2010-11: Did not compete during final track season ... (Cross Country): Ran just once during the fall, placing seventh at the Mike Hodges Invite in Clackamas, Oregon.
2009-10: Redshirted the track season, competing once unattached indoors, where she ran a 5:09.23 mile time at the Husky Classic ... (Cross Country): Had her junior season hampered by mononucleosis but still raced three times including a 25th-place finish at the Pac-10 Championships, helping the Huskies defend their conference title ... illness kept her out of postseason action ... started the season strong with a fourth-place finish at the Sundodger Invite, third among Huskies ... was the fifth Husky scorer at the Notre Dame Invite, placing 23rd as the UW ran away with the win.
2008-09: For the second-straight year qualified for the West Regional meet in the 5,000-meters, where she placed 12th in 17:02.12 ... just missed the NCAA field for the 10,000-meter run after setting nearly a three-minute PR at the Mt. SAC Relays where she ran 34:42.10 to place 15th ... 10k time ranks ninth on the school Top-10 list ... lowered her best 5k time to 16:45.19 at the Stanford Invite ... fifth in the UW-WSU dual at 3,000-meters in 9:38.71 ... competed in the 10k at Pac-10's but did not finish ... competed just twice indoors, setting a 3k PR of 9:31.24 ... (Cross Country): One of Washington's top-seven runners that captured the program's first NCAA Championship with a landmark undefeated season ... missed being UW's sixth cross country All-American by one-tenth of a second, as she placed 41st at the NCAA Championships and the top-40 got the honor ... earned All-Pac-10 Second Team honors for her 12th-place finish at the conference meet, which was seventh on the squad as UW recorded a perfect score ... placed 27th at the Pre-National Meet, sixth on the team, but would have been at least top-four for every other team ... fourth overall at the Sundodger Invite, and seventh overall at the Tiger Invitational, scoring in both meets ... ran under 21-minutes in every outing, with her Pac-10 time of 20:31 cutting 56 seconds off her best time from 2007.
2007-08: Scored for UW at the MPSF meet, placing 6th in the 5K in a personal-best time of 16:45.96 ... ran a PR in the 3K at the UW Invitational in a time of 9:48.51 ... outdoors, qualified for NCAA Regionals in the 5000-meters, with a season-best time of 16:49.73 at the Oregon Invitational ... placed 18th in the 5K at Regionals ... was 5th in the 10K at the Pac-10 Championships in 37:37.36 ... 3rd at the WSU dual in the 3000-meters ... enjoyed standout freshman cross country season, running in UW's top-seven at every varsity meet starting with the Dellinger, where she placed 54th ... ran seventh for the Huskies at NCAA's, but was physically spent near the race's end, collapsing but still gutting out final 300-meters to finish ... ran season-best 21:27 at Pac-10 Championships, placing 41st (7th UW) ... the sixth Husky finisher at Regionals, 61st overall ... placed sixth in the U.S. Junior Cross Country Championships, earning a spot on the U.S. Junior National Team ... running at the World Junior Cross Country Championships in Edinburgh, Scotland, placed 38th in 21:37 which was fifth among Americans.
High School and Personal: Born in Orange County, California ... parents are Julie and James Saylor ... has one younger brother, Christian, and one younger sister, Cathryn ... one of the top recruits out of the state of California ... Footlocker All-American in 2004 after placing 14th at Footlocker Nationals ... finished 12th or better at state all four years including fifth in 2004 and third in 2006 ... placed sixth at the 2006 Sacrament Meet of Champs in the 3200m ... competed in the 2005 Arcadia Invitational, placing fifth in the 2-mile run ... named all-state in cross country in 2004 and 2006 and in track in 2005 and 2007 ... seven-time league track champion ... captained high school all four years and led team to a top-eight state finish each year including second as a junior and third as a senior ... four-time league and section champion ... graduated with a 3.8 GPA.
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