Bison win 4th straight indoor titleFargo, ND (WDAY Sports) - The Bison track teams are now a dynasty in the Summit League. They won their 4th straight indoor titles today.
By: Dom Izzo, WDAY
First the men: 800 meters, NDSU's Eric Stroh holds off the SDSU runner down the stretch to win by six-hundredths. 1:53.41 was the winning time.
The final event of the heptathlon was the one-thousand meters. It was won by NDSU's Ted Rud. The New York Mills product won the heptathlon with a school, arena, and Summit League record of 5, 541 points.
SUMMIT LEAGUE INDOOR TRACK - MEN – FINAL
1. NDSU 208
2. South Dakota State 131
3. Oral Roberts 126
4. Southern Utah 64
5. UMKC 51
As far as the women go, more domination by NDSU. Bison Junior Leslie Broast broke her own school record in winning the pole vault. She cleared 14-feet, 1 and a quarter inch, which automatically qualifies her for the NCAA meet.
In the 60 meters, NDSU's Deborah John won with a school record time of 7.58. John also won the 60-hurdles in record time.
SUMMIT LEAGUE INDOOR TRACK - WOMEN – FINAL
1. NDSU 247
2. Southern Utah 121
3. Oral Roberts 101
4. SDSU 74
5. Oakland 43