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Beth Blind from the KHS Class of 2011 and a graduating senior at Eastern New Mexico State

University, is wrapping up an impressive college career in the classroom and on the track.

Top in her class in the College of Education and Technology in the Interdisciplinary Studies of Animal and Dairy Science, she will be honored this Saturday at the university?s Honors Breakfast in the Campus Union Ballroom. {{more}}Graduates, to receive an invitation, must have at least a 3.5 grade point average over their college career.
Blind was named to the Lone Star Conference All-Academic Outdoor Track and Field Team May 6, joining 10 other women from around the conference.
The award is Blind’s second, earning the honor in 2014 indoor track and field season as well. Blind holds two records for ENMU, recording the university’s best times in the 500m and 5,000m events. The senior has competed in three events this season, with her best finish coming in the women’s 5,000m at the Texas State Bobcat Relays where she took second place.
Blind has also turned in a provisional qualifying time for the NCAA II Championships. Her qualifying time of 17:21.06 was set at the Bryan Clay Invitational earlier in the season.
Blind was a 2011 National Honor Student at Kennedale High School, graduating in the top 10%. She ran cross-country all four years at KHS.

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