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She later placed third in the 400 meters at that year's state championship.

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"I know I'm going into a level of sports where the girls are unbelievable," said Brosch. It's going to be hard to adjust, but it will be good for me." According to Brosch, she has been a runner for most of her life and competing on track teams since seventh grade, but it was actually playing soccer that had a hand in getting Brosch on the track.

"I played soccer when I was younger and noticed I was pretty fast compared to some of the other girls," she said.

After three critically-acclaimed records, 2009’s The Pains of Being Pure at Heart , 2011’s Belong and 2014’s Days of Abandon received praise from The New York Times, Pitchfork, The Guardian and Rolling Stone , they have put together a collection of songs that possess a timeless grandeur, deeper and more satisfying than anything the band has done since their now iconic debut.