Penn State continued its winning ways, winning its seventh conference championship of the 2016-2017 academic year. The latest Big Ten title comes to the Nittany Lion men's track & field team, its first Big Ten championship in program history. The men's outdoor track team rolled up 117 points over the three-day meet.
Isaiah Harris became a four-time Big Ten champion, with a victory in the 800m. Malik Moffett took home titles in the long jump with 26-feet and ran a 19.87 second in the 200m, both setting PSU records. Both were instrumental in the team title for PSU.
The Nittany Lion men's squad had several athletes who were honored by the conference, including:
Men’s All-Big Ten First-Team:
Men’s All-Big Ten Second-Team:
The Penn State men's track & field team joins six other Lion squads who have won Big Ten conference championships this year, including field hockey, football, men's ice hockey, women's soccer, women's indoor track & field and wrestling. Men's volleyball also won the EIVA championship, bringing the annual total to eight.