The Friday night distance races at Stanford are typically some of the fastest of the outdoor season.
Washington bookends Spring Break with meets at USC and Stanford.
Washington records nine new top-10 marks over the two day meet.
Flotrack.org will provide live video coverage and archived races from the Dempsey this weekend.
GoHuskies.com takes a look at the Husky track prospects this week with the UW Indoor Preview coming up on Saturday.
2011-12: Made her official Husky debut on the track, making consistent improvement all throughout the season ... starting with the indoor season, she improved her time at 800-meters in six successive races, going from 2:17.54 in her first race indoors down to 2:12.66 in May at the Oregon Twilight Meet ... competed at her first Pac-12 Championships, placing 17th in the 800-meters in 2:12.76 ... was fourth at the UW-WSU Dual 800m in 2:13.61 ... 13th at the Pepsi Team Invite in 2:14.98 ... a Pac-12 All-Academic Team honorable mention.
2010-11: Redshirted the track and cross country seasons to preserve a year of eligibility ... competed once unattached in the fall, placing 10th at the Emerald City Open at Woodland Park.
High School and Personal: Born in Santa Monica, California ... parents are Denise Okata and Tom Curtis ... has older twin stepsisters, Chelsea and Mariah, and a younger stepbrother, Keenan ... father Tom played volleyball at Loyola Marymount ... one of the top mid-distance runners in the country the past two years, posting her biggest win at the 2010 California State Championships, where she won the 1,600-meter title in a PR of 4:46.63, second-fastest among all seniors behind future teammate Megan Goethals ... state win capped a run where she took the 1,600-meter title at the Southern Section Division-II meet and the Masters Meet ... also won the 800-meters at the Division-II meet ... led the U.S. for much of the season at 800-meters with a PR of 2:09.07 set in a win at the Azusa Pacific Meet of Champions ... doubled back at the Azusa meet to win the 3,200-meters in 10:31.24, the fastest 800-3,200 double in California history ... anchored a state-record by Redondo's 4x1,600-meter relay as they won the Mt. SAC Relays in 20:03 ... ran the anchor on the 4xmile relay at New Balance Nationals in June of 2010 as Redondo placed second, then came back to finish ninth in the 800-meters ... was second at the California state meet in the 1600m her junior year, running a PR of 4:49.02 ... won the 2009 California Division-II title as well as the CIF-SS Masters title as a junior at 1,600-meters ... placed eighth at the 2009 U.S. Junior Outdoor Track Championships in the 800-meters, clocking 2:10.09 in the prelims ... undefeated in the Bay League the past three years at any distance ... also a strong cross country runner, placing 22nd at the Division-II state meet as a senior in 2009 and 8th in 2008.