Feb. 2, 2012
WHATS UP THIS WEEKEND?
This weekend the Minnesota women’s track and field team will head to Norte Dame, Ind., to compete in the 25th annual Meyo Invitaitonal. Action is set to get underway at 4:00 p.m. (CST) at the Loftus Sports Center. The two-day event will welcome 48 teams to the field.
Minnesota’s Rachel Melum and Melissa Flucke each tied for first in the high jump with a height of 1.65m (5-5) and in the 400m Jessica Waldvogel took second with a time of 57.81, Linnea Johnson was third after finishing in 58.21 and Leighton Lerum took fourth at 58.21.
The Gophers will next travel to Ames, IA to compete in the ISU Classic and others will stay local and compete at the St. Thomas Invitational.
THE GOLDEN GOPHER COACHING STAFF
Matt Bingle is in his sixth season as the Golden Gophers head women’s track & field coach. He was promoted to Director of Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country during the offseason. Bingle heads an extremely experienced coaching staff that includes assistants Gary Wilson (Distance) Lynne Anderson (Throwers), Sarah Hesser (Distance) and Caroline White(Pole Vault).
Ramacher Named B1G Freshman of the Year
6/13/2018 - W. Track & Field
Gophers redshirt freshman Ashley Ramacher has been named the Big Ten Conference Freshman of the Year.
Gophers Take 12th in Program of the Year Race
6/12/2018 - W. Track & Field
Minnesota was one of 15 NCAA Division I women's programs honored by the USTFCCCA in this year's Program of the Year standings.
Gophers Total 13 All-America Honors
6/11/2018 - W. Track & Field
The Minnesota women's track & field team earned 13 All-America accolades as the USTFCCCA announced award recipients.