Colton Tully-Doyle Photo Gallery One of the fastest distance runners in Husky history, Colton Tully-Doyle set indoor school records at 3,000 and 5,000-meters, and was a two-time NCAA Indoor Championships competitor, as well as a two-time NCAA Cross Country Championships competitor. 2010-11: An outstanding indoor season saw him qualify for the NCAA Indoor Championships once again at 3,000-meters, earning All-America honorable mention ... broke the indoor school record at 3,000-meters at the Husky Classic, running 7:53.13 to finish ninth ... set a mile PR in his season debut, running 4:05.20 at the UW Invitational, the tenth best time in school history ... anchored the Husky DMR to fourth at the MPSF Championships in a season-best 9:38.23 ... was jostled and knocked back in the NCAA 3k final, settling for 18th-place ... outdoors, ran the second-fastest 5,000-meters in school history at the Stanford Invitational, crossing the line in 13:47.25, the second Husky ever under 13:50 ... qualified for the NCAA West Prelim Championships at 5,000-meters but did not finish his semifinal ... took 10th in the 5k at the Pac-10 Championships in 14:25.07 ... won the 3,000-meters in the UW-WSU dual in 8:14.89, a key race in Washington's three-point win ... top 1,500m time of 3:49.63 came at the Oregon Relays ... cross country eligibility was exhausted. 2009-10: A breakthrough track season that featured a school record indoors and his first NCAA Track Championship appearance ... set the indoor school record at 5,000-meters at 13:48.86 in a runner-up finish at the MPSF Championships in what was his first ever indoor 5k ... qualified for NCAA Indoors in both the 3k and the 5k, choosing to run the 5k, and finished 12th in a time of 14:07.50 ... ran a 12-second PR from one year earlier in the 3k at the Husky Classic, crossing in 7:56.67, the second-fastest time in school history ... outdoors, qualified for the NCAA Championship West Preliminaries at 5,000-meters, and was running well up front late in the race before he was tripped and injured and could not finish the race ... scored for the Dawgs at Pac-10s in the 5k, taking sixth in 13:54.57 ... ran a significant 1,500m PR at the Pepsi Team Invite, taking second in 3:46.78 ... also was second in the 1,500m second section at the Stanford Invite in 3:47.03 ... won the 1,500m run against the Cougars in 3:51.16 and was third at 3k ... ran 13:52.40 in the Mt. SAC Relays Olympic Development 5,000m run, taking 13th ... (Cross Country): Had a breakout season in his senior campaign, finishing in the Top-25 in every race through Regionals, helping lead the Dawgs back to the NCAA Championships ... finished a career-best 72nd at NCAAs in his final cross country race in 30:38 over 10k; that was second on the team as Washington finished 18th ... led the Huskies for the first time at the NCAA West Regional Championships, placing 18th overall as the men finished fourth ... earned All-West Region honors for his Regional finish ... finished 23rd at the Pac-10 Championships, a career-best and second on the team ... helped UW capture the Notre Dame Invitational with a 13th-place finish, second among Husky runners ... was the second Husky finisher at Pre-Nationals, in 25th overall, helping UW place fifth ... ran unattached in the season-opener at the Sundodger but finished third overall, easily a career-best. 2008-09: Scored for the Huskies at the MPSF Championships, placing eighth in the 3,000-meters with a sizeable PR of 8:08.97 ... blister problem hampered the end of his outdoor season, forcing a DNF at the Pac-10 Championships in the 5,000-meters ... set a PR in the 1,500-meters at the UW-WSU dual, crossing the line in 3:50.94 ... season-best 5k time of 14:26.27 at the Mt. SAC Relays ... (Cross Country): Ran in the Huskies' top-seven at every meet including the NCAA Championships where he was UW's fifth and final scorer in the team's 18th-place finish ... finished 154th overall at the NCAA Championships in a 10K best of 31:19 ... was UW's fifth finisher again at the Pac-10 Championships where he placed 34th, up nineteen spots from the year before ... one of his best runs came at Pre-Nationals, where he placed 68th, third among Huskies ... opened season with an 18th-place finish at the Sundodger Invite. 2007-08: Made biggest impact in cross country, cracking UW's top-seven for the first time in the Huskies' two postseason meets ... placed 53rd, sixth on the team, at Pac-10's in 24:25 ... ran seventh on the Huskies at Regionals ... strong showing at Mike Hodges Invite, placing 22nd (2nd UW) ... competed unattached at the Sundodger but was 17th overall and sixth among all Husky team members ... first track appearance came at the MPSF Championships, where he ran the 3000-meters ... competed just twice outdoors. 2006-07 (UCSB): Running cross country, placed 10th overall and fifth among Gauchos at Titan Invitational ... Finished 23rd overall in season-opening Annual Alumni Meet dual with Cal Poly ... placed 54 th at UC Irvine Invitational with a time of 26:46.3 over five miles ... also competed at the Stanford Invitational, running 26:16. High School and Personal: Born in Santa Rosa, California ... parents are Juli Tully and Dennis Doyle ... the youngest of six siblings (four brothers, one sister) ... a three-time Palomar League Champion in track ... named All-CIF cross country in 2005 and 2006 ... named All-CIF track in 2005 and 2006 ... placed eighth at the 2006 California state meet in the 1600m in 4:14 ... competed at the 2006 Golden West meet, finishing second in the 3200m ... finished sixth at the 2006 Arcadia Invite in the 3200m ... majoring in political science and business with a minor in Italian.
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