canada africa partner reservation Airmen, Colorado State Women Claim 2024 Mountain West Outdoor Track & Field Titles – Mountain West Conference

Airmen, Colorado State Women Claim 2024 Mountain West Outdoor Track & Field Titles – Mountain West Conference

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CLOVIS, California – After three days of competition, Air Force captured the 2024 Mountain West Men’s Outdoor Track & Field title, while Colorado State won the 2024 MW Women’s Track & Field Championship at Veterans Memorial Stadium.

The Air Force men finished the match with 226.5 points, winning their eighth men’s title and third in a row. Valk head coach Ryan Cole was named MW Coach of the Year 2024 for the second year in a row.

Colorado State finished second in the standings with 157.5 points. San José State came third with 123 points.

San Jose State freshman Malachi Snow was named the 2024 Mountain West Men’s Track Performer of the Meet after winning a pair of gold medals in the 110-meter hurdles and 100-meter dash. Both performances were Mountain West championship records.

Air powers Texas Tanner was selected as the 2024 Mountain West Men’s Field Performer of the Meet. The sophomore thrower won the hammer throw with a jump of 67.98 meters. In addition, Tanner won the discus throw with a mark of 57.76 meters.

On the women’s side, Colorado State finished with 165 points to win the team title, the most points for a winner since the Rams won the championship in 2016 and marking the Rams ninth MW outdoor title in program history. CSU head coach Brian Bedard was named MW Coach of the Year for the second time in a row.

Colorado State won the women’s competition honors after seniors Sarah Carter was named the MW Women’s Track Performer of the Meet and junior of 2024 Mya Lesnar was selected as the 2024 MW Women’s Field Performer of the Meet. Carter won gold in the 10,000 meters and 5,000 meters, while Lesnar won the individual MW shot put and hammer throw titles.

Utah State sophomore Logan Hammerthe 2024 MW pole vault champion, broke the MW all-time record and the MW championship record after clearing 5.62 meters.

Sophomore at San Jose State Jaden Smith clocked a time of 40.45 in the 400 meter spring, breaking the MW championship record. Smith’s meet record is the third individual sprint record the Spartans have broken during the 2024 championship. Additionally, SJSU’s 4×100 relay team crossed the finish line in 39.34, beating the championship meet time that had stood since 2000.

2024 Mountain West Outdoor Track and Field Championships – Day 3

Women

Discus: Michaela Hawkins, Colorado State, 60.57 meters

Triple jump: Emilia Sjostrand, San José State, 13.67 meters

High jump: Elizabeth Tarczy, Fresno State, 1.76 meters

4×100 relay: San Diego State, 43.96

1500 meters: Salma Elbadra, Wyoming, 4:17.18

100 obstacles: Charlize James, San Diego State, 05/13

400 meters: Shaquena Foote, San Diego State, 52.03

100 meter: Kennedi Porter, UNLV, 11:33

800 meters: Quinn McConnell, Colorado State, 2:04.51

400 obstacles: Maddie Edwards, Utah State, 57.22

200 meters: Kennedi Porter, UNLV, 22.98

5000 meters: Sarah Carter, Colorado State, 4:00:80 PM

4×400 relay: San Diego State, 3:33.78

Gentlemen

Discus: Texas Tanner, Air Force, 57.76 meters

Pole vault: Logan Hammer, Utah State, 5.62 meters

Triple jump: Godwin Charles, Utah State, 15.88 meters

4×100 relay: San Jose State, 39.34

1500 meters: Habtom Samuel, New Mexico, 3:44.04

110 obstacles: Malachi Snow, San Jose State, 1:40 p.m

400 meters: Jaden Smith, San Jose State, 45:40

100 meter: Malachi Snow, San Jose State, 10.14

800 meters: Ryan Birkmeier, Colorado State, 1:49.39

400 obstacles: Darek Hackett, Air Force, 50.03

200 meters: Jaden Smith, San Jose State, 8:63 p.m

5000 meters: Habtom Samuel, New Mexico, 13:51.65

4×400 relay: San Jose State, 3:07.21