Berg takes 12th in shot put at NCAA Take and Field Championships

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Birmingham, Ala. (NSUWolves.com) — – The Northern State University Wolves went 3-for-3 with All-American honors from the NCAA Track and Field Championships. Tanner Berg, Tava Berg, and Jordyn Huneke each walked away from the Championships with hardware.

Tanner Berg opened the meet for the Wolves taking 12th in the shot put, earning second team All-American accolades. Berg threw 16.00m (52-06.00).

Tava Berg tallied Northern’s highest finish of the day, placing fifth in the high jump. The junior jumped 1.71m [5-07.25], notching the first All-American honors of her career.

Jordyn Huneke capped off the day with a ninth place finish in the pole vault. She jumped 3.95m [12-11.50], grabbing second team All-America honors. The All-American award is the first of Huneke’s career.

Northern State concludes competition from the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships. The Wolves will open the outdoor season in two weeks at Wayne State, March 26 and 27.