Hope Reid and Chris Boyce have signed NCAA letters of intent to compete for the Montana State Billings track and field program next year.
Reid, of Thompson Falls, is a multi-event competitor. She has cleared 10-6 in the pole vault and 5-4 in the high jump. On the track, she competes in both hurdle races and the 200 meters.
"Hope is very good across a lot of events and will help us in a number of areas,'' said MSUB coach Dave Coppock. "She already has marks that will be competitive in the GNAC and should play a big role for us next year. She also has a lot of potential as a multi-event athlete and should be a good fit for her as a collegiate athlete."
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Boyce is a sprinter from Eugene, Ore. He will be an incoming sophomore.
"Chris will add some much-needed depth to our sprints and help us on the relays,'' Coppock said. "He should be competitive in the GNAC for both the indoor and outdoor seasons. He's been working with a coach in the off season out in Oregon and has some impressive time trial marks which indicate a lot of upside potential."