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WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD: Fabre, 4x200 relay break Bemidji State records

Senior Analise Fabre broke BSU’s triple jump record, and the 4x200 relay team established a new school best of its own as the Beavers dispersed across the Midwest on Friday and Saturday.

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Two more program records fell this weekend for the Bemidji State women’s track and field team.

Senior Analise Fabre broke BSU’s triple jump record, and the 4x200 relay team established a new school best of its own as the Beavers dispersed across the Midwest on Friday and Saturday.

In all, Bemidji State competed in three meets: the River City Rumble in Winona; the Kip Janvrin Open in Indianola, Iowa; and the Drake Relays in Des Moines, Iowa.

Fabre broke the triple jump record in the River City Rumble on Friday, recording a leap of 37 feet, 10.0 inches to surpass the previous BSU standard by three-quarters of an inch. She took fourth place at the meet.

The 4x200 relay team consisting of Makayla Lewis, Alaina Hall, Skyler Tillery and Kendra Ekereke raced out to a 1:43.03 finish during the Drake Relays on Friday to place 18th overall. They broke the previous school record, which had stood since 1987, by over eight seconds.

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In total, the Beavers recorded seven top-five finishes. That included second-place showings from Shackera Douglas in the 100-meter dash (12.72) and from Mary Goodwin in the 5,000-meter run (19:24.61), both of which set new personal records.

Aneesa Tucker was also third in the long jump (17-6.25) and Mathea Brink third in the 5k (20:05.73) to round out the team’s top performances.

Bemidji State will close the regular season with the Maverick Open, which is scheduled for Wednesday and Friday, May 4 and 6, in Mankato.

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