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 Lawrence Univ. Invitational
Men's Track & Field at Day 1
Midwest Conference Outdoor Championship
Men's Track & Field at Day 2
Midwest Conference Outdoor Championship
Full Schedule & Results


DE PERE - St. Norbert College claimed the team title of the Wisconsin Private College Track and Field Championships by 80 points in the meet held at Schneider Stadium. The Green Knights totaled 250 points to cruise to the team title, well ahead of runner-up Carthage College's 170 points. Ripon College was third with 131 points. Taylor Pasterski won a pair of events, taking the… More

DES MOINES, Iowa - St. Norbert College track and field standouts Dan Sisler and Brad Boockmeier fared well competing in the decathlon at the 106th Annual Drake Relays at Drake Stadium. In an event featuring 25 competitors, including several highly regarded unattached and NCAA Division I athletes, Sisler finished 17th and Boockmeier 19th overall. However, Sisler's 6,417 points is… More

DE PERE - St. Norbert College finished in second place at the St. Norbert Invitational contested at Schneider Stadium. The Green Knights totaled 131 points, finishing 25 points back of first-place UW-River Falls' 156 points. Milwaukee School of Engineering was in third place with 118 points. Randy Hill won both the long jump and triple jump for St. Norbert. Hill turned in a… 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