Some highlight's from the weekend for the Wildcats include Kayla Hannam's NAIA national qualifying marks in the pentathlon, high jump and long jump.
Greg Henning also had a big meet with his lifetime best long-jump of 6.71m, good for sixth place and he had a lifetime best in the triple jump with a seventh-place jump of 13.25m.
Jillian Benson also ran well in the women's 5,000m in a time of 10:54.20 for a fifth-place finish and was just six second off from qualifying for nationals and posted the HAAC's fastest time of 2014.
Vincent Tadokoro also had an impressive one-mile run with a time of 4:31.89 and finished ninth. That time was the second fastest time of anyone in the HAAC this season.
The Wildcats also had two runners finish in the top three in the women's 60m dash finals, as Kiana Turner took second in a time of 7.90 and Billi Pipes finished third in a time of 7.93.