Morningside's Megan Glisar literally set the bar in the first meet of her Mustang career, clearing 5 feet, 10 inches for a new school record. Glisar wrapping up the indoor season with a national championship.
The sophomore from Sergeant Bluff beat out Siena Heights' Phoenix Duncan in a sudden death jump-off, clearing 5 feet, 8-3/4 inches.
Northwestern's Matt Huseman claimed the Men's high jump title.
The Morningside Mustangs 4x800 team also won the relay championship.
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