Gappa earns all-conference honors

Four Bobcats, including Laurel High School graduate Leslie Gappa, earned all-conference honors as Montana State completed the third day of the 2017 Big Sky Outdoor Track and Field Championships Friday, May 12, at Hornet Stadium.
Senior Leslie Gappa produced her career-best finish and first podium appearance during her collegiate career Friday. She completed the javelin with a throw of 144-06 (44.04m) to receive the bronze medal.
MSU sophomore Alyssa Snyder won the Bobcats’ lone gold medal on Friday at Sacramento State’s home track in the women’s 10,000-meter run.
Calvin Root earned his best finish ever at a conference meet as he completed the hammer throw with a top mark of 194-09.00 (59.36m). Kyle Douglass netted his second consecutive silver medal in the discus with a throw of 180-04.00 (54.98m).


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