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Larva sets record in Bemidij State women's track and field

The Bemidji State University women's track and field team advanced three runners to Saturday's finals after Friday's preliminaries of the NSIC indoor meet hosted by Minnesota State.

The Bemidji State University women's track and field team advanced three runners to Saturday's finals after Friday's preliminaries of the NSIC indoor meet hosted by Minnesota State.

The Beavers enter Saturday's action ninth in the team standings.

Among BSU's qualifiers is Ashley Larva who set a school record in the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 8.99. Larva was seventh in Friday's preliminaries and broke the BSU record of 9.01 which was set in 2003 by Melanie Hoheisel.

Also qualifying for Saturday's action are Michelle Ohman who was ninth in the 600 (1:40.50), Kirsten Maras in the 800 (2:19.05) and the distance medley team which placed eighth (13:09.42). The relay squad includes Tina Larson, Sara Churness, Ohman and Maras.

Competing for BSU in the second day of the meet will be Chelsea Borwege, Caitlyn Quast and Marisa Olgrady in the pole vault, Larva in the 60-hurdles finals and Maras in the 800 final.

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Bemidji State also will be represented in the shot put and triple jump.

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