Jeremy Taiwo leads the NCAA decathlon competition through the first day.
2010: Fought through some nagging injuries throughout her final track season, yet still managed to persevere and reach the NCAA Outdoor Championships yet again ... finished her Husky career with a 15th-place finish in the 10,000-meters at the NCAA Championships in Eugene, finishing in 33:44.57 ... advanced through the NCAA Championship West Preliminaries in Austin by finishing 11th in 34:39.58 with 12 runners advancing ... scored in two events for the Dawgs at the Pac-10 Championships for the second-straight year, taking fourth in the 10k in 33:44.04, and then coming back to finish seventh in the 5,000-meters in 16:27.04 ... won the 3,000-meter run against the Cougars for the second year in a row, breaking the tape at 9:45.72 ... first race in more than two months came at the Pepsi Team Invite, where she was fifth in the 5k in 16:44.91 ... cut nearly 30 seconds off that first 5k less than a week later, clocking 16:17.85 at the Mt. SAC Relays ... earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.
2008-09: Earned her first track All-America honor and won the Pac-10 Championship, both at 10,000-meters in her first season running the distance ... placed third in the 10k at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Fayetteville, Ark., the best finish ever by a Husky woman, running 33:43.33 in the final ... dominated the Pac-10 10k race, winning by more than a full minute over the entire field in 34:13.27 to become UW's first conference 10k champ in eight years ... also qualified for NCAA Outdoors in the 5,000-meters with a fouth-place Regional finish in 16:25.49 but focused on the 10k ... clocked the second-fastest 5,000-meter time in school history at the Mt. SAC Relays, running 15:45.85 ... ran the fourth-best 10,000-meters in school history in her first attempt, clocking 33:40.22 at the Stanford Invitational ... cut 10 seconds off her 1,500m PR, going 4:28.09 at the Sun Angel Classic ... won the 3,000-meters at the UW-WSU dual in a meet record of 9:23.42 in Husky Stadium ... indoors, qualified for NCAAs in the 5,000-meters, placing 13th at the national meet in 16:14.82 ... broke the indoor school record in the 5k at the Husky Classic, running 16:09.26 to place fourth ... (Cross Country): One of the invaluable senior leaders during Washington's run to the NCAA Championship ... turned in another stellar season on an individual level, earning All-Pac-10 First Team honors with a fourth-place Pac-10 finish, the best of her career ... broke 20-minutes in the 6K for the first time at Pac-10's, finishing in 19:57 ... placed 51st overall at the NCAA Championships, the fourth of her career, and was UW's No. 7 finisher, underscoring the dominance of the national champion Huskies ... was the fourth Husky finisher in sixth-place overall at West Regionals, earning another All-Region honor ... placed 16th at the Pre-National meet as the fifth Husky finisher as UW dominated from start to finish ... also placed 13th at the Sundodger Invite and was ninth at the Tiger Invitational as UW won both ... earned honorable mention on the Pac-10 All-Academic team.
2007-08: Enjoyed outstanding junior cross country season, leading the Huskies to a program-best eighth-place finish ... returned to NCAA's for third-straight year, earning first career All-American award with 20th-place finish in a time of 20:43 ... along with teammate Katie Follett, UW's first cross country All-Americans since 2001 ... ran first or second for the Huskies at every varsity race, going under 21-minutes every outing ... earned first team All-Pac-10 honors for sixth-place finish at the conference meet ... named All-West Region for fourth-place Regional finish, the best finish by a Husky since Tara Carlson was third in 1995 ... set school-record at Sundodger Invite, winning the race in 20:20 ... placed 12th overall and first on the team at Pre-Nationals, leading the Huskies to best-ever fourth-place finish ... also placed sixth (2nd UW) at Dellinger meet ... voted Team MVP at year's end ... qualified for spot on Canadian Senior Cross Country Team with eighth-place finish at the Canadian National Championships ... earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention ... only competed once during track season, running the 3000m at the Husky Classic in 9:35.57, a new PR.
2006-07: Qualified for second-straight NCAA Track and Field Championships in the 5000m ... placed seventh in her NCAA semifinal in a time of 16:28.77 ... made the NCAAs via her fourth place Regional finish, clocking 16:21.37 ... moved into fourth in the Huskies' record book with her 5000m performance at the Stanford Invitational, running 16:00.03 ... placed third at the Pac-10 Championships in the 5000m ... also ran the 1500m and 3000m once each outdoors, winning the 3000m race in the UW-WSU Dual ... clocked an NCAA provisional qualifying time indoors in the 5000m at the MPSF Championships, running in 16:28.19 and finishing second ... was UW's top performer in the 3000m indoors, posting a time of 9:38.95 at the Husky Classic in her only outing at that distance ... a Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention ... qualified for second-straight NCAA Cross Country Championship meet, placing 89th overall ... was UW's No. 1 or 2 finisher at every varsity cross country meet ... earned second-team All-Pac-10 and first-team All-West Region honors ... placed ninth overall, second for UW, at Pac-10s, and was the Huskies' leader in sixth at Regionals ... also led UW at the Dellinger and Pre-National meets.
2005-06: Had an outstanding freshman year, setting UW's freshman record at 5000m and qualifying for the NCAA Championships in her debut season ... ran just seven times, total, throughout the 2006 track season, including four championship-meet races ... was 21st in the 5K at NCAAs, her time of 16:29.91 the UW's sixth-fastest ever, and the best-ever by a Husky frosh ... time marked a 21-second improvement over her previous best, clocked in a sixth-place finish at Pac-10s ... was third in the event at Regionals, and second at MPSFs ... was equally outstanding in the fall ... was UW's lone representative at the 2005 NCAA XC Championships, placing 94th ... NCAA finish was tops by a UW frosh since 2001 ... was the 13th-highest finishing freshman at NCAAs ... placed second at the Canadian Jr. Nationals in December to qualify for her second-consecutive IAAF World Cross Country Championships appearance ... placed 57th at Worlds, leading Canada to 10th ... one of four true freshmen to run in UW's top-seven at every team competition in 2005 ... was the team's No. 1 finisher, in 11th overall, at Regionals, earning All-West Region honors ... ran second for UW, in 17th, at Pac-10s, and was the team's No. 4 finisher at Pre-Nationals ... placed 16th in collegiate debut at the Sundodger Invitational, and was 11th overall at Willamette.
High School and Personal: Parents are Lorna and Garnett ... has a brother, Quinn ... ran 84th overall at the 2005 World Junior Cross Country Championships in St. Etienne, France ... missed three months of the 2004 season with a broken leg ... finished fifth at Canadian Junior Cross Country Nationals in 2002 ... won the 3200m in a meet-record 11:12.96 at the 2005 World Junior Cross Country Championships ... won the B.C. prep cross country title in 2004 ... ran 11th in the 3000m at the 2003 World Youth Games ... was second in the 3000m and third in the 1500m at the 2002 B.C. prep track championships, and was second and fourth, respectively, in 2003 ... won the 2003 Sunfair Invitational ... placed second in the 3000m at the 2003 Mt. SAC Relays ... won the bronze medal at the 2003 Canadian Legion Juvenile Cross Country Championships ... named 2004 B.C Juvenile Cross Country Female Athlete of the Year in 2004 ... received B.C. Junior Development Award for distance running in 2001 ... has participated in ballet and is a blue belt in karate.
* - Indicates All-America Honor Won
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