The conference office announced on Monday the sixth weekly men's indoor track and field awards for meets through February 8-14. Wisconsin's Craig Miller picked up the weekly award on the track while Indiana's Jeff Coover received Field Athlete of the Week accolades. Miller jumped to the top of the Big Ten standings and vaulted to the No. 2 position nationally with an NCAA automatic qualifying run of 7:49.94 in the invitational 3,000 meters at the Husky Classic last week. The time was good enough for runner-up honors and is the best mark by any Badger in program history. Coover captured the Tyson pole vault title for the second-consecutive year with an NCAA auto standard mark of 5.50m (18-0.5). The Hoosier senior was the only jumper to clear the height in a field that saw six clear NCAA qualifying heights. For more information on this week's honorees, look here.