AUSTIN, Texas — North Dakota State senior Amanda Levin wrapped up her career with the Bison women's track and field team with a 21st-place finish in the heptathlon in the NCAA outdoor track and field championships Saturday.

Levin totaled 5,332 points and clinched honorable mention all-America honors in the event. Texas senior Ashtin Zamzow won the national championship with 6,222 points.

Levin, a West Fargo High School graduate, started the day with a leap of 18 feet, 9 3/4 inches in the long jump. She then posted a mark of 108-2 in the javelin and finished the day with a time of 2 minutes, 17.5 seconds in the 800 meters, the second-fastest time of her career.

Levin’s heptathlon score of 5,695 from earlier this season stands as the NDSU school record. She also ends her career ranked fourth all-time at NDSU in the outdoor long jump, ninth in the 200 and ninth in the 400 hurdles.