2003 (Cross Country): Was the Huskies' No. 1 runner at the NCAA Regional meet, helping lead Washington back to the NCAA Championships for the first time since 1993 ... clocked a 30:17 for 10000m at the Regional, placing 21st overall ... was the 10th-place finisher, first on the team, at the Pac-10 Championships, leading UW to third ... ran third on the squad at the NCAA Championships, helping Washington to 21st overall ... has led the Huskies at seven-straight 8000m cross country races over the past two seasons, and at seven of the last nine meets overall. 2002-03: Backed up breakout 2002 track season with an outstanding year ... qualified for the NCAA Regional Championships in three events ... earned an NCAA Championships berth with a fourth-place finish in the 1500m at the Regional .... took 20th at NCAAs ... earned second-straight top-five 1500m finish at Pac-10s, placing third ... also had Pac-10 and Regional qualifying marks at 800m and 5000m ... ran a leg of UW's school-record DMR squad ... relay clocked a time of 9:40.82 to win the Pac-10 Invite ... led UW runners at four of five cross country races in 2002 ... was 19th overall at the Pac-10 meet, helping UW to fourth ... placed 28th at the NCAA Regional. 2001-02: Had one of the top indoor seasons in UW history ... became the first Husky to run a four-minute mile on Washington soil with a UW record 3:58.93 in March ... mark of 8:02.56 for 3000m was also a UW record, since broken ... was an NCAA qualifier in both events ... earned All-America honors with a 4:07.06 in the mile at the NCAAs, good for 13th ... outdoors, earned Pac-10 Athlete of the Week honors for a 3:43.40 1500m effort at Oregon ... was ninth in the 1500m at the 2002 USA Sr. Nationals in a career-best 3:43.21, the sixth-fastest ever at UW ... earned top-five finishes at the 2002 Pac-10 meet in the1500m (fifth) and 800m (fourth) ... an NCAA provisional qualifier at 1500m ... won six races outdoors ... ran in every cross-country meet ... had season-best 10th-place finish in team victory at the Emerald City Invite ... ran 25th overall at the Pac-10 meet. 2000-01: Earned first-ever trip to the Pac-10 Championships, placing 13th in the steeple ... won the steeple at the Salzman Invitational and the 1500m title at the UC Davis Quad meet ... recorded best 1500m mark of the season (3:49.65) at the Stanford Invite ... indoors, won the mile at the McDonald's II meet ... recorded best mile time of the year (4:12.87aa) at the MPSF Championships ... ran in every race during the 2000 fall season ... among the UW top-five at all but one meet ... the runner-up at the Emerald City Invite ... had season-best time (24:46) at the Sundodger Invite ... ran 34th at the Pac-10s and 57th at the West Regional. 1999-2000: Redshirted the 1999 cross country and 2000 track campaigns to preserve a year of eligibility.
High School and Personal: Born Jan. 26, 1981 ... parents are Janet Seaberg and Jerry Garner ... has two sisters, Jennifer and Kirsten ... a five-time MVP for cross country and track ... named All-State for both cross country and track in each of his last two years ... twice honored as Most Inspirational ... ran prep PRs of 4:17.22 for 1600m, 9:22 for 3200m and 1:57 for 800m ... a member of the National Honor Society with a 3.55 GPA.
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