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WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD: Fabre, Myers named Beavers’ Outdoor Athletes to Watch

The Bemidji State women’s track and field team was picked to finish 12th during the outdoor season with Thursday’s release of the NSIC preseason coaches’ poll.

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BURNSVILLE -- The Bemidji State women’s track and field team was picked to finish 12th during the outdoor season with Thursday’s release of the NSIC preseason coaches’ poll.

BSU senior jumper Analise Fabre was picked as the team’s Field Athlete to Watch, while sophomore sprinter Rachel Myers was the team’s Track Athlete to Watch.

In the team rankings, Minnesota State topped the poll with 196 points and 14 first-place votes. Augustana and U-Mary tied for second with 176 points.

BSU finished with 68 points, ahead of Minot State (41), Southwest Minnesota State (31) and Upper Iowa (14).

Lindsay Cunningham of Winona State was named the Preseason Track Athlete of the Year, while Arika Robinson of Concordia-St. Paul was the Preseason Field Athlete of the Year.

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The Beavers open the outdoor season on April 2 at the Hamline Invitational in St. Paul.

2022 NSIC Preseason Coaches’ Poll

1-Minnesota State 196; T2-Augustana 176; T2-U-Mary 176; 4-Winona State 157; 5-Minnesota Duluth 137; 6-Northern State 119; 7-Sioux Falls 117; 8-Concordia-St. Paul 107; 9-Wayne State 86; 10-St. Cloud State 78; 11-MSU Moorhead 72; 12-Bemidji State 68; 13-Minot State 41; 14-Southwest MN State 31; 15-Upper Iowa 14.

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