Arkansas State University's men won the Sun Belt Conference Indoor Championships in Birmingham, Ala., on Tuesday.
The Red Wolves finished with 145 points, edging Texas-Arlington by two points. The University of Arkansas at Little Rock finished last among the seven schools with 15 points.
In the men's competition, Jaylen Bacon led the Red Wolves by winning the 60- (6.62 seconds) and 200-meter dashes (21.02). He also ran on the 1,600-relay team (3:17.44) that finished third.
UALR'S Max Holzmueller finished fifth in the heptathlon with 4,886 points.
On the women's side, Texas State won with 135 points while South Alabama was second with 88.5. Texas-Arlington was third with 85 points and Arkansas State was fourth with 82 points. UALR finished 11th among the 12 teams with 15 points.
Anaelle Charles led the Red Wolves by finished second in the mile run with a school record of 4:51.50. Sarah Michael finished second in the pole vault after clearing 12 feet, 7½ inches. UALR'S Shaneke Watson won the 800 in 2:12.11.
Igbokwe garners third conference honor
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville junior Obi Igbokwe was selected as the SEC Runner of the Week for the third time this season by the league office.
Igbokwe had a personal-best time in the 200 dash of 20.69 seconds at the Arkansas Qualifier. The time was the second fastest in the SEC and ranks him seventh nationally by the NCAA.