LOUISVILLE, Ky. – University of Louisville track and field’s Margret Harris and Michelle Theophille swept the women’s side of the BIG EAST track and field’s weekly awards, the conference office announced Tuesday morning.
Indiana track and field opened its season at the Hoosier Open, and four Hoosiers have garnered Big Ten Athlete of the Week honors for their efforts. Kelsey Duerksen and Zach Mayhew are the Big Ten Track Athletes of the Week, and Derek Drouin and Courtney Woodard are the Big Ten Field Athletes of the Week. Drouin is a Big Ten Athlete of the Week for the sixth time in his career, while Duerksen wins her second honor and Mayhew and Woodard both claim their first. (via www.iuhoosiers.com)
Indiana track and field opened its season with the Hoosier Open. Zach Mayhew highlighted the meet for IU, taking second in the elite men's 5,000, and Kelsey Duerksen won the women's 5,000, taking the top spot on the national list. (via www.iuhoosiers.com)
Kelsey Duerksen tabbed Track Athlete of the Week, Courtney Woodard earns Field Athlete of the Week honors. (via www.bigten.org)
Joel Whittington was just one of several Wabash track and field athletes that competed against Division I athletes from Indiana, Kentucky, Ball State and Butler Friday night at the Hoosier Open. Whittington set a new Wabash record in 300-meter dash at the event. (via Wabash College)
Ball State senior MaryKate Mellen led the indoor track & field team with a pair of top three finishes on the opening day of the Hoosier Open. (via ballstatesports.com)
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