Track & Field

Junior Roland Amarteifio qualified for nationals and will compete in the 400-meter hurdles event.

The Wolverines had what they consider to be a very successful trip down to Jacksonville for the NCAA East Preliminary Championships.

Sophomore Chloe Foster won the 400-meter hurdles at the Cardinal Classic on Friday with a time of 59.69 seconds.

Foster wasn’t finished after the 400-meter hurdles, however. Competing in the 400-meter run on Saturday, Foster ran a career-best 54.47 seconds to capture her second victory of the weekend. Junior Julia Hall also ran a career-best time of 55.52 seconds to finish third in the event, while sophomore Emma Lane rounded out the top five, posting a 57.84.

Fifth-year senior Jack Lint became second-highest decathlete performer in Michigan’s history.

When he was sitting on a hospital bed 18 months ago, Jack Lint would have never predicted that he would be the second-highest decathlete performer in Michigan’s history upon return.

Junior Roland Amarteifio finished first in the 400-meter hurdles at the Black and Gold Invitational.

In the Black and Gold Invitational, the men’s program fielded two of the career-bests, while the women had five. Fifth-year senior Bailey Baker recorded 47.20 meters on her discus throw. While senior Kayla Keane didn’t break the top-10 in the 3,000 meters, she did break her personal record for a 10:02.60 time. Freshman Sydney McGinley got a 14.42 on the 100 meter hurdles for a top-10 finish. Sophomore Chloe Foster followed suit with a top-three finish but with a 59.33 in the 400-meter hurdles.

Fifth-year senior Sarah Zieve made an improbable comeback to qualify for the NCAA Championships in the 3000-meter steeplechase

After amazing comebacks and disappointing finishes, eight Wolverines qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships.

The Michigan men's throwing team shattered the school record book over the weekend

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.

Jade Harrison scored a top finish in the 400-meters.

The men’s and women’s track and field teams competed for the first time at their new indoor track.

Senior Steven Bastien placed fourth in the decathlon at the NCAA Championships.

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.

Senior Steven Bastien won the Big Ten Championship in the decathlon, becoming just the second Wolverine ever to do so.

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.

Senior Gina Sereno won both the 10,000 meters and the 5,000 meters at last year's Big Ten Championships, and did so again this year.

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.