The St. Scholastica women and Wisconsin-Superior men each repeated as UMAC outdoor track and field champions Saturday at Malosky Stadium.

The Saints women totaled 212 points to hold off UWS by 28 points and win their 13th conference title in the last 14 years.

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Saints senior Sammi Argir of Chisholm claimed the 100 meters by finishing in 12.56 seconds and also anchored the 400 relay team that consisted of Anika Kling, Breanna Shofner of International Falls and Mel Avinon, which won with a meet record time of 49.20. The same quartet captured the 1,600 relay in 4:06.16.

Casey Hovland won two events - the 1,500 by nine seconds with a season-best time of 4:46.84 and the 5,000 with a meet-record time of 18:07.84 - to close her career.

The Yellowjackets' Maria Mazo won the 100 hurdles by two-hundredths of a second, while teammate Taylor Phillips won the shot put and discus titles and Svenja Ruehl won her third consecutive triple jump title.

In the men's event, UWS cruised to a third straight title with 289 points as Jordan Koski beat the field by almost 20 seconds in the 5,000 in 15:37.86 and Proctor's Henry Habermann won the high jump with a leap of 6-0.75.