Spartans Cap Off Historic Weekend At Mountain West Indoor Championships

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Sky Hagan and Emilia Sjostrand continued their historic weekend with school-record winning performances, while Malachi Snow, Christopher Coats and Jaden Smith all captured gold to lead San José State in the final day of the Mountain West Indoor Track & Field Championships.

The men's team finished third overall, their highest finish ever, with 109 total points, while the women took fifth overall with 60 points.


  • Sjostrand defended her title in the triple jump with an all-time San Jose State and MW record mark of 14.09 meters.
  • The mark currently ranks as the top in the nation.
  • Hagan shattered her previous record in the 60-meter hurdles with an 8.09-second run to earn the Mountain West title and set a meet record.
  • Ar'rieya Harper set a new personal best in the Triple Jump, coming in at 12.39 meters to place seventh.
  • Alyssa Bean, Sarah Mosteller, Savana Dutton and Aliyah Williams finished the 1600-meter relay at 3:40.18, to finish fourth.


  • The Spartans won four races on Saturday as Speed City was on display with wins in the 60-meter hurdles, 60-meter dash, 200-meter dash and 400-meter dash. 
  • Malachi Snow won the 60-meter dash at 6.67, the second all-time record for the event.
  • Snow also finished first in 60-meter hurdles with a time of 7.75, making it the third best all-time record.
  • Demaris Waters followed up with a second-place finish in the 60-meter hurdles at 7.84.
  • San José State claimed the top-four spots in the 200-meter dash. as Christopher Coats won with a time of 20.88, followed by Cameron Tarver at 21.00, Jerimiah Walker at 21.05 Jaden Smith at 21.07.
  • Coats also came in second in the 400-meter dash with a time of 46.31, now the second best all-time mark.
  • Jaden Smith took first place in the 400-meter D]dash at 46.08, a new all-time school record.
  • The Spartan team of Coats, Walker, Harry Overstreet and Smith placed second in the 1600-meter relay.
  • Issac Davis had his best finish of the meet on Saturday as he placed fourth in the Triple Jump at 14.71 meters.

UP NEXT: The Spartans travel to Berkeley, California for the Cal Opener on March 2.