Shelby Williams wins the shot put in the Pac-12 heptathlon to sit in 10th-place after day one.
Jordan Carlson and James Alaka with their second update of the sprinters.
2012: Made her Husky debut late in the outdoor season, running the 100m hurdles three times ... started with a win at the JD Shotwell Invite in a time of 14.89 seconds into a headwind ... was seventh at the UW-WSU Dual in the 100m hurdles ... third at the Oregon Twilight Meet in a wind-aided season-best time of 14.46 seconds.
2011: Redshirted her first season rehabbing a foot injury from the previous summer.
High School and Personal: Born in Renton, Washington ... parents are Ann and Steven Latimer ... has one older brother, Griffen, who currently attends UW, and an older sister, Hannah ... one of Washington state's top hurdlers, placing second in the 100m hurdles at the Washington 4A State Championships in 2010, and taking fourth in the 300m hurdles ... also placed second on Tahoma's 4x200m relay at state in 2010, and took eighth in the 4x400m relay ... also placed third at the 4A state championships as a junior in 2009 in both the 100m hurdles and 300m hurdles ... cut more than four seconds off her PR in the 300m hurdles from her sophomore year to her junior year, breaking 45-seconds for the first time at the 2009 state meet where she ran 44.71 ... also ran at state in 2008 and 2009 as part of the 4x200-meter relay ... ran at the USATF Junior Olympic National Championships in 2010 in Sacramento, placing eighth in the 100m hurdles in 14.94 ... track team MVP as a senior ... named 2010 Arnie Young Invite Female Athlete of the Meet after winning both hurdle races, and setting a PR in the 100 hurdles of 14.84 ... won Troy Raunig Award for Outstanding High School Female Athlete ... also lettered in soccer and was an All-SPSL second team selection in 2009 ... considering double major in photography and business ... graduated with a 3.5 GPA.
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