1. Albany men had a 1.5 point lead on Umass Lowell heading into the last event, the 4x4. Albany wins the 4x4 and thus the meet.
Under common interpretation, the meet championship ends right then, when Albany crests the victory line. Everything else is nugatory.
2. Their team storms the track from the stands, and in doing so impedes New Hampshire who is still finishing up their 4x4.
This is irrelevant. To take this to the extreme, New Hampshire could decide to run so slow that everyone else gets bored so decides to go home, and gets DQ'd for not attending the (delayed) closing ceremony.
3. That interference gets Albany's 4x4 team DISQUALIFIED, resulting in Umass Lowell winning the team championship!
Was it the 4x4 team or the Albany "team" in general that stormed/interfered? Clearly you can't DQ the 4x4 team from the 4x4 race, merely for what other Albany people (perhaps secret moles) are doing. Though you could DQ Albany (on the whole) from the meet from their actions, particularly if there is no derogation from authority (coach). The facts are not clear. (Note to self: take this matter up at secondary appellate in any event)
4. Albany's streak of 13 straight indoor conference championships is broken.
OTOH, only a thorough fanboy would care about the multi-adjectived "13 straight indoor conference championships" in the first place.