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TRACK AND FIELD: Analise Fabre rebreaks Beavers triple jump record in Moorhead

Analise Fabre won’t stop breaking records. The Bemidji State senior broke the track and field program’s triple jump record once again after also breaking it last week at the River City Rumble in Winona.

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MOORHEAD – Analise Fabre won’t stop breaking records.

The Bemidji State senior broke the track and field program’s triple jump record once again after also breaking it last week at the River City Rumble in Winona . Fabre cleared her own record by 0.75 inches with a leap of 37 feet, 10.75 inches on Wednesday at the Ron Masanz Classic in Moorhead.

Fabre also finished first in the event and now holds seven of the top 10 BSU program marks.

Dynia Lewis won the 100-meter hurdles for the Beavers with a time of 14.43 – just 0.02 seconds shy of the Bemidji State record set by Ashley Larva in 2013.

Anastasia Klein finished second in the pole vault at 11-3.75, fourth-best in BSU history. Alaina Hall won the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.11, 0.13 seconds shy of her personal record.

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The Beavers finished the day with 25 personal records. Bemidji State returns to the track for the Deb Schulz Open on Friday, May 6, in Mankato.

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