Minnesota won the pole vault, 400m, 4x100m and 4x400m at the Triton Invitational
Bollig and Mikkalson lead Minnesota in the 800m and 1,500m races
Minnesota's mid-distance runners make up the majority of the Gophers competing this weekend
This page will be updated with committed student-athletes as their signed NLIs arrive.
2014 Season - Indoor: Ran career-best 10:47.71 in the 3,000m at Parents Day Open finished 13th in the 5,000m at the Jack Johnson Classic in a career-best 18:49.15 finished seventh in the 3,000m at the UW-River Falls Invite.
2014 Season - Outdoor: Ran six races ran career-best times in the 1,500m (4:59.90), 3,000m (10:35.05) and 5,000m (19:27.12) ran the 1,500m four times and the 3,000m and 5,000m once each placed 18th in 4:59.90 in the 1,500m at UW-La Crosse finished second in the 3,000m in 10:35.05 at Macalester placed 13th in 5,000m at Hamline (19:27.12).
2013 Season - Indoor: Ran the mile at the Parents Day Open (5:43.65) took 11th in the 3,000m at the Northwest Open (11:23.89) ran the 5,000m at the Jack Johnson Classic (19:28.79).
2013 Season - Outdoor: Ran the 1,500m at the Meet of the Unsaintly (5:09.79).
2012 Season: Redshirted the 2011 cross country season and the 2012 indoor and outdoor track seasons.
High School: A 2011 graduate of Minnetonka High School high school coaches were Jane Riemer-Morgan, Amy Mayer, Krista Larson, Jessica Donovan and Jennifer Bridenbach cross country team placed third once and fourth once at the Minnesota Class AA state meet was the section 6 AA Champion as a senior in cross country also participated in Nordic skiing where she earned all-conference honors her sophomore, junior and senior seasons competed in the 3,200m, 1,600m and 800m races during the track season graduated with highest honors.
Personal: Born January 29, 1993 major is broadcast journalism daughter of Ann Marie and Bruce Bailey has one brother named Ryan, who competed in cross country and track and field for UW-Eau Claire enjoys reading, hanging out with friends, going to the movies and cooking.