FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- Despite the cold weather, the Weber State women's cross country team continued its dream season with an impressive victory at the NCAA Mountain Region championships on Friday afternoon.
Weber State scored 63 points to top New Mexico (95) and host Colorado (107). Southern Utah finished an impressive fourth, with Utah sixth and BYU seventh. Utah Valley and Utah State rounded out the top 10.
Weber State's Amber Henry ran third overall, in 20:18.4.
Sarah Callister was eighth, with Taylor Thornley (13), Jamie Stokes 17th and Laken Hintze 22nd.
The men's 10K race was even tighter as Weber State finished fifth in a tightly-bunched field.
Northern Arizona edged BYU and Colorado for the top spot, giving the Big Sky the region titles in both men and women.
New Mexico was fourth, with WSU fifth, Utah Valley seventh, Southern Utah eighth, and Utah State 14th.
The Wildcats were led by John Coyle, who finished 17th overall. Jason Nance (28th), Trevor Ricks (30th), Mike Hardy (60th) and Thomas Worob (61st) rounded out WSU's scoring.