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Dickinson State's Sease wins NSAA Indoor heptathlon

JAMESTOWN -- Dickinson State sophomore Tommy Sease won the men's heptathlon with 4,292 points Monday during the multi-events at the North Star Athletic Association Indoor Track and Field Championships, hosted at the University of Jamestown. Sease...

JAMESTOWN - Dickinson State sophomore Tommy Sease won the men’s heptathlon with 4,292 points Monday during the multi-events at the North Star Athletic Association Indoor Track and Field Championships, hosted at the University of Jamestown.
Sease’s performance gives the Blue Hawks 10 team points, and teammate Jalen Hendrickson’s sixth-place finish (3,736 points) in the heptathlon earns one point for DSU, as the remaining slate of NSAA track and field championship events will be held Saturday in Brookings, S.D.
On Sunday, Sease ran the 60 meters in 7.75 seconds, recorded a 6.01-meter leap in the long jump, notched a 10.33-meter toss in the shot put and a mark of 1.83 meters in the high jump. On Monday, he timed a 9.65 in the 60-meter hurdles, recorded a mark of 3.68 meters in the pole vault and placed first in the 1,000 meters in 2:49.42.
Keegan Bludworth of Viterbo placed second with 4,019 points. Dickinson State’s Beau Ackerman placed seventh.

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