The Husky women's team looks to earn a fifth-consecutive NCAA West Regional title.
Washington will now host the NCAA West Regional meet on Nov. 9
Katie Flood looks to defend her individual Pac-12 title as the Huskies are one of four teams ranked in the top-six nationally.
A summer running through the mountains of Colombia prepared Bryan Tibaduiza for the best fall of his four years as a Husky.
Flood and Bywater lead the Huskies once again with Pac-12s just two weeks away.
The Husky cross country teams win the team titles at Lincoln Park in West Seattle.
2012 (Cross Country): Saw his first major action on the cross country courses after persevering through several injury-plagued seasons ... ran at his first career Pac-12 Championships, finishing 60th overall and eighth on the team in 25:13 ... made his first road trip to the Bill Dellinger Invite, finishing 28th and scoring for the first time as he was third on the squad in 24:30 ... seventh on the team at the Adidas Wisconsin Invite, finishing 272nd overall ... started the season with a 14th-place finish at the Sundodger Invite in 24:39.
2011-12: Did not compete during the fall ... (Track): Ran a full indoor season on the track, five times running the 3,000-meters ... fastest time on the year was 8:24.69 at the Husky Classic ... was 24th in the 5,000m at the MPSF Championships in 15:01.93 and then finished 30th in the 3k in 8:28.64 ... ran just once during the outdoor season, taking sixth in the 3k at the UW-WSU Dual.
2010-11: Competed just once in the fall, running at the season-opening UW-WSU dual meet, placing 17th overall ... did not compete during track season.
2009-10: Redshirted the season to preserve a year of eligibility ... competed unattached at the Sundodger Invitational, taking 20th overall in 25:01 ... next ran unattached at the Mike Hodges Invite, finishing 21st overall which would have been fourth among Huskies ... (Track): Competed four times during the indoor season ... ran the 3k at the Husky Classic in 8:51.43 ... opened the year with a 4:25.91 mile time ... redshirted the outdoor season, competing twice unattached.
High School and Personal: Born in Reno, Nevada ... parents are Angela and Domingo Tibaduiza ... has two older brothers, Ronald and Raul, and one older sister, Tatyana ... coached in high school by his father, who competed for Colombia at four-straight Olympic Games (1972, '76, '80, '84) in the distance events and won the 1982 Berlin Marathon ... a two-time Nevada state 4A cross country champion, winning as a junior and a senior ... also led team to the state title as a junior, and was named Gatorade Nevada XC Athlete of the Year ... eighth at the state meet as a freshman, earning Freshman of the Year ... placed 35th at the 2009 USATF Cross Country Junior Championships, running 26:10 for 8k ... was 22nd at Footlocker West Regionals as a junior in 2007, and took fourth at the Nike Team Nationals Southwest Region ... second at the Mt. SAC XC Invite in 2007 ... won the 2007 Stanford Cross Country Invite in 15:34 for 5k ... captured the 2007 Nevada state title at 3200-meters as a sophomore and was second as a junior ... fourth at the 2008 Sacramento Meet of Champions in the 3200m in a PR of 9:20.56
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