After amazing comebacks and disappointing finishes, eight Wolverines qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships.
The Michigan men's throwing unit for the track and field team together showed their commitment to the sport by shattering records in a non-scoring event.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams competed for the first time at their new indoor track.
While the Wolverines weren’t as well-represented as they were last year, when six men and five women qualified for the national meet, they made their presences count with three All-Americans honors and an individual national championship.
Michigan's eighth-place team finish was sparked by Bastien's decathlon title, and a school-record breaking performance from Ellis in the hammer throw.
The senior became just the third woman to claim conference titles in the 10,000 and 5,000 two straight years while leading Michigan to a fifth-place finish as a team.
The men’s team claimed victory with 101 points, while the women’s team took second place with 62 points.
Capping off a historic season, redshirt junior Grant Cartwright placed second and redshirt sophomore Joe Ellis placed seventh in the weight throw.
Finn, for the second year in a row, finished second in her individual competition.
The Wolverines scored just 54 points, finishing far behind Penn State, which won the competition with 96.5 points.