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Luff topped the all-time list in the 110m hurdles on Saturday.

Track and Field

Luff Sets School Record on Final Day at Texas

The Nebraska track and field team closed its weekend at the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays and the Bobcat Invitational on Saturday with a pair of titles and a school record.

Darius Luff highlighted the day, breaking the 110m hurdles school record to claim the title in 13.39. That is the second-fastest time clocked in the nation this season. The Lincoln-native is coming off of a successful indoor season, where he topped the all-time list in the 60m hurdles at the NCAA Indoor Championships and went on to take the bronze.

In the men's shot put, Maxwell Otterdahl placed third with a mark of 63-11 (19.48m), while Kevin Shubert took eighth with a distance of 61-9 3/4 (18.84m).

Jenna Rogers cleared 5-10 1/2 (1.79m) in the high jump to claim fifth place. Velecia Williams placed ninth in the women's long jump, leaping 19-9 (6.02m).

The Husker men (Jacob Hyde, Garrett Kaalund, Lorenzo Paissan, Kavian Kerr) raced to a seventh-place finish in the 4x200m relay with a 1:23.98.

At the Bobcat Invitational, Sadio Fenner won the 3000m steeplechase with a personal-best time of 9:20.42.

Madi Scholl set a new personal-best mark in the high jump, clearing 5-9 1/4 (1.76m) to finish as runner-up. Brooklyn Miller joined Scholl in the top five, placing fifth with a height of 5-7 1/4 (1.71m).

Terrol Wilson added a runner-up finish with a mark of 49-1 1/4 (14.97m) in the triple jump. Lotavia Brown set a big triple jump personal-best with a distance of 41-1 1/4 (12.53m) to place seventh. 

Johanna Ilves clocked a 13.88 in the women's 100m hurdles to place ninth. Sam Easley was NU's top finisher in the men's 400m, clocking a 48.73 to place 27th.

Nick Bryant, Easley, Cortez Ruiz and Niko Schultz teamed up to clock a 3:09.68 in the 4x400m relay and finish second.

Nebraska is set to return to competition April 6-8 at the Jim Click Shootout in Tucson, Ariz.