Monagi won the 100-meter dash in 12.35 seconds and won the 400 in 57.42 to help lead the Lady Trojans to a fifth-place finish with 92 points.
Dubuque was the women’s team champion with 158 points.
The old NIACC women’s outdoor record in the 100 was 12.62 by Megan Lawler in 2011. The old mark in the 400 was 57.87 by Tanesha Edmond in 2011.
Also for the NIACC women Saturday, sophomore Rellie Kaputin won the high jump with a leap of 1.73 meters, freshman Sarah Snavely won the discus (39.53 meters) and sophomore Sharon Toako won the javelin (40.80 meters).
The Lady Trojans placed third in the 4×100-meter relay in 50.77. The Lady Trojans ran Ellen Padmore, Rajanee Michael, Chione Brooks and Monagi.
The NIACC men placed third on Saturday with 101 points. Loras was the men’s team champion with 217.5 points.
Freshman Imad Amenzou led the NIACC men with a first-place finish in the 1,500 in a time of 4:00.54. Amenzou was also fourth in the 800 (1:58.97).
Freshman Brad Petersen placed second in the 400 (50.20). Freshman Oryiane Espeut was third in the 400 (50.96) and freshman John Enright was fourth (51.89).
Sophomore Jaime Zarate was second in the 3,000 steeplehcase (10:18.06), Freshman Ruben Dorsey was third in the triple jump (12.72 meters) and sophomore Taylor Nelson was fourth in the 110 hurdles (16.52).
Freshman Rayvon Gray was fourth in the 100 (11.39) and fifth in the 200 (22.78).
The Trojans’ Enright, Espeut, Nelson and Petersen placed third in the 4×400 in a time of 3:26.09.
The NIACC track and field teams return to action April 24-25 at the Grand View Invitational in Des Moines.