Michigan State track and field rounded out the second day of the SPIRE DI Invitational with top finishes, Feb. 11. Redshirt senior Sherod Hardt garnered the lone first place in the men’s one rile race.
Michigan State track and field concluded its first day at both the SPIRE DI Invitational in Geneva, Ohio, and the GVSU Big Meet in Allendale with top finishes, Feb. 10.
Michigan State track and field teams will split up this weekend and take off to two separate locations from Friday, Feb. 10, to Saturday, Feb. 11., with competitors at the SPIRE DI Invitational in Geneva, Ohio and the GVSU Big Meet in Allendale, Mich.
Michigan State track & field team competed in the ultra-competitive Meyo Invitational and finished with top highlights. MSU also sent six multi-event athletes and pole vaulters to the Akron Invitational over the weekend and they also recorded top marks.
The Michigan State track and field team returns to action this weekend as the Spartans split up and travel to two separate venues. The two-day Notre Dame Meyo Invitational will take place Friday, Feb. 3 and Saturday, Feb. 4. The 13th-annual Akron Invitational is also a two-day event starting Friday, Feb. 3 beginning 11 a.m. and it will take place in the Stile Athletics Field House where six MSU athletes will compete.
Michigan State indoor track & field team competed in the ultra-competitive Notre Dame Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 21.
Michigan State track & field teams travel to South Bend, Indiana, for the Notre Dame Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 23, at the Loftus Sports Center. Field events are slated to commence at 11 a.m. ET.
Michigan State men and women’s indoor track and field teams competed at the Simmons-Harvey Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 14 at Michigan. MSU had five first place finishes and posted top scores in both field and running events throughout the day.
The Michigan State indoor track and field team resumes competition at the Simmons-Harvey Invitational in Ann Arbor, Michigan on Saturday, Jan. 14. “This is a good get off the mark meet. It is a well run meet and we are excited to go down there” said Director of Cross Country and Track and Field Walt Drenth. “We are hoping that the athletes are going to jump back in where they left off and for us that is probably the biggest test. We get to see what they did over break and we can start to figure out our personal as it relates to our next meet, which is important because our next meet is a score meet.”