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NDSU Men’s Track and Field Yearbook

Editor’s Note: Welcome to Bison Illustrated’s 2014-15 Yearbook! Wednesday, we’ll be releasing our highlights from the men’s track and field and men’s and women’s basketball teams.

Screen Shot 2015-06-08 at 4.16.10 PMHead Coach Don Larson Quote

 

“It was a cumulative effect. I think we got a really good start day one and it continued into day two and day three could’ve been different and a lot closer, but I think the athletes fed off the energy from great performances by teammates. Everything kind of came together. I was thrilled with not only the student-athletes, but the assistant coaches that put in so much time, effort and energy.” 

Highlight

The men’s track and field team won its sixth consecutive Summit League Outdoor Championship and seventh overall since joining the conference eight years ago. In the preseason poll, they were picked to finish second and they went on to win the outdoor championships by 67.5 points.

Impact Performer

The Bison throwers won four individual titles combined during both championships. Alex Renner won the Indoor Field MVP and won the outdoor championship in the hammer throw and shot put. He broke the NDSU shot put record, chucking it 18.67 meters. Sophomore Matti Mortimore won the javelin title. He broke NDSU’s javelin record earlier this by registering a throw of 237 feet, four inches.

The Future Is Now

Freshman sprinter Landon Jochim won the 400-meter dash in his first outdoor championships. Sophomore Angus Stoudt shined in the decathlon by taking home the championship and being named to the All-League team in the 110-meter hurdles.

(Photo courtesy of Richard Svaleson) Angus Stoudt won the Summit League indoor heptathlon championship with 4,930 points. The most he's ever scored is 5,056 at the Dakota Duals.

(Photo courtesy of Richard Svaleson) Angus Stoudt won the Summit League indoor heptathlon championship with 4,930 points. The most he’s ever scored is 5,056 at the Dakota Duals.

Chew on This

The Bison have won six consecutive Summit League Outdoor Championships and have been at the front door of another amazing streak during the indoor season. And with the youth across the roster, this team will remain on top. The men’s track and field team won nine individual titles between the indoor and outdoor championships and eight of the champions will return for at least one more season with a Bison race bib.

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