Hall sets record, UM finishes 2nd at BSC Championships

Montana Senior Lindsey Hall scored 24 points Saturday at the Big Sky Conference Championships, giving her a league-record 43 for the outdoor meet. Hall was also named Most Valuable Athlete after leading the Montana women's track and field team to a second-place finish.

Hall was entered in the heptathlon, plus five more individual events at the championships. She won the multi-events and did not finish lower than a tie for fourth in the others.

Her 43 points are the most ever by an athlete at a Big Sky outdoor championships, men or women, and her 100 career points match the women's record held by Boise State's Carmel Major (1984-87).

Hall's points helped Montana match its best finish at the Big Sky outdoor championships and gave the Grizzlies their third top-three finish in the last five years.

Women's standings
1. Northern Arizona, 135
2. Montana, 119.5
3. Montana State, 110
4. Portland State, 89
5. Eastern Washington, 84
6. Northern Colorado, 60
7. Weber State, 57
8. Sacramento State, 55
9. Southern Utah, 53
10. North Dakota, 34
11. Idaho State, 21.5

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