Logan, Utah --- The San José State University women's track & field team concluded the Mountain West Outdoor Track & Field Championships in 11th place with 33 points.
The Spartans scored seven points on the final day of the championship. Cambree Harbaugh accounted for five of the seven with her fourth-place finish in the triple jump. She jumped 12.25 meters to secure fourth place .
Jade Childs picked up a point for SJSU in the 100-hurdles with her eighth-place finish. She clocked a season-best 13.81 to score her seventh team point of the championship. She would pick up an eighth point with her eighth-place finish in the javelin throw with a distance of 36.17 meters. Childs accounted for six points with her fifth-place result in the heptathlon during the first two days of the championship.
San José State's 4x100-meter relay team scored another point by clocking a 48.80.
The Spartans' 33 points ties the most points at an outdoor conference championship in the short three-year history of the program. The meet was highlighted by a huge result in the long jump on Friday when Destiny Longmire came away as the champion and led a trio of Spartans that combined for 19 points in the event.
San Diego State with 159.50 points is the 2017 Mountain West champion.
Keep an eye on SJSUSpartans.com to see how many Spartans will be competing in the NCAA West Preliminary Championships. The announcement will be made next week.
- San Diego State (159.50)
- Colorado State (134)
- UNLV (93)
- Nevada (92.50)
- Fresno State (67)
- Boise State (61)
- Air Force (59)
- Utah State (42.50)
- New Mexico (41.50)
- Wyoming (36)
- San José State (33)
DAY THREE RESULTS
- San Diego State, 42.99; 2. UNLV, 43.81; 3. Colorado State, 44.79; 8. San José State, 48.80.
- Micha Auzenne, San Diego State, 12.97; 2. Taylor Pegram, UNLV, 13.15; 3. Mofiyinfoluwa Olusola, Nevada, 13.27; 8. Jade Childs, San José State, 13.81.
Triple Jump Finals
- Janell Hadnot, New Mexico, 12.86m; 2. Brittany Graves, Nevada, 12.42; 3. Je'Neal Ainsworth, San Diego State, 12.41m; 4. Cambree Harbaugh, San José State, 12.25m; 11. Kolbi Sims, San José State, 11.48m.
5,000 Meter Finals
- Alice Wright, New Mexico, 16:17.42; 2. Allie Ostrander, Boise State, 16:20.45; 3. Janelle Lincks, Colorado State, 16:24.15; 13. Jeanette Zambrano, San José State, 17:36.42; 15. Adilene Aldapa, San José State, 17:42.16.
- Kaysee Pilgrim, UNLV, 1.90m; 2. Shelley Spires, Air Force, 1.87m; 3. Nicole Wadden, Nevada, 1.84m; 10. Kolbi Sims, San José State, 1.65m; 13. Natalia Gutierrez, San José State, 1.60m.
- Vanja Spaic, Fresno State, 49.71m; 2. Katia Coquis, Nevada, 47.83m; 3. Melody Harris, San Diego State, 41.43m; 8. Jade Childs, San José State, 36.17m.