Kaydee Wescom signs with NDSU

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BISMARCK, N.D. - The capital city continues to supply Division I colleges in the state with track and field talent. Legacy’s Kaydee Wescom is the latest.

Tuesday, Wescom signed a letter of intent to North Dakota State.

"I think I just like the experience of running in college and getting to go places out of state, Florida and places like that, that's really cool and being able to run is also fun to do, I guess," said Welcome.

In high school, athletes often run multiple events, but in college, they get to concentrate on their specialty. Wescom doesn’t know what that will be just yet, but she has a guess.

"I think I would really like to improve my 400 time. I know that's a big deciding factor but I think just being able to get better form like that to is nice. I think they spend a lot of time working on that," said Wescom.

Wescom has the top returning time in the 400 in Class A.