Since the beginning of the season, the UNO women's track and field team has been setting personal bests and meet records weekend after weekend. Last Saturday at the Concordia Indoor Invitational in Seward, Neb. was no different.
The UNO women's track and field team will head to Wichita this weekend off a very successful performance in Cedar Falls, Iowa. At the Jack Jennett Invite at the University of Northern Iowa, the Mavs earned two first-place finishes among several personal bests on the weekend.
A week after the UNO women's track and field team began the spring schedule at the Tulsa Duals, the Mavs achieved more success at the Bobby Lane Invitational at Texas-Arlington. UNO set three personal bests and had two athletes finish highly after competing in events for the first time in their careers.
A second place finish at The Summit League Indoor Championships on Feb. 25 made UNO Track and Field the first program on campus to bring home conference hardware and add a Division I trophy to the case.
In the second to last weekend of competition, the UNO women's track team didn't show any signs of slowing down. Two days of competition at the Doane Relays earned the Mavs one meet record that was just shy of a school record, six event wins and eight personal bests.