Men's Track and Field

Sophomore Taylor McLaughlin put together a 51.48-second run to finish third in the 400-meter hurdles.

The Wolverines finished eighth out of as many teams, scoring 47.5 points, to contribute to the Big Ten’s overall victory in the Pac-12 vs. Big Ten Challenge.

Junior Brennan Munley, the sole returner from last year’s record-setting DMR, was joined by fifth-year senior Ned Willig, sophomore Taylor McLaughlin and senior Connor Mora this past weekend.

Redshirt senior Steven Bastien ran a 2:43.98 in the 1000-meter finale of the heptathlon, ensuring that he earned 5,843 points in the meet, which is 33 more points than his own school record from last year.

Steven Bastien's record-breaking performance helped pave the way to a successful meet for the Michigan men's track and field team.

For the first time in program history, the Michigan men's track team had three athletes run a sub-four minute mile in a single race.

Sophomore Joe Ellis surpassed his own program record in the weight throw twice at at the Notre Dame Invitational.

Led by Joe Ellis's record-setting weight throw, Michigan finished first ahead of six other teams.

Mason Ferlic landed awkwardly in the final water pit of the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Ore., on Friday.

The Michigan men’s track and field team had finished in the top 15 only once in the last 55 seasons.

It is the highest number of Michigan athletes to qualify since head coach Jerry Clayton has taken over.

The Wolverines secured their best outdoor finish since 2008.

Many Wolverines took the weekend off, while those who competed experienced success.