Allie Ostrander won the 3,000-meter run, setting a meet record in the process, Saturday at the Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Ostrander, a 2015 graduate of Kenai Central, passed New Mexico’s Charlotte Prouse entering the final lap and held on to take the sixth Mountain West indoor title of her career, including relays. Her meet-record time is 9 minutes, 11.61 seconds.
The Boise State redshirt junior also took second in the mile Saturday. Ostrander and teammate Alexis Fuller went out with New Mexico’s Weini Kelati, but Kelati was able to take control of the race.
Kelati, a sophomore, won at 4:37.75, smashing the meet record of 4:42.33. Ostrander (4:41.38) and Fuller (4:42.11) also were under the meet record.
The Boise State women finished fifth at the meet with 62 points.