Seventeen Top 10 Placements For NSU T&F

Vermillion, SD ( – Northern State University track and field teams competed on the second and final day of the USD Early Bird Invite. The Wolves finished the day with 17 top-ten finishes.


  • Sean Juengst finishes in 12th place with 4,880 points in the decathlon with marks of 12.59 in the 100m, 5.43m in the long jump, 9.88m in shot put, 1.73m in high jump, 56.96 in the 400, 19.40 in the 110m hurdles, 29.48m in the discus throw, 3.80m in the pole vault, 40.86m in the javelin and 5:23.00 in the 1500m
  • Brener Conrad took 14th with 4,684 points in the decathlon with marks of 11.60 in the 100m, 5.29m in the long jump, 10.18m in shot put, 1.55m in high jump, 53.37 in the 400m, 20.52 in the 110m hurdles, 26.54m in the discus throw, 2.70m in the pole vault, 40.32m in the javelin and 5:13.31 in the 1500m
  • Chris Weber ran the 100m in a personal record of 10.85 for 18th place and Noah Bayer placed 27th in the event finishing in 10.92
  • Joel Matehs placed eighth in the 110m hurdles with a time of 15.14
  • Drew SalfrankSeth Martens, and Ty Kadlec took 26th through 28th in the 200m with times of 22.97, 22.98, and 22.98; This was a new personal record for Kadlec
  • Salfrank and Martens finished third and fourth in the 400m clocking 49.77 and 50.20
  • Carter Dingman placed 16th in the 400m finishing in 51.47
  • Kaden St. PierreNick Olson, and Ethan Barnett placed 16th, 18th, and 22nd in the discus throw with marks of 40.20m, 39.41m, and 38.67m
  • Birnir Vagn Finnsson and Vance Borchers placed eighth and ninth in the high jump with heights of 1.85m
  • Levi ReisCarson Barnett, and Damon Roggenbuck with a personal record, placed second, third, and fifth in the javelin throw with marks of 62.29m, 58.73m, and 56.35m
  • Isaac Ligon with a personal record, Finnsson, and Vance Borchers with a personal record placed 13th, 15th, and 19th, in the javelin throw with marks of 48.25m, 46.34m, and 44.21m
  • Treyson Schulz and Jackson Willis both competed in the long jump placing 20th and 25th with distances of 6.39m, and 6.10m
  • Schulz took tenth in the triple jump with a mark of 13.11m
  • Noah FordEli Radtke, and Isaac Ligon placed fifth, eighth, and 11th with marks of 4.71m, 4.41m, and 4.26m
  • The men’s 4x100m relay took fourth with athletes Weber, Matehs, Bayer, and Martens in a time of 42.69
  • The 4x400m relay placed fourth in a time of 3:31.47 with athletes Roggenbuck, Dylan SchimkeDrew Henriksen, and Dingman


  • Morgan Sheldon finishes in fifth place with 3,958 points in the heptathlon with marks of 15.76 in the 100m hurdles, 1.54m in high jump, 10.19m in shot put, 28.07 in the 200m, 4.51m in long jump, 30.78m in javelin, and 2:50.41 in the 800m
  • Addison Cumbow took eighth place with 3,499 points in the heptathlon with marks of 16.05 in the 100m hurdles, 1.45m in the high jump, 7.40m in shot put, 28.61 in the 200m, 4.82m in long jump, 31.34m in javelin, and 3:08.18 in the 800m
  • Renea Taylor took sixth in the 100m clocking 11.93
  • Karli Klein placed 23rd in the 100m prelims with a time of 16.09
  • Kyanna Collymore and Alli Jackson both ran the 400m placing 3rd and 15th with times of 59.48 and 1:03.73
  • Cassidy Gough threw a mark of 53.30m in the hammer throw to place fourth
  • Emily BreskeJordan Tschumperlin, and Tayla Dobrenski placed 12th, 14th, and 24th with heights of 1.55m, 1.50m, and 1.45m
  • Kamryn Schwartz placed 28th in the long jump with a mark of 4.58m
  • Danielle Hawley had a new personal record in the shot put with as mark of 12.16m placing her in 11th
  • Andi Mehrer and Paige Bishop finished 18th and 25th in shot put with throws of 11.45m and 10.85m
  • Kamryn Schwartz and Alison Theis placed 19th and 21st in the triple jump with marks of 9.76m and 9.73m
  • The 4x400m relay took third finishing in a time of 4:11.58 with athletes Collymore, Jackson, Summer Carlson, and Taylor


  •  Levi Reis and Carson Barnett both hit the provisional mark in javelin placing them 17th and 36th nationally

The Northern State University track and field team are slated to run the Sioux City Relays on April 13th. The meet will be hosted by Morningside University in the Elwood Olsen Stadium.