Western Washington University's Emily Warman captured both the long and triple jump as the Viking women won six events and the team title at the University of Puget Sound J.D. Shotwell Track and Field Invitational on Saturday, April 6, at Baker Stadium.
WWU finished with 156 points, 25 more than second-place Seattle Pacific.
Central Washington took the men's championship with 166-1/2 points to 145-1/2 for the Vikings.
"It was a solid day for us, but because of the weather, it wasn't conducive to national marks and we were definitely not at full strength," WWU coach Pee Wee Halsell said.
Warman led a 1-2-3 finish in the long jump with a leap of 18-1/2, and she took the triple jump with a mark of 37-8 3/4.
Other event winners for the WWU women were Lindsay Wells in the hammer (156-0), Cheyenna Pinley in the pole vault (11-5 3/4), Tanya Bjornsson in the 100 meters (12.61) and Amber Dodd in the 400 hurdles (1:05.50).
Bjornsson also was second in the long jump (17-0) and third in the 200 (26.47).
Three Viking men had first-place finishes. They were Logan Myers in the 110 hurdles (15.14), Keenan Komoto in the pole vault (13-11/3/4) and Chip Jackson in the 5,000 (15:10.97).
WWU next hosts the Ralph Vernacchia Invitational on Friday and Saturday, Apr, 12-13, at Bellingham's Civic Stadium.