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Colling finished first in the pole vault today at the Cobber Duals.
Bissell, Colling, Johnson win events at Concordia
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Updated: Saturday 02/02/2014 00:15:06 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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MOORHEAD, Minn. – A trio of North Dakota student-athletes won their respective events today at Concordia College’s Cobber Duals.

Junior Tyler Colling took first place in the pole vault, clearing 15 feet, 7 meters.

Senior Shawn Johnson won the shot put with a mark of 50 feet, 8 inches. Teammate Ian Collins was fourth in the same event with a mark of 47-06 ¼.

UND’s third event title came from senior Jakob Bissell, who won the weight throw with a mark of 54-7 ½.  Teammate Roman Waldera was third at 52-1.00.

UND sent split squads to both the Cobber Duals and Iowa State’s Bill Bergan Invitational today.

Click on the PDF link for complete results from the Cobber Duals.

The team will return to action next Friday and Saturday at North Dakota State’s Thundering Herd Classic.

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