NSU Track & Field Teams Compete at SDSU in Last Chance Meet

BROOKINGS, SD (NSUWolves.com) – The Northern State University track and field teams closed out the 2022-23 indoor regular season Saturday at the SDSU Last Chance Meet. Northern took third on the women’s side and fifth on the men’s side from the Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex. The Wolves women tallied 27 top-10 finishes from the meet, while the men recorded 19.



  • Noah Bayer took third in the 60m with a time of 7.01
  • Seth Martens recorded a top-10 finish in the 200m with a time of 22.98 in ninth overall and added a fourth place finish in the 400m with a time of 50.03
  • Dylan Schimke and Blake Stoks took sixth and eighth in the 600m with times of 1:26.10 and 1:26.99
  • Jonathan Burkhalter ran to a fourth place finish in the 800m with a time of 2:00.18
  • Nathan Alto capped off the distance success, taking seventh in the 3000m with a time of 8:48.07
  • Joel Matehs tallied a third place finish in the 60m hurdles, crossing the finish line in 8.46
  • The 4x400m relay team of Sean Juengst, Collin Engebretson, Dan Istvanovich, and Dylan Schimke took third with a time of 3:37.10
  • Glen Quayle led four Wolves in the top-10 of the pole vault, taking second with a season best and provisional mark of 4.96m
  • Eli Radtke, Sam Tremelling, and Isaac Ligon placed fifth through seventh with marks of 4.36m, 4.21m, and 4.06m respectively
  • Max Vande Kieft recorded fifth place finishes in both the long and triple jumps with marks of 4.68m (LJ) and 12.20m (TJ)
  • Carter Moller followed in sixth place in the triple jump with a 12.14m mark
  • Nick Olson and Brady Bauman took fifth and ninth in the shot put, tossing 15.06m and 14.21m respectively
  • Olson went on to take sixth in the weight throw with a 16.25m toss



  • Renea Taylor took second in the 60m with a provisional time of 7.58 and third in the 60m hurdles with a provisional mark of 8.72
  • Kyanna Collymore and Vanessa Klein took fourth and ninth in the 400m with times of 58.89 and 1:01.00
  • Four Wolves finished in the top-10 of the 600m led by Mary Franssen in fourth with a time of 1:37.07
  • Summer Carlson, Sierra Sweeney, and Lyla Devereaux took sixth, seventh, and ninth with times of 1:40.89, 1:41.64, and 1:45.36
  • Jennifer Clark led three in the top-10 of the 800m with a time of 2:20.05 in third place, followed by Alli Jackson and Jordan Hermansen with times of 2:25.11 and 2:42.55 in fourth and tenth
  • Kenzie Hamann took seventh in the 3000m with a time of 11:12.45, followed by Avery Murray and Victoria Kolbinger in eighth and tenth with times of 11:15.04 and 11:18.94
  • The 4x400m relay team of Morgan Sheldon, Carlson, Devereaux, and Jackson won the race, crossing the finish line in 4:15.56
  • Kilee Bladow placed seventh in the high jump, clearing 1.45m
  • Kenzee Danielson and Bethany Dybdahl took first and second in the pole vault, clearing 3.55m and 3.40m respectively, followed by Laci Leverty in third (3.40m) and Makenna Glanzer in fifth (3.25m)
  • Addison Cumbow and Sheldon took seventh and eighth in the long jump with marks of 4.71m and 4.65m respectively
  • Sweeney went on to take third in the triple jump with an 11.14m jump
  • Chrissy Stoltenburg led the team in the shot put, finishing tenth with an 11.71m, and took seventh in the weight throw, tossing 14.82m
  • Cassidy Gough led the Wolves in the weight throw at 15.96m in fifth overall, while Shawney Coenraad took ninth with a 14.26m toss



  • Taylor’s 60m hurdles time ranks her 23rd in the country in the event
  • Quayle moves up to 16th nationally in the pole vault with his 4.96m jump



Northern State travels to the NSIC Championships next Friday and Saturday, February 24 and 25, in Mankato. Competition opens at 9:30 a.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. on Saturday from the Myers Fieldhouse.