Fabre, Prigge set school records as Beavers complete Baker meet

Fabre, Prigge set school records as Beavers complete Baker meet
Friday, February 12, 2021
Fabre, Prigge set school records as Beavers complete Baker meet

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Gillett Wellness Center) -- A pair of Bemidji State University track & field indoor records fell Friday night as the team completed the Frederick P. Baker meet at the Gillett Wellness Center. Senior Analise Fabre broke the Beavers indoor record in the triple jump while junior Ryne Prigge broke the record in the 800-meter run while 26 personal record marks in total were set by the Beavers.

Fabre took second in the triple jump with a leap of 37-feet-00.50-inches to set the BSU standard while Prigge took second in the 800m run with a time of 2:16.05 to do the same. The previous triple jump record (36-11.75) was set by Kylie Monson in 2019 while Prigge set the previous 800m record (2:16.91) in 2020.

Junior thrower Zoe Christensen hit the NCAA Division II Indoor provisional qualifying mark in the shot put while taking two wins in total in the shot put and weight throw.

Christensen’s shot put mark was the second of her season to hit the national qualifying mark as she took first in the event with a toss of 45-feet-03-inches. She also brought home the top weight throw mark with a heave of 54-06.50.

Sophomore sprinter Janice Cole earned a win in the 200m dash with a time of 26.30 seconds while sophomore vaulter Anastasia Klein also earned a win in the pole vault with a leap of 10-04, tying a personal record.

Bemidji State played host to St. Cloud State University and the University of Minnesota Duluth and brought home second in the total team rankings with four event wins and 11 top-two finishes.

Team Rankings
1. St. Cloud State – 123.5
2. Bemidji State – 103.5
3. Minnesota Duluth - 86

60m Dash (Prelims)
2. Janice Cole – 7.92 (PR)
3. Alaina Hall – 7.81 (PR)
4. Beatrice Kjelland – 8.08
6. Kendra Ekereke – 8.26
7. Jada Barker – 8.32
13. Anastasia Klein – 8.97

60m Dash (Finals)
2. Alaina Hall – 7.81 (PR)
3. Janice Cole – 7.94
4. Beatrice Kjelland – 8.03
5. Kendra Ekereke – 8.24 (PR)
7. Jada Barker – 8.33

200m Dash
1. Janice Cole – 26.30
2. Alaina Hall – 26.80 (PR)
3. Beatrice Kjelland – 26.87
5. Kendra Ekereke – 27.90 (PR)

600m Run
3. Ashley Kinnard – 2:07.83

800m Run
2. Ryne Prigge – 2:16.05 (PR/BSU Record)
4. Abby Syverson – 2:29.66 (PR)
5. Mary Goodwin – 2:29.94 (PR)

Mile Run
4. Zoey Milles – 5:30.71 (PR)
5. Gwen Youso – 5:54.56 (PR)
6. Carol Miller – 6:04.14 (PR)

60m Hurdles (Prelims)
4. Faith Beck – 9.74
5. Libby Christenson – 9.89
8. Natalie Fultz – 10.49
10. Emily Curtice – 11.02 (PR)
11. Ashley Kinnard – 11.35
12. Lily Johnson – 11.60 (PR)

60m Hurdles (Finals)
2. Faith Beck – 9.54
4. Libby Christenson – 9.86 (PR)
6. Natalie Fultz – 10.57

4x400m Relay
4. Bemidji State ‘B’ – 4:17.98
5. Bemidji State ‘C’ – 4:37.93

Shot Put
1. Zoe Christensen – 13.79m/45-03 (NCAA Provisional Qualifier)
7. Kristen Rasmussen – 11.43m/37-06 (PR)

Weight Throw
1. Zoe Christensen – 16.62m/54-06.50
4. Libby Christenson – 13.80m/45-03.50
7. Alexis Gehrig – 12.87m/42-02.75 (PR)
8. Rafaela Rafajlovska – 12.80m/42-00 (PR)
9. Kristen Rasmussen – 11.62m/38-01.50

High Jump
2. Natalie Fultz – 1.54m/5-00.75 (PR)
6. Libby Christenson – 1.49m/4-10.75
7. Rylie Bjerklie – 1.49m/4-10.75 (PR)
10. Emily Curtice – 1.39m/4-06.75
11. Lily Johnson – 1.39m/4-06.75
11. Aneesa Tucker – 1.39m/4-06.75

Triple Jump
2. Analise Fabre – 11.29m/37-00.50 (PR/BSU Record)
3. Reygan Brown – 10.87m/35-08 (PR)

Long Jump
2. Alaina Hall – 5.35m/17-06.75 (PR)
5. Aneesa Tucker – 4.95m/16-03
6. Libby Christenson – 4.82m/15-09.75 (PR)
9. Natalie Fultz – 4.44m/14-06.75 (PR)
10. Lily Johnson – 4.37m/14-04 (PR)
11. Emily Curtice – 4.15m/13-07.50

Pole Vault
1. Anastasia Klein – 3.15m/10-04 (t-PR)
3. Megan Judge – 2.45m/8-00.50 (PR)

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Nestled in Northern Minnesota’s wooded region and located on the shore of Lake Bemidji, Bemidji State University sponsors 15 varsity athletic programs with NCAA Division I men’s and women’s hockey membership in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, while its 13 NCAA Division II programs hold membership in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC).

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