Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, February 27, 2016

Nebraska won the 2016 Big Ten Men's Indoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. The Huskers claimed two individual titles en route to winning their second consecutive Big Ten Championships.

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Nebraska recorded 116 team points, while Wisconsin finished in second place with 73. Minnesota was third with 72 points, Michigan finished fourth with 71 and Ohio State ended the championships in fifth place with 63.5 points.

The Huskers earned first-place finishes from Landon Bartel in the high jump and Kaiwan Culmer in the triple jump.

BTN will air tape-delayed coverage of the Big Ten Indoor Track & Field Championships at 10:30 a.m. ET on Saturday, March 5.

Watch Nebraska celebrate in the videos above and below.


View the all-Big Ten teams below.

First Team
Daniel Kuhn, Indiana
Aaron Mallett, Iowa
Vinnie Saucer, Iowa
Steven Bastien, Michigan
Mason Ferlic, Michigan
Landon Bartel, Nebraska
Kaiwan Culmer, Nebraska
Antonio Blanks, Ohio State
Jerry Jackson, Ohio State
Nick Gray, Ohio State
JC Murasky, Ohio State
Champ Page, Ohio State
Isaiah Harris, Penn State
Brannon Kidder, Penn State
Jordan Makins, Penn State
Alex Shisler, Penn State
Chukwuebuka Enekwechi, Purdue
Izaiah Brown, Rutgers
Corey Crawford, Rutgers
Morgan McDonald, Wisconsin
Zach Ziemek, Wisconsin


Second Team
Konrad Eiring, Illinois
Dylan Lafond, Illinois
Garrett Lee, Illinois
Liam Markham, Illinois
Cam Viney, Illinois
Dylan Anderson, Indiana
Rorey Hunter, Indiana
Kevin Stephens, Michigan
Goaner Deng, Minnesota
Gian Ferretti, Minnesota
Ryan Lockard, Minnesota
Oladapo Akinmoladun, Nebraska
Steven Cahoy, Nebraska
Mate Koroknai, Nebraska
Antoine Lloyd, Nebraska
Andrew Neal, Nebraska
Alexandre Oliver, Nebraska
Cody Rush, Nebraska
Malcolm White, Nebraska
Jermaine Griffith, Rutgers