Minnesota will compete at the Musco Twilight, the Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational and Hamline's Meet of the UnSaintly.
The No. 15 Minnesota men's indoor track & field team returns to action this weekend with the fifth-annual Bill Bergan Invitational in Ames, Iowa.
Former Gophers All-American Chris Rombough is in his second season as the volunteer assistant coach for the Golden Gopher men's cross country and men's track and field teams.
Rombough completed a successful Minnesota running career as a six-time All-American. He was the first three-time NCAA cross country All-American in Minnesota history and added three national citations in indoor track.
On the track, Rombough won the 2008 Big Ten title in the 10,000 meters and helped the Gophers to four team titles indoor/outdoor during the 2009 and 2010 seasons.Rombough also helped the Gophers to the Big Ten cross country title in 2006 after capturing the individual title and earning honors as the 2006 Big Ten Cross Country Athlete of the Year.
A native of Fremont, Wis., Rombough graduated from Minnesota in May of 2010 with a coaching/communication studies major.
Wieland, Wiebke Earn Academic All-America
A three-time Academic All-American, Wieland represented the Maroon & Gold on the Second Team while Wiebke picked up his first career honor as a Third Team selection.
Mead Wins USATF 10,000 Meters
Mead’s title on Friday snapped Galen Rupp’s streak of eight consecutive USATF 10,000 meter championships.
Incoming Gophers Earn Track & Field Honors
Dawson LaRance was named the Montana Boys Track & Field Athlete of the Year and Hunter Lucas was named the North Dakota Boys Track & Field Athlete of the Year.