MONMOUTH, ORE. – The University of Alaska Anchorage won five events on the final day of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships Saturday.

Caroline Kurgat, who the 10,000-meters Friday, followed up with a win in the 5,000 in a time of 16:53.43. She nearly won the 1,500 but was out leaned at the line to finish second in a time of 4:24.68.

Kurgat was named the GNAC Female Track Athlete of the Meet.

Chris Brake posted a pair of podium finishes in the jumps. Brake won the high jump with a leap of 6-7.5. He followed up with a third place showing in the triple jump with a mark of 46-2.

Vanessa Aniteye repeated as the GNAC champion in the 400 with a time of 55.22, and Yemi Knight was fourth (56.41).

Danielle McCormick won a close 800 in a time of 2:08.25.  

The men’s 4x400 team won in a time of 3:14.21. Members of the team included Nicholas Taylor, Darrion Gray, Daniel Remington and Liam Lindsay.

Oshane Hilton ran a school-record time of 10.65 to finish third in the 100. The previous record of 10.68 was set by David Registe in 2011.

Marie Ries finished second in the 200 (24.74) and third in the 100 (12.27). Ries’ time was a personal-best and moved her to fourth-best in school history.

Brandon Nicholson leaped 46-10.25 to place second in the triple jump.

Both the women’s 4x100 (48.46) and 4x400 (3:47.90) relays finished fourth.

Darrion Gray was third in the 200 (21.55) and sixth in the 100 (10.88).

Liam Lindsey finished fourth in the 400 (48.71) and fifth in the 200 (21.86).

Tamara Perez placed sixth (4:37.21) in the 1,500, and Emma Chelimo was seventh (17:33.78) in the 5,000.

The women finished fifth with 100 points and the men were seventh with 72 points.