Honolulu, Hawaii - The New Mexico State women's track and field squad is tied for fifth place after three days of competition at the WAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Honolulu, Hawaii.
The Aggies, who have accumulated 28 points to this stage, are tied with the University of Idaho for fifth. Leading the conference meet to this point is the University of Nevada with 53 points, followed by Utah State (49), Hawaii (37), Louisiana Tech (34), NM State and Idaho (28), Boise State (23), and Fresno State (21).
NM State has garnered one win so far in the meet with sisters Camille and Courtney Schultz finishing first and second in the 10,000m race. Camille crossed the line first with a time of 36:53.48, earning the team 10 points, while Courtney was right behind with a time of 36:53.75, earning the team eight points.
Also accumulating points for the Aggies was Chelsa McDonnell who finished fourth in the 3,000m steeplechase with a time of 10:55.99, rewarding her with five points. Zoe Meade has totaled three points in her performances where she placed eighth in the high jump with a leap of 1.65m (5-05.00) earning a point, and seventh in the Heptathlon with 4,836 points earning two more points. Madelyn Stoltze also earned two points for her seventh place finished in the 10,000m, where she ran a 38:28.01.
The Aggies continue the WAC Championships today with the final day competition. Check back tomorrow at www.nmstatesports.com for final results.