Dominique Keel led a quartet of WSU women in the 200m dash with a season-best time of 24.54 seconds.
Pole vaulter Kristine Felix was one of 10 Washington State track and field team competitors to claim victories Friday night at the 38th Annual Vandal Indoor Meet Friday night at the Kibbie Activities Center in Moscow, Idaho.
The WSU Track & Field teams travel eight miles east for a pair of meets in Moscow this weekend.
Dino Dodig won the men's heptathlon with a freshman school record of 5,483 points.
Washington State freshman Alissa Brooks-Johnson won the women's pentathlon and Austin Sodorff won the men's pole vault at Friday's Cougar Indoor/Multis competition at the WSU Indoor Facility on the Pullman campus.
The Cougar Indoor/Multis meets will be held Fri., Jan. 31 & Sat., Feb. 1 at the Washington State Indoor Facility.
Jacob Sealby had two wins and Charlotte Muschamp won a field event for the second week.
Sophomore Dominique Keel led the women's sprinters in the 200m at the Jacksons Invite Friday night in Nampa.
The WSU indoor track and field teams travel to three meets in the state of Idaho this weekend.
Charlotte Muschamp was one of 13 Cougars to win Saturday at the WSU Open meet.
Travis Pickett threw the 35-pound weight a PR of 55-4 3/4 (16.88m) to finish as the runner-up Friday at the WSU Open.
Senior captains John Brenteson and Shaquana Logan are ready to lead the Cougar track teams into the 2014 indoor season.