Helen Crofts helped Simon Fraser University win three of its four track titles at the Great Northwest conference indoor championships in Nampa, Idaho this weekend.
Crofts defended her women's 800-metre title, repeating as the NCAA Division II conference champion in a winning time of 2:12.29.
Crofts also shared in the Clan's wins in the 4x400m and distance relays.
The No. 1-seeded distance team of Crofts, Lindsey Butterworth, Michaela Kane and Chantal Desch finished nine seconds ahead of runner-up Alaska Anchorage in a winning time of 11:47.86.
Crofts, Sarah Sawatsky, Kane and Desch also won the 1,600m relay in a new meet record time of 3:48.36.
Sawatsky and Kane placed second and fourth, respectively, behind Crofts in the individual 800m final, narrowly missing a podium sweep in the event.
Desch had an impressive individual debut at the conference championships, placing second in the 400m and fifth in the 200m in career-fastest times.
Butterworth was SFU's first individual champion of the meet, defending last year's mile title and bettering that time by almost nine seconds with a 4:58.09 clocking.
Kirsten Allen placed on the podium in the women's 3,000m, finishing third in a time of 10:18.83.
Hurdler Andrea Abrams placed third in the women's 60m finals, running a personal-best time of 8.88 seconds.
Freshman Kim Neville-Rutherford was fourth in the women's high jump with a leap of 1.61m. Jade Richardson came sixth in the shot put.
Ryley Carr moved up to finish seventh in the women's weight throw, heaving a personal-best 13.77m. Mercedes Rhode also placed seventh in the long jump.
The Clan women's team finished fourth overall, while the men's team placed ninth.
The men's distance relay team of keir Forster, James Young, Adam Reid and Stuart Ellenwood opened the two-day meet with a runner-up finish.
Ellenwood placed fourth in the men's 400m in a time of 50.23.
Cameron Proceviat of Burnaby was seventh in the 800m in a 1:55.47 personal-best.
Jerry He was sixth in the men's long jump and Dkay Ayivor had a personal-best leap of 1.91m in the high jump to place ninth. Luca Molinari of Burnaby also placed ninth in the weight throw.