All Conference selections are awarded to the top three finishers in each event at the Indoor Championships, which were held Feb. 21-23 at Nampa, Idaho.
The Wolf Pack athletes honored were:
- Deborah Amoah, triple jump
- Samantha Calhoun, 60 meters
- Samantha Diaz, mile
- Angelica Earls, 60 meters, 200 meters
- Kerrin Simmons, shot put
This year's Men's Indoor Track and Field Coach of the Year is New Mexico's Joe Franklin while San Diego State's Sheila Burrell was honored with the Women's Coach of the Year award.
The Wolf Pack does not have a men's track and field program.
Wyoming junior Mason Finley earned the Men's Outstanding Performer Award after taking top honors in the shot put and second place in the weight throw. Finley, who entered the championships with the nation's second-best recorded shot put distance this season (65-9.75'), reached 65-1.5' in the competition.
San Diego State junior Shanieka Thomas captured the Women's Outstanding Performer Award. Thomas won the triple jump for the second consecutive year, thanks to a jump of 43-9. She is the national-leader in the event this season at 46-2.5. In addition to her triple jump victory, Thomas ran the anchor leg on the Aztecs' victorious 4x400-meter relay, and also finished second in the 400-meters.
The New Mexico men and San Diego State women took home the team titles; the first-ever Mountain West Indoor Championships for either team.