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 and Andrea Abrams both placed third in their respective 3,000m and 60m hurdles events.