The Wisconsin Badgers have captured yet another Big Ten Championship Title. This time it came from the Men’s Indoor Track and Field Team. On Saturday at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio head coach Mick Byrne’s took home his first indoor championship with the Badgers.
Wisconsin Badgers Men’s Indoor Track And Field Team Win Big Ten Championship
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— Wisconsin Track & Field (@BadgerTrackXC) February 26, 2023
After an incredible season, the Wisconsin Badgers Men’s Indoor Track and Field Team took home Big Ten Honors. The Badgers won five individual Big Ten titles. Lawrence Spencer won the 60-meter dash with an incredible time of 6.61 seconds. Adam Spencer won the mile run with a time of 4:13.03. Jackson Sharp won both the 3000 meters (7:51.53) and the 5000 meters (14:07.80). Lastly Sam Coil took home first place in the weight throw (22.43 meters).
The team secured victory in the second-to-last event of the meet. In the 3,000 meters, four Badgers were a part of the breakaway group. The race scored Wisconsin 24 points, giving the team an unbeatable lead.
Lawrence Johnson, Jackson Sharp, and Adam Spencer were all honored with Big Ten all-first team this year. Cade Amborn, Benjamin Nibbeling, Pierce Seigne, and Jalen Williams all took home second-team honors.
The Badgers captured the title with 110 points. The University of Nebraska was this year’s runner-up with 103 points. Iowa finished third with 98 points. Indiana (79 points) and Ohio State (56.5 points) rounded out the top five.
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