BROOKINGS, S.D. — The North Dakota State men's and women's track and field teams both won the Summit League Indoor Track and Field Championships Sunday afternoon.
The Bison women placed first with 225 points, ahead of South Dakota, which finished in second at 146 points. NDSU senior Jennie Baragar-Petrash was named the Track Championship MVP, winning the mile and the 5000m, along with a 3000m title she won on Saturday.
Akealy Moton won the shot put, throwing 56-11.25 (17.35), which set a new Summit League meet record. In addition, Jodi Lipp secured the triple jump title. Daejha Moss won the high jump title, while Peyton Frolek won the 800m title, her second straight Summit League title in that event.
The NDSU men won with 200 points, while South Dakota State finished in second with 164.5 points.
The Bison won the 4X400m relay, with Darrien Lipscomb, Adrian Harris, Jacob Rodin and Cody Roder posting a time of 3:11.04. Alex Talley was named the Field Championship MVP, claiming the shot put title and the weight throw competition. Brandon Lewis won the triple jump, while Tony Ukkelberg won the heptathlon with 5,366 points.