ILLINOIS at Husker Invitational - Lincoln, Neb.
INDIANA at SIU Invitational - Carbondale, Ill.
INDIANA at Meyo Invitational - South Bend, Ind.
IOWA at Meyo Invitational - South Bend, Ind.
MICHIGAN at Meyo Invitational - South Bend, Ind.
No. 22 MICHIGAN STATE at Meyo Invitational - South Bend, Ind.
MINNESOTA at Meyo Invitational - South Bend, Ind.
NEBRASKA at Husker Invitational - Lincoln, Neb.
OHIO STATE at Armory Collegiate Invitational - New York, N.Y.
PURDUE at Meyo Invitational - South Bend, Ind.
WISCONSIN at Husker Invitational - Lincoln, Neb.
WISCONSIN at Meyo Invitational - South Bend, Ind.
PENN STATE at Sykes & Sabock Challenge Cup - University Park, Pa.
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ILLINOIS at IU Relays - Bloomington, Ind.
INDIANA at IU Relays - Bloomington, Ind.
IOWA at Bill Bergen Invite - Ames, Iowa
No. 23 NEBRASKA at Razorback Invitational - Fayetteville, Ark.
OHIO STATE at McCravy Memorial Invitational - Lexington, Ky.
PENN STATE at Penn State National - University Park, Pa.
PURDUE at IU Relays - Bloomington, Ind.
IOWA at Illinois Invite - Urbana, Ill.
No. 21 MICHIGAN vs. No. 24 MICHIGAN STATE - Allendale, Mich.
MINNESOTA at Bill Bergen Invite - Ames, Iowa
MINNESOTA at Warren Bolus Open - Menomonie, Wis.
No. 18 WISCONSIN at Bill Bergen Invite - Ames, Iowa
No. 21 NEBRASKA at NWU Invitational - Lincoln, Neb.
No. 22 ILLINOIS at Illini Classic - Urbana, Ill.
INDIANA at Gladstein Invitational - Bloomington, Ind.
MINNESOTA at Jack Johnson Invitational - Minneapolis, Minn.
OHIO STATE at Gladstein Invitational - Bloomington, Ind.
No. 16 WISCONSIN at Wisconsin Elite Invitational - Madison, Wis.
IOWA at adidas Classic - Lincoln, Neb.
No. 19 MICHIGAN at Simmons-Harvey Invitational - Ann Arbor, Mich.
No. 19 MICHIGAN at Notre Dame Invitational - South Bend, Ind.
No. 21 NEBRASKA at adidas Classic - Lincoln, Neb.
PURDUE at Gene Edmonds Cup - West Lafayette, Ind.
OHIO STATE at Buckeye Challenge - Columbus, Ohio
MICHIGAN STATE at Bob Eubanks Open - Allendale, Mich
NEBRASKA at Holiday Inn Invitational - Lincoln, Neb.
ILLINOIS at Illini Open - Urbana, Ill.
IOWA at Iowa Open - Iowa City, Iowa
PURDUE/INDIANA Dual - Bloomington, Ind.
MINNESOTA at Northwest Open - Minneapolis, Minn.
PENN STATE at Nittany Lion Challenge - University Park, Pa.
WISCONSIN at Badger Track Classic - Madison, Wis.
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Ten Big Ten student-athletes have been named to the Capital One Academic All-America Track & Field/Cross Country Team, as announced on Thursday. To be eligible for All-America recognition, student-athletes must be a varsity starter or key reserve, maintain a 3.30 GPA, and have reached sophomore academic and athletic standings at his or her institution. The complete list of Big Ten recipients is below:
Andy Bayer, Indiana
Chelsea Blanchard, Indiana
Erik Sowinski, Iowa
Rebecca Addison, Michigan
Rebecca Buchholtz, Michigan State
Quentin Mege, Minnesota
Bjorn Barrefors, Nebraska*
Brett Grieb, Nebraska
Nate Polacek, Nebraska*
Elliot Krause, Wisconsin
First team honorees advance to the Capital One Academic All-America Team Ballot, which will be selected in June.
The list of Big Ten honorees is below.
Andy Bayer, Indiana*
Chelsea Blanchard, Indiana*
Breanne Ehrman, Indiana*
Samantha Ginther, Indiana
McKenzie Melander, Iowa*
Erik Sowinski, Iowa*
Rebecca Addison, Michigan*
Jillian Smith, Michigan
Kiley Tobel, Michigan
Rebecca Buchholtz, Michigan State*
Quentin Mege, Minnesota*
Bjorn Barrefors, Nebraska*
Brett Grieb, Nebraska*
Cami Jiskra, Nebraska
Ashley Miller, Nebraska
Nate Polacek, Nebraska*
Elliot Krause, Wisconsin*
*First Team Honoree
Thirty-eight Big Ten student-athletes from eight women's indoor track & field teams represented the conference at the 2012 NCAA Championships. The complete list can be found by clicking here.
In the Rankings: Ohio State and Wisconsin appeared in the final USTFCCCA National Rankings, released on Monday, March 5. The Buckeyes clocked in at No. 22, while the Badgers finished at No. 24.
All-Americans: Twenty-Six Big Ten student-athletes earned USTFCCCA All-America honors following their performance at the 2012 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships. Click here to see the honorees.
Regional Award Winners: Michigan State, Nebraska and Ohio State earned USTFCCCA Regional recognition, as announced on Monday, March 5. Ohio State's Christina Manning (Great Lakes) was named Track Athlete of the Year, Nebraska head coach Gary Pepin (Midwest) took home Coach of the Year honors and Michigan State assistant Christopher Bostwick earned Assistant Coach of the Year laurels. For the complete release, click here.
Nebraska Claims Big Ten Title: Nebraska produced three individual titles en route to the 2012 Big Ten Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships title on Saturday at the Bob Devaney Sports Center Indoor Track. The Huskers finished the two-day event with 114.50 points, followed by Ohio State with 106 points. Penn State came in third with 99 points, followed by fourth-place Illinois (79 points) and fifth-place Michigan State (77.50). For the recap, click here.
Big Ten Awards: The Big Ten Conference office announced on Tuesday, Feb. 28, the 2012 All-Big Ten women's indoor track and field teams and individual award winners. Highlighting the list, Ohio State junior Christina Manning was named Big Ten Track Athlete of the Year and Purdue senior Leah Eber earned the nod as Field Athlete of the Year. In addition, Manning was tabbed Big Ten Track Athlete of the Championships, while Purdue's Dani Bunch took home Field Athlete of the Championships laurels. Illinois' Ashley Spencer was tabbed Freshman of the Year by the conference coaches, while Husker head coach Gary Pepin was named Coach of the Year by his peers. For the complete release, click here.