Behind Akela Jones and her NCAA-leading 1.93m jump, K-State went 1-2-3-T7 in the high jump, racking up 24.42 points to leap into first place. Kim Williamson was second, Rhizlane Siba third, and Rachel Proteau was part of a seven-way tie for seventh.
But that's not all. Jones immediately followed up her high jump title by winning the 60m hurdles. K-State actually lost five points to Texas in the event, as the Longhorns went 3-4-5, but the Wildcats still lead Texas by 13.42 points after nine events.
The men, meanwhile, are in second place following the men's 60m hurdles, trailing Texas by only 4.5 points.
Stay tuned for more as the Wildcats chase their first indoor track titles in 40 years.