Rolla’s Chantae McMillan became the sixth straight member of the University of Nebraska track team wo win the women’s heptathlon Big 12 Conference crown over the weekend, as McMillan returned to Missouri to capture the league title.


The Husker women’s heptathlete trio of McMillan, Megan Wheatley and Lorena Menghia continued their dominance at the conference meet, adding 22 points to the women’s team total.


McMillan completed the season sweep of the combined events with her first conference heptathlon title, after also winning the pentathlon crown during the indoor season.


Entering day two of the event in first place McMillan kept the pedal to the floor, as she produced the top mark in the first two events of day two, the long jump (18-4 1/4) and javelin (136-6).


She struggled in the 800 meters with a time of 2:43.13, but was able to hold off her teammate and two-time defending champion, Wheatley, in the final standing by eight points, with McMillan scoring 5,349 points and Wheatley producing 5,341 points.


Rolla’s Chantae McMillan became the sixth straight member of the University of Nebraska track team wo win the women’s heptathlon Big 12 Conference crown over the weekend, as McMillan returned to Missouri to capture the league title.

The Husker women’s heptathlete trio of McMillan, Megan Wheatley and Lorena Menghia continued their dominance at the conference meet, adding 22 points to the women’s team total.

McMillan completed the season sweep of the combined events with her first conference heptathlon title, after also winning the pentathlon crown during the indoor season.

Entering day two of the event in first place McMillan kept the pedal to the floor, as she produced the top mark in the first two events of day two, the long jump (18-4 1/4) and javelin (136-6).

She struggled in the 800 meters with a time of 2:43.13, but was able to hold off her teammate and two-time defending champion, Wheatley, in the final standing by eight points, with McMillan scoring 5,349 points and Wheatley producing 5,341 points.