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Anthony Bongard
Position: Distance
Year: Senior
Hometown: Redwood Falls, Minn.
High School: Redwood Valley High School

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Track & Field
2012-13
Finished fourth in the 3,000-meter run at The Summit League Indoor Track and Field Championships with his time of 8:30.61 (2/24) ... took fourth in the 5,000-meter run at The Summit League Indoor Track and Field Championships with his time of 14:41.01 (2/25) ... placed second in the 3000-meter steeplechase at The Duals with his outdoor season-best time of 9:51.79 (4/6) ... finished second in the 5,000-meter run at the Mt. SAC Relays with his outdoor season-best time of 14:23.94 (4/18) ... ran an outdoor season-best time time of 30:11.73 in the 10,000-meter run at the Drake Relays (4/24)

 

2011-12

Redshirted due to military deployment

 

2010-11
Finished the mile in 4:36.17 at the USD Alumni meet (1/15) ... finished with the best 5000 meters time on the team during the indoor season clocking in at 15:03.88 at the ISU Classic (2/11) ... ran the 5,000 meters at the L.A. Twilight in 14:54.40 (4/14) ... clocked in at 4:10.00 in the 1,500 meters at the Bryan Clay Invite (4/15) ... at the Drake Relays, ran the 10,000 meters in 31:37.22 (4/28) ... All-Summit League (Indoor)

2009-10

Did not compete

2008-09
Won the 3,000 meters as a non-seeded runner at the ISU Open in 8:49.09 (1/24) ... fastest time of any Jackrabbit during the season with a second-place non-seeded finish in the 3,000 meters with a time of 8:35.01 at the ISU Classic (2/13) ... finished 11th at the Summit League Championship in the 5,000 meters with a time of 16:08.98 (2/28) ... finished sixth in the 1,500 meters at the Mount Marty Invite with a time of 4:15.60 (3/29) ... finished second with a season-best time of 14:52.14 in the 5,000 meters at the Jim Duncan Invite (4/11)


Cross Country
Career Wins
- 8000 Meters: 25:46.30 (9/5/2009 Ron Pynn Invite)

- 8000 Meters: 24:46.1 (10/2/2010 SDSU Classic)

2013
Ran to a 21st place (20:21.2) finish at the Oz Memorial to begin the 2013 season (9/6) ... clocked in at 25:16.6 to place 52nd at the Griak Invite (9/28) ... finished third at the SDSU Classic with his final time of 25:16.3 (10/4) ... at the Pre-Nationals meet, Bongard finished 149th overall with his season-best 8k time of 24:56.9 (10/19) ... ran to an 11th place finish at The Summit League Cross Country Championships with his overall time of 25:27.7 (11/2) ... finished the year with a 57th place finish at the NCAA Midwest Regional with his final time of 31:35.5 (11/15) ... All-Summit Second Team

2012
Ran unattached at the SDSU Classic, finishing eighth with a time of 26:04.68 (9/14)

 

2011
Redshirted due to military deployment

 

2010
Finished fourth at the Summit League Championships (11/30) helping the Jacks to their second consecutive Summit League Championship ... twice named the Summit League Athlete of Week for his performances at the prestigious Griak Invite (11/25) where he led the Jacks with 61st place showing and winning the SDSU Classic (10/2) in a time of 24 minutes 46 seconds ...  finished 48th at the NCAA Midwest Regional (11/13) with a time of 31:15


2009
Won the Pynn Invite with a time of 25:46.30 (9/5) ... ran a season best time of 25:08 for a 15th place finish at the Drews Invite (10/17) ... finished 11th at the Summit League Championship in 26:01.40 (10/31)

2008

Redshirted due to military duty


2007

Ran in four cross country meets as a freshman, posting a season-best finish of 15th after a time of 21 minutes, 47.70 seconds at the NDSU Open ... placed 30th at the SDSU Classic in a time of 27:06

Before SDSU

Competed in cross country, track and field, and wrestling at Redwood Valley High School in Redwood Falls, Minn. ... in track and field, placed fourth in the 4x800-meter relay at the state meet and broke a school record in the process as a senior ... also took fourth in the 3,200-meter run his senior year ... had three top-8s, including a pair of top-5s, as the state track meet as a sophomore and junior ... at the state cross country meet, took 29th, eighth and seventh during his sophomore, junior and senior seasons, respectively