FARGO — Both the men's and women's North Dakota State track and field teams won several events Saturday at the Bison Cup Classic.
Alex Talley won a pair of throwing events to highlight the Bison men's performance.
Talley won the shot put with a toss of 64 feet, 2 1/2 inches to tie a personal best. NDSU swept the top eight spots in the event. Talley also won the weight throw with a mark of 71-7 1/2.
The Bison had a slew of other victories on the day. Adrian Harris won the 400 meters with a time of 48.66 seconds. Dante White won the 60 in 6.94 seconds and Trent Davis won the 60 hurdles at 8.24 seconds. Alex Bartholomay won the mile with a time of 4:12.85.
NDSU's Brandon Lewis won the triple jump with a personal-best leap of 47-11 3/4. Jackson Tracy earned the top spot in the 800 at 1:57.45. Jens Christensen was victorious in the pole vault, clearing 14-7 1/4 and Alex Brosseau won the 200 in 22.64.
On the women's side, Daejha Moss and Ansley Schug headlined the Bison with two event victories each.
Moss won the high jump by clearing 5-10, which is tied for the third-best mark in NDSU indoor history and within half an inch of the school record. Moss also claimed the title in the triple jump, posting a first-place leap of 37-4. Schug sprinted to a first-place finish in the 60 hurdles in 8.73 seconds and won the 200 with a career-best time of 25.91.
NDSU's Akealy Moton won the shot put with a toss of 56-4 1/2 and Katie Berglund was victorious in the pole vault with a mark of 11-9 3/4. Kendra Kelley won the 60, clocking in a personal-best 7.71 seconds. Grace Emineth took home the long jump title, leaping 18-4 3/4.
Melina Kuerschner was first in the 3,000, finishing in 10:05.46, and Peyton Frolek won the 800 with a time of 2:14.69.