Men’s Track & Field

We continue to attract some of the region’s top scholar-athletes, drawn by bright new facilities at Schneider Stadium and an enthusiastic coaching staff.

In 2012, the St. Norbert men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams both placed second at the Midwest Conference meet, their best combined finish in school history.

For the most up-to-date information about men’s track and field, view our press releases web page

Next Up…

Men's Track & Field at Day 2
Midwest Conference Indoor Championship
Men's Track & Field at Carthage College Last Chance Meet
Men's Track & Field at UW-Stevens Point Last Chance Meet
Full Schedule & Results


GRINNELL, Iowa - St. Norbert College is five points out of first place after the first day of the Midwest Conference Indoor Track and Field Championship at Grinnell College. The Green Knights totaled 56 points, five points behind Monmouth College's 61 points. Carroll University is in third place with 32 points. St. Norbert is searching for its first-ever MWC Indoor Track championship,… More

OSHKOSH - St. Norbert College had two school records in field events improved upon as the Green Knights placed second at the UW-Oshkosh Titan Challenge at Kolf Sports Center. The Green Knights registered 151.5 points to take second behind host Oshkosh's 208 points. Carroll University was third with 98.5 points. Evan Broyles set a school record in the weight throw with a toss of… More

MONMOUTH, Ill. - Randy Hill and Taylor Pasterski picked up individual event titles as St. Norbert College competed at the Monmouth College Open at Huff Center. The meet was unscored. Hill took home first place in the triple jump, registering a distance of an even 44 feet. Hill was also fourth in the high jump with a height of 6 feet 1/2 inch. Pasterski turned in a time of 49.60… More

2015 Track & Field Camps

Summer Camps

Camps iconDevelop your skills for next season this summer! Join our coaching staff and members of the current Green Knight track and field team to take your performance to the next level. >>More