Huskers Capture Nine Titles at Nebraska Tune-Up
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.