The Northern State University decathletes concluded the NSIC multi events earning four team points for the Wolves men’s track and field team.
TJ Hochstetler led the team finishing in sixth overall with 5,814 points.
Hochstetler opened the second day of competition finishing with a time of 16.51 in the 110m hurdles. He moved to the field events where he threw 30.48m in the discus and 42.26m in the javelin.
The junior cleared 3.90m in the pole vault and capped off his day running a 4:59.83 in the 1500m run.
Bryce Malsam finished second on the team in eighth overall with 5,814 total points.
Malsam tallied tines of 16.06 in the 110m hurdles and 5:20.57 in the 1500m run. The freshman threw 26.99 in the discus and 39.85m in the javelin. He was one of the top pole vaulters at the multi, clearing 4.20m.
Kelson Brewer landed in 11th overall with 5,539 points. Brewer notched times of 17.31 in the 110m hurdles and 4:45.71 in the 1500m run. He also cleared 4.20m in the pole vault, and threw 23.50m in the discus and 33.57m in the javelin.
Deveyonn Brown rounded out the field for the Wolves in 12th place with 5,294 points. Brown ran the fastest NSU time in the 110m hurdle, hitting the line at 16.46. He ran a 5:19.72 in the 1500m run and cleared 3.10m in the pole vault. In the throwing events, Brown notched marks of 21.66m in the discus and 35.87m in the javelin.
The Wolves resume competition on May 5 from the NDSU Tune-up. The NSIC Championships are also set for May 12-13, hosted by Concordia-St. Paul.
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