2009: Once again undertook four separate events at the Pac-10 Championships, including the heptathlon ... placed ninth in the Pac-10 heptathlon with 4,844 points, just one point off her career-best, for her third career Top-10 finish at the conference meet ... best multi-even finish at Pac-10s came in the shot put where she was fifth with a mark of 39-2 1/4 ... was 12th in the triple jump at Pac-10s with a wind-aided 38-5 1/2 ... also placed 14th in the high jump (5-3) and 16th in the long jump (17-11 1/2) ... scored against the Cougars in the long jump (2nd; 18-8) and the high jump (3rd; 5-3) ... competed unattached at every home meet during the indoor season ... took seventh in the pentathlon at the UW Invitational with 3,657 points.
2008: The most versatile athlete on the women's side continued to improve ... was the runner-up in the pentathlon at the MPSF Championships, scoring a career-best 3,840 points which was an NCAA Provisional mark ... also posted the best marks on the team in the long jump, shot put, javelin, and the indoor high jump, and was the only Husky woman to complete the pentathlon and heptathlon ... placed 17th in the Pac-10 Championships heptathlon despite fouling in the shot put and not scoring ... had she duplicated her most recent shot put effort, she would have placed ninth ... was fifth in the heptathlon at the Mt. SAC Relays with 4,789 points ... competed in an incredible six different events in one day at the UW-WSU dual meet.
2007: Competed in a huge number of events and was only Husky woman to complete the pentathlon indoors and heptathlon outdoors ... set personal bests in both multi-events ... placed seventh at MPSF Championships in pentathlon with 3,651 points, fifth best in UW history ... also was 7th in the high jump and 14th in triple jump at MPSFs ... finished eighth at Pac-10's in the heptathlon, also competing in main high and triple jumps ... career-best heptathlon score of 4,845 at Cal Invite Multis ranks fourth all-time at UW ... led the team in the outdoor triple jump (37-10), indoor long jump (17-11 ½), and indoor high jump (5-6 ½) ... also set personal bests in 100m hurdles, 800m, long jump, triple jump, and javelin ... ran anchor leg on UW's best 4x100m relay, which placed second at the UW-WSU dual in 49.28.
2006: Was UW's most active Pac-10 Championships competitor in 2006, representing the team in four different events ... placed 10th in the heptathlon at Pac-10s with a lifetime-best score of 4,821 points, UW's fifth-most ever in the event ... was also 11th at Pac-10s in the long and triple jumps, and 15th in the high jump ... was the Huskies' 2006 leader in all four events, and ranked No. 2 in the shot put ... significantly improved her lifetime bests in all 12 events in which she competed ... indoor best of 5-7 in the high jump equaled UW's eighth-best all-time ... was 10th in the pentathlon, and 11th in the high jump, at MPSFs ... MPSF pentathlon score of 3,610 was UW's fifth-best ever ... earned Academic All-Pac-10 honorable mention.
2005: Redshirted the 2005 outdoor track season to preserve a year of eligibility ... competed unattached throughout the outdoor campaign ... placed fifth in first-career heptathlon at the Ken Foreman Invite, scoring 4,389 points ... took second in the 100m hurdles at the Ken Shannon Invite ... indoors, posted the eighth-best pentathlon mark in UW history with a 3,051 at the UW Indoor Invite ... was 16th in the long jump at the 2005 MPSF Indoor Conference Championships.
High School and Personal: Parents are Louanne and Tom ... has an older sister, Emily ... both grandfathers competed at UW in the 1930s ... grandfather Lew Leuhrs played football at UW from 1936-41, while other grandfather, John Fuller, was on the UW basketball team from 1929-31 ... was Fort Vancouver's lone representative at the 2004 state track meet, placing 10th in the high jump and 13th in the long jump ... was named MVP of the track team all four years ... earned 11 prep letters, including four in track, three each in basketball and volleyball, and one in tennis ... earned a 3.98 GPA in high school ... considering a career in chemistry.
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