The Western Athletic Conference had three individuals score and a total of five participate at the championships. Louisiana Tech senior Chelsea Hayes earned first-team All-America honors in the women's long jump, placing eighth with a mark of 20 feet, 7 inches (6.27 meters). Boise State junior Kurt Felix earned second-team All-America honors in the men's heptathlon, placing 10th in the event with a mark of 5,680 points. Utah State senior Clint Silcock garnered second-team All America honors in the men's high jump, tying for 11th place after clearing 7-0.50 (2.15m) in the event for his third-career track and field All-America award (indoor-2009, 2011; outdoor-2010).
Idaho junior Jeremy Klas and Utah State junior Sonia Grabowska received honorable mention in the men's pole vault and women's pole vault, respectively, as neither cleared heights in their events. It was the second appearance at the NCAA Indoor Championships for both (Klas-All-American, 2010; Grabowska, 2009).
For team scores, Louisiana Tech's Hayes scored one point for the Lady Techsters to tie for 57th place with Auburn, California, Colorado, Loyola Marymount, Michigan State and Wichita State.