The Knights scored a program-best 167 points, topping runner-up SMU by 67.5 points.
UCF captures 17 medals, including six gold, with Aurieyall Scott and Alexis Faulknor sharing high point scorer honors. Scott earned the distinction for a third straight year after winning gold in the 4x100 relay and the 200-meter dash and taking silver in the 100-meter dash behind teammate Octavious Freeman.
Faulkner also took freshman of the meet honors after winning the long jump, taking bronze in the 200-meters and winning gold with the 4x100 relay.
UCF coach Caryl Smith Gilbert was named outdoor coach of the year for the fourth time.
Junior Afia Charles broke her own school record in the 400-meter race, taking gold in a time of 52.49. UCF’s 4x400 relay won silver in 3:36.37, while the 4x100 relay turned in the third-best time in the NCAA by winning the race in 43.48 seconds.
Scott, Freeman and Faulknor swept the 200-meter race, with Scott taking gold in 23.06 and Freeman behind her at 23.24. Freeman and Scott went 1-2 in the 100, too, with Freeman taking gold in 11.18 and Scott just behind her at 11.27.
Sandy Jean-Claude won the 400-meter hurdles, tying the C-USA championship meet and UCF school record of 57.59.
Ne’Ausha Logan and Erica Winston captured silver and bronze in the 800 meters, while junior Jen Clayton took bronze in the triple jump.