College of Idaho junior Hillary Holt won the 3,000 meters (10:00.77) and the mile (4:49.49) at the NAIA Indoor Track and Field Championships in Geneva, Ohio, on Saturday.
The 2010 graduate of Mountain View High also led the distance medley relay team to a title, joining Sora Klopfenstein, Jasmine Sibert and Elynn Smith to produce a school-record time of 11:49.70.
Holt, who was named NAIA Womens Oustanding Performer, previously won national titles in the 1,500 (2012 outdoor season) and in cross country (2012).
Klopfenstein, a junior from Meridian High, earned her fourth NAIA All-American honor by placing sixth in the 3,000 (10:19.18). The women finished fifth in the team race, the best finish in school history.
The men finished in a tie for 13th place, fueled by Boise High graduate Greg Montgomery, who finished fourth in the mile (4:13.74) and helped the distance medley relay team to a third-place finish (9:58.10).
Montgomery became the most decorated Coyotes athlete in history, winning his eighth and ninth All-American honors.