Women's Track and Field

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.

For 14 consecutive years, the women’s track and field team’s distance medley relay has qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships, and that streak looks likely to continue.

Senior Gina Sereno ran a career-best time of 4:36.68 to take first place in the Meyo Mile on Saturday.

Seniors Gina Sereno and Erin Finn and junior Jamie Morrissey each ran sub-4:40 times in the Meyo Mile at the non-scoring invitational.

Freshman Julia Hall has headlined a freshman class that has found early success with the Wolverines.

Amongst the Wolverines’ five event wins at the non-scoring Saginaw Valley State Jets Pizza Invitational last weekend, Michigan’s runners claimed the top seven spots in the one-mile race and swept the top four spots in the weight throw.

Senior Erin Finn won the 3,000-meter race with the fastest time in the nation so far this season.

The Michigan women's track and field team took first place, finishing 24 points ahead of the second-place team.

Erin Finn (left) helped deliver the new varsity jackets to local alumni.

The Michigan athletic department enlisted the help of Erin Finn in correcting a past mistake.

Cindy Ofili finished fourth in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 12.81 seconds.

The women's track and field team had four athletes earn All-American honors.

The Michigan women’s track and field team had a simple goal in mind: get as many athletes to the NCAA Outdoor Championships as possible.