Minnesota's Total is up from 123 Following the 2011 Spring Seasons
Senior class was part of five Big Ten Championships
Quentin Mege wins hammer with a new personal best mark
Mt. Sac Relays and Iowa Musco Twilight headline the weekend
2012 Season - Indoor: Finished second in the high jump at the Northwest Open with a height of 6-4 1/4 (1.94m) also competed in the high jump at the Snowshoe Open and Jack Johnson Classic. Outdoor: Competed in a total of four events for the outdoor season placed fourth in the high jump at the Drake Alternate jumped a height of 6-4 3/4 (1.95m) at the Tom Cat Twilight.
2011 SeasonIndoor:Jumped in the high jump at the Brooks Classic and finished second (6-6 ¾ ) competed in the high jump at the Minnesota Open and placed third (6-2 ¾ )Outdoor:competed at the Macalester Twilight in the high jump and placed first (6-5).
Indoor: Competed in five meets placed third at the UW-River Falls Brooks Classic with a season-best height of 6-8 3/4. Outdoor:Jumped in four meets cleared a best of 6-5 at the Iowa Musco Twilight Meet.
2009 Season: Redshirted the indoor and outdoor seasons.
A 2008 graduate of Green Bay Preble High School high school coaches were Patrick Prochnow, Jack Drankoff and Andy Fameree placed third in the Wisconsin Division I State Meet in 2007 and 2008 career-best height is 6-9 also competed in the triple jump at state as a senior the 2008 Fox River Conference Field Event Athlete of the Year lettered four times in track, two in basketball and volleyball a member of the National Honor Society.
Born June 2, 1989 undecided on a major parents are Steve and Cindy Parent has a younger brother Greg hobbies include playing table tennis.
‘U’ Alum Siegmeier Joins Gophers Staff
A two-time All-American and three-time Big Ten champion, Zach Siegmeier will serve as director of operations for men's track & field and cross country.
Blankenship, Mead Shine in Olympic Finals
Mead and Blankenship recorded the best Olympic finishes by Gophers since Staffan Strand finished sixth in the high jump for Sweden during the 2000 Olympics in Sydney.
Blankenship Punches Ticket to Olympic Final
Ben Blankenship (1,500) and Hassan Mead (5,000) will run in Olympic finals on Saturday night.