IU track and field competed in its final regular season event of the season Saturday at Jack Gladstein Fieldhouse in Bloomington. The Hoosiers were hosts to the Big Ten Open, a dual meet with Purdue.
IU was led by sophomore Alyssa Robinson, who won the 60-meter with a time of 7.49 seconds. Freshman Morgan Snow finished fourth in the same race, with a time of 7.77 seconds.
The Hoosiers picked up another victory in the women’s 400-meter, with sophomore Maria Anderson taking first place with a time of 55.90 seconds. In the 800-meter, junior Hannah Stoffel won for the first time this season with a time of 2:07.49.
In the women’s mile, junior Maddie Dalton ran a personal record and took first, finishing in 4:50.38. Senior Kelly Mindak finished as the runner up, clocking a time of 4:52.06.
The women also found success in the field, with senior Anna Watson winning the pole vault event by clearing a height of 4.05 meters.
Senior Princess Brinkley was the sole competitor in the weight throw, recording a distance of 20.81 meters. Freshman Mahogany Jenkins finished second in the triple jump, recording a personal-high 12.19 meters.
Senior Cooper Williams led the charge for the men, taking first place in the 600-meter with a time of 1:16.80. Freshman Parker Raymond finished in 1:18.93, nabbing second place.
In the 60-meter hurdles, senior Ben Hibbet recorded a time of 8.13 to take first place. Junior Shaton Vaughn took victory in the 400 meters with a time of 48.47 seconds.
The Hoosier men continued to find success in the 800 meter, finishing first, second and third. Fifth-year senior Teddy Browning led the way with a time of 1:51.11. Junior Aaron Bennett finished in 1:52.39 to take second place. Junior Dustin Horter rounded out the top three, crossing the finish line in 1:52.83.
In the field, senior Nathan Stone took first place in the pole vault, clearing a height of 5.37 meters. Senior Brock Mammoser was the runner up with a height of 5.27 meters.
Sophomore Dom Day was the leading Hoosier in the long jump, finishing in second with a distance of 7.18 meters. Junior JaiQuan Earls earned third place, recording a distance of 7.12 meters.
Senior Nick Lane rounded out the winners with a first place finish in the weight throw with a 20.84 meter throw.
The Big Ten Open concluded IU indoor track and field’s regular season and will begin the Big Ten Indoor Track & Field Championships Thursday in Geneva, Ohio, at the SPIRE Institute.