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Boise State’s Brenna Peloquin Nationally Recognized

Track and Field: Roy Griak Cross-Country Invitational Bruce Kluckhohn-USA TODAY Sports

You know it has been a successful weekend when we get to pump out three articles about Broncos being awesome. We talked about footballers Jeremy McNichols and Sean Wale getting their time in the sun, Ms. Raime Sherle of the soccer team being awesome, and now we get to talk about some national recognition by, arguably, the second-best runner in the nation.

You may have heard that over the weekend Ms. Brenna Peloquin, true sophomore from Gig Harbor, Washington, is kind of good at this “running” thing. Well, she is so good that the US Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCC for short) has decided to recognize Ms. Peloquin for her efforts.

How fortuitous is it that the Broncos have two of the best runners as sophomores whipping the tails of seasoned runners? I’d say very.

If the expectations were not already on the “high” level going into the season, they are probably set to “pretty darn high” now.

The Broncos have two more runs before the Mountain West Conference Championships on October 28th at the Falconcrest golf course in Kuna, Idaho. One is a race down in Logan, Utah. The other is the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational on October 14th. Where Ms. Allie Ostrander had her coming out party last year and nabbed the overall win.

Congratulations to Ms. Brenna Peloquin on this recognition. May it be just a prelude to more.