The Southern Utah University track & field teams showcased their prowess at the 2024 WAC Indoor Championships, with the men's team seizing the WAC Championship title and the women securing a commendable fifth-place finish. Head Coach Eric Houle expressed his elation saying, "what an awesome conference championship for both men's and women's teams. Performances were beyond what I could have ever imagined.The athletes gave their best in every single event. Both teams will go down as some of the best teams I've ever been blessed to coach."

The men's team dominated the competition with an impressive tally of 171 points, surpassing their rivals by a significant margin of 71.5 points. Dylan Gibson shone brightly, setting personal and school records in the 200m prelim and securing first place in the event. Isaiah Labra showcased his prowess by setting a new school and conference record in the mile run, while Travis Feeny displayed outstanding performance in both the 5000m and 3000m events. Cedar English and Trenton Maurer also contributed significantly, clinching victories and setting records in their respective events.

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On the women's front, Ajia Hughes soared to victory in the high jump, setting a new indoor school record. Madison DeBos and Savannah Nielson delivered commendable performances in the mile run and 60m hurdles, respectively. Josii Johnson and Kimmie Winward showcased their talent in the 800m event, while Makenna Skoczylas displayed her prowess in the pole vault, securing a third-place finish.

With their stellar performances, athletes from both teams have earned qualification for the NCAA D1 Indoor Nationals in Boston. The upcoming meet promises to be a platform for these talented individuals to further showcase their skills and compete at a national level.

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