Boise State's Daveon Collins was named the Mountain West Outstanding Performer after he won the 100-meter and 200-meter races in Las Vegas.
He was also a member of the victorious 4x400-meter relay team. Collins set the school record in the 200, clocking 20.57 seconds.
Two other school records fell: Jordin Andrade won the 400 hurdles (50.11) and Mackenzie Flannigan broke finished third in the 200 (23.68). Also, Matt Post won the hammer throw (209 feet, 4 inches), and Tessa Murray won the 5,000 in a stadium-record time of 16:45.29.
Air Force won the men's title, and Boise State finished in fourth. San Diego State dominated the field to win the women's title and the Bronco women took seventh.