Both Nebraska men and women’s track and field teams win at Husker Spring Invitational

Nebraska dominated the men’s competition with a score of 238.50, winning by 103 points over second-place North Dakota State. The women had 211 points, with North Dakota State again finishing second.

The Huskers swept the pole vault, the high jump, the long jump and the 400-meter relays.

Andy Jacobs cleared 13 feet, ¼ inch to win the women’s pole vault. Spencer Powell won the men’s title with a 16-8 mark on his first attempt.

Candice Dominguez (5-7) won the women’s high jump, and NU’s Miles Griffith and Mayson Conner each cleared 6-11 ½ in the men’s event. Griffith won the jump-off for the title.

Shylia Riley recorded a season-best 20-3 ¾ to win the women’s long jump, and Elijah Lucy set a personal best of 25-8 ¾ in the men’s event.

Other invidual winners for the NU women included Brittni Wolczyk (javelin), Jasmine Barge (100-meter hurdles), Whitney Bridges (100 meters), Judi Jones (1,500 meters) and Lakayla Harris (200 meters).

Isaiah Hutchinson (100 meters), Luke Siedhoff (110 hurdles) and Ty Moss (800 meters) added titles for the Husker men.

Nebraska will travel to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, on Thursday for the Crimson Tide Invitational.​

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