BU women score school-record 27 points, while recording program-best nine All-American performances.
Lady Bears tally 102 points to earn highest finish ever at conference's indoor meet.
Trey Harts is in his first season as volunteer coach after finishing his eligibility as a member of the Baylor Track and Field team.
Harts enjoyed a highly successful career at Baylor, winning three national titles, seven Big 12 titles and earning nine All-America honors. The Lake Charles, La., native earned his first Big 12 title in 2007 as the anchor of the 4x100-meter relay team at the outdoor conference meet.
Harts then followed up his 2007 season with a breakout year in 2008, putting himself on a national stage. After winning the Big 12 indoor 200-meter and 4x400-meter relay titles, Harts led off Baylor's national-title-winning indoor 4x400-meter relay team. He then helped BU follow that NCAA title with a Big 12 outdoor and NCAA outdoor title in the event as well. Also in 2008, Harts earned All-America honors in the 200 meters, placing seventh indoors and eighth outdoors at the NCAA Championships.
In 2009, Harts continued right where he left off, taking the Big 12 60-meter and 200-meter titles before going on to win his first individual NCAA title in the indoor 200. Harts time of 20.63 used to win the national title ranks second all-time at Baylor, behind only Michael Johnson's 1989 NCAA-winning time of 20.59. Harts then helped the Bears win their third consecutive indoor 4x400-meter relay title to continue a string of dominance into the outdoor season, where he earned All-America honors in the 200 meters.
Harts added to his career totals in the 2010 season, helping Baylor to an NCAA runner-up finish in the indoor 4x400-meter relay title and anchoring the outdoor 4x100-meter relay that won the Big 12 title.
Harts currently trains and resides in Waco, Texas, after signing a professional contract with Adidas.