COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The NCAA released the qualifiers for the 2024 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships, which will be held at The Track at New Balance in Boston, Massachusetts, from March 8-9.

The Mountain West has 10 student-athletes that have qualified for the NCAA championships in 13 different events.

Colorado State has two student-athletes competing at the NCAA championships. Mya Lesnar and Gabi Morris both qualified for the shot put, while Lesnar also qualified for the weight throw competition. Lesnar enters the NCAA championship with the top shot put mark in the nation, a MW record 19.10 meters, and ranks 13th in the weight throw (22.06 meters). Morris joins Lesnar in the top 15 in the country in shot put, throwing the 12th-best mark (17.44 meters) in the nation this season.

New Mexico is sending two athletes to the 2024 NCAA championship meet with Evans Kiplagat running in the 5,000-meter race and Habtom Samuel competing in the 3,000-meter and 5,000-meter races. Habtom swept the gold medals at the Mountain West championship in the 3,000-meter and 5,000-meter races, breaking the MW championship record in both long distance races. Kiplagat finished second in the 5k at the Conference meet with a time of 14:11.14.

San José State’s Emilia Sjostrand qualified for both the long jump and triple jump, while Sky Hagan will run in the 60-meter hurdles. Hagan broke the MW championship record after crossing the finish line in 8.09. Sjostrand defended her MW triple jump title with an all-time MW record jump of 14.09 meters. She also won her second MW long jump title in a row with a jump of 6.34 meters.

Wyoming is sending two athletes to the NCAA championship after Kareem Mersal and Remar Pitter both qualified in the long jump. Mersal qualified with a mark of 8.02 meters at the Air Force Lindeman Classic and Pitter qualified with a jump of 7.88 meters at the Wyoming Power Meet.

Fresno State’s Rachela Pace qualified for the women’s triple jump competition with a jump of 13.40 meters at the Don Kirby Invitational.

San Diego State’s Xiamara Young also qualified for the triple jump competition. Young’s second-place jump of 13.42 meters at the MW championship earned her a spot at the NCAA championship.

For more information about the 2024 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championship, click here.