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College Track and Field: Huber sets sights high for nationals

MOORHEAD--Minnesota State University Moorhead senior jumper Brian Huber is headed to the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships for a fourth straight year.

MOORHEAD-Minnesota State University Moorhead senior jumper Brian Huber is headed to the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships for a fourth straight year.

Huber will compete in the long jump at 4:50 p.m. Friday, March 9, at Pittsburg, Kan.

"Going into my final indoor nationals I have my expectations set high," Huber said in a news release. "I have the experience, and I feel much more healthy than I have going into the national meet in the past.

"I've been working hard with my coach (Trevor Barry), and we have had our sights set on this meet since Day One. I know what I have to do to compete well and now it's just time to go out and do it."

Huber has the 11th-best long jump in NCAA Division II this season at 24-3.
The Staples native is a four-time national qualifier in the long jump indoors for MSUM. He has also qualified twice outdoors with one more outdoor season remaining. He is a three-time All-American in his Dragon career.

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The top eight in each event earn first-team All-American honors.

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