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Record Breaking Performance Lands Caroll's Esposito Frontier Conference Award

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Leah Esposito broke an eight-year old Washington State Indoor Open mile record time and Chris Emter qualified for nationals with a toss of 15.85 meters and, for their efforts, were named Frontier Conference Athletes of the week.
Esposito took first place with a time of 4:59.44 breaking the previous meet record of 5:03.48 by WSU's Meghan Leonard in 2008. Her time is currently second in the NAIA.
Emter's toss of of 15.85 meters surpassed the NAIA A qualification mark and is his best throw as a Saint in both indoor and outdoor. He took third at the meet and currently sits 10th in the nation.
The Saints will have this week off before traveling to Pocatello, Idaho, for the Mountain State Games at Holt Arena on Feb. 5-6.

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