The Nebraska track and field and cross country programs announced the addition of 32 student-athletes to its 2019 signing class on Wednesday.
Nebraska's track and field program garnered a total of 27 Big Ten Distinguished Scholar awards when the conference office announced its highest scholastic honor roll on Tuesday.
Former Nebraska track and field student-athlete Nick Percy placed third in the discus at the 2018 Muller British Athletics Championships with a throw of 187-10 (57.26m) on Saturday at Alexander Stadium.
Former Nebraska track and field student-athlete Antoine Lloyd finished sixth in the 110-meter hurdles on Sunday night at the USATF Outdoor Championships at Drake Stadium.
Former Nebraska track and field student-athlete Kaiwan Culmer earned the triple jump silver medal at the 2018 Bahamas Senior National Championships on Friday night at the Bahamas National Stadium in Nassau.
Four athletes with Husker ties will compete at the 2018 USATF Outdoor Championships this weekend at Drake Stadium.
Nebraska track and field student-athlete Angela Mercurio was named a CoSIDA second-team Academic All-American on Thursday, as the 2017-18 Google Cloud Academic All-America teams were announced for men's and women's Division I track and field/cross country.
Nebraska track and field student-athletes Ryan Martins and Grady Leonard both placed in the top five in their respective events at the USATF Junior Championships at the Robert C. Haugh Track and Field Complex over the weekend.
Two members of the Nebraska track and field team will compete at the USATF Junior Outdoor Championships at the Haugh Complex in Bloomington, Indiana this weekend.
On a rainy third day at the NCAA Championships, Nebraska athletes earned three first-team All-America honors, as Antoine Lloyd (110-meter hurdles), Luke Siedhoff (110-meter hurdles) and Nick Percy (discus) each earned the honor Friday at Hayward Field.
A pair of Huskers earned USTFCCCA Honorable Mention on Day 2 of the NCAA Championships, as Brittni Wolczyk (javelin) and Raynesha Lewis (long jump) earned the honor on Thursday at Hayward Field.
The starting defensive lineman says he wants to become an All-American in football, too, but his first opportunity comes in the discus at the NCAA Championships.