The Kansas State women’s track and field team is your 2018 Big 12 Outdoor Track and Field Champion, successfully defending the title won last year.

This is the first back-to-back conference title wins since the women won the conference in 2001 and 2002. Kansas State is also the only back-to-back champion in Big 12 history ever, with the exception of now-departed Texas A&M, where the women’s team won the title every year from 2007 to 2011.
The women’s team finished with 135 points, just four points ahead of runner-up Texas. This is the third closest finish in Big 12 history. The Wildcats went wire-to-wire atop the scoreboard, opening up the scoring with a dominant performance in the hammer throw—led by Big 12 champion Janee’ Kassanavoid—on Day 1.

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