David Rotich led the 800-meter run from start to finish crossing the line with a winning time of 1:51.91 at the UNI-Dome Open.
In the same event, it came down to the finish line as freshmen Johnny Reel and Richard Newton took third and fourth with times of 1:56.23 and 1:56.36, respectively.
Kellen Burl set a personal-record in the 60-meter hurdles taking third place with a time of 8.06. Teammate Eric Parker finished fourth with a time of 8.23 and ISU's Sterling Frison finished sixth (8.48).
Freshman Gabe Kimpson clocked a time of 50.71 in the 400-meters to take fourth.
In the field events, throwers Kendall Fogle and Chase Madison took second and third with throws of 60-5 ¾ and 59-2 1/4, respectively. Isi Oamen leapt 22-11 in the long jump to take second.
Freshman sprinter Leia Jackson led
the way for the Cyclone women with her second and third-place finishes.
"The meet gave our young kids another race and more experience," women's head coach Dick Lee said.
Dawn Caffrey clocked a 3,000-meter time of 10:50.33 to earn fourth place and freshman hurdler Megan Nielsen took seventh in the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 9.29.
On the field, Nicole Teitsworth tossed 46-3 ¼ to earn sixth in the weight throw and Amy Waggoner earned seventh in the shot (39-7 ¼).
Up next for the Cyclones will be
the Big 12 conference meet in