EMU - Distance Medley Relay Crew Earns First Team All-American Honors at NCAA Championship

EMU - Distance Medley Relay Crew Earns First Team All-American Honors at NCAA Championship

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas (EMUEagles.com) – The Eastern Michigan University women's track and field distance medley relay squad earned First Team All-American honors by placing seventh with a time of 11:04.81 at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championship Friday, March 9, in College Station, Texas.



After breaking EMU's all-time record in the event earlier this season, Feb. 17, the group consisting of redshirt senior Alsu Bogdanova (Kazan, Russia-Lyceum #83), and seniors Natalie Cizmas (Clinton Twp., Mich.-Chippewa Valley), Jasmine Jones (Greensburg, Pa.-Hempfield Area), and Jenna Wyns (Londerzeel, Belgium-Sportschool KA2) finished out their impressive season finishing seventh in the country, matching the seed they came in at.



This is Bogdanova's second time earning All-American honors as an Eagle, while the rest of the group captured the prestigious title for their first times. Additionally, the four became just the 12th, 13th, 14th, and 15th indoor All-Americans in Eastern Michigan history.



Bogdanova will finish out her incredible indoor career with EMU tomorrow as she competes in the 3000m run. Competition is scheduled to begin 6:25 p.m. CT.

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