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Scott Bruhn
Track and Field

Trio of Huskers Set All-Time Marks at Texas Tech Open

The Nebraska track and field team wrapped up action at the Texas Tech Open this weekend with three Huskers setting all-time marks on Saturday.
Jonah Wilson led four Huskers in the top-eight of the men's shot put with a personal-best toss of 67-0 (20.42m). He finished second behind the NCAA leader in the event. Wilson's mark is currently first in the Big Ten, second in the nation and third in school history.
Maxwell Otterdahl joined Wilson with a personal-best distance to place third. His 65-10 1/4 (20.07m) is currently tied for second in the Big Ten, tied for fifth nationally and tied for fourth in school history.
Kevin Shubert had a mark of 60-4 (18.39m) to finish fourth and Nick Ronnfeldt had a distance of 55-0 (16.76m) to round out the Big Red throwers in the top-eight.

Garrett Kaalund clocked a 20.96 in the 200m to claim fourth in a field of over 100 runners, which moves him up one spot to fourth all-time in program history.
Micaylon Moore had a personal-best mark of 51-1 3/4 (15.59m) to place third in the men's triple jump, while Terrol Wilson leaped 48-0 (14.63m) to finish 10th.
Axelina Johansson pitched in a runner-up finish in the shot put with a toss of 58-0 1/2 (17.69m), and Taylor Latimer placed eighth with a distance of 50-3 1/2 (15.33m).
In the men's high jump, Mayson Conner tied his personal-best jump of 7-3 3/4 (2.23m) to grab the runner-up placement. On the women's side, Jenna Rogers cleared 5-7 3/4 (1.72m) to tie for seventh.
 In the men's pole vault, Till Steinforth cleared 16-2 1/2 (4.94m) to finish 10th.
Niko Schultz and Nick Bryant pitched in 10th and 12th-place finishes in the men's 800m with times of 1:53.27  and 1:54.22.
Ashley McElmurry was crowned triple jump champion of the "B" section with a personal-best mark of 42-5 1/2 (12.94m).
In the "B" section of the women's shot put, Kalynn Meyer finished fifth with a mark of 50-4 1/2 (15.35m).
Brooklyn Miller was the top finisher for the Big Red in the "B" section of the women's high jump, placing third with a clearance of 5-7 (1.70m). Tyus Wilson cleared a personal-best 7-0 1/4 (2.14m) in the "B" section of the men's jump to finish as runner-up, while Ashriel Dixon took fourth with a 6-8 3/4 (2.05m).
The Husker men (Julian Watson, Kaalund, Schultz, Bryant) finished sixth in the 4x400 relay with a time of 3:13.49.
Nebraska is set to host the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational on Friday-Saturday, Feb. 3-4 at the Devaney Center Indoor Track. Events begin at 12 p.m. on Friday and at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday.