The University of North Dakota track and field team wrapped up indoor regular season action on Friday at the Beaver Twilight, earning two event wins in the field. The meet, hosted by Bemidji State, served as a tune-up for next weekend's Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship.
The University of North Dakota men's and women's track and field teams have altered their schedule for the upcoming weekend.
Freshman Natasha Brown led the way for the University of North Dakota women's track and field team on Saturday on day two at the SDSU Indoor Classic with a third-place finish.
Yet another record-breaking performance from freshman Molli Detloff in the weight throw headlined a strong outing for the University of North Dakota women's track and field team on day one of competition at the South Dakota State University Classic.
The past month has been an exciting one for the University of North Dakota track and field team's pole vaulters, featuring a trip to the National Pole Vault Summit and a spot on the cover of VAULTER Magazine.
Freshman Natasha Brown has quickly made a name for herself on the track in just a few meets so far, and continued to impress at this weekend's Thundering Herd Classic with another record-breaking performance.
Some of the oldest track records still belong to Margie Hutson Evers. Now her two children are making their mark on the University of North Dakota. Emily plays for the women's basketball team, while Jimmy is a standout hurdler.
Senior Shawny Kramer threw for a school-record mark for the second time this year as the University of North Dakota women's track and field team competed at the Jack Johnson Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
A strong performance from the distance runners in the 3,000-meters and four different third-place finishes highlighted the afternoon for the University of North Dakota's women's track and field team at South Dakota State's Jim Emmerich/Alumni Invitational on Saturday.
UND Sports Extra was on location this week, getting a construction update on the UND athletics High Performance Center from athletics director Brian Faison.
Three second-place finishes from three different runners highlighted the University of North Dakota's women's track and field team's performance at the Bison Classic on Saturday, hosted by North Dakota State.