Bates Places Fourth in 3000, Earns Seventh All-American Honor
Emma Bates

March 15, 2014

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Boise State senior Emma Bates earned her second fourth-place finish of the weekend Saturday evening, racing in the 3000-meters at the 2014 NCAA indoor Track & Field Championships.

Bates clocked a time of 9:17.37, her second-fastest 3000-meter race of the season, to place fourth and earn her second USTFCCCA First Team All-American honor of the meet. The two honors earned over the weekend mark the sixth and seventh of her career, making her the most decorated Boise State Track and Field athlete in program history.

Dartmouth’s Abbey D’Agostino earned her second title in two days, sweeping the 5000-meters (Friday) and the 3000-meters, Saturday. D’Agostino clocked a time of 9:14.47, followed by Arkasas’ Dominique Scott in second (9:16.03). Alabama’s Elinor Kirk edged out Bates to place third in 9:17.00.

Bates ends her indoor track and field career for Boise State with three indoor All-American honors, adding a 2013 second-team honor in the 5000-meters to her awards earned this weekend.

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