March 2, 2013
As the NCAA Indoor Championships approach, a few Golden Gophers have a chance at competing there March 8-9. Alena Brooks, Kylie Peterson and Todea-Kay Willis all competed at the Alex Wilson last chance meet at Notre Dame this weekend in hopes of setting new season bests.
While none did record a new top mark, there is still a chance of being invited to the NCAA Championships. The top 16 individuals who declare their intention of competing in an event will qualify. If competitors with better marks, possibly those who are eligible for multiple events, decline to compete, there could be an opportunity for the Maroon and Gold to be represented at the NCAA meet in Fayetteville, Ark.
Willis ranks 18th in the long jump after her school-record leap of 20-7 3/4 (6.29m) at the Big Ten Championships. Alena Brooks (2:06.24) and Te’Shon Adderley (2:06.42) are 22nd and 25th, respectively, in the 800 meters. Accepted entries will be announced Monday, March 4.
Gophers Begin Outdoor with Six Event Titles
3/15/2018 - W. Track & Field
Minnesota opened the 2018 outdoor season at the Cougar Spring Break Invitational on Thursday.
Outdoor Season to Begin Thursday
3/14/2018 - W. Track & Field
Members of the Gopher women's track & field team are set to kick off the 2018 outdoor campaign at the Cougar Spring Break Invitational.
Five Gophers Named All-Americans
3/13/2018 - W. Track & Field
Kaitlyn Long and Kiley Sabin led Minnesota as First Team All-Americans at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championship.