TRACK AND FIELD: Beavers break 3 school records at NSIC Championships
The Bemidji State track and field team capped its outdoor season at the 2022 NSIC Championships in Aberdeen, S.D., on Saturday. The Beavers finished 10th of 15 teams after the three-day event.
ABERDEEN, S.D. – The Bemidji State track and field team capped its outdoor season at the 2022 NSIC Championships in Aberdeen, S.D., on Saturday. The Beavers finished 10th of 15 teams after the three-day event.
BSU broke three program records at the meet, and Bemidji State as a whole set 16 personal records. Minnesota State won the team championship with 191 points, and Augustana (127) and U-Mary (104.5) rounded out the top three.
Senior Analise Fabre once again led the way for the Beavers, setting another personal record in the triple jump with a new BSU record of 39 feet, 3 inches. She finished third at the meet and surpassed the Division II provisional qualifying mark, earning herself her first all-conference honor. Fabre completes her career with seven of the top 10 triple jump performances in Bemidji State history.
Junior Tierra Doss reset her own Beaver record for the discus with a throw of 148-04, placing seventh in the event.
In the 3,000-meter steeplechase, Mary Goodwin broke her own school record with a time of 11:29.76, which placed her eighth overall.
Two BSU relay teams posted top-four finishes. The 4x400-meter group of Skyler Tillery, Rachel Myers, Maryse Mbenoun and Natalie Fultz finished in 3:54.91, placing third and setting the second-best mark in Bemidji State history. The 4x100m relay team took fourth with a time of 47.47, eighth-best all-time in program history.
Sophomore Alaina Hall and freshman Dynia Lewis also reached the finals of their events. Hall finished fifth in the 100m dash at 12:23, while Lewis took seventh in the 100 hurdles at 14.73 – the eighth-best time in Beaver history.