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"Nebraska track and field opened its season on Friday for the first day of the Graduate Classic. Henry Zimmerman highlighted the day at the Devaney Center Indoor Track, breaking a school record and recording the best weight throw mark in the nation this season. Zimmerman threw a 73-06 (22.40m) on his second attempt to take over the No. 1 spot in the record book, before topping that in his final try with a 73-06.75 (22.42m).

Max Herman took third in the men’s weight throw with a mark of 64-09.25 (19.74m) in his first collegiate throw. Cade Moran (62-06, 19.05m) and Seth Schnackenberg (59-03, 18.06m) completed the Huskers in the top five, placing fourth and fifth.

Cammy Garabian cracked the all-time list in her Husker debut, throwing for 65-0 1/2 (19.82m) in the women’s weight throw to win the event. Hillevi Carlsson (61-0, 18.59m) and Ariel Ammentorp (60-6, 18.44m) made it an all Big Red top three, placing second and third.

Jessica Gardner cleared 13-01 1/2 (4.00m) in the women’s pole vault to take the title, while Kylie Clark finished fifth with a 12-1 1/2 (3.70m).

Till Steinforth won the men’s pole vault with a clearance of 16-06 3/4 (5.05m), while Kolby Heinerikson (15-00, 4.65m) placed fourth and Nick Loibl (14-09, 4.50m) took fifth.

In the long jump, Rebecca Pecora finished first during her first time competing for Nebraska, leaping 19-03 1/2 (5.88m). Ashley McElmurry was runner-up, jumping 18-11 1/4 (5.77m)."

"Nebraska track and field completed the Graduate Classic on Saturday at the Devaney Center Indoor Track, climbing the all-time list in three events and accomplishing five marks that rank in the top five of the NCAA.

Jenna Rogers cleared 6-02.75 (1.90m) to win the high jump and move to No. 2 in Nebraska history. That mark puts Rogers at the top of the NCAA for the 2024 season. Rebecca Pecora (5-8, 1.73m) and Brooklyn Miller (5-7, 1.70m) notched second- and third-place finishes in the high jump to take over the top three spots for the Huskers.

Mine De Klerk hit the third-best shot put mark in the NCAA, winning the event with a 57-3 (17.45m). That is the fourth-best distance in school history from the Oregon transfer. Amelia Flynt added a runner-up finish with a 54-5 1/2 (16.60m), cracking the all-time list at eighth and tying her for sixth in the country. Kalynn Meyer took home third, throwing for 50-5 1/2 (15.38m).
Kevin Shubert (63-02, 19.25m) and Cade Moran (58-11 1/4, 17.96m) finished first and second in the shot put. Shubert's mark is ranked fourth in the NCAA this season.

Velecia Williams grabbed the triple jump title with a distance of 42-3 1/2 (12.89m). That marks a personal best and the seventh-best leap in the NCAA this season. Rhianna Phipps took second with a jump of 40-8 1/4 (12.40m). Micaylon Moore led the Huskers in the men’s triple jump with the No. 6 leap in the country to place first (51-5, 15.67m). Terrol Wilson finished second with a 50-4 1/2 (15.35m).

Nebraska claimed the top three spots in the women’s mile, led by Berlyn Schutz. The freshman from Lincoln clocked a 4:50.13 to finish first.

Abrielle Artley secured the women’s 400m victory (56.80) in her first time competing for Nebraska.

Johanna Ilves (8.44) and LaQwasia Stepney (8.73) went 1-2 in the 60m hurdles, after Ilves posted a personal-best 8.42 in the prelim. Till Steinforth went on to win the men’s 60m hurdles, clocking a personal-best 7.85.

In the 800m, Hayley Trotter and Zoie Ecord (2:17.40) produced top-three finishes. In her first meet as a Husker, Trotter posted a Big Ten-leading 2:15.20.

Arianna Walker ran a 24.86 in the women’s 200m, grabbing second.

Sam Kirchner cruised to the men’s 3000m win in 8:27.82.

The Husker men (Garrett Kaalund, Tyrell Pierce, Kavian Kerr, Steinforth) teamed up to clock a 3:09.93 in a 4x400m relay victory, the fourth-fastest time in the NCAA this season. "
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"The Huskers took over the top five of the men’s weight throw, led by Zimmerman breaking his own school record with a 74-08 1/4 (22.76m). That puts him at the top of the Big Ten and at No. 2 in the NCAA. Max Herman placed second with a personal-best 64-09 3/4 (19.75m) and Josh Marcy finished third with a 62-06 1/2 (19.06m)."

Hillevi Carlsson and Ariel Ammentorp teamed up to grab top-three finishes in the women’s weight throw with personal-best marks. Carlsson took second with the No. 10 throw in school history, 63-3 1/2 (19.29m) while Ammentorp placed third with a 62-2 1/2 (18.96m).
In the shot put, Mine De Klerk (56-09 1/4, 17.30m) and Amelia Flynt (56-00 1/2, 17.08m) placed second and third. Flynt moved up to No. 6 in school history with her mark.

Micaylon Moore hit 52-3 1/4 (15.93m) in the triple jump to win the event and put himself on top of the Big Ten. With today’s mark, he sits at No. 7 in the NCAA and No. 10 in school history. Terrol Wilson added a runner-up finish with a 48-11 3/4 (14.93m). NU took the top-three spots in the women’s triple jump, with Rhianna Phipps winning the event with a 41-0 1/2 (12.51m).

Jenna Rogers secured the high jump title with a height of (6-0 1/2, 1.84m). Her 6-2 3/4 (1.90m) from last weekend’s Graduate Classic still ranks No. 2 in the NCAA.

The freshmen distance duo of Berlyn Schutz and Ali Bainbridge cruised to a 1-2 finish in the mile. Schutz jumped to No. 6 all-time and No. 2 in the Big Ten with a time of 4:41.91, while Bainbridge clocked a 4:51.87.

Trevor Acton secured the 3000m win with a personal-best 8:25.07, while Sadio Fenner placed second with a 8:28.25.

In the 60m hurdles, Johanna Ilves ran a personal-best 8.38 to win the final."

"Nebraska track and field opened the two-day Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational on Friday, marked by another Henry Zimmerman school record, two titles and six athletes earning spots in finals scheduled for Saturday.

"Zimmerman broke the weight throw school record for the third time this season, hitting 75-1 1/4 (22.89m) to win the event. That puts him at second in the Big Ten and fourth in the NCAA this season. Max Herman added a solid weight throw mark, recording a PR 66-7 1/4 (20.30m) to finish fourth.

Ariel Ammentorp moved up to No. 9 all-time in the women’s weight throw, posting a 64-0 1/4 (19.51m) to place second. Cammy Garabian added a third-place finish with a 63-4 (19.30m), while Hillevi Carlsson placed fifth with a 62-6 3/4 (19.07m)

Nick Bryant and Tyrell Pierce captured top-five finishes in the men’s 400m with times of 47.51 (fourth) and 47.67 (fifth). Abrielle Artley claimed sixth in the women’s 400m with a personal-best time of 55.52."

In the pentathlon, Favour Wanjoku cruised to fifth with 3,373 total points after earning runner-up finishes in the shot put with a PR 39-3 (11.96m) and the long jump (18-8, 5.69m). In the 60m hurdles portion, Wanjoku added a personal-best 8.72 to take third. Rebecca Pecora had the best high jump clearance in the field with a 5-9 1/4 (1.76m), while earning third in the long jump with a distance of 18-5 1/4 (5.62m). She finished the pentathlon in 12th with 2,943 points."

Nebraska track and field closed the second day of the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational with a Devaney Center Indoor Track record, four all-time marks and four marks inside the top-10 of the NCAA.

Till Steinforth topped the heptathlon standings with an NCAA-leading 6,097 points.

In the men’s shot put, Kevin Shubert threw for 65-03 1/4 (19.89m) to finish second overall and first out of collegiate throwers. That mark tied Shubert for third in the NCAA and puts him at eighth in school history. Cade Moran finished third with a distance of 60-1 1/4 (18.32m). Mine De Klerk added a personal-best 58-4 1/2 (17.79m) in the women’s shot put, finishing third overall. That’s the third-best distance in school history and the fifth-best in the NCAA. Kalynn Meyer took fifth with a personal-best 55-0 3/4 (16.78m).

NU swept the top-four spots in the women’s triple jump, led by Rhianna Phipps grabbing first with a 43-2 1/2 (13.17m). That puts Phipps at No. 9 in school history and No. 11 in the NCAA.

In the 800m, Niko Schultz climbed to No. 2 on the all-time list with a 1:48.10 to place second. In the women’s 800m, Hayley Trotter ran a PR 2:14.42 to take seventh. Brynna McQuillen (4:50.77) and Cami Merickel (4:58.98) ran PRs in the mile on their way to second and fifth-place finishes. In the 3000m, Berlyn Schutz ran a 9:37.38 in the women’s race to take third and Sam Kirchner ran a personal-best 8:21.78 in the men’s race to place sixth.

Jenna Rogers secured her third high jump title of the season with a clearance of 6-2 (1.88m). Her height of 6-2 3/4 (1.90m) at the Graduate Classic still ranks third in the NCAA. Brooklyn Miller placed fifth with a mark of 5-7 (1.70m). In the men’s high jump, Tyus Wilson cleared 7-0 1/4 (2.14m) to take fourth.

The Husker men (Tyrell Pierce, Nick Bryant, Jacob Hyde, Schultz) ran a season-best 3:09.46 in the 4x400m to win the relay. The women (Abrielle Artley, Rebecca Pecora, Meghan Walker, J. Ilves) ran a 3:43.63 to place third."
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"Nebraska men's track and field is ranked eighth in the third week of the USTFCCCA rankings after a big weekend at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational.

The Husker men have posted five marks inside the top-10 nationally, while adding four all-time marks this season.

After his first time competing in the heptathlon this season, Till Steinforth jumped to No. 2 in the NCAA with 6,097 points. Henry Zimmerman broke the weight throw school record for the third time this season, posting a 75-1 1/4 (22.89m) to rank fourth nationally. Kevin Shubert moved to No. 3 in the country and No. 8 all-time in the shot put on Saturday with a mark of 65-3 1/4 (19.89m). Darius Luff is tied for ninth in the 60m hurdles after his season debut 7.70 over the weekend. Micaylon Moore adds a top-ten ranking, hitting 52-3 1/4 (15.93m) in the triple jump at the Mark Colligan Memorial."

On the women's side, Nebraska is ranked No. 2 in triple jump, No. 3 in shot put, No. 4 in long jump, No. 8 in high jump, and No. 9 in the weight throw."

"Nebraska track and field opened the Tyson Invitational on Friday with two titles, three athletes moving up on the all-time list and two marks ranking in the top-five of the NCAA.

Henry Zimmerman broke the weight throw school record for the fourth time this season, winning the event with a 75-2 (22.91m). That mark puts him at No. 2 in the conference and No. 4 in the NCAA this season. Josh Marcy added an eighth-place finish with a personal-best distance of 65-11 1/2 (20.10m). Cammy Garabian and Ariel Ammentorp posted fourth- and fifth-place finishes in the women’s weight throw with distances of 64-11 1/2 (19.80m) and 64-8 1/2 (19.72m). Ammentorp’s mark improved upon her distance that ranks ninth all-time.

Brynna McQuillen secured the 3000m title, shaving eight seconds off her previous personal-best. Her 9:26.46 moved her up to No. 6 in school history. Ali Bainbridge added a ninth-place finish with a personal-best 9:40.68.

Darius Luff punched his ticket to the 60m hurdles final, crossing the line at 7.65 in the prelim. His time is the fastest time in the Big Ten this season and the fifth-fastest time in the NCAA. In the final, Luff placed fifth with a time of 7.75.

In the 60m, Thomas ran a PR 7.49 to finish 10th in the qualifiers, while Jeremiah Smith was NU’s top finisher on the men’s side, clocking a personal-best 6.82.

Abrielle Artley won her heat of the women’s 400m, clocking a personal-best 55.10 to place 20th overall out of 15 heats. Nick Bryant was Nebraska’s top finisher in the men’s 400m, placing 25th out of over 60 runners with a time of 47.34."


"Nebraska track and field’s final day at the prestigious Tyson Invitational, hosted in Fayetteville, Ark., was marked by a school record, two titles and a trio of all-time marks.

Berlyn Schutz ran the women’s mile in 4:37.45 to break the school record during her third time running the race at the collegiate level. The freshman from Lincoln, Neb. pulled ahead in the last stretch to secure the win."
"In the men’s shot put, Kevin Shubert brought home the title with a throw of 64-1 3/4 (19.55m), while Cade Moran took fourth with a 60-8 1/2 (18.50m).

The Husker women put three athletes in the top five of the shot put, led by Mine De Klerk posting a 56-8 3/4 (17.29m) to place third.

Last weekend at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational, Niko Schultz improved his best 800m time to move to second on Nebraska’s all-time list. In Saturday’s race, Schultz bettered his time again to place third in the 800m invitational with a 1:47.75. "
"Terrol Wilson highlighted the men’s triple jump with a personal-best 52-6 (16m) to place third, putting him at first in the Big Ten, tied for 10th in the NCAA and ninth in school history.
Jenna Rogers placed second in the invitational section of the high jump with a clearance of 5-11 1/4 (1.81m), while Brooklyn Miller cleared a personal-best 5-9 3/4 (1.77m) in the open section to add a runner-up finish. "
The evidence is obvious on the ability of our coaches when athletes continue to put up PBs, break records, and place in the top 5 of a meet!
"Nebraska track and field secured 12 wins at the Nebraska Tune-Up on Friday at the Devaney Center Indoor Track. A trio of athletes climbed the all-time list, while two posted marks that currently rank in the top-ten of the NCAA ahead of the Big Ten Championships week.

Brithton Senior ran a blistering 7.66 in the 60m hurdles to win the event with a personal-best. That time moves him up to second in the Big Ten behind teammate Darius Luff, ties him for eighth in the NCAA and fourth in school history. Till Steinforth ran a 7.86 to finish third overall and second amongst collegiate runners.

Niko Schultz ran a personal best 1:17.72 to win the 600m, moving up to fifth in school history and seventh in the Big Ten. Last weekend, Schultz ran the second-fastest 800m time in school history with a 1:47.75 at the Tyson Invitational. Holden Ruse placed second in the 600m with a personal-best time of 1:20.39.

Berlyn Schutz took the crown in the women’s 800m with a time of 2:07.99 to set a new personal-best.
Seth Schnakenberg threw a personal-best mark of 62-1 (18.92m) to win the weight throw. Brett Schwartz added to the tally of Nebraska PRs with a throw of 61-10 ½ (18.86m) to finish second. Sage Burbach threw a PR of her own with a 50-4 ½ (15.35m) to take third in the women’s weight throw.

In the mile, Ali Bainbridge won the women’s race with a personal-best time of 4:50.85 and Gabe Nash ran 4:11.47 to win the men’s race. Sadio Fenner (4:13.89) and Colby Erdkamp (4:17.65) added top-five finishes. Karlie Moore was Nebraska’s top finisher in the women’s 400m with a time of 57.88, which is her best time this season. Emma Ralston adds to the Husker victories with a first-place finish in the women’s 3000m, running a personal-best 10:04.63.
In the women’s pole vault, Jessica Gardner took home fourth place, clearing an indoor personal-best 13-4 ½ (4.08m). Till Steinforth (16-2, 4.93m) was NU’s top finisher in the men’s pole vault.

Select Nebraska jumpers competed at the Iowa Open on Friday. Micaylon Moore highlighted the day, leaping 54-0 1/2 (16.47m) in the triple jump. That mark set the facility record, ranks first in the Big Ten, ranks sixth in the NCAA and is the third-farthest distance in school history. "
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Nebraska track and field competed at the opening day of the Big Ten Indoor Championships on Friday in Geneva, Ohio, securing an event title, a third-place finish and eight spots in the finals.

Till Steinforth jumped a massive 26-2 ¾ (7.99m) on his final attempt of the long jump to claim the Big Ten title. This marks Steinforth’s third Big Ten title, after winning the decathlon and the long jump at last season’s Big Ten Outdoor Championships. Today’s personal-best mark ties Steinforth for fourth in school history.

Henry Zimmerman is the men’s weight throw bronze medalist after throwing 72-9 ¼ (22.18m) on his fourth attempt. Josh Marcy added an eighth-place finish with a distance of 65-9 (20.04m). Cammy Garabian placed 16th in the women’s weight throw with a distance of 63-0 (19.20m).

Darius Luff (7.71) and Brithton Senior (7.81) earned spots in the 60m hurdles final, running the third- and fourth-fastest prelims times among the field. Last year at this meet, the duo took home first and second and look to repeat tomorrow. In the women’s 60m hurdles prelims, Johanna Ilves ran a personal-best 8.32 to secure her spot in tomorrow’s final and climb to fifth in school history. Ilves’ previous best time was 8.35, ran at the Tyson Invitational this season.

Kavian Kerr came out blazing in the men’s 200m, covering the track in a personal-best 20.96 to finish fourth and qualify for the final. Garrett Kaalund ran his first 200m of the season today, clocking a 21.12 to grab a final’s spot of his own with the seventh-fastest time.

In the men’s 60m prelims, Jeremiah Smith ran a personal-best time of 6.74 to grab seventh place and a qualifying spot in tomorrow’s final. On the women’s side, Darby Thomas ran a personal-best 7.43 to take 11th and move up to sixth on the all-time list. Thomas added an 11th-place finish in the 200m, crossing the line at 24.19.

Nick Bryant, the defending Big Ten Indoor 600m Champion, ran a 1:17.05 in the 600m prelim to punch his ticket to the final with the sixth-fastest time. In the men’s 800m prelims, Niko Schultz was the top finisher for the Huskers, running a 1:49.52 to grab tenth.

Rebecca Pecora placed seventh in the pentathlon with a career-high 3781 points. In the 60m, she ran a 9.22 to claim 865 points, before adding 891 points in the high jump with a clearance of 5-8 (1.73m). Adding a mark of 29-2 ½ (8.90m), a leap of 18-08 ¾ (5.71m) in the long jump and a personal-best time of 2:21.35 in the 800m, Pecora closed the five events in scoring position. Favour Wanjoku joined Pecora in the pentathlon, contributing her best performances in the 60m hurdles with a personal-best 8.65 and the shot put with a 38-9 ½ (11.82m).

In the 5000m, Brynna McQuillen ran a 16:41.06, taking 13th with the eighth-fastest time in school history. Sadio Fenner ran a personal-best 14:30.69 in the men’s 5000m, placing 15th.

Tyrell Pierce was the top runner for the men, adding a personal best in the 400m, placing 11th with a time of 47.46. In the 400m, Meghan Walker took 14th in the prelim, running a personal-best time 55.04.

Both the women’s and the men’s distance medley relays placed eighth, with the women (Schutz, Walker, Hayley Trotter, Ali Bainbridgeh) clocking an 11:26.56, the fourth best time in school history on an oversized track and the men (Gabe Nash, Jacob Hyde, Holden Ruse, Sam Kirchner) running a 9:50.98.

In the team standings, the men currently sit in second, eight points behind Wisconsin.


"Nebraska track and field closed the Big Ten Indoor Championships on Saturday night in Geneva, Ohio with a runner-up team finish on the men’s side and an eighth-place finish on the women’s side behind four Husker titles.

The men went down to the wire, trailing Wisconsin by just eight points entering the final event. They ended with 118 team points compared to the Badgers’ 122."

"Tyus Wilson jumped over a personal-best height, clearing 7-3 (2.21m) to secure the high jump title and move up to fifth in the NCAA. Wilson’s previous best was 7-1 (2.16m), a mark he’s achieved multiple times this season. Reid Nelson claimed an eighth-place finish, clearing a personal-best 6-11 ½ (2.12m). Jenna Rogers cleared a height of 6-2 ¼ (1.89m) in the women’s high jump final to grab a runner-up finish. This marks her fifth time finishing among the top two high jumpers at a conference meet.

Nebraska’s horizontal jumpers had another big day, claiming four of the top eight spots in the triple jump. Micaylon Moore took the gold, bringing in his first Big Ten title with a leap of 52-11 ½ (16.14m). Terrol Wilson went 52-0 ½ (15.86m) to earn the bronze medal, Jeremiah Charles jumped 50-6 ¾ (15.41m) to place fifth and Jaylen Lloyd finished seventh with a distance of 50-0 (15.24m). In the women’s triple jump, NU put three athletes in the top eight. Rhianna Phipps led the charge with a 43-8 ½ (13.32m) to place second and move up to sixth on Nebraska’s all-time list. Lotavia Brown took the bronze with a leap of 42-11 ½ (13.09m). Ashley McElmurry jumped 41-9 ¼ (12.73) to take home seventh.

Mine De Klerk was named the Big Ten Shot Put Champion with a mark of 56-2 1/2 (17.13m) in her first throw of the meet. Kalynn Meyer (54-6 ½, 16.62m) and Amelia Flynt (54-2, 16.51m) added scoring finishes, placing fifth and sixth in the event. Kevin Shubert earned silver in the men’s shot put, hitting a mark of 65-3 ¼ (19.89m) to tie his personal-best distance. Cade Moran threw his career-best mark on his final throw of the day with a 62-9 ½ (19.14m) to move up to fourth.

In the men’s 600m final, Nick Bryant covered the track in 1:16.39 to finish as the runner-up.

In the women’s mile, Berlyn Schutz improved her personal-best time to break her own school record with a 4:37.37. The freshman from Lincoln, Neb. ran to a third-place finish in the final.

Jeremiah Smith tied his personal-best time from yesterday’s prelims when he ran in today's final. His 6.74 was good for sixth. In the men’s 200m final, Garrett Kaalund ran a 21.18 to take sixth in just his second 200m of the indoor season, while Kavian Kerr came away with eighth running a 21.22."


"Nebraska track and field earned 12 bids to the NCAA Indoor Championships, March 8-9 in Boston, Mass. With 11 athletes and 12 entries making the list for Nebraska, that marks the most athletes to qualify for the NCAA Indoor Championships since 2010 and the most entries since 2011.

The top 16 student-athletes in each event qualify for the NCAA Indoor Championships each year. Nebraska’s qualifiers are Till Steinforth (heptathlon, long jump), Henry Zimmerman (weight throw), Kevin Shubert (shot put), Micaylon Moore (triple jump), Terrol Wilson (triple jump), Tyus Wilson (high jump), Darius Luff (60m hurdles), Brithton Senior (60m hurdles), Mine De Klerk (shot put), Rhianna Phipps (triple jump) and Jenna Rogers (high jump)."

Nebraska's 2024 NCAA Indoor Championships Qualifiers
Athlete, Event, NCAA Rank, Season Best

"Till Steinforth; Heptathlon, 3rd, 6097
; Long Jump, 9th, 26-2 ¾ (7.99m) - won the Big Ten indoor long jump title for his third career conference gold medal…achieved a new personal-best long jump mark in his last attempt at the Big Ten Championships to rank ninth in the country and tie for fourth in school history…completed the heptathlon at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational to break the Devaney Center record and hit 6097 points, a total that currently ranks third in the NCAA…finished fourth in the heptathlon and decathlon at the 2023 NCAA Championship meets…owns the heptathlon and decathlon school records.

Micaylon Moore; Triple Jump, 6th, 54-0 ½ (16.47m) - claimed his first Big Ten title on Saturday, winning the triple jump…recorded a personal-best mark at the Iowa Open to jump to sixth in the NCAA, set a facility record and climb to third in school history…is a first-time qualifier for the NCAA Championships.

Tyus Wilson; High Jump, t-7th, 7-3 (2.21m) - won the Big Ten high jump title with a personal-best mark to move up to a tie for seventh in the NCAA ranks…finished as runner-up at the 2023 Big Ten outdoor meet and third at the 2023 Big Ten indoor meet in the high jump…placed fourth at the 2023 NCAA Outdoor Championships.

Henry Zimmerman; Weight Throw, 8th, 75-2 (22.91m) - owns the top-four weight throw marks in school history…placed third at the 2022 and 2024 Big Ten Indoor Championships in the weight throw…making his first NCAA Championship appearance…started his career at Penn State before transferring to Nebraska ahead of the 2022 season…didn’t compete during 2023 season due to injury.

Kevin Shubert; Shot Put, t-8th, 65-3 ¼ (19.89m) - secured the silver medal in the shot put at the Big Ten Indoor Championships…recorded a personal-best mark at the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational, putting him at eighth on the all-time list and tying him for eighth in the NCAA…placed 16th at the 2021 NCAA Indoor Championships…finished sixth at the 2022 and 2023 Big Ten Outdoor Championships in the shot put…added a fourth-place finish at the 2021 indoor conference meet and a sixth-place finish at the 2022 Big Ten indoor meet.

Darius Luff; 60m Hurdles, t-12th, 7.65 - three-time First-Team All-American and two-time Second-Team All-American…broke the 60m hurdles and 110m hurdles school records last season…claimed the bronze over the weekend at the 2024 Big Ten Indoor meet…won the 2023 60m hurdles and 110m hurdles Big Ten titles…went into the 2023 NCAA Indoor Championship final with the fastest prelims time before finishing third in the final…placed seventh at the 2022 NCAA Indoor Championships.

Terrol Wilson; Triple Jump, t-13th, 52-6 (16.0m) - claimed bronze in the triple jump at the Big Ten Indoor Championships…went a personal-best distance at the Tyson Invitational, moving up to 10th in school history and tied for fifth in the NCAA…making his NCAA Championship meet debut…has five triple jump top-five finishes at the Big Ten Championship meets.

Brithton Senior; 60m Hurdles, t-15th, 7.66 - ran a personal-best 60m hurdles time at the Nebraska Tune-Up, becoming the fourth-fastest in school history and earning an NCAA bid with a tie for 15th in the NCAA…placed 10th at the 2021 NCAA Indoor Championships in the 60m hurdles while competing for South Dakota and 15th in the 4x100m at the 2023 NCAA Outdoor Championships…finished second at the 2023 indoor conference meet, third at the 2023 outdoor conference meet and fourth at the 2024 indoor conference meet in the 60m hurdles.

Jenna Rogers, High Jump, 5th, 6-2 ¾ (1.90m) - three-time First-Team All-American and three-time Big Ten high jump champion…took silver at the 2024 Big Ten Indoor Championships…cleared a personal-best mark at the first meet of this season, moving up to No. 2 on the indoor all-time list…placed fourth at last season’s NCAA Indoor Championships for her highest career NCAA finish…claimed the silver at the 2023 USATF Outdoor Nationals.

Mine De Klerk, Shot Put, 7th, 58-4 ½ (17.79m) - won the Big Ten shot put title last weekend…owns the third-best mark in school history, ranking seventh in the NCAA…in her first season competing at Nebraska, after spending two seasons with Oregon…finished 13th at the 2022 NCAA Outdoor Championships in the shot put…notched a top-five finish at the Pac-12 Championships in the shot put in 2022 and the discus in 2023.

Rhianna Phipps, Triple Jump, 14th, 43-8 ½ (13.32m) - two-time Second-Team All-American…claimed runner-up honors in the triple jump at the Big Ten Indoor Championships with a season-best mark, moving her up to sixth in school history and 14th in the NCAA…making her fourth NCAA appearance, after qualifying twice during her year competing for Kansas State and once for Nebraska in last season’s outdoor NCAA meet."
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Congrats to Till Steinworth!


"The junior from Saxony-Anhalt, Germany is a four-time USTFCCCA First-Team All-American, a three-time Big Ten Champion and owns two Nebraska school records. At the NCAA Indoor Championships, Steinforth captured third place in the heptathlon with 6140 points and seventh place in the long jump with a 25-10 (7.87m). At the Big Ten Indoor Championships, Steinforth went a personal-best 26-2 3/4 (7.99m) on his final attempt of the long jump to win the title and move up to a tie for fourth in school history.

This marks the third year in a row a Husker has won the Big Ten Men's Indoor Field Athlete of the Year honor, with Jonah Wilson named the unanimous selection in 2023 and Burger Lambrechts Jr. earning the distinction in 2022.

Big Ten Indoor Track and Field Awards
Men's Track Athlete of the Year: Cheickna Traore, Penn State
Men's Field Athlete of the Year: Till Steinforth, Nebraska
Men's Freshman of the Year: Braxton Brann, Ohio State

Women's Track Athlete of the Year: Hayley Kitching, Penn State
Women's Field Athlete of the Year: Chloe Timberg, Rutgers
Women's Freshman of the Year: Anthonett Nabwe, Minnesota"
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Congrats to coach St. Clair!
"The Nebraska men's track and field program earned two USTFCCCA Midwest Region awards on Thursday. Justin St. Clair was named the Midwest Region Men's Coach of the Year and junior heptathlete and long jumper Till Steinforth was named the Midwest Region Men's Field Athlete of the Year."

"St. Clair, in his second year as head coach, led eight Husker men and nine entries to the NCAA Indoor Championships. Nebraska earned five First-Team All-America honors on the men's side and tied for 12th in the team standings. At the Big Ten Indoor Championships, the men finished second and crowned three Big Ten Champions. St. Clair specializes in the throws, where NU scored 20 team points at the conference meet between the shot put and weight throw. Throughout the season, 13 athletes have moved up on Nebraska's all-time list.

The last time a Nebraska head coach won this honor was when Gary Pepin received the award after the 2019 indoor season."
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"Nebraska track and field began its outdoor campaign on Friday split between the Florida Relays, Stanford Invitational and Mike Fanelli Track Classic. Eniko Sara brought in a title, while three additional athletes joined her in climbing the all-time performance list.

Sara recorded a personal-best javelin mark in Gainesville, Fla. to secure the win and crack the all-time list for the first time. Her 177-11 (54.23m) is the ninth-best throw in school history.

Hillevi Carlsson posted the fifth-best hammer throw mark in school history with a 203-11 (62.16m) to take fourth. Cammy Garabian added an eighth-place finish with a 188-7 (57.49m).

Mine De Klerk threw the sixth-best discus mark in school history on her first time competing in the event for Nebraska.

Mason Kooi and Reid Nelson teamed up for top-five finishes in the open section of the men’s high jump. Kooi, in his first collegiate outdoor meet, cleared 6-11 (2.11m) to place second, while Nelson secured fourth with a 6-9 (2.06m).

Cory Berg and Joseph Clifford posted top-15 400m hurdle finishes, with Berg running a 52.41 to take 13th and Clifford running a personal-best 52.48 to take 14th.

At the Stanford Invitational, Berlyn Schutz ran a 4:19.94 in the 1500m to enter the outdoor all-time list at No. 8. The freshman from Lincoln, Neb. broke the school record in the mile during the indoor season".
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