The Gophers won five titles in women's track and field on Day 2 of the Jack Johnson Classic at the University of Minnesota Fieldhouse.

Titania Markland took first in the 400-meter run. Her time of 54.62 seconds was the fourth-best indoors in program history. Kimberly Golding won the 60 hurdles in a program-record 8.32 seconds.

Lindsey Thorpe won the weight throw with a toss of 63 feet, 2¼ inches. Heta Tuuri cleared 5-10 to take first in the high jump.

The Gophers also won the 4x400 relay, which Markland anchored. The relay finished in a season-best 3:42.57.

Weight throw mark set

On the men's side, Gophers senior Sean Donnelly, competing unattached, set a meet record in the weight throw at the Jack Johnson Classic with a toss of 71-10¼. Teammate Nick Bachinski won the high jump, clearing a career-best 7-½.

Gophers sweep in pool

Minnesota men's and women's swimming and diving teams both won two-day double dual meets against Northwestern and Purdue in Evanston, Ill.

The men beat Northwestern 230-22 and Purdue 224-129. Darryl Turner, Paul Fair and Bowe Becker swam on both the winning 200 freestyle and 400 medley relays.

The women defeated Northwestern 245-108 and Purdue 191-162.

Lauren Votava won the 100 freestyle and swam on the winning 200 freestyle relay. Yu Zhou won on the 1-meter springboard to sweep the diving events

U gymnasts win

The No. 18 Gophers women's gymnastics team earned its fourth straight victory, beating host Ohio State 196.075-194.900.

Bailie Holst of the Gophers took first on the uneven bars (9.975), Abby DeMuse in the floor exercise (9.875) and Lindsay Mable on beam (9.900) and in the all-around (39.150).

In a men's meet at the Sports Pavilion, the Gophers beat Nebraska 435.150-428.100. Zach Liebler of Minnesota took first in floor exercise (15.800), Paul Montague in rings (14.600), Justin Karstadt on vault (15.050) and Jalon Stephens in horizontal bar (14.850).

U routs two tennis foes

The Gophers defeated Wisconsin-Milwaukee 7-0 and South Dakota 6-1 at the Baseline Tennis Center in women's tennis. With those wins, the Gophers are 5-1 overall and 4-0 at home.

Maja Vujic won 6-1, 7-5 in the closest singles match against Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She was down 5-2 in the second set before rallying at fifth singles.