CLOVIS, Cal. (Wyoming News Now)- Cowgirls' senior, Jerayah Davis became the first Cowgirl to earned the Women's Outstanding Performer at the Mountain West Championships for track & field.
She scored 27 points, winning the 100m (11.35 seconds) and she defended her title in the triple jump (42'7.5 feet), which makes her the first Cowgirl to win an event in back-to-back years at the Mountain West Championships, since Amanda Hopper and Jessica Fox were on the 4x400m relay teams that won two years in a row (2004-2005). Davis also took fourth in the 200m dash, clocking in at 23.57 which was a PR for her, moving her to No. 3 all-time in program history.
Overall the Cowgirls tied for seventh place with 64 points, and the Cowboys finished in sixth with 76 points. Wyoming now waits for the selections of the NCAA West Prelims. Qualifiers will compete in a prelims meet from May 23-25, in Sacramento, California.