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Sabrina Monro
Sabrina Monro

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Montana City, Mont.

High School:
Jefferson

Last College:
Montana

Position:
Distances

Experience:
3V

2001-02: Missed nearly all of the 2002 track season while rehabbing a stress fracture suffered during cross-country season ... in lone indoor competition of the season, established Washington’s all-time indoor 3000m record, taking second at the Indoor Qualfier in 9:32.28 ... ran in two meets outdoors ... won the 3000m at the Cal Invitational in 9:40.70 ... also at the Cal Invite, took third in the 1500m with a time of 4:33.01 that was well below the Pac-10 qualifying standard ... was the second overall finisher in the 1500m at the season-opening Husky Classic, in 4:36.07 ... posted one of the most outstanding cross-country seasons in UW history ... won four-consecutive races to open the season before suffering a stress fracture at the 2001 Pac-10 Championship meet ... ran 16:06 in a victory at the Sundodger Invitational, bettering the previous meet record by 48 seconds ... finished nearly a minute ahead of the second-place finisher at the Sundodger meet ... also set a course record at the Pre-National meet in Greenville, S.C., earning the victory in 20:26 ... ran 20:13 for 6000m in a win at the prestigious Roy Griak Invitational, leading the team to a seventh-place finish ... was featured in Sports Illustrated’s “Faces in the Crowd” in Nov. 2001 ... ran 17:17 for 5000m in first UW competition, a victory at the Emerald City Invitational ... did not finish the Pac-10 meet as a result of the injury ... placed 24th overall at the NCAA West Regional Championships in 24:59 two weeks later ... the following week, helped UW to a 14th-place finish at the NCAA Championships with a 78th-placing, second on the team, in 23:04.

2001 (Cross-Country): Won four-consecutive races to open the season before suffering a stress fracture at the 2001 Pac-10 Championship meet ... ran 16:06 in a victory at the Sundodger Invitational, bettering the previous meet record by 48 seconds ... finished nearly a minute ahead of the second-place finisher at the Sundodger meet ... also set a course record at the Pre-National meet in Greenville, S.C., earning the victory in 20:26 ... ran 20:13 for 6000m in a win at the prestigious Roy Griak Invitational, leading the team to a seventh-place finish ... was featured in Sports Illustrated’s “Faces in the Crowd” in Nov. 2001 ... ran 17:17 for 5000m in first UW competition, a victory at the Emerald City Invitational ... did not finish the Pac-10 meet as a result of the injury ... placed 24th overall at the NCAA West Regional Championships in 24:59 two weeks later ... the following week, helped UW to a 14th-place finish at the NCAA Championships with a 78th-placing, second on the team, in 23:04.

2000-01 (Montana): Earned All-American honors with a second-place finish at the 2000 NCAA Cross-Country Championships, finishing in 20:37 ... won second-consecutive Big Sky Conference championship ... led Montana to a second-place finish at the Big Sky meet ... at the 2001 NCAA Indoor Track Championships, earned All-America honors again with a 10th-place finish in the 3000m ...captured four 2001 indoor conference championships, including the mile, 3000m and medley relay titles ... redshirted the outdoor season.

1999-2000 (Montana): Was the Big Sky Conference champion in cross-country ... redshirted the indoor season due to a stress fracture, but returned to earn a Big Sky Conference title in the 1500m during the outdoor season.

1998-99 (Montana): Competed for the Grizzlies’ cross-country and track teams.

High School and Personal: Born June 5, 1980 in Hinsdale, Ill. ... parents are Fran and Bill ... has a younger brother, Jon ... established a new Montana state record in the 3200m, posting a 10:44 as a senior ... was the Montana state cross-country champion in 1997, after placing second in 1996 ... led team to four-consecutive top-three finishes at the state cross-country meet, including a team title in 1996 ... named All-State that same season ... earned two top-10 finishes a the National Scholastic Organization track meet in 1998, placing 10th in the mile (4:57) and eighth in the two-mile (10:44) ... was 16th in the 5000m at the Footlocker Western Regionals in Fresno, Calif. in 1997.

Collegiate Best Marks
800m....... 2:14.00
1500m....... 4:25.00
Mile (indoor)....... 4:42.00
3000m (indoor)....... 9:14.00
XC: 5000m....... 16:06
6000m....... 20:13

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