Schulz opened the competition running a time of 9.50 seconds in the 60-meter hurdles, followed by clearing 5-3 1/2 in the high jump. She landed a throw of 34-2 1/2 in the shot put and a leap of 16-5 in the long jump. Schultz moved up in the final standings with a solid run of 2:18.12 in the 800-meter run.
“Nikki has shown some nice improvement in the past few weeks,” said Minnesota head coach Matt Bingle. “She will be ready to make an impact in the Big Ten meet.”
The Iowa State Classic continues through Saturday.
Esser Advances to Discus Final
Agnes Esser is representing her native Canada at the World University Games in Taipei, Taiwan this week.
Esser to Compete in Taiwan
Agnes Esser is set to represent her native Canada at the World University Games in Taipei, Taiwan.
Summer Update: Track's Temi Ogunrinde
Temi Ogunrinde is making the most out of her summer as she's interning with the 2019 NCAA Final Four Minneapolis Local Organizing Committee.