2002 (Cross-Country): A second-team Academic All-Pac-10 selection ... ran in the team’s top-two at four of six meets in which she competed ... was the 13th overall finisher at the Pac-10 Championships, in 21:20 ... helped UW to an 11th-place finish at the elite Pre-National Meet, running second on the squad ... was the 34th overall finisher at the NCAA Regional competition ... led UW to the NCAA Championships in all four years of her UW career ... the seventh overall finisher at the Sundodger Invitational, in 17:24.
2001-02: An honorable mention Academic All-Pac-10 selection ... was the third-place finisher in the 10000m at the 2002 Pac-10 Championships... posted an NCAA provisional qualifying mark at 10000m with a season-best time of 34:20.86 at the Mt. SAC Relays ... ran top 5000m time of 17:03.28 in a runner-up finish at the Husky Classic ... placed 10th at the conference meet in the 5000m, finishing in 18:10.00 ... earned a pair of event victories outdoors, including a 5000m win at the Ken Foreman Invitational and a win at 3000m at the Oregon Dual ... was a top-10 finisher in eight out of 10 races, including both postseason competitions ... indoors, clocked the third-fastest 3000m mark in school history with a time of 16:57.56 ... was limited for much of the indoor season by an IT band injury ... was among the Huskies’ top three runners at every meet during the cross-country season ... ran second overall in 17:38 in Huskies’ season-opening victory at the Emerald City Invitational ... was the third Husky finisher at the NCAA Championships, helping Washington to a 14th-place overall finish ... was Washington’s No. 2 runner, 19th overall in 22:05, at the NCAA West Regional meet, lifting squad to a fourth-place finish ... posted top 6000m time of the season of 22:04 in a 43rd-place finish at the elite Pre-National meet in Greenville, S.C. to spur a fifth-place team finish ... earned second-consceutive honorable mention to the Academic All-Pac-10 squad.
2001 (Cross-Country): Was among the Huskies’ top three runners at every meet during the cross-country season ... has run in every race of her collegiate career, a span of 21 consecutive appearances ... one of just three Huskies, along with freshman Lisa and Jamie Gibbs, to finish every race in 2001 ... ran second overall in 17:38 in Huskies’ season-opening victory at the Emerald City Invitational ... was the third Husky finisher at the NCAA Championships, helping Washington to a 14th-place overall finish ... was Washington’s No. 2 runner, 19th overall in 22:05, at the NCAA West Regional meet, lifting squad to a fourth-place finish ... posted top 6000m time of the season of 22:04 in a 43rd-place finish at the elite Pre-National meet in Greenville, S.C. to spur a fifth-place team finish ... earned second-consceutive honorable mention to the Academic All-Pac-10 squad. 2000-01: On the track oval, ran every distance from 1500m to 10,000m, specializing in the long distance races… an NCAA automatic qualifier in the 10,000m (33:35.51) and provisional qualifier in the 5000m (16:38.97)…won the 5000m titles at both the Washington Preview meet and Washington State dual meet… also took the 3000m title at the UC Davis Quad meet… the Huskies’ top 10K runner, was also third on the team in both the 3000m and 5000m…. competed in the 5000 and 10,000 at the Pac-10 Championships… also ran the 1500m (4:48.50) and 3000m (9:52.31) during the season… was the Huskies’ top runner in both events she competed in during the indoor season, the 3000 and 5000m … posted indoor career-bests in the 3000m (9:47.18aa) and 5000m (17:08.49aa) at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships, placing second in each event ... one of the top two Husky runners at every cross country meet ... won the individual championship at the Emerald City Invitational with a personal-best 17:25 for 5000m ... competed in all eight meets for the Huskies... only non-top-10 placing was an 11th at the Stanford Invitational ... also excelled in postseason competition, taking 10th at the Pac-10 Championships, fifth at the West Regional and 89th at the NCAAs... earned Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 academic team honors. 1999-2000: Won the 10,000-meter race at the Pac-10 championships with a personal-best time of 34:41.03, the fifth-fastest time in Husky history ... narrowly missed receiving an NCAA Championship berth despite ranking high on the provisional qualifying list ... reached the Pac-10 qualifying standard in the 5,000m with a time of 17:08.74 ... also competed in the 1500- and 3000-meter events ... placed seventh at the Emerald City Invitational in her collegiate cross-country debut ... finished 26th at the Pac-10 Championships, 27th at the NCAA West Regional and 128th at the NCAA Championships, helping the Huskies to a 13th-place team effort ... after the collegiate campaign, was one of 25 athletes invited to compete at the U.S. Cross Country Winter Nationals on Feb. 14, 2000 in Greensboro, N.C. ... placed sixth to earn a spot on the U.S. team that competed at the World Junior Cross Country Championships in Portugal.
High School and Personal: Born May 21, 1981 ... parents are Janet and David ... has one brother, Patrick ... led Issaquah High School to fifth-place finishes at the 1997 and 1998 Washington Class 3A cross country championships ... placed third in the state in the 3200m as a freshman and junior ... was fifth in the state in the 3200 her senior year ... posted top times on the track of 5:04 in the mile, 10:46 in the two-mile, and 18:22 in the 5,000 meters ... a three-time Prep Athlete of the Week honoree ... named Most Inspirational by her teammates as a freshman ... graduated in the top 10 percent of her class with a 3.8 GPA.
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