Three members of the Maroon & Gold picked up personal records to go with their wins including true freshman Luke May's victory in the javelin.
Quinton Coleman, Tyler Tappe, John Uchytil and unattached freshman Chris Trotter picked up wins at Anderson Fieldhouse.
Obsa Ali ran the second fastest 5,000 meters in school history and the second fastest mark in the Big Ten this season.
The University of Minnesota men's track & field program locked up 11 individual titles on Wednesday evening at St Thomas' Tommie Twilight.
The Gophers return to action next Saturday with a dual meet against Border Battle rival Wisconsin at the University of Minnesota Fieldhouse.
2015 | SOPHOMORE SEASON
Indoor: At the 2015 Jack Johnson Classic, placed 11th in preliminary competition in the 60 meter dash with a time of 7.11 seconds • finished 5th at the 2015 Snowshoe Open in the 60 meter dash with a time of 6.96 seconds. Outdoor: At the 2015 Baldy Castillo Invitational, placed 14th in the 100 meter dash with a time of 10.90 seconds.
2014 | FRESHMAN SEASON
Indoor: Did not compete. Outdoor: Did not compete.
Double Majors in Communications and Cinema. • Hometown: Chicago, Illinois/Duluth, Minnesota. • High School: Duluth East. • Transfer from Lane (Eugene, Oregon). • Son of Donna Coleman and Joel Brekken. • Enjoys playing basketball, media production, and works as a part time talk show host. • Coached by Dave Wickner and Tim Vizina. • All-State three times in high school. • 2010 Minnesota USATF 100 meter dash champion.
'U' Opens Outdoor Season at ASU
3/16/2018 - M. Track & Field
The University of Minnesota men's track & field program opens the outdoor campaign this weekend at the Baldy Castillo Invitational in Tempe, Ariz. The two-day competition is hosted by...
Gophers Claim Six All-Americans
3/10/2018 - M. Track & Field
Representing the Maroon & Gold as Second Team All-Americans were Teddy Frid in the heptathlon, Ryan Lockard in the high jump and the 4x400 meter relay team.
Frid Hits Two PRs to Open NCAA Meet
3/9/2018 - M. Track & Field
Through four events, Frid sits in 16th with 3,028 points in his first appearance at the Division I national championships.