The junior from Meridian, Idaho, not only won the triple jump but her distance of 12.29 meters is a college best and ranks tied for 50th in the NCAA West Region.
The top-48 long jumpers in the region will compete at the NCAA Championship West Preliminaries in Austin, Texas on May 25-27.
Harbaugh’s winning distance in the long jump was 5.80 meters. Teammate Kelsey Johnson-Upshaw finished third with a distance of 5.39 meters.
Next up for the Spartans is the Mountain West Women’s Track & Field Championships on May 10-13 in Logan, Utah.
- Cambree Harbaugh, San José State, 5.80m; 2. Tia Cooke, Sacramento State, 5.40m; 3. Kelsey Johnson-Upshaw, San José State, 5.39m.
- Cambree Harbaugh, San José State, 12.29m; 2. Nirie Boglino, Sacramento State, 11.98m; 3. Haley Hudson, UC Davis, 10.00m.
- Jurnee Woodward, Unattached, 13.78w; 2. Rod Jett, Unattached, 13.80m; 3. Andrea Stark, Auc, 14.45; 7. Jayla Williams, San José State, 15.19w;
- Amari Sperling, Sacramento State, 12.69; 2. Diamond Tabron, San José State, 12.76w; 3. Jayla Williams, San José State, 12.93w; 5. Breya Carter, San José State, 13.01.
- Jurnee Woodward, Unattached, 25.13; 2. Joy Weems, Sacramento State, 25.65; 3. Amari Sperling, Sacramento State, 25.74; 5. Breya Carter, San José State, 26.76.