The Nebraska men are in first place at the end of the first day in Ann Arbor, Michigan, for the Big Ten Indoor Championships.
York graduate Mayson Conner claimed the high jump conference title with a leap of 7 feet, 3¾ inches.
That jump was a personal record for Conner and it registered at ninth in Nebraska history for high jump.
Nebraska has a 41-30 lead over second-place Penn State after one day of competition.
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Elijah Lucy also earned a conference title with a long jump of 25-2 feet.
The Husker women are in fourth place, behind Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan State, after first day. Nebraska is only 12 points behind Indiana after one day of competition.
Shylia Riley got runner-up in the long jump finals with a leap of 20-¼.
Andy Jacobs got third place in the pole vault for NU, clearing 13-3.