Men's Track and Field Weekly Plaudits Go to Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State

Feb. 1, 2017

Co-Track Athletes of the Week

Ned Willig, Michigan

Sr. – Phoenixville, Pa. – Great Valley

  • Recorded a second-place finish in the mile race at the Boston University John Thomas Terrier Classic
  • Time of 3:58.09 is currently the second-fastest time in the country
  • Secures the first indoor track and field weekly award of his career
  • Last Michigan Indoor Track Athlete of the Week: Nate Chapman (Dec. 9, 2015)

Isaiah Harris, Penn State

So. – Lewiston, Maine – Lewiston

  • Earned a second-place finish in the 600-meter at the Penn State National Open
  • Posted a time of 1:14.96, which is currently the fastest time in the nation and a collegiate record
  • Claims the third indoor track and field weekly award of his career and second in as many weeks
  • Last Penn State Indoor Track Athlete of the Week: Isaiah Harris (Jan. 25, 2017)

Field Athlete of the Week

Nick Demaline, Ohio State

Jr. – Swanton, Ohio – Liberty Center

  • Finished first in the shot put at the Findlay Classic
  • His mark of 19.04 meters ranks eighth nationally and was a personal best
  • Collects his first-career Indoor Field Athlete of the Week honor
  • Last Ohio State Indoor Field Athlete of the Week: Max Mays (Jan. 16, 2012)

2016-17 Men’s Indoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week

Dec. 14

T: Bryce Millar, Fr., IND

F: Luca Wieland, Sr., MINN

Jan. 11

T: Dominik Seitzer, Sr., OSU

T: Kinard Rolle, Jr., PUR

F: Anaquan Peterson, Sr., PUR

Jan. 18

T: Daniel Kuhn, Jr., IND

F: O’Shea Wilson, So., IOWA

Jan. 25


 

 

T: Isaiah Harris, So., PSU

F: Joe Ellis, So., MICH

Feb. 1

T: Ned Willig, Sr., MICH

T: Isaiah Harris, So., PSU

F: Nick Demaline, Jr., OSU