Hambira Breaks School Record At Meet
What a way to set the tone for the season.
Minot State freshman Jasiah Hambira cleared 6 feet, 7.75 inches in his collegiate debut on Saturday, finishing second in the men’s high jump at the Marauder Indoor Opener and writing his name into the Minot State record books from day one.
Hambira’s effort broke the NCAA Division II school record in the event and also is an NCAA national provisional qualifying mark, an impressive debut for Hambira. He broke the record of 6-7 set by Leif Nelson during the 2021-22 indoor season.
Hambira is a 2023 graduate of Lustre Christian High School.