Nebraska Leads after Day Two of Big Ten Championships
May 11, 2013
Nebraska claimed the lead on Day Two of the Big Ten Championships at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. The Huskers have 46.50 points, followed by Wisconsin with 44.50 and Minnesota with 35. Indiana sits in fourth place with 33 points and Ohio State has 23.
Indiana's Derek Drouin won the high jump with a leap of 2.24 meters. In the long jump, Mike Hartfield took top honors with a leap of 7.69 meters. Michigan State's Antonio James won the discus with a throw of 58.25 and Nebraska's Alex Brill took home the steeplechase crown (8:51.51). Wisconsin's Zach Ziemek placed first in the decathlon with a score of 7,640.
The final day of the Big Ten Outdoor Track & Field Championships begins Sunday at 11 a.m. ET.