Wolves Compete @ USD Tune-Up

Vermillion, SD (NSUWolves.com) – Northern State University track and field teams finished their regular season at the USD Tune-Up meet. One provisional mark was hit, and multiple personal records were broken.


  • Chris Weber was the first to the finish line in the 100m dash with a record running time of 10.43 seconds
  • Noah Bayer placed fourth in the same race in a time of 10.61
  • Joel Matehs took fifth in the 110m hurdles clocking 14.68
  • Carter Dingman finished tenth with a time of 51.75 in the 400m
  • Nick Olson placed third in the hammer throw with a mark of 54.05m
  • Vance Borchers and Birnir Vagn Finnsson took sixth and seventh in the high jump with marks of 1.85m
  • Sam Garner and Jackson Willis placed fifth and ninth in the javelin throw with marks of 39.01m and 30.18m
  • In pole vault Eli RadtkeIsaac Ligon, and Noah Ford placed fifth, eighth, and ninth with heights of 4.61m, 4.46m, and 4.26m
  • Ethan Barnett took tenth in shot put with a mark of 13.91m
  • Max Vande Kieft placed seventh in triple jump with a distance of 12.56m
  • The men’s 4 x 100 took second place with a season best of 41.92 with athletes Noah BayerChris WeberJoel Matehs, and Drew Salfrank


  • Renea Taylor and Morgan Sheldon placed fourth and eighth in the 100m hurdles with times of 14.78 and 15.28
  • Kyanna Collymore placed eighth in the 200m dash in 25.30
  • Alli Jackson and Vanessa Christensen took fifth and eighth in the 400m with times of 1:00.08 and 1:01.41
  • In the 400m hurdles Elisabet Osk Jonsdottir and Emma Hunt placed fifth and sixth in 1:07.38 and 1:09.76
  • Summer Carlson was the runner up in the 800m with a time of 2:17.30
  • Jolie Dugan took ninth in the 1500m in 5:01.89
  • Addison Stadem placed third with a time of 21:00.33 in the 5,000m distance race
  • Cassidy Gough took seventh in the hammer throw with a distance of 51.22m
  • Jordan West finished tenth in the javelin throw with a mark of 32.00m
  • Tayla Dobrenski took eighth in the long jump with a mark of 5.10m
  • Bekah Walz placed ninth in pole vault with a height of 3.63m
  • Danielle Hawley took tenth in shot put with a mark of 12.12m
  • Sierra Sweeney placed sixth in triple jump with a distance of 10.96m
  • The women’s 4 x 100 relay took third in a time of 48.56 with athletes Elisabet Osk Jonsdottir, Renea Taylor, Vanessa Christensen, and Kyanna Collymore


  • Chris Weber hit the provisional mark in the 100m and broke the school record previously held by Micah Arnold since 2004; he is now ranked second in the conference and 17th in the nation
  • Personal records were broken with athletes Chris Weber (100m), Isaac Olson (100m), Jesse Pietz (100m and 200m), Ross Kortenbusch (100m), Karli Klein (200m), Alli Jackson (400m), Elisabet Osk Jonsdottir (400m hurdles), Summer Carlson (800m), Jolie Dugan (1500m), Olivia Ashley (discus and hammer), Kaden St. Pierre (hammer), Paige Bishop (hammer), Jordan West (long jump), Eli Radtke (pole vault), Isaac Ligon (pole vault), Bekah Walz (pole vault)