The Mountaineer Fieldhouse played host to the 2022 RMAC Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships on Feb. 25 and 26.

The women’s team took fourth out of 13 teams, with the men finishing sixth out of 12 teams.

The final tallies:

Read more on RMAC’s website.

Without further ado, let’s get into the photos!

Amaya Booker fights through the finish. Booker, a senior, finished fourth in the women’s 200 with a time of 24.94.
Katie Doucette edges out another runner to take third in the women’s mile run with a time of 5:06.48. She also finished fifth in the women’s 3000
Western multi specialist and junior Hayden Ell competes in the pole vault portion of the heptathlon, where Ell tied for first with a height just over 15 feet. Ell finished fourth in the heptathlon with 4987 points, landing him in third on Western’s all-time score list. Photo: Kayla Kimball
Mountaineer Michael Grabowski chugs along.
Eireann Donohoe leaps through the air. Donohue jumped 5.61 meters, landing in third place in the women’s long jump. She also took sixth in the women’s triple jump
Lexie Thiros pushes through, finishing 3rd in the women’s 5000 meters, finishing fifth in the large field with a time of 18:40.17
Dantzler races for the line
Mackenzie Burt strides in the women’s 400, earning second in the race and fourth all time on the Mountaineer record list with a time of 57.88. Here, she runs the last leg of the women’s 4×400 relay. The team took third with a time of 3:55.68
A pack of 3000-meter runners, including Mountaineer Cade Michael
Kyle Yonker took third in the men’s pole vault.
Aidan Grant, freshman Heptathlete for the Mountaineers
Mountaneer sophomore Choying O’Brien soars through the air, finishing sixth in the pole vault
Grabowski leads the pack.