Women's track and field leads the way with 45 recognized individuals
The 4x100 squad ran its fastest time of the season.
Final meet before the Big Ten championships
Gophers will have full day of action on Saturday
2012 - Season Indoor: Ran the 3,000 meters at the Northwest Open (11:20.56) took sixth in the 5,000 meters at the Jack Johnson Classic. Outdoor: Finished second in the 3,000 meters at the Rider Invitational (11:34.47) competed in the 5,000m at the Holst Invitational (19:59.94).
2010 Season - Indoor: Competed in three meets clocked a best of 11:48.63 in 3,000 meters at UW-River Falls' Brooks Classic. Outdoor: Did not compete.
2009 Season:Redshirted in the indoor and outdoor seasons.
Cross Country:Ran in four meets as a freshman in 2008 redshirted the 2009 season.
High School:A 2008 graduate of McDonell Central Catholic High School high school coaches were Marty Bushland and Steve Roesler a three-time all-state honoree, once in cross country, twice in track placed seventh in the Wisconsin Division 3 State cross country meet as a sophomore in 2005 placed 12th as a senior and 17th as a junior state placewinner as a junior (third) and freshman (fourth) in the 3,200 meters 2007 Cloverbelt Conference cross country medalist conference 3,200 meters champ as a junior earned four varsity letters in cross country, two in track and cross country skiing a member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Born May 14, 1990 retail merchandising major with a minor in management & mass communications daughter of Daniel and Debra Dahl has one older sister Brittany enjoys figure skating, biking, the outdoors, music and art.
Gophers Record 11 Career Bests at Notre Dame
Shanique Wright led Minnesota with a runner-up showing in the triple jump on day two of the Meyo Invitational Saturday.
Berkholtz, Markland Win Titles to Lead Gophers
Liz Berkholtz and Titania Markland won event titles to lead Minnesota on day one of the Meyo Invitational.
Black HIstory Month: Lisa (Walton) Anderson
In honor of Black History Month, Gopher Athletics is celebrating those who made us great. Today we honor Lisa (Walton) Anderson.