The Nebraska monitor and subject staff wrapped up motion on the Texas Tech Open this weekend with three Huskers setting all-time marks on Saturday.
Jonah Wilson led 4 Huskers within the top-eight of the lads’s shot put with a personal-best toss of 67-0 (20.42m). He completed second behind the NCAA chief within the occasion. Wilson’s mark is at the moment first within the Massive Ten, second within the nation and third at school historical past.
Maxwell Otterdahl joined Wilson with a personal-best distance to put third. His 65-10 1/4 (20.07m) is at the moment tied for second within the Massive Ten, tied for fifth nationally and tied for fourth at school historical past.
Kevin Shubert had a mark of 60-4 (18.39m) to complete fourth and Nick Ronnfeldt had a distance of 55-0 (16.76m) to spherical out the Massive Purple throwers within the top-eight.
Garrett Kaalund clocked a 20.96 within the 200m to assert fourth in a subject of over 100 runners, which strikes him up one spot to fourth all-time in program historical past.
Micaylon Moore had a personal-best mark of 51-1 3/4 (15.59m) to put third within the males’s triple soar, whereas Terrol Wilson leaped 48-0 (14.63m) to complete tenth.
Axelina Johansson pitched in a runner-up end within the shot put with a toss of 58-0 1/2 (17.69m), and Taylor Latimer positioned eighth with a distance of 50-3 1/2 (15.33m).
Within the males’s excessive soar, Mayson Conner tied his personal-best soar of 7-3 3/4 (2.23m) to seize the runner-up placement. On the ladies’s aspect, Jenna Rogers cleared 5-7 3/4 (1.72m) to tie for seventh.
Within the males’s pole vault, Till Steinforth cleared 16-2 1/2 (4.94m) to complete tenth.
Niko Schultz and Nick Bryant pitched in tenth and Twelfth-place finishes within the males’s 800m with occasions of 1:53.27 and 1:54.22.
Ashley McElmurry was topped triple soar champion of the “B” part with a personal-best mark of 42-5 1/2 (12.94m).
Within the “B” part of the ladies’s shot put, Kalynn Meyer completed fifth with a mark of 50-4 1/2 (15.35m).
Brooklyn Miller was the highest finisher for the Massive Purple within the “B” part of the ladies’s excessive soar, putting third with a clearance of 5-7 (1.70m). Tyus Wilson cleared a personal-best 7-0 1/4 (2.14m) within the “B” part of the lads’s soar to complete as runner-up, whereas Ashriel Dixon took fourth with a 6-8 3/4 (2.05m).
The Husker males (Julian Watson, Kaalund, Schultz, Bryant) completed sixth within the 4×400 relay with a time of three:13.49.
Nebraska is ready to host the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational on Friday-Saturday, Feb. 3-4 on the Devaney Heart Indoor Observe. Occasions start at 12 p.m. on Friday and at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday.
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