2006-07: Redshirted track season ... ran in UW's top-seven on three occasions in cross country ... was UW's No. 7 finisher at Pac-10s, in 50th overall, helping team to a third-place finish ... ran sixth for UW at Sundodger (32nd overall) and seventh at Pre-Nationals (166th overall) ... earned Academic All-Pac-10 honorable mention.
2005-06: Ran the mile during the 2006 indoor season ... clocked 4:50.09 in the MPSF Championships final in March, good for sixth in the race, and sixth in UW history in the event ... also ran on UW's fifth-place DMR at MPSFs ... after a busy fall and winter, ran a relatively light spring schedule ... placed 10th in the 1500m final at Pac-10s ... clocked season-bests of 4:30.56 (1500m) and 2:14.53 (800m) at the Oregon Invite ... one of four true freshmen to run in UW's top-seven at every team cross country competition in 2005 ... was the Huskies' No. 6 runner at Regionals and Pac-10s, placing 53rd and 40th, respectively ... placed ninth in collegiate debut at the Sundodger Invitational, and was 17th at Willamette.
High School and Personal: Born in Cleveland, Ohio ... parents are Patricia Eiting, a former sprinter and long jumper at Indiana; and Rodolfo Chapa, a star distance runner at Oregon ... has a sister, Alma, and three brothers, Juan, Alberto and Joaquin, the latter a distance runner at Stanford ... a 2005 Harrier Magazine All-American ... placed fifth in the 800m at the 2005 U.S. Junior Nationals ... won district titles at 800m and 1500m in 2004, before placing second at state in both ... was seventh in 800m and fourth in 1500m at state as a junior, and sixth in both as a sophomore ... ran seventh in the 800m at the 2004 Golden West Games, in a lifetime-best 2:10.47 ... was 12th in the mile at the 2005 Nike Outdoor Nationals ... placed 23rd at the 2005 Washington/Oregon Border Clash ... earned a 3.6 GPA in high school.
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