Members of the Nebraska track and field team wrapped up competition at three different meets on Saturday.
The women’s 4×200-meter relay team finished fourth overall and second among collegiate teams with a time of 1:34.07 at the Florida Relays, which is the third-fastest time in school history. The 4×400-meter relay team finished fourth overall with a time of 3:37.20, and the 4×100-meter relay team was 10th with a time of 45.10.
Alex Meyer placed seventh in the discus at the Texas Relays with a mark of 173-5 (52.86m).
At the Iowa Western Spring Classic, Zach Podraza, Shauna Tweedy and Madi Scholl (unattached) competed in a handful of multi-events. Podraza won the decathlon shot put, while Tweedy won the heptathlon 100-meter hurdles, high jump and shot put. Scholl was the top finisher in the heptathlon 200 meters.
The Huskers will host the Husker Spring Invitational next Saturday at Ed Weir Stadium. Field events begin at 10 a.m., and running events start at 1:30 p.m.