Spartans Have Historic Day Two At Mountain West Indoor Championships

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Emilia Sjostrand defended her long jump title while others set personal bests as San José State closed out day two of the Mountain West Indoor Championships.


  • Sjostrand matched her all-time record in the long jump at 6.48 meters.
  • Eve Divinity finishes second in Women's Long Jump at 6.34 meters (20' 8.12"), beating out her previous best of 6.23 meters (20' 5.25").
  • Divinity's jump is second all-time at SJSU.
  • Sky Hagan set a new all-time record of 8.11 seconds in the 60-meter hurdles to qualify for Saturday's final.
  • Hagan also set a personal best in the 60-meter dash with a  7.45-second run to qualify for Saturday's final.
  • Alyssa Bean had the second best prelim time in the  400-meter Dash at 53.89, qualifying her for Saturday's final.
  • Lina Schubert finished second in the high jump, matching her all-time record of 1.77 meters.


  • Malachi Snow qualified for Saturday's 60-meter hurdle final with a personal-best 7.75, beating out his previous best time of 7.79 set earlier in February.
  • Demaris Waters also qualified for Saturday's 60-meter hurdle final with a time of 7.93.
  • Christopher Coats qualified for Saturday's 400-meter Dash with a time of 46.76.
  • Jaden Smith also qualified for the 400-meter final with a personal-best 47.61 in the 400-meter Dash.
  • Both Jeremiah Walker and Cameron Tarver finished the 200-meter Dash with a time of 21.11, qualifying for Saturday's final.

UP NEXT: The Spartans continue with their third day at the Mountain West Indoor Championship on Saturday starting at 9 a.m. PT.