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Fenstermacher broke a 12-year old school record.
Fenstermacher breaks school record in 800-meters
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Updated: Monday 02/09/2013 16:17:58 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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AMES, Iowa -- University of North Dakota junior Jesse Fenstermacher made history today, breaking the school record in the 800-meters at the Iowa State Classic.

Fenstermacher, a native of Hibbing, Minn., crossed the line in 1 minute, 51.65 seconds, to break the previous record of 1:51.73 set by Aaron Berndt in 2001.

Fenstermacher was UND's lone participant today, with UND also sending a split squad to North Dakota State's Bison Open. Yesterday at Iowa State, Nick Lindstrom and Sam Saccoman each ran personal record times in the 3K.
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