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Former Bentonville Standout Reagan Ready For More Big Jumps

Posted: March 10, 2014 at 6 a.m.

COURTESY PHOTO MISSOURI SOUTHERN / MIKE GULLETT Brittani Reagan of Bentonville won the women's triple jump during the Mid America Intercollegiate Athletics Association indoor track championships last weekend at Missouri Southern in Joplin and will try to earn All-American status during the NCAA Division II women's and men's indoor championships next weekend in Winston-Salem, N.C.
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COURTESY PHOTO MISSOURI SOUTHERN / MIKE GULLETT Brittani Reagan of Bentonville won the women's triple jump during the Mid America Intercollegiate Athletics Association indoor track championships last weekend at Missouri Southern in Joplin and will try to earn All-American status during the NCAA Division II women's and men's indoor championships next weekend in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Tougher competition has its way of bringing the best out of Brittani Reagan, and it always comes at the right time.

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Brittani Reagan

SCHOOL: Missouri Southern

HOMETOWN: Bentonville

CLASS: Sophomore

NOTABLE: Won the women’s triple jump during the Mid America Intercollegiate Athletics Association indoor track championships by tying her indoor personal best of 12.17 meters (39 feet, 11.25 inches). … Earned NCAA Division II All-American status twice last spring with a seventh-place finish in the triple jump and an eighth-place finish in the long jump.

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