San Diego State's women's track and field team competed in various events on the first day of the Mountain West Championships. Vanessa Cabello secured points for the Aztecs, while Jenna Fee Feyerabend excelled in the heptathlon. Seven Aztecs qualified for event finals, showcasing a strong start for the team.

By the Numbers
  • Feyerabend totaled 3,388 points on day one of the heptathlon.
  • Alex Lomeli clocked a season-best time of 2:06.89 in the 800m event.
State of Play
  • Fresno State leads the team standings with 35 points, followed by Colorado State and Nevada.
  • The Aztecs had strong showings in events like the 200m, 800m, and 400m hurdle prelims, with multiple athletes qualifying for finals.
What's Next

Day two of the Mountain West Championships will feature the conclusion of the heptathlon and additional events starting in the evening.

Bottom Line

The San Diego State women's track and field team showcased promising performances on day one of the championships, setting a strong foundation for upcoming events and demonstrating their competitive prowess in various disciplines.