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Bison men's relay breaks school record at NCAA outdoor track championships

The Bison squad tallied a time of 3:05.24 in the 1,600 relay

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EUGENE, Ore. — The North Dakota State men's 1,600-meter relay team had a record-setting performance on Wednesday at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships.

The Bison squad of Adrian Harris, Jacob Levin, Jacob Rodin and Cody Roder tallied a time of 3 minutes, 5.24 seconds to claim 18th place. That time was also good for a new school record and it was the third straight meet they set a school-best mark.

The performance also earned the relay team honorable mention all-American status.

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