College of Idaho sophomore Hillary Holt ran the fastest indoor mile in the NAIA this season, leading a talented Coyote contingent at the Boise State Team Challenge at the Jackson's Indoor Track.
The Boise native won the "A" heat - featuring top NCAA Division I talent, in a time of 4:56.02, the first time a Lady Yote has cracked the five minute barrier. Her time puts her atop the top times heading into the NAIA Indoor National Championships in Geneva, Ohio.
Both Greg Montgomery and Dominic Bolin also had success in the mile - Montgomery placing second in 4:16.28, improving his NAIA "A" standard, with Bolin in third (4:17.25), hitting the NAIA "A" mark.
The Yotes also had a fabulous showing in the heptathlon, as Austin Basterrechea crushed his own school record with a 4,962 point total. Teammate Mike Hurd hit the NAIA "A" standard as well with 4,759 points - as the duo both broke the pole vault record with marks of 12-11 1/2.
More to follow later tonight.