Courtesy of MAC Sports Information Department
AKRON, Ohio – The University of Akron men's track and field team won 10 of 14 events and freshman Shawn Barber set the facility pole vault record as the Zips split their dual meet with local rival Kent State Friday night at Stile Athletics Field House.
After setting the school's indoor record a week ago, Barber won the pole vault competition with a jump of 18-02.75, which broke John Russell's six-year facility record of 18-01.00. Barber, who is just the second athlete in school history to clear the 18-foot barrier, then made three attempts at the World Junior record of 18-08.50 but didn't clear it.
Barber's record-setting jump was one of a number of strong individual performances that fueled the men to an 80-71 victory over the Golden Flashes Friday. Conversely, the Zips women suffered an 89-62 defeat to KSU despite a huge winning mark by Alexis Cooks in the weight throw and personal-best by Alexandra Wood in the pole vault.
Joe Wesley made it a clean sweep for the Zips in the men's pole vault with a personal-record jump of 17-03.00, which was two inches better than his previous career high. It was also one of two 1-2 finishes on the night for the men's team as Daryl Baptiste (23-10.00) and Nate Chronister (22-11.00) picked up eight points for Akron in the long jump.
Earlier in the evening, Bryce Cheek, who spent the last two seasons on the Zips football team, made an impressive track debut with a winning time of 6.92 in the 60 meters and Martel Durant established a new personal high with a winning mark of 6-11.50 in the high jump. Not to be outdone, Gabriel Genovesi just missed UA's all-time top five list in the 800 meters with a top time of 1:50. 87.
Other winners on the men's side included Nick Banke (57-03.75) in the shot put, Tyshaun Peoples (8.11) in the 60-meter hurdles, Kyle Cochrun (8:30.81) in the 3,000 meters and John Dahlstrand (47-09.00) in the triple jump. The Zips 4x400 relay team of Julius Ruby Jr., Nick Owens, J'Lani Pryce and Genovesi won a close race, clocking a time of 3:16.06 – or 51 hundredths of a second faster than KSU's foursome.
Cooks and Wood stole the spotlight on the women's side, each leading the charge on a 1-2 Akron sweep in their respective events.
Cooks, who is proving to be a quick study in the weight throw, launched a toss of 67-09.00 to beat out teammate Brittany Funk (66-09.25) and smash her previous high of 60-06.75 established last weekend. The talented sophomore was also the Zips' top finisher – placing third – in the shot put with a throw of 48-02.00
Wood cleared 13-00.25 in the pole vault to smash her previous career-best mark of 12-05.50, originally set in 2010, and finish ahead of teammate Claire Lucas, who jumped the same height in two more attempts.
It was also a strong evening for the women's distance runners who finished 1-2 in the 3,000-meters and won the 800-meters.
Jillian Roth cruised to an easy win in the 3K while shaving more than 10 seconds off her previous best with a time of 10:21.70 and teammate Lea Suess crossed the line next at the 10:26.31 mark. Rounding out the list of women's winners for UA was Morgan Willis, who came in first in the mile with a personal-best time of 5:03.52.
The Zips men's and women's teams will next head to the Penn State National next weekend. The two-day competition will get underway Friday in University Park, Pa.
- - The Ball State indoor track & field team's student-athletes added five more career-best efforts on the final day of the Gladstein Invitational hosted by Indiana, to finish the two-day event with 15 career marks.
Leading the way on the final day of competition was senior MaryKate Mellen, who clocked in with a career-fast time of 2:16.56 to place fourth overall in the 800m run. Freshman Danielle Dahl added a career-best of her own in the race, placing 13th with a time of 2:20.37.
Freshman Christa Hammond opened the second day of competition with a career-best sprint of 26.68 to place 18th overall in the 200m dash.
In the weight throw, redshirt freshman Marie Lumpkin and true freshman Michaela Hull added career-best tosses of 14.90m (20th) and 11.87m (32nd), respectively.
The Ball State indoor track and field team returns to action Saturday, Jan. 26, when it competes in the Indiana Wesleyan Invitational in Marion, Ind.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
– Brooke Pleger set another personal best in the weight throw as the Bowling Green track and field team competed at the Harvey-Simmons Invitational, hosted by the University of Michigan, Saturday. There were no team scores at the meet but consisted of competitors from Michigan, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Detroit and Bowling Green.
Pleger won her third consecutive meet to stay unbeaten in the weight throw, besting her top previous toss of 61-feet-7 just a week ago. Her heave of 61-10.25 was more than three inches better and more than four feet further than any other competitor. Having already qualified for the Mid-American Conference Championship, Pleger’s throw was the fourth best in the conference this year.
Kayla Velasquez followed Pleger with a fourth-place finish in the weight throw, posting a mark of 51-11.25. Nicolette Johnson was sixth with a throw of 50-5.5. In the 400, Allison Weimer placed third with a time of 58.52 and Taylor Rambo was fifth in 59.46. Dana Gates was fifth in the long jump at 17-1.25 and the 1600 relay team of Natalie Sommerville, Rambo, Felicia Jefferson and Demetra Taylor was third at 3:59.01.
“It was great to see Brooke continue to win and improve,” BGSU Track and Field Coach Lou Snelling said. “She is close to breaking through to the next tier of performance. As a team, we saw some good efforts and gained much needed experience today. But, as a whole, we have a lot of work ahead to get this program where it needs to go.”
Bowling Green will be back in action Friday as the team hosts its second meet of the year, the Tom Wright Classic. All events will take place in Perry Field House beginning with field events at 5 pm and running events at 6 pm.
– The University at Buffalo's men's and women's indoor track and field teams both turned in second-place finishes behind host Cornell at Saturday's Upstate Challenge at Barton Hall. The UB men totaled 116 points to Cornell's 211.50 while the UB women earned 103 points to Cornell's 216 in the seven-team meets.
The UB men won three events and set two new school records while the UB women also won three events.
Headlining the men's efforts was sprinter Miles Lewis. Lewis broke the UB men's record in winning the 60-meters in 6.76 seconds, eclipsing Ezekiel Porter's 2007 record by .01 seconds. Lewis also won the 200-meter in 21.56, .07 seconds off Porter's 2007 mark. Darien Johnson finished third in the 200-meters in 22.78 and fifth in the 60-meters in 6.92 for the Bulls.
Also claiming a first-place finish for the UB men was sophomore Austin Price in the triple jump. Price turned in a best leap of 50-0.75, nearly three feet better than his opening week performance at the Eastern Michigan Triangular. Doug Hannon finished third in the event at 46-9.50 (14.26m), also a season best.
Chris Reape broke Peter Bligh's 2011 record in the high jump. Bligh cleared 6-11.50 (2.12m) to finish second in the competition while adding three-quarters of an inch to Bligh's old mark.
Other second-place finishes for the men's squad included Will Cole in the 500-meters (1:05.43) and Craig Howard in the men's heptathlon (4,954 points). Howard won the pole vault portion of the competition with a leap of 15-1 (4.60m).
Jonathan Jones led three Bulls in the men's shot put as he finished second at 54-6 (16.61m). Evan Palmer was third at 53-5 (16.28m) and Sean Harvey was fourth at 51-5 (15.67m), season-best performances for both throwers. Jones also finished fourth in the men's weight throw in a season-best 55-5 (16.89m).
Shante' White led the Bulls to the top three spots in the women's weight throw with a season-best mark of 60-6 (18.44m). Erin Miller was second at 54-4 (15.56m) and Kristy Woods was third at 53-1.50 (16.19m). Miller also placed second in the women's shot put at 46-4 (14.12m) with Woods third at 44-9.50 (13.65m).
Malayah White won the women's 60-meters in 7.68 seconds and also placed third in the 200-meters in 25.24. Donna Jeanty won the women's 500-meters in 1:14.49.
Brooklynn Ventura placed second in the women's 60-meter hurdles in 8.72 with Asher Beasley fourth in a season-best 8.98.
The women's relay teams also finished second. Crystal Graham, Beasley, Uwa Omorogbe and Camaria Long combined in the 4x400-meter relay in 3:57.47 while Jeanty, Gina Carnovale, Kyla Kenyon and Regine Lazard placed second in the 4x800-meter relay in 9:44.89.
Kelly Truppo and Jenna Van Dusen tied for third in the women's pole vault at 12-1.50 (3.70m). It was a season-best performance for Van Dusen.
The Bulls travel to the SPIRE Midwest Open in Geneva, OH next weekend.
ANN ARBOR - Sophomores Kyle Stacks and Ethan Lievense both qualified for the Mid-American Conference Indoor Championships this weekend at the Simmons-Harvey Invitational held at the University of Michigan. Stacks cruised to a win in the mile run with a personal-best 4:11.16, and Lievense won the 3,000m run with a time of 8:28.29, also a personal best.
"The team is starting to get their main events in and Kyle actually made that first really solid statement today with a really good mile time," said Director of Track and Field Willie Randolph. "Then we had some other good things that happened, by Ethan and seeing Nathan Sanchez run very strong today."
Also qualifying for the Chippewas, junior Cory Noeker finished second in the men's 60m hurdles with a time of 8.28. Senior Renaldo Powell, who competed unattached, bested Noeker. Powell won with a time of 7.95, a personal record.
Sanchez won the men's 800m run with a time of 1:57.91.
In the field events, freshman Matt Mueller finished third with a high jump mark of 6-04.75. Also with a third-place finish, sophomore Nathan Hop finished with a mark of 15-01.50 in the pole vault. Joining them with a third-place finish, junior Michael Johnson got a mark of 43-07.75 in the men's triple jump.
On the women's side, sophomore Diamond Hamilton took third in the 200m dash (25.44); she also took fourth in the 60m dash with a time of 7.74. Teammate sophomore Bridget Doughty took second in the 400m (58.51).
Freshman Markala Goodson gave a personal-best performance in the long jump with a mark of 17-06.25, which gave her a fourth-place finish.
Seniors Maddie Ribant and Charnele Lyons put out solid performances finishing with times of 5:00.54 and 5:04.76, respectively.
"Maddie ran a really good mark in the mile as well as Charnele again. Charnele's just saying, 'You know what, I'm back and I'm taking no prisoners.' So its really good to see her coming back," Randolph said of his two senior distance runners.
Former Chippewas Erika Schroll and Kevin Mays both took first in their events. Schroll won the high jump with a mark of 5-10.75. Mays won the weight throw with a throw of 66-07.25.
"We have some good things going in the right direction, and that's what we wanted going into this second meet."
The Chippewas will be in action next weekend at the GVSU Quad and the Penn State Relays on Saturday, Jan. 26.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The Eastern Michigan University women's track and field team competed at the Simmons-Harvey Invitational hosted by the University of Michigan Saturday, Jan. 19. The Eagles saw a lot of top-three finishes, including a pair of victories at the U-M Indoor Track Building.
Latipha Cross was the first athlete from Eastern to win an event, taking the 400-meter dash in 58.28, while the other top-finisher was the 4x400-meter relay team of Danielle Clark, Morgan Yeadon, Aaliyah McKinney and Asia Rawls who completed the race in 3:49.81, nearly three seconds ahead of the second place team.
Yeadon took fifth in the 60-meter dash in 7.77 and fifth in the 200-meter dash in 25.56. Clark completed the 200-meter dash in 25.10, good for second place. Iesha Hardiman placed fourth in the 400-meter dash with a time of 58.90.
Marina Manjon Rivadulla saw a fourth place finish in the 800-meter run in 2:14.77 and that was EMU's only top-five finish in the mid-distance races. Cara Smock notched a fourth place finish with Amy Frauhammer taking fifth in the 3,000-meter run for Eastern. Smock crossed the finish line in 11:00.32, while Frauhammer completed the race in 11:03.81.Vanessa Clerveaux took second in the 60-meter hurdles with a finish of 8.40.
In the field events, Tatijana Jacobson leapt 5-feet and 8.75-inches in the high jump, good for second place, while Alysha Newman's 12-foot and 3.50-inch leap earned her second place, while Ellie Braidic had a leap of 12-feet and 3.50 inches also. Tiara Oates jumped 17-feet and 11.75-inches in the long jump, good for second, while Makeda DeBardelaben's jump of 17-feet and 9.75-inches took third. DeBardelaben also took second in the triple jump with a 35-foot and 1.25-inch bound.
The Eagles hit the track again Saturday, Jan. 26, when they travel to Allendale, Mich. To take part in the Grand Valley Quad.
AKRON, Ohio—It was quite an evening for the Kent State women's track and field team as they earned an 89-62 dual meet victory over rival Akron Friday at the Stile Athletics Field House.
Sophomore Roseanne Erickson (Alexandria, Minn.) cemented her name in the Kent State record book by recording a school record mark of 19'-11.00" to win the long jump. The mark topped the previous record, set by redshirt senior Diana Dumitrescu (Campulung Arges, Romania) in 2010, by more than an inch (19'-09.75"). Erickson also impressed in the 60-meter dash, clocking in at 7.68 for 10th on the school's all-time list.
Freshman Dior Delophont (Nancy, France) followed an impressive collegiate debut at Saturday Doug Raymond Invitational with an even more impressive performance on Friday with wins in the high jump and triple jump. Delophont cleared 6'-00.75" in the high jump, which is the second-best mark in the nation this season. In the triple jump, Delophont recorded a leap of 42'05.25". That mark ranks third in school history and is fourth in the nation this season. She holds the top mark in the Mid-American Conference in both events this season.
Sophomore Ann Marie Duffus (North Clarendon, Jamaica) continued her stellar campaign, qualifying for the conference meet in the 60-meter hurdles and long jump. Duffus won the 60-meter hurdles in 8.47, surpassing herself for the second-best time in school history. Erickson's record-breaking performance kept her from winning the long jump, but her mark of 19'-07.00" is good for fourth in school history and second in the MAC this season.
The Golden Flashes took top honors in 10 of 14 events. Other winners included junior Katie Reiser (Wayne, Ohio) in the 60-meter dash (7.67), junior Shanequa Williams (Akron, Ohio) in the 200-meter dash (24.90), freshman Taylor Farquhar (Belmont, Ontario) in the 400-meter dash, and junior Joh'vonnie Mosley (McDonald, Ohio) in the shot put (50'-06.75").
While they did not win their event, freshman Kailyn Arcury (Williamsville, N.Y.) and senior Keri Dantley (Imperial, Pa.) performed well for the Flashes. Arcury clocked an 8.52 in the 60-meter hurdles, which ranks third in school history while Dantley's mark of 40'-05.50" in the triple jump ranks sixth all-time.
The men's team dropped an 80-71 decision to the Zips on the evening.
Sophomore Matthias Tayala (McDonald, Ohio) won the weight throw with a toss of 64'-06.00", which ranks sixth in the nation this season and ninth all-time in Kent State history.
Junior Marteze Roper (Warren, Ohio) recorded the fifth-best time in the nation by clocking a 1:51.43 to finish runner-up in the 800-meter run. That time puts him ninth on the all-time list.
Freshman Wayne Gordon (Amherst, N.Y.) clocked a 21.96 to win the 200-meter dash, while finishing second in the 60-meter dash with a 6.94. Junior Laron Brown (Dayton, Ohio) earned a victory in the 400-meter dash (49.05) while redshirt senior Michael Heller (Stow, Ohio) won the 1-mile run in 4:17.64 to round out the winners on the men's side.
Kent State returns to the track at the Redbird Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 26 in Normal, Ill.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Sophomore Charlotte Myers set a school record to highlight the second and final day of competition for the Miami University women's track and field team at the Gladstein Invitational, hosted by Indiana University at Gladstein Fieldhouse.
Myers (Bexley, Ohio) surpassed the school record in the 600m run with a time of 1:34.01, which earned her sixth in the 600m run invitational final. She broke Becca Williams' record by 0.38 seconds as Williams' time of 1:34.39 had stood since 1996.
Senior Layne Baggett (Pittsburgh, Pa.) finished third in the 60m hurdles final in 8.56, which is one of the top-10 times in school history, after she was the top qualifier in Friday's prelims in 8.51. She finished behind a pair of Ohio State hurdlers.
Freshman Kala Allen (East Amherst, N.Y.) crossed in ninth in the 60m dash final in a season-best 7.83 after qualifying 14th in 7.85 on Friday. Baggett had also qualified for the 60m dash final, taking eighth in Friday's prelims, but skipped the race to focus on the 60m hurdles final.
In the 800m run invitational final, sophomore Taylor Wickware (Geneva, Ill.) captured sixth in 2:14.82 while in the regular 800m run, freshman Megan Beaver (Brecksville, Ohio) placed fifth in 2:16.57 in her first collegiate 800m. Classmate Lauren Schattinger (Cortland, Ohio) was seventh in the 200m dash in 25.78 in her first collegiate 200m race.
In field action, redshirt senior Samantha Gable (Greenfield, Ind.) claimed eighth in the weight throw with a toss of 16.76m/55-0. In the only other field event contested Saturday, sophomore Jasmine Watts (Carmel, Ind.) took 10th in the long jump with a leap of 5.17m/16-11.5, which she achieved on her final attempt after fouling the first two times.
The RedHawks concluded the meet by taking third in the 4x400m relay as Allen, Myers, freshman Kathie Wollney (Cary, Ill.) and sophomore Gretchen Walter (Piqua, Ohio) combined to clock 3:50.75, finishing .08 seconds behind Tennessee State and four seconds back of winner Ohio State in a field of 19.
For a recap of action from day one at the Gladstein Invitational, click here.
Next weekend, Miami will split up with some athletes going to the BGSU Team Challenge in Bowling Green, Ohio Friday, Jan. 25 while the rest of the squad will compete at the University of Kentucky's Rod McCravy Memorial in Lexington, Ky. Jan. 25-26.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - The Northern Illinois track & field team closed out their weekend in the Land of 10,000 Lakes Saturday with an up-and-down final day in the Jack Johnson Classic.
As a team, the Huskies finished in seventh place with 25 points despite missing several key contributors. Minnesota took first place, while North Dakota State took second in the team standings.
"We had some bright performances and some areas that need improvements," said NIU head coach Connie Teaberry. "Half the ladies competed with everything they had, but the others went through the motions and that's what we have to change. The staff will continue to plug away at preparing the ladies physically and mentally and we hope to see improvements."
Megan Gregory was the top performer on the track, placing second in the 60 hurdles. After taking third in the preliminaries with an 8.96 clip, the senior bested Western Michigan's Iris Campbell in the finals with a run of 8.74, outpacing her conference rival by three-hundredths of a second.
Meanwhile, fellow Huskie Jenelle McCalla took fourth place in the 60 hurdles with a finals time of 9.04. After clocking in at 9.31 in the prelims and just sneaking into the finals, the senior won the first heat by nearly one-tenth of a second.
Julianne Cronin also scored for NIU on the track with a fifth place finish in the 600 meters. The sophomore from Bartlett, Ill., crossed the finish line at a career-best time of 1:37.00, just beating South Dakota's Rachel Weinandt to the line.
Jamie Burr posted a top eight effort for the Huskies, taking seventh in the mile with a time of 2:17.81.
In the field, Olivia Herzog and Jasmine Maclin both earned top five finishes in the collegiate division of the shot put. Herzog broke the 40-foot mark with a toss of 40-04.75 (12.31m) for third place, while Maclin took fifth at 38-05.00 (11.71m). In the shot put's invite division, Sidra Sherrill took ninth place with a mark of 44-02.50 (13.47m).
Ellen Renk kept her streak of strong early season performances going in the triple jump. The freshman's mark of 35-08.50 (10.88m) was good enough for sixth place, coming one inch short of a top five finish.
The Huskies return to action next weekend with a trip to Indiana for the Indiana Relays Jan. 25-26 inside the Gladstein Fieldhouse.
TIFFIN, Ohio – The Ohio University women’s track & field team finished third out of 12 teams with 117 points at the Tiffin University Carnival on Saturday at the Tiffin Track & Field Facility.
The Bobcats won four events and earned top-three finishes in six events.
"For the third meet of the indoor season, we had a productive showing," head coach Clay Calkins said. "Highlights included multiple top-8 performances from the distance crew, jumps and throws. Key performances from Melissa Thompson, Kayla Scott, Morgan Reichert, Erin Gale and Danielle Winningham, as well as the DMR victory, were solid efforts from our team."
Ohio student-athletes took the top four spots in the mile run to capture 29 of a possible 39 points in the event. Junior Melissa Thompson (Westerville, Ohio) took top honors in the mile (5:11.88), while freshman Kayla Scott (Canal Winchester, Ohio) took second (5:18.75), junior Meade Morgan (Marion, Ohio) finished third (5:23.79) and senior Ashley Waddington (Sandusky, Ohio) crossed the finish line in fourth (5:28.63).
In addition, Thompson finished first in the 800m run (2:22.88) – nearly two seconds in front of the second place finisher - while sophomore Morgan Reichert (Pataskala, Ohio) captured the 3000m run title in a time of 10:25.52.
The team of Gale, sophomore Karissa Conrad (Lancaster, Ohio), senior Danielle Winningham (Barboursville, W.Va.) and freshman Hayley Stegemiller (Lebanon, Ohio) captured the distance medley relay title (12:55.88), while the Bobcat team of Reichert, freshman Tessa Weigand (Akron, Ohio), freshman Krista Roehlig (Uniontown, Ohio) and junior Emily Pifer (Canal Winchester, Ohio) finished second in 12:58.70.
Bloomington, IN - The Toledo indoor track team competed well at the Gladstein Invitational hosted by Indiana on Friday and Saturday. Four Rockets posted automatic-qualifying marks for the Mid-American Conference championships and UT completed the meet with eight top-five finishes overall.
Senior Yuhong Fu finished second in the triple jump with a distance of 39-feet, four-inches to surpass the MAC qualifying mark of 38-feet, six-inches.
Sophomore Mackenzie Chojnacky and freshman Brooke Tullis both qualified in the 3,000-meter run with third and fifth place finishes, respectively. Chojnacky ran a time of 9:32.60 and Tullis finished at 9:42.21. Junior Kaylin Belair finished 12th-overall with a time of 9:58.80, which is just shy of the qualifying mark of 9:57.02.
Freshman Liz Weiler dominated the 5,000-meter run with a time of 17:05.12, beating the second-place runner by more than 12 seconds. Weiler scorched the qualifying mark of 17:33.47 and now tops the MAC list by 18 seconds.
Up next for the Rockets is the Bowling Green Tom Wright Classic on Friday, Jan. 25.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- The Western Michigan track and field team took third place at the Jack Johnson Minnesota Classic, wrapping up competition on Saturday night.
WMU finished just seven points behind second-place North Dakota State with 128 points. NDSU finished with 135 and host Minnesota took first place with 203 points. WMU’s lone Mid-American Conference competition took seventh with 25.
“I’m not really thrilled with finishing in third,” said head coach Kelly Lycan. “I know Minnesota is one of the top three teams in the Big Ten but I thought we should have had a better showing than we did.”
While overall the Broncos dipped during the second day of competition, some individuals shined for WMU. Junior Andrea Hiler took second place in the shot put with a distance of 48 feet, 2.75 inches. Her distance was a personal best but also the third best in WMU’s history, putting her just behind Irene Cooper and Kristalyn Mauch.
Hiler wasn’t the only thrower to nearly make history as Stephanie Negrete cemented herself in WMU’s all-time performance list in the weight throw. Negrete took fifth overall but was the fourth collegiate finisher with a distance of 56 feet, one inch. Her distance placed her fifth all-time in the weight throw at WMU.
Senior Iris Campbell ran her fastest time of the year in the 60 meter hurdles. After taking second in the preliminaries she ended up taking third overall with a time of 8.77 seconds. Campbell has been adjusting to a new starting pattern and was able to improve upon her time from the previous two meets.
“We are experimenting with a different start for her,” said Lycan. “I think she will run faster with a seven step start rather than the eight she is used to and I think she did a good job of making that adjustment tonight.”
WMU’s Rebecca Hall and Ariel Arnold both turned in personal-best times in the 60 meter dash. The two teammates actually tied for sixth place with a time of 7.87 seconds. Both also scored points in the 200 meter dash with Arnold taking third and Hall taking sixth.
Arnold’s sister, Ariel Arnold, was the top finisher for the Broncos in the 600 meter run. The elder Arnold took third place with a time of 1:36.24, while Brittany Calhoun also scored by taking eight place at 1:38.69.
In the 800 meter Aisha Hodge once again improved her time from the previous race by taking third place with a time of 2:14.68. Rebecca Peacock also improved her season-best time in the 3,000 meter run with a time of 10:30.56 to score for the Broncos.
WMU also took third in the 4x400 meter relay after a tangle between Campbell and a runner from Minnesota caused the Broncos to dip into third place with a time of 3:48.73. WMU’s “B” team took fourth place with a time of 3:55.46.
“We are coming along,” added Lycan. “But we are still not clicking on all four cylinders as a team.”
The Broncos continue action in Big Ten country as they head to Indiana for the Indiana Relays on Friday and Saturday