The Wichita State men's track and field team won the Missouri Valley Conference team title on Sunday in the MVC Championships at Normal, Ill., behind three titles from MVC most valuable athlete Tyler Simmons.
WSU coach Steve Rainbolt was named the men's coach of the year and the Shocker women finished second. Southern Illinois won the women's title.
Simmons, who won the long jump on Saturday, added titles in the 100-meter dash and combined with Chris Dickman, Justin Smith and Todd McKown to win the 400 relay.
McKown added an individual title in the 110 hurdles. Josh Crawford repeated as the MVC champion in the triple jump.
It was the first outdoor title for the WSU men since 2004.
On the women's side, Audacia Moore won two events for the Shockers, taking first in the 100 and the 200, where she won by more than a half-second.
Tonya Nero added another title for the WSU women in the 5,000, an event Wsu went 1-2 in with Leah Thompson finishing second.
SIU discus thrower Jessica McCall was named the most valuable athlete on the women's side, and SIU coach Connie Price-Smith was named the women's coach of the year.