Women's Team Ranked 14th Nationally
Feb. 26, 2018


The Boise State women’s track and field team exits the Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Championships as the 14th-ranked team in the nation, the US Cross Country and Track and Field Coaches Association (USTFCCA) announced, Monday. The Broncos rose 29 spots up from 43rd – the biggest jump of any team in the top 15.

The ranking is tied for the second-highest ranking in program history. The women’s team was ranked No. 14 in the week three poll of the 2017 season, and peaked at 11th the previous week. The ranking places the women fifth in the West Region.

Bids to the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships are set to be announced on Wednesday, and Boise State is likely to receive bids for six athletes to the national championships. The women’s distance medley relay currently holds the fastest time in the nation, while Sadi Henderson, Allie Ostrander and Clare O’Brien hold top 16 times in their respective individual events.

The most athletes the Broncos have ever sent to a single indoor national championship is three (1996).

The men’s team is currently ranked 11th in the West Region.  

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