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Forty-three Big Ten men's outdoor track and field athletes have been named All-Americans by the USTFCCCA based on their finish at the 2011 NCAA Championships. The conference boasts 16 first-team honorees and 27 second-team athletes. The entire list of Big Ten All-Americans can be found below.
ALL-AMERICA FIRST TEAM
Stanley Azie, ILL - 100m dash, 4x100m relay
Andrew Riley, ILL - 110m hurdles, 4x100m relay
Azeez Shogbuyi, ILL - 4x100m relay
Cody Wisslead, ILL - 400m hurdles
Josh Zinzer, ILL - 4x100m relay
Kind Butler, IND - 4x100m relay
Devin Pipkin, IND - 4x100m relay
Andrew Poore, IND - 3000m steeplechase
Tyler Sult, IND - 4x100m relay
De'Sean Turner, IND - 3000m steeplechase
Chris Vaughn, IND - 4x100m relay
Troy Doris, IOWA - triple jump
Lonnie Pugh, MSU - discus
Joe Kovacs, PSU - shot put
Casimir Loxsom, PSU - 800m run
Geoff Davis, PUR - high jump
ALL-AMERICA SECOND TEAM
Stanley Azie, ILL - 200m dash
Ben Hubers, IND - 5000m run
Andy Weatherford, IND - 3000m steeplechase
Chris Barton, IOWA - 4x400m relay
Jeffery Herron, IOWA - high jump
Ethan Holmes, IOWA - 400m hurdles
Patrick Richards, IOWA - 4x400m relay
Erik Sowinski, IOWA - 800m run, 4x400m relay
Steven Willey, IOWA - 4x400m relay
Craig Forys, MICH - 3000m steeplechase
Zack Hill, MSU - shot put
Codi Mattix, MSU - pole vault
Harun Abda, MINN - 800m run, 4x400m relay
Kevin Bradley, MINN - 4x400m relay
Jacob Capek, MINN - 4x400m relay
Micah Hegerle, MINN - hammer throw
John Holton, MINN - 4x400m relay
Marcus Brooks, OSU - 4x400m relay
Mike Hartfield, OSU - long jump
Thomas Murdaugh, OSU - 400m dash, 4x400m relay
Aaron Roberts, OSU - 4x400m relay
Korbin Smith, OSU - 4x400m relay
Samuel Borchers, PSU - 800m run
Blake Eaton, PSU - shot put
Hanif Johnson, PSU - triple jump
Mohammed Ahmed, WIS - 5000m run
Reed Connor, WIS - 5000m run
Maverick Darling, WIS - 10000m run
Three student-athletes and three coaches represent the Big Ten among the USTFCCCA Men's Outdoor Track and Field Regional Award winners, as announced on Monday. The complete list of award winners from the Big Ten can be found below.
TRACK ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
De'Sean Turner, Indiana - Great Lakes Region
Casimir Loxsom, Penn State - Mid-Atlantic Region
FIELD ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
Michael Hartfield, Ohio State - Great Lakes Region
COACH OF THE YEAR
Larry Wieczorek, Iowa - Midwest Region
ASSISTANT COACH OF THE YEAR
Joey Woody, Iowa - Midwest Region
Ed Beathea, Ohio State - Great Lakes Region
Four Big Ten student-athletes have been named to the Capital One Academic All-District Men's Track & Field/Cross Country teams, announced on Thursday. Indiana's Andy Bayer (District 5), Michigan State's Anthony Agrusa (District 4), Penn State's Ryan Foster (District 2) and Wisconsin's Elliot Krause (District 5) have each earned first-team Academic All-District honors. After receiving first-team recognition, all four Big Ten honorees are eligible for Academic All-America consideration.
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The Big Ten will send 181 student-athletes to the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Preliminary Round, set for May 26-28. Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State and Purdue will each send competitors to the East Preliminary in Bloomington, Ind., while Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin will represent the Big Ten at the West Preliminary in Eugene, Ore.
The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released week seven national computer rankings for NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field on Tuesday. After winning the 2011 Big Ten Outdoor Track and Field Championships, the Iowa Hawkeyes appeared at No. 21 in this week's rankings. Iowa jumped 15 spots to make its first appearance in the poll this season. With a few weeks remaining before the NCAA Championships, Penn State takes the No. 24 spot.
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The conference office announced on Wednesday the weekly men's outdoor track and field awards. Indiana's Kind Butler was recognized as Big Ten Track Athlete of the Week, while Penn State's Sean Reilly and Wisconsin's Dan Block received Co-Field Athlete of the Week accolades.
2011 Men's Outdoor Track and Field Athletes of the Week
March 23 T: No selection; F: Micah Hegerle, So., MINN
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The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released week six national computer rankings for NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field on Tuesday. With a few days remaining before the Big Ten Championships, Penn State remained at No. 19 in this week's national poll.
Texas A&M remains the top school in the nation, followed by Florida and LSU.
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Billy Hayes Invitational, All Day 
IOWA at Messersmith Invitational, All Day 
Len Paddock Invitational Day One, All Day 
OHIO STATE at Campbell/Wright Invitational, 3:30 p.m. ET 
OHIO STATE at Oregon Twilight, 9 p.m. ET
Len Paddock Invitational Day Two, All Day 
Jim Thorpe Invitational, All Day 
OHIO STATE at Campbell/Wright Invitational, 11 a.m. ET 
WISCONSIN Twilight Invitational, All Day
 -- Bloomington, Ind.
 -- Cedar Falls, Iowa
 -- Ann Arbor, Mich.
 -- Akron, Ohio
 -- State College, Pa.
The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released week five national computer rankings for NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field on Tuesday. With two weeks left until the Big Ten Outdoor Track and Field Championships, Penn State remains among the nations best, currently sitting at No. 19 this week.
Texas A&M holds the No. 1 spot for the second week in a row, followed by LSU, Florida, Florida State and Texas Tech as the top five teams in the country.
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Drake Relays Day One, All Day 
Penn Relays Day One, All Day 
Drake Relays Day Two, All Day 
Penn Relays Day Two, All Day 
Drake Relays Day Three, All Day 
Penn Relays Day Three, All Day 
PURDUE at Stan Lyons Invitational, All Day 
WISCONSIN at UW-Whitewater Alternative, All Day 
 -- Des Moines, Iowa
 -- Philadelphia, Pa.
 -- Indianapolis, Ind.
 -- Whitewater, Wis.
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