Men's Track and Field

Fifth-year senior Ben Flanagan overtook the runner ahead of him in the last seconds of the 10,000-meter to finish first and claim a national title.

The Michigan men's track and field team had many highlights in the NCAA outdoor championships that included fifth-year senior placing first in the 10,000-meter with a new personal best.

Senior thrower Joe Ellis broke his own record at the Longhorn Invitational.

In rainy conditions, Michigan relied on its throwers to push them to a third-place finish.

Junior Taylor McLaughlin helped lead Michigan to dominance.

Michigan dominated at the Battle of the Blues Invitational.

Mental fortitude isn’t something that comes to mind when talking about weight throws and shot puts.

But for the Michigan men’s track and field team, that wasn’t the case this weekend at the NCAA Indoor Championships.

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The Big Ten Indoor Championships were in full throttle last weekend as the Michigan men’s track and field team finished sixth with 57 points.

Junior Joe Ellis set a new school record in the weight throw at the Big Ten Indoor Championships.

Despite strong performances from its throwers, a tough first day puts Michigan in sixth place.

Senior thrower Joe Ellis set a personal-best in the weight throw this weekend.

Some of Michigan's top athletes are performing their best just in time for the postseason.

Chase Barnett finished with a time of 4:03.96, the fastest of any Michigan runner.

A group of five Michigan runners came into the Boston U. John Thomas Terrier Classic looking to break the four-minute barrier — the barrier that separates great from elite.

Redshirt junior thrower Grant Cartwright and the rest of the throwers were a bright spot for Michigan at the Simmons-Harvey Quad.

The “Meat Factory,” a nickname affectionately given to the track and field team’s weight throwing competitors, notched the field’s top two positions.

Fifth-year senior Micah Beller appeared to give Michigan the permanent advantage with his win in the 3,000-meter race, but the Wolverines couldn't hold on.

It initially appeared that Micah Beller’s victory gave the Michigan men’s track and field team the advantage it needed to hold off Ohio State, but the Wolverines couldn't hold on.