Huskers Head to Big Ten Indoor Championships

Huskers Head to Big Ten Indoor Championships

The Nebraska track and field team is set compete at the Big Ten Indoor Championships this weekend at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. The two-day meet begins on Friday at 9:40 a.m. (CT), followed by a 10 a.m. start on Saturday. Both days of the meet will be streamed on B1G+.  

Big Ten Indoor Championships Meet Information

Dates: Feb. 24-25

Location: Geneva, Ohio (SPIRE Institute) 

Start Times: Friday – Field Events: 9:40 a.m. / Running Events: 11:40 a.m.

                      Saturday – Field Events: 10 a.m. / Running Events: 12:20 p.m.

Meet Schedule

Live Results

Live Video:

Friday Field Events | Friday Track Events | Saturday Field Events | Saturday Track Events

Big Ten Leaders

Athletes who finish in the top eight of an event at the Big Ten Indoor Championships will score team points. Scoring goes as follows: 1st place – 10, 2nd place – 8, 3rd place – 6, 4th place – 5, 5th place – 4, 6th place – 3, 7th place – 2, 8th place – 1. 

The Huskers currently have 17 individuals ranked in the top five of an event heading into the conference meet. 



NCAA Leaders
Athletes who rank in the top 16 nationally at the end of the regular season will qualify for the NCAA Indoor Championships, which will be held March 10-11 in Albuquerque, N.M. The following Huskers currently rank in the top 16 in their respective events: 


All-Time Top-10 Performances
The following Huskers have either improved their marks or cracked the all-time top-10 indoor charts at Nebraska this season: 

Till Steinforth, Men’s Heptathlon – 6,082, No. 1

Axelina Johansson, Women’s Shot Put – 63-4 (19.30m), No. 1

Taylor Latimer, Women’s Weight Throw – 72-11 3/4 (22.24m), No. 1

Maxwell Otterdahl, Men’s Weight Throw – 73-2 1/2 (22.31m), No. 2

Darius Luff, Men’s 60m Hurdles – 7.66A, No. 3

Jonah Wilson, Men’s Shot Put – 67-0 (20.42m), No. 3

Jenna Rogers, Women’s High Jump – 6-1 1/2 (1.87m), No. 3

Lishanna Ilves, Women’s Long Jump – 21-3 1/4 (6.48m), No. 4

Garrett Kaalund, Men’s 200m – 20.96A, No. 4

Maxwell Otterdahl, Men’s Shot Put – 65-10 1/4 (20.07m), No. 4

Niko Schultz, Men’s 800m – 1:48.80, No. 5

Brithton Senior, Men’s 60m Hurdles – 7.69, No. 5

Taylor Latimer, Women’s Shot Put – 55-10 1/2 (17.03m), No. 5

Niko Schultz, Men’s 600m – 1:17.83, No. 6

Axelina Johansson, Women’s Weight Throw – 64-10 1/2…

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