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WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD

The Bemidji State track and field and cross country teams will have new leadership next season.
Fabre entered into BSU as a walk-on and shattered records, evolving into the most accomplished triple jumper in Beaver history. But what’s life like for an athlete once they hang it up at the end of their career?
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.
The Beavers broke three more school records at the Deb Schulz Open hosted by Minnesota State. That led to a third-place finish in a nine-team field in Mankato.

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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.
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.
BSU is scheduled to be back on the track Thursday through Saturday, April 28-30, to compete at the Drake Relays in Des Moines, Iowa, and in the Ron Masanz Classic in Moorhead.
Mary Goodwin accepted the challenge of trying out the 3,000-meter steeplechase -- and has passed with record-breaking colors. The Eagle River, Alaska, native has bested the BSU standard three times over, and she now owns half of the top-10 times in school history.
The Beavers got event wins out of Alaina Hall, Janice Cole and the 4x100 relay team at the meet, which was hosted by St. Thomas. Additionally, BSU set three new top-10 program marks.
No record was safe when the Bemidji State women’s track and field team converged on the St. John’s Open on Saturday in Collegeville, as the Beavers broke five meet records and ranked first among 10 teams after day one.

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Mary Goodwin finished in 11:35.09 to finish seventh at the meet. The time shattered her previous school record of 11:44.82, set in last season’s conference championship.
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.
Twenty-two Beavers were named to the NSIC All-Academic Team of Excellence as well.

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