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

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Men's Track & Field at Northern Michigan Univ. Invitational
Men's Track & Field at UW-Oshkosh Invitational
Men's Track & Field at UW-Stevens Point Invitational
Full Schedule & Results

Headlines

NAPERVILLE, Ill. - St. Norbert College senior Randy Hill placed in three events to lead the Green Knights at the North Central College Cardinal Opener. The Green Knights finished fifth with 42.5 points. North Central won the meet with 189 points. Hill won the triple jump with a distance of 44 feet 9 inches. He was also fourth in the long jump at 21-4 and tied for sixth in the… More

STEVENS POINT - St. Norbert College began its 2015 track and field season competing in the UW-Stevens Point Quad and Alumni Meet at the UW-Stevens Point Multi-Activity Center. The Green Knights totaled 303 points, finishing second behind Stevens Point's 303. Akeem Edmonds was second in the 200-meter dash with a time of 23.78 seconds, followed by Ryan Grandlic in third place at… More

DE PERE - St. Norbert College sophomore Brad Boockmeier named to the Capital One NCAA Division III Men's Track and Field/Cross Country Academic All-District VI squad, presented by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Boockmeier, a Green Bay native and a graduate of Green Bay Preble High School, holds a 3.83 grade point average with a major in mathematics. At the… 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