The Broncos’ magic number at the Mountain West Outdoor Track and Field Championships was six — six individual championships and both teams finished sixth in the team race Saturday. Individual titles were won by senior Mackenzie Flannigan (women’s 100, 11.44; and 200, 23.31); senior Marisa Howard (women’s 5,000, 16:08.10; and 3,000 steelplechase, 9:57.56); senior David Elliott (men’s 1,500, 3:52.30); and senior Jordin Andrade (men’s 400 hurdles, 50.39). Colorado State won the men’s and women’s championships.
BIG SKY TRACK AND FIELD: Idaho and Idaho produced three winners at the league championships in Cheney, Wash. The lone Vandals’ champion was junior Katelyn Peterson of Fairfield/Camas County High (women’s high jump, 5-8). The Bengals swept the pole vault, with senior Caitlin Maulin of Boise High taking the women’s title (13-7.75) and junior Steven Wacker grabbing the men’s (16-5.5). The team standings included the Idaho men (12th place out of 12) and women (11th), and the Idaho State men (sixth) and women (10th). Sacramento State took the women’s title, while Sacramento State and Northern Arizona shared the men’s crown.
IDAHO MEN’S GOLF: The Vandals finished tied for 10th at the NCAA Regionals in San Diego. Freshman Daniel Sutton tied for 21st (3-over 219) at The Farms Golf Club.
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