2002 (Cross-Country): A second-team Academic All-Pac-10 selection ... ran in just five meets during the cross-country season, but led UW in all five ... was the team’s top finisher at the NCAA Championships, placing 54th in 21:02 ... earned All-Pac-10 honors with a seventh-place finish at the conference meet, in 20:57 ... also took seventh at the NCAA Regional, helping UW to a fourth-place finish that clinched its sixth-consecutive NCAA Championships appearance ... was 29th overall at the Pre-National Meet in Terre Haute, Ind., finishing in 21:16 ... made 2002 debut at the Notre Dame Invitational, placing 11th in an elite field with a career-best 5K cross-country time of 17:54.
2001-02: A second-team Academic All-Pac-10 selection ... had an outstanding season on the track ... was the 10th-overall finisher in the 1500m at the 2002 NCAA Championships ... clocked a 4:19.12 in the NCAA final, and a 4:17.53 in the prelim that was the second-fastest 1500m in Washington history ... placed third in the 1500m at the 2002 Pac-10 Championships ... also earned a top-10 conference finish in the 800m, clocking a 2:08.04 to place ninth ... at the Oregon Dual, posted an 800m mark of 2:06.46 that ranks second all-time at UW ... earned victories in five of nine regular-season races ... ran a leg of the Huskies’ championship sprint medley relay squad at the Drake Relays ... anchored Washington’s runner-up distance medley relay squad at Drake ... was the 1500m champion at the prestigious Mt. SAC Relays, finishing in 4:20.58 ... swept the 800m and 1500m races at the WSU Dual ... indoors, became the Huskies’ all-time mile record holder with a time of 4:45.40 at the UW Indoor Qualifier ... took 14th in the mile at the 2002 NCAA Indoor Championships ... clocked a 2:11.90 for 800m at the UW Quad Classic, the fourth-fastest indoor 800m mark in school history ... missed much of the cross-country season as a result of a 1999 stress fracture ... returned for postseason competition, running fourth on the squad, 28th overall, at the Pac-10 Championships, her first race in three years ... posted 6000m best of 22:27 at the conference meet ... was the fifth Husky finisher at the NCAA Championships in Greenville, S.C., helping UW to a 14th-place team finish ... ran seventh on the squad at the NCAA West Regional meet.
2001 (Cross-Country): Missed much of the season as a result of a 1999 stress fracture ... returned for postseason competition, running fourth on the squad, 28th overall, at the Pac-10 Championships, her first race in three years ... posted 6000m best of 22:27 at the conference meet ... was the fifth Husky finisher at the NCAA Championships in Greenville, S.C., helping UW to a 14th-place team finish ... ran seventh on the squad at the NCAA West Regional meet.
2000-01: Did not compete during the cross country or indoor track campaigns while rehabbing a 1999 stress fracture ... returned in the outdoor season and was the Huskies’ No. 2 half-miler, clocking a 2:13.94 at the Ken Foreman Invitational in Seattle … ran the 800m at nine meets including the Pac-10 Championships … also a member of two of the UW’s 4x400m relay teams including the runner-up foursome at the Washington Preview meet.
1999-2000: Redshirted the season as a result of a stress fracture.
1998-99: Washington’s top half-miler on the track ... registered the team’s best 800-meter time with a Pac-10 qualifying mark of 2:11.81 on May 8 in Eugene, Ore. ... during cross country season, competed in all three postseason races ... helped the Huskies to a best-ever ninth-place national cross country finish with an 18:39 ... ran 18:10 at the NCAA West Regional race to place 38th ... was 31st at the Pac-10 championships.
High School and Personal: Born Jan. 7, 1980 in Matsqui, B.C. ... parents are Charlotte and Michael ... third of, four siblings ... was a semi-finalist at the 1998 World Junior Track Championships in France ... finished second at the Canadian Junior Nationals in Abbotsford in 1997 and in Kitchener, Ontario, in 1998 ... was a member of the Canadian Junior Pan Am team as a junior, and the Canadian Junior World team as a senior ... one of the premier middle-distance runners in the British Columbia prep ranks ... was British Columbia high school champion in the 800m her junior and senior seasons with times of 2:08 and 2:06, respectively ... also participated in basketball.
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