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Clarke now owns UND's outdoor and indoor reords in both the 400 and 200.
Clarke sprints into record books for fourth time
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Updated: Wednesday 04/21/2013 09:37:57 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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NORWALK, Calif. – Stephanie Clarke’s assault on the North Dakota record books continued on Saturday at the Long Beach Invitational at Cerritos College.

The freshman from Edmonton, Alberta, ran a blistering 400-meter dash, crossing the line in 56.02 seconds and staking claim to her fourth different school record this season. Clarke broke Heidi Faul’s 12-year old standard of 56.13 seconds and now holds school indoor and outdoor records in the 400 and 200-meter dashes.

Another UND freshman, Jayd Eggert (Minot, N.D.), shattered her personal record in the javelin with a mark of 45.40 meters (148’11”). She placed fourth among the nearly 50 competitors in the event and her throw was the fifth-best Big Sky mark of the season as of Saturday night.

Senior Kirsten Haas (Belgrade, Mont.) ran the Big Sky’s fourth-fastest 400-meter hurdles, clocking in at 1 minute, 1.38 seconds.

Click on the PDF links to view complete results for the events in which North Dakota competed.

UND returns to action next week at the Cobber Twilight (April 23) and UC San Diego’s Triton Invitational (April 26-27).

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