Drake and Moraczewski lead the Gophers as four-time academic honorees
Women's track and field leads the way with 45 recognized individuals
2013 Junior Season: Named Academic All-Big Ten raced in six meets ran a season-best 22:36.5 as the third Gopher finisher at the Neubauer Invitational improved in each of her first four meets of the season, in 23:59.1 (Oz Memorial), 23:15.1 (Griak Invitational) and 23:01.41 (Blugold Invitational) before running her best of the year at the Neubauer Invitational also raced at Jack's Run (23:37.2) and Rocky's Run (24:42) earned first varsity letter.
2012 Sophomore Season: Ran a season-best time of 23:27.89 at the Blugold Invite, finishing 53rd (16th on the team) the team's ninth runner at the Neubauer Invite (49th overall, 23:29.4) competed in six races overall.
2011 Freshman Season: Ran in four meets clocked her season-best time of 24:00 at the Tori Neubauer 6K ran 24:11 at the Bluegold Invite competed at the Roy Griak Invitational, running 24:22.10 raced the Oz Memorial with a time of 25:56.94.
On the Track: Competes in the 800m, mile, and 1500m named Academic All-Big Ten in 2013.
High School: A 2010 graduate of Green Bay East High School high school coach was Terri Gilles top time in the mile was 5:28 ran a best time of 10:59 in the 3000m clocked a 4:58 in the 1500m.
Personal: Born on August 1, 1992 majoring in microbiology/pre-med daughter of Shawn and Brian Johnson has two siblings, Diedre and Kiernan hobbies include snowboarding, skiing, soccer, singing and playing the violin.
Warm-Up Lap: Q&A with Madeline Strandemo
5/8/2018 - W. Cross Country
Madeline Strandemo enters this week's Big Ten Championship as the B1G defending champion in the 3,000m steeplechase.
Gophers Honored at Golden Goldys
5/4/2018 - W. Cross Country
The Gopher women's track & field and cross country program received several awards at the annual Golden Goldys this week.
'U' Programs Earn USTFCCCA Academic Honors
2/9/2018 - W. Cross Country
Both programs were among the best in the Big Ten with the women pacing the conference and the men ranking second.