Iowa Men End Run of Big Ten Futility

One of the closest Big Ten Men’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships in history resulted in a program breaking a its long run of futility. For the first time since 1967, Iowa won the annual event, with 125.5 points, just enough to nip runner-up Minnesota (123). Ohio State (109) placed third. The Hawkeyes won three Big Ten titles and also recorded five runner-up finishes on their way to hoisting the conference crown for the first time since in more than four decades.

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Ben Pennington on 11/17/2011 @ 9:56pm EDT Said:

Larry has done a great job recruiting and developing. All former
Hawkeyes are proud. Our Iowa kids want to be Hawkeyes. It has
always been a great school to attend and town to live in . Cretz would’ve been proud of all the boys.
Coach Ben Pennington
Bettendorf High School XC Coach
Bettendorf High School Soccer Coach

Jim Monkerud on 1/22/2014 @ 10:41pm EDT Said:

Way to go Larry W! Monk