Women's Track and Field

Sophomore Chloe Foster ran away with the 400-meter hurdles with a career-best time of 58.60 seconds.

By the moment the second-place competitor crossed the finish line, nearly three seconds had passed. Foster cruised to a runaway victory in the 400-meter hurdles with a career-best outing of 58.60 seconds to cap off a successful day for the No. 21 Michigan women’s track and field team at the Louisville Invitational. It wasn’t just Foster who succeeded for the Wolverines. As a team, they won three events and placed in the top five in 11 total events on the day.

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Senior Claire Borchers ended her collegiate career with a final lap for the ages to finish fourth in the NCAA Outdoor Championships.

Fifth-year senior Erin Finn earned a personal best in the 3,000-meter run.

Erin Finn and Jamie Morrissey provided Michigan with a spark plug to spur its success.

They say running is a solitary sport, but that was never more true for fifth-year senior Haley Meier than it was Friday.

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The Wolverines finished eighth of 13 teams, showing that Michigan still has a lot to improve on going into the outdoor season.

Senior Haley Meier won the mile with a time of 4:35.69.

The Wolverines could send three people to the NCAA Championships.

Fifth-year senior Erin Finn is looking to rebound from her injury-shortened 2016-17 season.

In her fifth and final season, Erin Finn looks to make a lasting statement and craft a legacy that grows larger than her injuries.

Michigan women's track and field coach James Henry introduced the Wolverines' 2018 recruiting class Wednesday.

The Michigan women’s track and field program announced its recruiting class for the 2018 season Wednesday.

Junior Jaimie Phelan, pictured here for her 2016 Student of the Year profile, became the first 1,500-meter national champion in Michigan program history.

The junior went from last place into first on the final lap to become Michigan's first-ever national champion in the 1,500 meters.

Junior Claire Kiefer-Wright finished first in the high-jump with a 1.75-meter jump.

With a series of solid individual performances, the Michigan women’s track and field team helped the Big Ten win in the Pac-12 vs. Big Ten Challenge.