BYU won nine of 13 events Saturday, including the 400-meter relay, anchored by Frank Fredricks. Fredricks won the 200 with a 20.52 over UTEP's Olapade Adeniken, with a 20.71.

Adeniken and Fredricks both ran the 100 in 10.15, breaking San Diego State's track record by .05 seconds, but scorers determined Adeniken had finished first.

The Cougars finished with 279 points, followed by UTEP with 127. San Diego State was third with 92, New Mexico fourth with 82 and Air Force fifth with 70. Wyoming placed seventh with 63 and Utah was eighth with 26.

Brigham Young also ran away with the inaugural women's meet, compiling 245 points.

BYU's Anu Kaljurand and San Diego State's Darla Vaughn were named athletes of the meet.

Kaljurand won the long jump on Friday and ran the 100 hurdles in 13.32. She also was on BYU's 400 relay, which beat San Diego State.

In Bozeman, Mont., A balanced Northern Arizona team, paced by its strong lineup of sprinters, defended its Big Sky Conference outdoor men's track and field championship Saturday.

Weber State sprinter Elizabeth Kealamakia led her team to victory over two-time defending women's champion Northern Arizona, winning the 200 meters and 400 meters and anchoring the Wildcats' winning 1,600-meter relay. She also anchored a 400-meter relay team that finished second to Boise State. Kealamakia was named the meet's outstanding women track athlete.

The Weber State women beat NAU 119-104, and Boise State was three points behind in third.