Scott Carter's 50-foot, 8.25-inch leap was enough for the senior to defend his Mountain West indoor title at the conference's Indoor Track & Field Championships late Saturday in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Carter was joined by fellow senior Cassidy Meade, who set a new school record in the 800 meters with a time of 2 minutes, 9.77 seconds. Meade finished fifth overall in the event.
Jackson Wood, Jace Marx, Kevin Blackett and Bryce Ailshie, who comprised the Cowboys' 4x400 relay team broke a 17-year old Wyoming record and won the bronze with a time of 3 minutes, 13.46 seconds. That team, as well as Carter, Bryce Ailshie and Jordan Charles were named to the all-conference indoor track team.
Jerayah Davis and Ja'la Henderson were named to the all-conference indoor track team.
The Cowboys finished fifth in the conference while the Cowgirls took 10th.