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.
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.