Lincoln, Neb.- The Huskers took to the track on Friday as they hosted the Nebraska Tune-Up in NU's final regular season home meet of the indoor season. Preparing for next weekend's Big Ten Indoor Championships in Geneva, Ohio, Nebraska captured nine titles on the day.
Tristen Sharp won the women's weight throw, posting a personal-best throw of 56-6 (17.22). Cole Ingram finished second in the men's weight throw, recording a mark of 57-6 ¼ (17.53).
Taylor Shapland took home the men's shot put title with a throw of 54-6 ¾ (16.63), as Carlie Pinkelman won the women's title with a personal-best throw of 50-7 ¼ (15.42). Sharp was second with a personal-best throw of 47-10 ½ (14.59), and Morgan Wilken finished fourth with a throw of 46-7 ¼ (14.20).
Tess Merrill won the women's pole vault with a vault of 12-8 ¾ (3.88), as Maggie Maher took second with a vault of 12-4 ¾ (3.78) and Paula Andrie was fifth with a season-best vault of 12-0 ¾ (3.68). Craig Driver finished third in the men's pole vault, posting a mark of 16-9 ½ (5.12). Erik Sutterfield came in fourth with a season-best vault of 16-5 ½ (5.02), while Christian Sanderfer was fifth with a vault of 15-11 ¾ (4.87).
Kari Heck took second in the women's long jump, posting a leap of 18-9 ¾ (5.73), while Anne Martin was second with a jump of 18-6 ½ (5.65). Anna Weigandt finished fifth with a jump of 18-2 ¼ (5.54) and Kara Mostoller was sixth with a jump of 18-1 ¾ (5.53). Teddy Lampkin took the men's long jump title with a leap of 23-9 (7.24). Nikita Pankins finished second with a jump of 23-6 (7.16), while Seth Wiedel was fourth with a season-best jump of 23-3 ½ (7.10).
The Husker women finished second, third and fourth in the triple jump as Mara Griva led the way with a jump of 41-5 ¾ (12.64). Anna Weigandt followed her with a jump of 40-9 ¾ (12.44) and Ellie Ewere was fourth with a personal-best jump of 40-2 ¼ (12.25). Devandrew Johnson won the triple jump for the men with a personal-best leap of 48-3 ¼ (14.71). Travis Englund finished second with a personal-best jump of 47-9 (14.55), while Rashad Moxey was third with a jump of 46-8 ¼ (14.05).
James White finished as the top collegian in the men's high jump, posting a mark of 7-4 ¼ (2.24). Carlos Hernandez finished third with a jump of 6-8 ¾ (2.05), while Travis Englund and Mitchell Westberry were fourth and fifth, respectively, both with jumps of 6-8 ¾ (2.05), tying their season best. Former Husker Dusty Jonas won the event with a jump of 7-5 ¼ (2.27).
Marusa Cernjul finished second in the women's high jump as she recorded a mark of 5-9 ¾ (1.77). Jillanna Scanlan took third with a leap of 5-8 ½ (1.74).
Mara Weekes won the women's 60 meters with a season-best time of 7.48 that moves her up to eighth in the conference. Breunna McCarty finished fourth with a time of 7.72. Thompson finished third for the men with a time of 6.91, while John Welk was fourth with a time of 6.94.
Weekes finished second in the 200 meters, posting a time of 24.21. Mila Andric was seventh with a time of 24.66 and Kari Heck was eighth with a personal-best time of 24.81.
Lexie Oak finished fifth in the women's 400 meters, posting a personal-best time of 56.59, while Ellie Gooters was sixth with a personal-best time of 56.68. Jodi-Rae Blackwood finished third in the men's 400 meters, notching a time season-best of 48.48, while Jake Bender was fourth with a time of 48.87.
The Huskers finished in the top four spots in the women's 600 meters, with Shawnice Williams taking the event crown on a personal-best time of 1:31.71 that ranks eighth in the Big Ten. Jelena Andjelkovic was second with a personal-best time of 1:32.39 to rank 10th in the Big Ten, while Morgan Woitzel was third with a personal-best time of 1:33.44 and Anna Minnick posted a personal-best time of 1:35.55 for fourth.
Sidney Madlock won the men's 800 meters, posting a personal-best time of 1:52.96, while Alney Tobias was second with a time of 1:53.10 and Connor Gibson finished third with a personal-best time of 1:53.65. Nolan Border came in fifth with a personal-best time of 1:55.06.
Katie White took second in the women's mile, posting a personal-best time of 4:57.92, while Sarah Plambeck was third with a personal-best time of 4:59.88.
Mila Andric finished second in the women's 60 meter hurdles, posting a season-best-tying time of 8.60, while Jordan Stiens was fifth with a time of 8.67. On the men's side, Tibor Koroknai finished second with a personal-best time of 8.05, while Sean Pille was fifth with a time of 8.14.
The Huskers will travel to Geneva, Ohio next weekend for the 2013 Big Ten Indoor Championships on Friday, Feb. 22 and Saturday, Feb. 23.