North Dakota State brought home the team championship with 186 points, while Omaha finished second with 118, and host South Dakota third with 114.
Dincoff's toss of 46-7.25 (14.20 meters) came on her final throw of the competition, and was less than four inches from second place, earning the team six points for her efforts, and an All-Conference selection.
Kayla Zink placed 15th in the event with a toss of 41-0.25 (12.50 meters), with Alyssa Kopp (38-2 / 11.63 meters), Lizzy Frazze (37-0.5 / 11.29 meters), and Kaeleigh Porter (36-4 / 11.07 meters) rounding out the five Mastodons in the event.
The team of Kaylin Taylor, Emily Craig, Kayla Boyes, and Julie Jeszenszky took eighth in the 4x400-meter relay in a time of 4:13.19.
Andrea Bell took 12th in the 5,000-meter run, completing the 25-lap race in a time of 17:55.85, while in the mile run, Kayla Boyes placed 13th in the field with a time of 5:26.87.
Katy Moore took 11th in the high jump, clearing a height of 5-2.25 (1.58 meters).
The meet ends the indoor season for the Mastodons.