BRIEF: Men’s track takes MPSF title February 28, 2011 0 Comments Share tweet Matt Bettonville By: Matt Bettonville The men’s indoor track team’s 107.5 points topped Arizona’s 102 to claim the team’s first ever Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) championship last weekend. The MPSF for track was founded in 2002, and Stanford’s previous best finish was its runner-up position last year. The men's indoor track and field team won its first MPSF title this weekend. The MPSF was founded in 2002 for track and field, and Stanford was runner-up last season. (Stanford Daily File Photo) A key performance came when Stanford placed four runners in the top seven of the mile, led by senior Elliott Heath’s MPSF title-winning time of 4:00.52. Junior Amaechi Morton also claimed an individual conference title in the 400 with his time of 46.50. The Stanford women took third in their MSPF tournament, as Oregon took the championship. Senior Whitney Liehr defended her MPSF title in the triple jump for the women’s only individual title. The finish was the Stanford women’s eighth consecutive third-place finish in the MPSF. Amaechi Morton elliott heath Stanford track and field Whitney Liehr 2011-02-28 Matt Bettonville February 28, 2011 0 Comments Share tweet Subscribe Click here to subscribe to our daily newsletter of top headlines.