In Boston and South Dakota State Matches, men and women’s track and field team travel and compete.

Some Bison attended Boston University’s David Emmery Invitational Track Meet last Friday, February 10. That, they witnessed numerous outstanding performances and brand-new greats. Another Bison Track &amp area teams competed in the Indoor Classic at South Dakota State University on Saturday after that.
Jugglers Cameron Landis and Kaden Pastian maintained their achievements in Boston this year. Cameron Landis finished second in the photo put with a toss of 56’12”. Kaden Pastian won the competition with a toss of 57’3″. With a score of 62’9 1 2″, Pastan later took second place in the fat throw. Junior Blake Nyenati ran a period of 7.89 to get the 60m Hurdles after another outstanding past meet. Logan Matheui participated as well. Matheui took second and struck an 8.02 moment.
The 4x400m circuit team continues to be impressive for the children’s group. With a day of 3:41.57, the relay team advanced to third place in NDSU history. Bailee Dierks, Kaci Kooper, Nell Graham, and Kendra Kelley made up the winning switch group. The 200-meter run was likewise won by Kelley, who ran a 23.59. Bailee Dierks, a other switch member, rose to sixth place in NDSU History before finishing second in the 60-meter Hurdles with an innovative personal record of 8.49. Junior Salmata Korgho took first place in the 60-meter barriers with a period of 8.45. Grace Link set a new private best by running 4:47.86 in the hour while still leading the Summit League. Merrideth Spiers took first place in the weight throw ( 63’10” ) at the meet, among other victories. Freshman Arienne Birch won the great hop competition and finished with a level of 5’7″ and 1″ respectively.
Julia Gherardi, who cleared a level of 12’9 1″ in South Dakota, won the pole vault subject. Junior Jacee Johannsen, who was 12’3 1″ tall, came in second after that. Braden Brown cleared 6’8″ for the people to get the great leap. Michael Haugo placed first in the longer leap with a 23’2 1″ score. Gabe Miles set a personal history of 48.94 in the 400m and ran an outstanding 200m run time of 22.03 on the trail. The Track and Field groups did visit Grand Forks this weekend to take part in UND’s Tune-up record meet on February 17.