Minnesota Duluth swept the top five places in the men's 400-meter hurdles and the top three places in the 1,500 en route to claiming the team title Saturday at the Carleton Relays in Northfield, Minn.

Austin Have (55.04 seconds) led the wave of Bulldogs across the line in the 400 hurdles, while Cole Lebourgeois (4 minutes, 4.17 seconds), Jonathan Tostenson and Jake Kluver went 1-2-3 in the metric mile.

UMD sophomore Nate Hoglund, who anchored the second-place team in the 400 relay, won the 100 in 10.86 seconds, junior Dan Clark won the pole vault with a 14-foot, 10-inch vault and the 1,600 relay squad blazed across first in 3:23.39.

UMD scored 199 points in a meet otherwise comprised of Division III schools.

• The UMD women produced three individual champions and a winning relay team at Friday's Lady Bear Twilight meet at Concordia-St. Paul.

Senior All-American Danielle Kohlwey took top honors in the 100 hurdles, posting an NCAA Division II-automatic qualifying time of 13.48. Freshman Alexandra Wolf leaped 5-4.25 in the high jump and senior MaryPat Thune captured the javelin crown with a toss of 115-2.

Kohlwey teamed with seniors Allie Stalboerger and Hanna Frekot and sophomore Natalie Peller to win the 400 relay in 48.62. Kohlwey also placed second in the 400 hurdles (1:03.22) as did Wolf in the 100 (12.85) and sophomore Lindsay Maruska in the triple jump (36-11).