College Track: Amanda Anderson Breaks NDSU Discus Record Form At California Meet – Inforum

LONDBEACH, CALIFORNIA – North Dakota State Amanda Anderson broke the school discus record on Saturday at the Beach Invitational to lead the Bison women’s team’s efforts.

Anderson won the discus with a 190-foot, 1-inch throw – the personal best – 10 feet – and broke NDSU’s school record by more than four feet. They made it into the top 10 of the NCAA this season.

The Bison men’s and women’s teams finished eighth in the meet in Southern California, finishing eighth in the men’s team’s hammer throw at the Mount SAC relay on Saturday.

Otterdall threw 215 feet, becoming one of the top 25 performers in the country this season.

At a beach invitation in Long Beach, California, Jens Christensen cleared a 15-foot, 9.75-inch pole and installed a new outdoor personal-best.

Logan Mathew (14.68) and Brock Johnson (14.73) were the best performers of the season in the 110m hurdles.

Redshirt newcomer Simon Kaiser put on 1,500 individual-best performances at 3: 52.99 and finished seventh on the beach invitation. Kaiser, who finished in 1: 53.26 seconds, was the bison in the freight 800.

Clayton Hannoula finished seventh with a score of 57-2 in the shot put. In the discus, Levi Rocky threw an individual-best score of 158-8, while in the Hannoula discus added an individual-best 157-3.

NDSU newcomer Braden Brown cleared the season-best at 6-7 (2.01m) in the high jump at Long Beach State.

Amy Phillips of the Bison Women’s Team was runner-up in the Hammer Throw at the Mount SAC Relay, setting a career-best second mark of 223-8.

At the Beach Invitation, Salmata Corgo scored an individual-best score of 13.78 in the 100 hurdles. She ranks fifth best ever on NDSU.

Grace Emineth set a personal best record of 19-10.25, becoming the ninth best player in NDSU outdoor history. Emineth, the second-best scorer of all time in the triple jump, jumped 39-8.

Christy Collins 200 dash individual-best 24.72, the fastest bison woman this season. Nell Graham (55.53), Angel Pratt (56.47) and Casey Cooper (57.34) are the top wild buffalo in the 400 dash at the Beach Invitation.

Deja Moss, who cleared the high jump 5-07.25, finished second. The pair won the Lip Triple Jump 39-5 and the Long Jump 18-5.

Alia Hein, Pratt, Bonnet Henderson and Collins finished sixth in the 4x100m relay with a season-best performance of 46.43.

In the Mount SAC relay on Friday night, senior Kelby Anderson set a new lifetime-high of 15: 58.19 out of 5,000. She became the third wild buffalo woman to run 16 minutes in less than 5,000.

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