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SDSU Runner Honored

The Summit League honored South Dakota State’s Joel Reichow with his first Athlete of the Week award on Tuesday.

Reichow received the award for his performance Friday night at the Bison Open. He won the 5k with his time of 15:46.38 beating South Dakota’s Musa Mubarik by .03 seconds.

As a team the Jackrabbits took first place overall with 35 points. North Dakota, North Dakota State and South Dakota ran against SDSU.

The Jackrabbits will be back in action again next weekend at the OZ Memorial. The OZ Memorial is hosted by the University of Minnesota in Falcon Heights, Minn. The race is slated to take place on Friday, Sept. 6th at 5 p.m.

 

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