Raynesha Lewis was the 60-meter hurdles champion.
Photo by Stephanie Carpenter/Nebraska Communications

Huskers Compete at Prairie Wolf Invitational

By NU Athletic Communications

LINCOLN - Nebraska track and field athletes picked up four event titles at the Prairie Wolf Invitational on Friday at the Bob Devaney Sports Center Indoor Track. 

In field events, Mike McCann was the high jump champion while participating unattached. McCann cleared 6-9 (2.06m) in his first action of the season. Senior Candice Dominguez Fields, also competing unattached in the high jump, won the title with a mark of 5-6 (1.68m). 

Raynesha Lewis won the 60-meter hurdles in 8.82, while Chanel Freeman followed close behind at 8.85. The men's unattached 4x400-meter relay of Bryce Barrett, Zach Podraza, Vincent Ohlman and Cody Mrozcek won the event with a time of 3:20.79. Ohlman, competing unattached, was also second in the 60-meter hurdles at 8.30. 

The Huskers host the Mark Colligan Memorial on Saturday at 11:30 a.m. It is Pepsi Pack the House Day, and admission to the meet is $1 and Pepsi products can be purchased for $1. The scored meet will include Nebraska, Houston, Illinois and Kansas. 


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