Track and field: Larson inks commitment to the University of North Dakota

Abby Larson signed her National Letter of Intent to run cross country at the University of North Dakota starting next fall.

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Detroit Lakes' Abby Larson, middle, signed her National Letter of Intent to run track at the University of North Dakota on Nov. 27, 2022.
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DETROIT LAKES — Abby Larson is headed to the Division I level to continue her track and field career.

Larson put pen to paper, committing to the University of North Dakota. Larson is a sprinted who qualified for state in three events during the 2022 high school track and field season. She is a three-sport ahtlete, competing in soccer and basketball as well.

A full story on Larson's commitment to run for the Fighting Hawks will be in a future edition of the Detroit Lakes Tribune.

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