nation.
Nine Husky All-Americans will be in action on Saturday.
High School and Personal: Born in Olympia, Washington ... parents are Jodi and Neil White ... has one older brother, Trevor ... both parents played college basketball and his father also threw javelin ... twice named team MVP at Centralia as well as most inspirational, he threw all four implements, including taking up the hammer his senior year ... finished third in the 2012 Washington State Hammer Championships, throwing a personal-best 187-feet, 8-inches ... competed at Junior Olympic Nationals in July of 2012 in Baltimore, placing 15th in the hammer throw with a toss of 167-10 ... won the district title in the discus throw his junior year with a PR of 142-1, and went on to finish 12th in the 2A state meet ... also set javelin PR of 164-1 and shot put PR of 49-0 during his senior year ... lettered three years in football and was an All-League offensive linemen his senior season, as well as Shrine Game MVP ... co-captain of football team and most inspirational as a senior ... was the valedictorian of his graduating class, owning a 4.0 GPA, as well as being student body president ... is an eagle scout and holds a black belt in martial arts ... a Seven Continents Club member.