ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

TRACK AND FIELD: 3 more records fall as Bemidji State lands 3rd in Mankato

The Beavers broke three more school records at the Deb Schulz Open hosted by Minnesota State. That led to a third-place finish in a nine-team field in Mankato.

BSU_Track web art.jpg
Bemidji State Beavers

MANKATO -- The Bemidji State women’s track and field team continued its season-long assault on the program record book on Friday.

The Beavers broke three more school records at the Deb Schulz Open hosted by Minnesota State. That led to a third-place finish in a nine-team field in Mankato.

For the third consecutive meet, Analise Fabre broke BSU’s triple jump record. This time she shattered it, besting her two-day-old previous standard by almost a foot with a leap of 38 feet, 8.25 inches. She now holds five of the top six triple jumps in Bemidji State outdoor history.

Thrower Tierra Doss landed the Beavers’ lone event win by breaking BSU’s record in the discus. Doss notched a mark of 147 feet, 11 inches to surpass Jessica Cagle’s previous school best by over three feet.

Dynia Lewis also broke the program’s 100-meter hurdles record, running a 14.32 to sneak past Ashley Larva’s old standard by 0.09 seconds.

ADVERTISEMENT

In total, Bemidji State tallied nine top-five finishes at the meet and set 15 new personal records.

As a team, the Beavers accumulated 66.5 points, falling just behind Augustana’s 69.5 but topping St. Cloud State’s 62.5. Minnesota State won the meet with 221.5 points.

BSU will aim for more program records at the NSIC Outdoor Championships, which is set for Thursday through Saturday, May 12-14, in Aberdeen, S.D.

Team Results

1-Minnesota State 221.5; 2-Augustana 69.5; 3-Bemidji State 66.5; 4-St. Cloud State 62.5; 5-Southwest MN State 58; 6-Minnesota Duluth 53; 7-Winona State 50; 8-Sioux Falls 44; 9-Gustavus Adolphus 27.

What To Read Next
Hans Martin Ulvebne, who recently committed to the Beavers, could become the first player from Norway on the Bemidji State men's hockey roster in its Division I era.
And why shouldn’t she? Indiana brings a 20-1 record and No. 4 national ranking into Wednesday’s game at the Barn
The junior forward from Grand Rapids averaged a double-double, compiling 21.5 points and 11 rebounds per game in Bemidji State's weekend split against Southwest Minnesota State and Sioux Falls.
Roed led all league rookies with two points last week, pacing Bemidji State with a +2 rating. Helping the Beavers to a series split, he assisted on the game-winning goal in Friday's victory.