Oklahoma State's men’s and women’s track teams finished in the top five in the Big 12 Indoor Championships in Ames, Iowa.
The men’s team placed fourth with 93 points, and the women’s team came in third with an aggregate score of 88 points.
In the men’s 60-meter hurdles, Donovan Nunley became the first Cowboy in Big 12 track and field history to score for OSU.
Molly Sughroue won the Big 12 women’s title in the mile run, while Anna Boyert and Kaytlyn Larson finished at third and fourth.
Josh Thompson successfully defended his mile title, and Craig Nowak finished in second. Nowak ended his Big 12 indoor career on top with his second win of the weekend during the men’s 3,000-meter run.
Thompson also finished first in the men’s 1,000-meter race, while Matthew Fayers took third for the Cowboys.
Abbie Hetherington became the Big 12 champion in the women’s 1,000-meter event with a time of 2 minutes, 46.18 seconds.
Malik Givens placed third in the men’s 60-meter dash in 6.71.
Brandon Singleton and Amira Coleman finished in sixth in the men’s and women’s 600-yard run, respectively.
In the women’s 800-meter run, Cowgirls Kaela Edwards, Savannah Camacho and Kaylee Dodd took first, third and fourth, respectively.
Edwards won her school-record sixth Big 12 title at the Indoor Championship.