Minnesota-Morris won the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championship for the first time in program history Saturday, holding off St. Scholastica by 24 points.
The Cougars garnered 139 points to become the first team other than St. Scholastica to win the conference indoor title.
CSS had 115 points while Wisconsin-Superior was sixth with 44 points.
McKenzie Williams (60-meter hurdles) and Melissa Geisenhof (pole vault) earned individual victories for the Saints while they also won the 1,600 relay.
Host Minnesota State-Mankato won its tenth-straight NSIC Men's Indoor Track & Field Championship in one of the closest finishes this century, with 201.5 points to edge Augustana by a point and a half.
Minnesota State’s Denisha Cartwright won the 200 open and 60 hurdles and finished second in the 60 open as the Mavericks won their fourth NSIC Women’s Indoor Track & Field Championship at Myers Field House.
UMD finished 10th among men’s teams and ninth among women’s teams.