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Navy was 13-0 in duals during the 2009-10 season. The Mids are unbeaten (30-0) over the past two seasons. Navy picked up 27 all-conference honors last season. Returning mid-distance runner Jess Palacio won three Patriot League titles in 2009-10. Palacio was also the Track-Athlete of the Meet at the outdoor league championships. Head coach Carla Criste is a three-time Patriot League Coach of the Year. Marty Shue won the Division II 1,500m Championship in 1991. Navy has had three Academic All-Americans. The Mids have won three Patriot League Team Championships. Navy has racked up 86 Patriot League Individual Championships since 1994. Navy’s last title was at the 2009 Patriot League Indoor Meet. Navy is undefeated in indoor dual meets since 2005. The Mids will host the 2011 Patriot League Indoor Championship. # NA VYSPORTS.COM #

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Navy Track Coaching Staff

Head Coach Carla Criste Alma Mater Penn State ‘86 Navy Record 257-49-1 (.839), 20th year Career Record 257-49-1 (.839), 20th year Office Phone (410) 293-5580 E-Mail criste@usna.edu Assistant Coach - Distance Karen Boyle Alma Mater Bowling Green ‘79, 24th Yr. Office Phone (410) 293-5579 E-Mail boyle@usna.edu Assistant Coach - Throws Steven Sarigiannis Alma Mater UNC Wilmington ’99, 5th Yr. Office Phone (410) 293-5578 E-Mail sarigian@usna.edu Support Staff Senior Associate AD Al Heinze Athletic Trainer Amanda Culton Equipment Operations Daniel Boeckenhauer Officer Representatives Lt. Sheivon Yullie

Navy Sports Information Track & Field Contact Office Phone Fax E-Mail Mailing Address

Matt Muzza (410) 293-8778 (410) 293-8954 muzza@usna.edu 566 Brownson Road Annapolis, MD 21402

2010-11 Navy Women’s Track & Field Schedule Indoor

Dec. 1 Jan. 7 Jan. 15 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 10 Feb. 18-20 March 5-6 March 11-12

Outdoor March 26 April 1-2 April 8 April 16 April 22 April 28 May 6-7 May 13-15 May 26-28 June 8-11

Wed. Fri. Sat. Sat. Sat. Thurs. Fri.-Sun. Sat.-Sun. Fri.-Sat.

Navy Lidlifter at Delaware Invitational Navy Invitational at Patriot Games at Army (Star Meet) Sweetheart Meet Patriot League Championship at ECAC Championship at NCAA Championship

Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del. Annapolis, Md. Fairfax, Va. West Point, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Boston, Mass. College Station, Texas

4:00 pm 4:00 pm 3:00 pm 11:00 am 12:00 pm 4:00 pm All Day All Day All Day

Sat. Fri.-Sat. Sat. Sat. Fri. Thu. Fri.-Sat. Fri.-Sun. Thurs.-Sat. Wed.-Sat.

Navy Open at Colonial Relays Army (Star Meet) at Johns Hopkins Invitational at Larry Ellis Invitational at Penn Relays at Patriot League Championship at ECAC Championship at NCAA East Regional at NCAA Championship

Annapolis, Md. Williamsburg, Va. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Princeton, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. Easton, Pa. Princeton, N.J. Bloomington, Ind. Des Moines, Iowa

10:00 am 11:00 am 2:30 pm 11:00 am 4:00 pm 10:00 am All Day All Day All Day All Day

All times Eastern, subject to change. Home meets in bold. Indoor home meets held at Wesley A. Brown Field House; Outdoor home meets held at Ingram Field.

Participating Teams in Home Meets Dec. 1 Navy Lidlifter Jan. 15 Navy Invitational Feb. 10 Sweetheart Meet March 26 Navy Open

Navy, American, Mount St. Mary’s, Towson, Morgan St. Navy, Penn, UNC-Wilmington, Mount St. Mary’s, James Madison, UMES Navy, Johns Hopkins, Loyola (Md.), McDaniels College Navy, Loyola (Md.), Delaware, Colgate, American

Navy Women’s Track and Field General Information Location Founded Enrollment Superintendent

Athletics Director Nickname Colors Conference Home Indoor Facility Home Outdoor Facility Athletics Web Site

Annapolis, Md. October 10, 1845 4,400 Vice Adm. Michael Miller, USN Chet Gladchuk Midshipmen or Mids Navy Blue and Gold Patriot League Wesley A. Brown Field House Ingram Field www.navysports.com

Media Guide Credits The 2010-11 Navy women’s track & field media guide was written and edited by Matt Muzza. Cover design and template was created by Mark Leddy and the Navy Sports Information staff. Photography was provided by Phil Hoffmann, Tom Connelly and the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau. The Navy Sports Information staff extends its thanks to all Patriot League and opponent sports information offices and all members of past staffs that have assisted in compiling information that is an integral part of this guide. Any corrections or additions to the publication are welcome and should be directed via e-mail to muzza@usna.edu.

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Table of Contents / Schedule Coaches & Staff Head Coach Carla Criste Assistant Coaches 2010-2011 Navy Midshipmen Season Outlook 2010-11 Roster Team Co-Captains Midshipmen Bios Seniors Juniors Sophomores Newcomers NCAA/ECAC Qualification Standards Review, Records & History 2009-10 Season in Review 2009-10 Top Indoor Marks 2009-10 Top Outdoor Marks All-Time Indoor Records All-Time Outdoor Records All-Time Indoor Performance List All-Time Outdoor Performance List All-Time Individual Honors Track and Field Facilities Wesley A. Brown Field House Ingram Field Naval Academy Information Beat Army! The United States Naval Academy Academy History and Traditions Athletic Facilities Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk Academic Achievement Community Service Annapolis and the Chesapeake Region The Patriot League Blue & Gold

Carla Criste

Head Coach  20th Year at Navy  Penn State (‘86) Overall Record at Navy: 257-49-1 (.839)  Two-time reigning Patriot League Indoor Coach of the Year Carla Criste enters her 20th year at Navy in 2010-11.

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The Criste File

COACHING HONORS  Three-time Patriot League Coach of the Year  Three Patriot League titles (Ind: 2001 2009; Out: 2003)  Two Academic All-Americans  Seven Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year  Four Top-20 teams at ECAC Championship

AS A HEAD COACH AT NAVY Year Ind. vs. Army 1991-92 0-1 L, 69-49 1992-93 2-1 L, 65-53 1993-94 1-1 L, 82.3-35.7 1994-95 3-3 L, 64-54 1995-96 3-6-1 T, 74-74 1996-97 10-0 W, 73-63 1997-98 8-6 L, 74-71 1998-99 7-2 W, 93-88 1999-00 8-2 W, 113-68 2000-01 9-2 W, 100-81 2001-02 17-2 W, 93-88 2002-03 10-2 L, 97-81 2003-04 11-2 W, 94.5-86.5 2004-05 11-2 L, 92-89 2005-06 9-0 W, 99.5-81.5 2006-07 7-0 W, 107-73 2007-08 7-0 W, 93.5-87.5 2008-09 13-0 W, 92-88 2009-10 10-0 W, 94-87 Totals 146-32-1 (.818) THE ARMY-NAVY RIVALRY Team W L T Indoor Track 10 7 1 Outdoor Track 11 7 0 Totals 21 14 1

Out. vs. Army 0-1 L, 93-61 3-1 L, 81-73 6-1 L, 89-65 8-0 W, 83-71 5-3 L, 80.3-73.7 5-0 W, 82.5-71.5 2-3 L, 103-60 5-1 W, 103-100 5-0 W, 118-85 9-2 W, 107-96 9-2 W, 109-94 4-1 L, 106-97 10-1 L, 112-91 14-0 W, 110-92 5-0 W, 104-99 10-0 W, 107-96 4-1 L, 119.5-83.5 4-0 W, 116-87 3-0 W 107-93 111-17 (.867) Pct. .583 .611 .597

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COACHING TIMELINE  Navy (1991-Present) - Head Coach • Three Patriot League titles (Ind: 2001 2009; Out: 2003)  U.S. Pan Am Team (1999) - Head Coach  U.S. Olympic Festival East Team (1994) - Head Coach • Guided team to first victory  U.S. Olympic Festival (1993) - Field Events Coach  George Mason (1989-91) - Assistant Coach • Coached five athletes to All-America honors  West Virginia (1987-88) - Assistant Coach • Earned master's degree in exercise physiology

Carla Criste has enjoyed terrific success over her 19-year tenure as Navy's head coach, guiding her teams to a 257-49-1 (.839) mark, including four undefeated seasons and a 78-1 record in dual-scored meets dating back to the 2004-05 season. In addition to its regular season successes, Navy has also stepped up at the postseason championship level, claiming three Patriot League titles since 2001 and posting four top-20 efforts at the ECAC Championship over the last seven seasons. The Midshipmen would post their second-straight undefeated year in 2009-10. The indoor team was 10-0 in dual-scored meets and the outdoor team was 3-0. It was also the second straight year that the women’s track team won both the indoor and outdoor N-Star meets and the ninth sweep overall. Criste also earned her second-consecutive Patriot League Indoor Coach of the Year award. At the helm in 2008-09, Criste guided the Mids to one of their most memorable seasons in program history. After being picked to finish fourth in the Patriot League’s preseason poll, Navy rode its distance corps and a spirited underclassmen group to the program’s second indoor track championship. For her efforts, Criste was named the Patriot League Coach of the Year for the second time in her career. In 2007, Navy recorded a ninth-place team score at the ECAC Championship during the outdoor slate, its highest finish since moving up to the Division I ranks in 1991-92. In that same outdoor season, the Mids also scored at the NCAA East Region Championship for the first time since the regional was added in 2003. In addition to her team's performance on the track, Criste’s student-athletes have also done their part in the classroom. Navy has produced both the Patriot League’s Indoor and Outdoor Track Scholar-Athletes of the Year in three-consecutive years, with distance standout Erica Ziel claiming the honor during both the winter and spring slates a year ago. Before Ziel, it was Vicki Moore, the Class of 2008 Valedictorian with a perfect 4.00 GPA, who was named the conference’s top track student-athlete in 2007-08. The year prior, Kirsten Andrews (’07) became the first Navy women's track & field member to be selected Patriot League Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year for all sports. Andrews would graduate as one of the Academy’s most decorated student-athletes, having twice earned Academic AllAmerica honors during her decorated career. It, thus, came as no surprise when Criste's track & field team was be awarded the Naval Academy Athletic Director's Cup for being the most successful all-around team on The Yard for the 2007-08 athletic season. Criste came to the Academy in 1991 after spending three years as an assistant with the women’s program at George Mason, where she oversaw the jumps, sprints, hurdles and multi-events. There, five athletes earned AllAmerica status and two became NCAA champions under her tutelage. The Patriots also captured the ECAC Division I Championship in each of her three seasons.

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Criste has also been recognized on the national scene. She was selected as the field events coach for the 1993 U.S. Olympic Festival and coached the East team to victory, marking the East's first-win in the history of the festival. In 1999, Criste was named head coach for that year's Pan Am Games in Winnipeg, Canada. She also served as head coach of the 1995 U.S. National Track & Field Team, which consisted of men's and women's junior and senior teams that came together for a series of meets against Canada. Criste guided the U.S. team to wins in all four meets. A standout performer in her own right, Criste was a four-year letterwinner in track at Penn State, serving as captain of the Nittany Lion women's squad in 1985-86. She was an NCAA qualifier in the triple jump and was a national qualifier and ECAC record holder in both the pentathlon and heptathlon. After graduating from Penn State with a degree in nutritional science in 1986, she went on to earn her master's degree in exercise physiology from West Virginia in 1988. While at West Virginia, Criste served as an assistant track & field coach, handling the Mountaineers' jumps, sprints, hurdles and multi-events. After concluding her own collegiate career, Criste continued competing at the national level. For three years (1986-89) she competed at the U.S. Olympic Festival and was a member of the U.S. National Team from 1986-91. She was nationally ranked in both the triple jump and multi-events, representing the United States in several international team competitions. The daughter of Joan and Dave Criste (USNA ‘60), Criste also serves as an Assistant Athletic Director and professor at the Academy.

Karen Boyle

Steven Sarigiannis

Assistant Coach - Distance 24th Year at Navy Bowling Green ‘79

Steven Sarigiannis begins his fifth year as an assistant coach at Navy in 2010-11, where his focus centers on the throwing and pole vault events. During his tenure at Navy, Sarigiannis has helped one thrower to a NCAA regional qualifying mark in the javelin and seven athletes to ECAC-qualifying efforts. In addition, his work with the pole vaulters has paid immediate dividends. Under his guidance, Jacqui Charnigo met an NCAA provisional mark, captured a pair of Patriot League titles and earned All-East recognition three times. Sarigiannis came to the Academy in 2006 after serving as an assistant men's & women track and cross country coach at Robert Morris University from 2001-06. During his tenure with the Colonials, he was primarily responsible for all five throwing events, where he assisted with the cross country and distance runners. He also helped the head coach in training the sprinters, jumpers and hurdlers, while spearheading the recruitment of all track athletes. Other duties included assisting with fundraising, scheduling, meet management, budgeting, travel plans, organizing team events and academic monitoring. In addition to his responsibilities with the track and cross country teams, Sarigiannis was the head strength coach from 2001-05, where he designed and oversaw the weight training programs for more than 10 teams. Prior to his time at Robert Morris, Sarigiannis worked as a graduate assistant with the men's track & field team at Ball State from 2000-01. While earning his master's degree in Health Science in July 2001, he coached all five throwing events and was responsible for the recruitment of throwers. In 2001, he coached Zach Riley to AllAmerican honors in the hammer throw. During his coaching career, Sarigiannis has guided one U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier in the hammer throw, three NCAA Division I All-Americans, four NCAA Championship automatic qualifiers, 28 NCAA East Region Championship qualifiers and two Senior Olympic qualifiers in the shot put and discus. Sarigiannis also coached Tyler Blatchley to a seventh-place finish at the 2009 USATF Indoor Championship. The product of Cicero, N.Y., Sarigiannis was a four-year thrower at UNCWilmington, where he majored in physical education and graduated in December 1999 with honors. He was a three-time All-East and Colonial Athletic Association champion in the discus throw, earning MVP honors during his senior year. The twotime academic all-league thrower also served as the school's student representative at the NCAA Leadership Conference in 1999.

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Karen Boyle, who also serves as the head coach of the Navy women's cross country squad, enters her 24th year as an assistant track coach in 2010-11. Navy has had a very successful distance team under Boyle’s watch, highlighted by Marty Shue’s title in the indoor 1,500-meter run at the NCAA Championship. Boyle has helped the track team to a 30-0 record over the past two seasons and the 2009 Patriot League Indoor Championship. Boyle has enjoyed much success as Navy’s cross country coach, guiding her teams to a 122-20 (.859) mark over her career, including an impressive 21-1 (.955) record in dualscored meets over the last-four seasons. During Boyle's tenure, five Navy cross country runners have competed at the NCAA Division I Championship. Boyle's first national championship qualifier came in 1992 with Kerry O'Neill, followed by Jackie Hayes in 1995, Rebecca Cline in 1997, Melissa Foon in 2000 and Amy Watson in 2008. Boyle has led the Mids to significant honors on both the Division II (1987-1990) and Division I (1991-present) levels. In Navy's last-four years of Division II competition, Boyle coached the cross country team to three-straight undefeated seasons and four-consecutive top-five finishes in the NCAA Division II Championship, with five runners garnering AllAmerica honors. Boyle was named Eastern Region Coach of the Year in three-straight seasons (1988-90). Boyle guided the program into the Division I ranks in 1991, and the Mids immediately achieved success by capturing the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championship in cross country. In 1997 and 2007, Boyle was named Navy's Fall Coach of the Year after she led Navy to an undefeated season. In 2007 and again in '08, she was recognized as the Patriot League Coach of the Year. In 1995, Boyle was selected as team leader for the USA Ekiden International Marathon in Beijing, China. She was also selected to help rewrite the level I track & field certification curriculum at the USA Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. In 1999, she received her C.S.C.S. certification as a nationally accredited certified strength and conditioning specialist. The summer of 2001 saw Boyle serve as an assistant track & field coach for Team USA in the Deaf Track & Field World Games, held in Rome, Italy. Boyle, a 1979 graduate of Bowling Green, received her degree in physical education and earned her master's degree in athletic administration and recreation from her alma mater in 1982. Athletically, she competed in both track and lacrosse, specializing in the 400 and 4x400-meter relay on the track and was a leading scorer for the Falcons' lacrosse squad. Her coaching career began at Heidelberg College in Tiffin, Ohio, where she coached the women's cross country and track & field teams from 1984-86, developing two national champions and nine All-Americans. Boyle is a tenured professor in the Naval Academy's Physical Education Department, teaching personal conditioning, rock climbing, kayaking and triathlon training. Boyle also participates in road races and triathlons. Administratively, Boyle served as the president of the NCAA Division I Women's Intercollegiate Cross Country Coaches Association (1999-2001), as well as a committee member on the USA Track & Field Coaching Education Board and the United States Track Coaches Association Long Distance Advisory Board.

Assistant Coach - Throws Fifth Year at Navy UNC Wilmington ‘99

Season Outlook With a strong contingent of returning talent at a number of different events, the Midshipmen are poised for yet another successful season in 2010-11. "This is a team with a 'can-do, expect to win' attitude," said 20th-year head coach Carla Criste. "They've won a lot over the past several years and we have a confidence in ourselves that will help us a lot." After placing second at the Patriot League Indoor and Outdoor Championships in 2010, the Midshipmen return 11 All-Patriot League selections and two All-ECAC performers.

Distances

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Top Returnees (Career-Best Marks) 800 2:09.85 - Jess Palacio 2:23.88 - Erin Neumann 2:24.39 - Katie Rentz

3,000 10:06.33 - Liz Milewski 10:11.84 - Mollie Hebda 10:30.28 - Marina McGrail

1,000 3:00.79 - Jess Palacio 3:07.41 - Erin Neumann 3:13.72 - Katie Rentz

5,000 17:28.32 - Mollie Hebda 17:54.73 - Marina McGrail 18:17.31 - Bethany Rahill

1,500 4:24.72 - Jess Palacio 4:44.56 - Katie Rentz 4:48.66 - Mollie Hebda

10,000 38:31.48 - Sarah Burns 40:12.51 - Jacqueline Blackburn 41:27.23 - Katie Taylor

Mile 4:50.80 - Jess Palacio 5:03.78 - Katie Rentz 5:10.71 - Mollie Hebda

3,000m Steeplechase 11:32.00 - Bethany Rahall 11:33.62 - Katie Taylor

Junior Jess Palacio returns to the mid-distance unit having already won four Patriot League titles in her first two years at Navy. Palacio won the mile at the Patriot League Indoor Championship last season and was a double-winner in the 800 and 1,500 at the outdoor league meet. For her efforts, Palacio was named the Patriot League Outdoor Championship Track-Athlete of the Meet. She also already owns school records in both the mile and 1,500. "Jess is one our premier athletes," said Criste. "She is really coming into her own and had a strong year last year. This year, she looks even more defined and confident with more experience under her belt." A highlight of Palacio's sophomore season was her second place finish in the mile at the ECAC Indoor Championship. She earned additional All-ECAC honors by finishing seventh in the 1,500 at the ECAC outdoor meet. She would go on to qualify for the NCAA East Regional in the 1,500 and placed 11th in her heat. "Jess will be a big impact scorer in the 800, 1,000, 1,500 and mile and will also run with the 4x400 and 4x800 relays," said Criste. "She has a broad range as well as a lot of versatility. I think she has set a good trend for the rest of the distance runners to follow." Those other distance runners include seniors Erin Neumann and Katie Rentz. Neumann is the team's second-ranked returnee behind Palacio in the 800 and the 1,000. Rentz has been a steady contributor during her career and will look to end her career on a high note. "Erin should help round out the mid-distance crew. She will definitely be an impact player on the 4x800 relay as well as the mid-range distance events," said Criste. Junior Mollie Hebda is poised to lead the team in the long-distance events as the top returnee in both the 3,000 and 5,000. Hebda won the outdoor 1,500 against Army and had top-3 finishes in the mile and 3,000 at the indoor Star Meet. "Mollie should be really strong for us this year," said Criste. Sophomore Liz Milewski will also contribute to the distance group. Milewski transferred from William and Mary prior to last year, but missed the 2009-10 track season due to an injury. Milewski brings a personal-record in the 3,000 of 10:06.33, a time that is tops among Navy's returning distance runners.

“Liz will be strong in the 3K and she is really looking forward to making an impact this year.” Senior Bethany Rahall is back after placing fifth in the 3,000m Steeplechase at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship in 2010. She also won the steeplechase in the outdoor dual against Army. “Bethany will be setting the trend and mentoring some of the other girls for experience in the steeplechase.” Senior Sarah Burns and sophomore Brigid Byrne are each coming off successful cross country seasons and run the 10,000. Freshmen Zatha Loewen and Rachael Honrath will also contribute to the distance unit. As a newcomer with the cross country team this fall, Honrath earned three Patriot League Rookie of the Week honors.

Sprints | Hurdles

Top Returnees (Career-Best Marks) 60 8.05 - Colleen McFadden 8.07 - Mansfield Murph 8.08 - Kristin Smith

500 1:15.58 - Mansfield Murph 1:22.86 - Katie Whitcombe 1:23.32 - Amanda Bonilla

100 12.61 - Colleen McFadden 12.69 - Jessica Ridgeway 13.20 - Jenne Jolie

60H 8.82 - Ashley Aitken 9.29 - Arian Davis 9.54 - Stephanie Payne

200 25.67 - Arabia Littlejohn 25.77 - Mansfield Murph 26.12 - Colleen McFadden

100H 8.82 - Ashley Aiken 9.29 - Arian Davis 9.54 - Stephanie Payne

400 57.27 - Arabia Littlejohn 57.49 - Mansfield Murph 1:00.78 - Lauren Carson

400H 14.58 - Ashley Aitken 15.46 - Arian Davis 15.52 - Stephanie Payne

After losing four-time Patriot League Champion Abby Gesecki to graduation, junior Mansfield Murph and sophomore Arabia Littlejohn will move into leadership roles in the sprints. Murph placed second in the 400 at the Patriot League Indoor Championship last season. She also scored and placed sixth in the 400 at the outdoor league meet. Littlejohn placed third in the 400 and fourth in the 200 at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship. "Mansfield has an incredible range of versatility and will likely also run on the 4x100, 4x400 and 4x800," said Criste. "Arabia is also incredibly versatile," said Criste. "She's got one of our top times from the 60 all the way up to the 800. She spans a wide-range of sprinting talent and she will also be on the 4x100, 4x400 and 4x800." Junior Colleen McFadden enters the season ranked as the top sprinter in the 60 and 100. McFadden had the 2009-10 season's best time in the 60 with an 8.05 third-place finish against Army. Junior Arian Davis is a talented multi-eventer who will also be one of the team's top sprinters. Last season the 4x400 relay team of Gesecki, Littlejohn, McFadden and Murph won the Patriot League Indoor Championship. Additionally, Littlejohn and Murph were on the 4x400 runner-up relay team at the outdoor league meet. The Midshipmen also had success with the 4x800 relay team last season. Gesecki, Murph, Palacio and Neumann placed second in the event at both the indoor and outdoor league meets. The team’s time of 9:02.26 at the outdoor meet was the fourth-fastest time in Navy history. The group of Murph, Littlejohn, McFadden and Davis will comprise Navy’s 4x100 team and each will be have individual sprint success as well Sophomores Jessica Ridgeway and Katie Whitcombe and freshman Kerstin Caesar

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will also contribute in the sprints. Last season the 4x400 relay team of Gesecki, Littlejohn, McFadden and Murph won the Patriot League Indoor Championship. Additionally, Littlejohn and Murph were on the 4x400 runner-up relay team at the outdoor league meet. The Midshipmen also had success with the 4x800 relay team last season. Gesecki, Murph, Palacio and Neumann placed second in the event at both the indoor and outdoor league meets. The team's time of 9:02.26 at the outdoor meet was the fourth-fastest time in Navy history. Junior Ashley Aitken is the team’s top returning hurdler. Aitken owns the ninth-best 60m-hurdle time in school history (8.82) and was the runner-up in the event at the Patriot League Indoor Championship in 2009. “I'm really excited about Ashley,” said Criste. “She came out super strong this year and has looked great in the hurdles so far in the preseason. She also looks great in the jumps and she will segue really nicely into the multi-events.”

Top Returnees (Career-Best Marks)

Top Returnees (Career-Best Marks) Long Jump 18’2½” - Ashley Bucholz 17’2” - Christine Scales 17’1¼” - Arian Davis Triple Jump 37’10½” - Ashley Bucholz 35’6’’ - Ashley Robinson 34’11” - Audrey Stiles High Jump 5’8” - Kristin Smith 5'5" - Christine Scales 5'3" - Arian Davis

Throws

Pole Vault 11'3¾" - Christine Scales 10’2’’ - Jordan Kronshage

Shot Put 44’4¼” - Joy Nameth 44’2¾” - Janet von Eiff 43'3” - Amanda Phelps

Hammer 171'2" - Amanda Phelps 160’5’’ - Ella Starr 152’7” - Joy Nameth

Heptathlon 4,466 pts. - Arian Davis 3,353 pts. - Krysta Porter Lott 3,164 pts. - Ashley Robinson

Weight Throw 53'9" - Amanda Phelps 49’10½” - Joy Nameth 40’7’’ - Jessica Klusmeyer

Javelin 117’3” - Janet von Eiff 111’3” - Joy Nameth 104’10’’ - Ashley Aitken

Pentathlon 3,326 pts. - Arian Davis 2,889 pts. - Krys Porter Lott 2,687 pts. - Ashley Robinson

Discus 130’9” - Joy Nameth 125’10” - Janet von Eiff 125'2" - Amanda Phelps

Sophomore Kristin Smith is back after earning ECAC All-East honors in the high jump as a freshman a year ago. Smith placed third at the Patriot League Outdoor Championship and seventh at the ECAC Outdoor Championship. Smith also won the NStar at the indoor Star Meet. Every athlete at the Naval Academy is tested in the vertical jump and Smith's mark of 30" is the highest by any female in the history of the Academy. "I'm looking for Kristin to have a national impact this year in the high jump," said Criste. "She has great speed, so the combination of her speed and vertical bodes really well for some great jumps this coming season." Former Patriot League high jump champion Christine Scales will also be a big scorer in the event. Scales won the league indoor title as a freshman. "Christine should definitely be in the top-three in the league in the high jump," said Criste. "We will also expect great things from Veronica Ffrench in the outdoor season in the high jump as well as the sprints,” said Criste. Ffrench played on Navy’s volleyball team in the fall and will play basketball in the winter, but will join the track team in the spring. Arian Davis will also aid in Navy’s high jump efforts. “The high jump should be our premier event this season,” said Criste. Scales is poised to lead Navy’s pole vault contingent. Scales scored in the event at the outdoor league championship in 2010. Sophomore Jordan Kronshage will contribute in the event. Christine Scales has looked really good. She'll be our top pole vaulter this year and “C seems really focused and excited for the upcoming year.” Team captain and senior Ashley Bucholz will anchor the long jump and triple jump events. Bucholz had a successful spring in 2010 in both events, placing third in each at the outdoor league meet and winning both events at the outdoor Star Meet. “Ashley should be a big impact scorer in the long jump and triple jump. She's got great speed this year and she's really been getting after it in the weight room. She set a lot of lofty goals for herself and I have no doubt she will achieve them.” Also competing in the horizontal jumps will be sophomore Melanie Sluzewicz. “Melanie has fallen closely behind Ashley's footsteps. She looks really strong in the jumps and I think we will get some big points from her as well.”

“I think this is going to be the year of the throwers,” said Criste. "We have a number of outstanding athletes and we should be very strong in every single one of the throwing events. Janet von Eiff is our team captain and she's got everybody working overtime in the weight room and putting in a lot of extra time in the technical ring.” A trio of veterans, von Eiff, senior Joy Nameth and junior Amanda Phelps, highlight the throwing unit. Phelps has shown a knack of performing at her best on the biggest stages. She set a personal record with a 53’9” weight throw to place second in the Patriot League Indoor Championship in 2010. She also set a PR in the hammer throw of 171’2” to win the event at the outdoor Star Meet against Army. “Amanda is looking very strong in both the 20-pound weight and the hammer right now.” Nameth enters her senior season as the team’s top-ranked thrower in the shot put and the discus. Nameth’s career-best mark in the shot put was a throw of 44’4¼" at the 2008 Patriot League Championship, which earned her All-Patriot League Second Team honors. “Joy is an impact player in all of the different throwing events, especially the shot put and discus.” Von Eiff is the team’s top returner in the javelin and is ranked second in the discus behind Nameth. Von Eiff placed fourth in the shot put at the outdoor league meet in 2010 and has four entries in the Navy’s indoor and outdoor shot put top-10 record book. “Janet is very versatile, she throws every implement out there. I'm looking for her to make a huge impact in the East Region in both the shot put and the discus. "We can look for some good marks in the javelin from all of our plebe throwers: Teronda Brown, Maressa Guynn, Alix Membrano and Katherine Poulin. All three plebes have highly recognizable high school experience and they will really help the scoring ability of our team as well,” said Criste. “Teronda is a little spark plug. She has incredible strength and natural talent and a willingness to learn. I think she will be following right in Janet's footsteps.” Ella Starr will also be an important contributor to Navy's throwers unit. “All of our throwers are very versatile and they spread themselves with an interest in all the different events,” said Criste.

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Senior Ashley Robinson will also be a scorer in the triple jump. Robinson's best jump last season earned her a fourth-place finish at the indoor Star Meet. Junior Arian Davis is the team's top multi-event athlete. Davis placed second in both the pentathlon and heptathlon at the league championships last season. Davis will be the top returning multi-event athlete in the Patriot League this season, as the winners of the pentathlon and heptathlon have graduated. Davis' total of 3,326 in the pentathlon was the second-best total in Navy history. "Arian looks strong in the hurdles and the long jump and is right up there in the topthree of our high jump. She is also great in the throws. "Also, our seniors Ashley Robinson and Krysta Porter Lott have been doing the multievents for four years so they are leading the way with experience and are looking in great shape. Our multi-eventers are looking really strong. I'm excited for the heptathlon and the pentathlon this year."

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2010-11 Navy Women’s Track & Field Roster

Name CL Anastasia Abid Sr. Ashley Aitken Jr. Lauren Allam Fr. Annie Barry So. Jacqueline Blackburn So. Amanda Bonilla Jr. Teronda Brown Fr. Ashley Bucholz* Sr. Sarah Burns Sr. Brigid Byrne So. Kerstin Caesar Fr. Sam Carl Fr. Lauren Carpenter Jr. Lauren Carson Jr. Meghan Connor Fr. Arian Davis Jr. Natasha Druggan So. Veronica Ffrench Fr. Caitlyn Fine So. Maressa Guynn Fr. Kellie Hall Fr. Liz Hatley Jr. Mollie Hebda Jr. Rachael Honrath Fr. Jasmin Jackson So. Jenne Jolie So. Mary Jordan Fr. Jordan Kronshage So. Arabia Littlejohn So. Zatha Loewen Fr. Natalie Logan Sr. Colleen McFadden Jr. Marina McGrail Jr. Alix Membreno Fr. Liz Milewski So. Rachel Minker Jr. Mansfield Murph Jr. Joy Nameth Sr. Erin Neumann Sr. Catherine Nuar Jr. Jess Palacio Jr. Stephanie Payne So. Amanda Phelps Jr. Krysta Porter Lott Sr. Katherine Poulin Fr. Bethany Rahall Sr. Katie Rentz Sr. Jessica Ridgway So. Ashley Robinson Sr. Camille Ross So. Eli Rubin Fr. Christine Scales Jr. Rachel Slater Fr. Melanie Sluzewicz So. Kristin Smith So. Haley Sobrero Fr. Ella Starr Jr. Audrey Stiles So. Katie Taylor Jr. Janet von Eiff** Sr. Katie Whitcombe So. Daphne White Fr. * Indoor captain; ** Outdoor captain

Head Coach: Carla Criste

Event Distance Multi-events Throws Distance Distance Sprints Throws Jumps Distance Distance Sprints Distance Jumps/Hurdles Sprints Pole Vault Multi-events Mid-Distance Jumps/Hurdles Sprints/Jumps Throws Distance Sprints Distance Distance Sprints Sprints Distance Pole Vault Sprints Distance Sprints/Jumps Sprints Distance Throws Distance Jumps Sprints Throws Distance Mid-Distance Mid-Distance Mid-Distance Throws Jumps/Sprints Throws Distance Distance Sprints Hurdles Sprints Pole Vault Jumps Sprints Jumps Sprints/Jumps Sprints Throws Sprints Distance Throws Sprints Hurdles

Ht. 5-3 5-7 5-4 5-8 5-5 5-3 5-5 5-11 5-2 5-7 5-2 5-7 5-10 5-8 5-4 5-4 5-8 5-7 5-5 5-10 5-2 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-6 5-2 5-6 5-9 5-6 5-2 5-3 5-7 5-9 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-7 5-5 5-7 5-7 5-5 5-10 5-4 5-7 5-1 5-5 5-3 5-9 5-3 5-1 5-7 5-5 5-11 5-10 5-6 5-7 5-6 5-3 5-7 5-2 5-10

Hom etown / High School Williamsburg, Va. / Lafayette Yuma, Ariz. / Yuma Catholic Pasadena, Md. / Chesapeake Crestwood, Kan. / Oldham County Wayne, Pa. / Villa Maria Academy Fairfax, Va. / James W. Robinson Angleton, Texas / Angleton DeBerry, Fla. / Father Lopez Rochester Hills, Mich. / Notre Dame Prep Vienna, Va. / James Madison Barrington, R.I. / Barrington Pittsburgh, Pa. / Mt. Lebano Murphy, Texas / Plano East Summersville, W. Va. / Home-schooled Alexandria, Va. / West Potomac Poughkeepsie, N.Y. / F.D. Roosevelt Lexington, Ky. / Tates Creek Milton, Fla. / Milton Scottsdale, Ariz. / Desert Mountain Uniontown, Pa. / Laurel Highlands Stafford, Va. / Brooke Point Corpus Christi, Texas / Flour Bluff Pittsburgh, Pa. / North Hills Manasquan, N.J. / Manasquan Red Bank, N.J. / Red Bank Regional Meridian, Miss. / Lamar Lewisville, Texas/Lewisville Calumet, Mich. / Calumet Steubenville, Ohio / Steubenville Hampstead, N.C. / Topsail Colorado Springs, Colo. / Doherty Ft. Washington, Md. / Bishop Ireton Manchester, Vt. / St. Andrews (Del.) Loxahatchee, Fla. / Saint Pius X Bryn Mawr, Pa. / Radnor Sebastian, Fla. / Sebastian River Mechanicsville, Va. / Atlee Walden, Colo. / North Park Wray, Colo. / Wray Manassa, Va. / Home-schooled Sun Valley, Nev. / Spanish Springs Annapolis, Md. / Broadneck Oceanside, Calif. / El Camino Papillion, Neb. / Papillion-La Vista South Boxborough, Mass. / Acton-Boxborough Yorktown, Va. / Grafton San Diego, Calif. / Mt. Carmel Canton, Miss. / MS School for Math and Science Oxnard, Calif. / Pacifica St. Leonard, Md. / Calvert Overland Park, Kan. / Blue Valley Northwest Monte Sereno, Calif. / Los Gatos Bend, Ore. / Summit Lockport, Ill. / Lockport Township Harleysville, Pa. / Souderton Area Columbus, Mont. / Columbus Chambersburg, Pa. / Chambersburg Manassa, Va. / Battlefield Salem, Ore. / South Salem San Diego, Calif. / Montgomery Phoenix, Ariz. / Barry Goldwater Boulder, Colo. / Boulder

Assistant Coaches: Karen Boyle, Steven Sarigiannis

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Midshipmen by Class Seniors (11) Anastasia Abid . . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Ashley Bucholz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jumps Sarah Burns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Natalie Logan . . . . . . . . . .Sprints/Jumps Joy Nameth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Throws Erin Neumann . . . . . . . . . .Mid-Distance Krysta Porter Lott . . . . . . .Jumps/Sprints Bethany Rahall . . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Katie Rentz . . . . . . . . . . . .Mid-Distance Ashley Robinson . . . . . . . . . . . .Hurdles Janet Von Eiff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Throws Juniors (17) Ashley Aitken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Multi Amanda Bonilla . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Lauren Carpenter . . . . . .Jumps/Hurdles Lauren Carson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Arian Davis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Multi Liz Hatley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Mollie Hebda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Colleen McFadden . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Marina McGrail . . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Rachel Minker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jumps Mansfield Murph . . . . . . .Sprints/Jumps Catherine Nuar . . . . . . . . .Mid-Distance Jess Palacio . . . . . . . . . . . .Mid-Distance Amanda Phelps . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Throws Christine Scales . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jumps Ella Starr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Throws Katie Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Sophomores (17) Annie Barry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Jacqueline Blackburn . . . . . . . .Distance Brigid Byrne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Natasha Druggan . . . . . . . .Mid-Distance Caitlyn Fine . . . . . . . . . .Sprints/Hurdles Jasmin Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Jenne Jolie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Jordan Kronshage . . . . . . . . .Pole Vault Arabia Littlejohn . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Liz Milewski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Stephanie Payne . . . . . . . .Mid-Distance Jessica Ridgway . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Camille Ross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Melanie Sluzewicz . . . . . . . . . . . .Jumps Kristin Smith . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints/Jumps Audrey Stiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Katie Whitcombe . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Freshmen (18) Lauren Allam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Throws Teronda Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Throws Kerstin Caesar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Sam Carl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Meghan Connor . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jumps Veronica Ffrench . . . . . .Jumps/Hurdles Maressa Guynn . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Throws Kellie Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Rachael Honrath . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Mary Jordan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Zatha Loewen . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Distance Alix Membreno . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Throws Katherine Poulin . . . . . . . . . . . . .Throws Eli Rubin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pole Vault Rachel Slater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Haley Sobrero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sprints Cassey Trevino . . . . . . . . .Mid-Distance Daphne White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hurdles

Navy Track and Field Team Captains

Outdoor Team Captain Janet von Eiff

Why did you choose to attend the Naval Academy? I was impressed by the closeness of team when I visited during the winter of my senior year and the fact that coach Karen Boyle came to one of my track meets in Florida during that spring. She really made an impression as a coach and mentor during that time. What is your favorite aspect about being a Midshipman? My favorite aspect would be the camaraderie of Brigade during events where the majority of us are there, such as at football games. I have made great friends here as part of the track team and as part of the Brigade. We all share in so many common experiences during our time here; it makes us all closer. What was your reaction to being voted team captain? I was honored to know that I was chosen not through a good interview or a good impression I left just once on an individual, but a confidence I left in my team and that they put in me after having spent the last few years together. What is your favorite memory of your women's track and field career? My favorite memory would be when we won the Patriot League Indoor Championship the year it was held in Wesley Brown. The atmosphere and emotion as we watched our victory lock in place was surreal. What are your team and individual goals this season? To be determined and aggressive on the track and field while we come closer as a family, encouraging and cheering our sisters to success. What are you hoping for a service assignment and what are your postgraduation plans? I hope to be selected for Marines. What is something about yourself that your teammates would be surprised to know? I enjoy painting as a stress release.

Why did you choose to attend the Naval Academy? I felt that none of the other schools I was considering were as prestigious or better able to set me up in my future career.

What is your favorite aspect about being a Midshipman? My favorite part about being a Midshipman is all of the people that I have gotten to know through my time at the Academy. In the beginning, I was a little nervous about my choice to become a Mid but I was able to stay with it because of all the support I received from those I became close to. What was your reaction to being voted team captain? I was excited and honored to be given the chance to be a team captain, especially for a team of amazing young ladies. They are self-motivated and goal-oriented, which allows me to expect nothing but the best from everyone.

What is your favorite memory of your women's track and field career? The first time I felt the satisfaction of beating Army. It was an indoor meet my Plebe year and it was also the first time that I broke 44 feet in the shot put.

What are your team and individual goals this season? My team goal is to win Indoor and Outdoor Patriot League Championships; this is a goal that involves much effort from everyone and is attainable. It will also push everyone to set new personal records. My individual goals are to break the indoor/outdoor school records for shot put and place in top three every track meet. Definitely give it my all this year and push myself to set new personal records.

What are you hoping for a service assignment and what are your postgraduation plans? I put Surface Warfare as my number one choice for service assignment and I am hoping that I get stationed in San Diego. It would be awesome to be close to my family and friends from back home who have supported me through my time at the Academy. What is something about yourself that your teammates would be surprised to know? Before the Academy I never had a throwing coach to teach me the proper way to throw. In high school I would imitate other girls at competitions or I would take the advice given to me by other team’s coaches. When I got to the Academy, Sarge (coach Steven Sarigiannis) told me that I had been throwing the discus backwards!

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Indoor Team Captain Ashley Bucholz

Midshipmen Bios

Ashley Bucholz Indoor Captain  Jumps  Senior  5-11  DeBerry, Fla.  Father Lopez

Bucholz’s Career Bests:  Long Jump  Triple Jump

18’2½” (5.55m) 37'10½” (11.54m)

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Bucholz’s Career Honors:

 2010 Navy Indoor Track Captain

2009-10 (Junior Season) • Team’s top competitor in the long jump and triple jump • Double-winner in the long jump and triple jump in Navy’s outdoor Star Meet victory at Army • Registered a career best 37’10½" triple jump to win event at Army • Long jump of 17’11¾’’ claimed long jump against Army • Placed third in the Patriot League Outdoor Championships with a triple jump of 37’4½" • Also placed third in the Patriot League Outdoor Championships in the long jump • Was a double-winner in the long jump and triple jump at the outdoor Navy Lidlifter • Runner-up in the long jump and third in the triple jump in the indoor Star Meet • Won the triple jump at the indoor Delaware Invite • Placed second in the triple jump and third in the long jump at the indoor Navy Lidlifter • Placed seventh in the indoor league championship triple jump 2008-09 (Sophomore Season) • Registered 37'5¼" triple jump effort to place third at the outdoor league meet • Was a significant contributor against Army • Took second in the long jump at the indoor Star Meet • Runner-up in both the triple jump and long jump in Navy's spring dual victory • Finished just out of the scoring with a seventh-place triple jump finish at the indoor league championship 2007-08 (Freshman Season) • Competed in long and triple jumps at both Patriot League Championship meets • Placed sixth in the outdoor long jump with career-best distance of 17'8½" • Placed fourth in the long jump during the indoor Star Meet

Ashley Bucholz High School • A 2007 graduate of Father Lopez High School in Daytona Beach, Fla. • Earned letters in track, basketball and cross country • Track team competed at states in her sophomore, junior and senior seasons • Won 2005 state championship as forward on basketball team • Member of the National Honor Society Personal • Full name is Ashley Irene Bucholz • Daughter of Larry and Karla Bucholz • Born May, 16, 1989 in Thornton, Colo. • Majoring in general sciences

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Midshipmen Bios

Janet von Eiff Outdoor Captain  Throws  Senior  5-7  San Diego, Calif.  Montgomery

von Eiff’s Career Bests:  Shot Put  Weight Throw  Discus  Javelin

 Shot Put – Indoor  Shot Put – Outdoor

von Eiff’s Career Honors:

8th, 44'2¾” (13.48m) 7th, 44’1½” (13.45m) 8th, 44’ (13.41m) 10th, 43’4” (13.18m)

 2010 Navy Outdoor Track Captain

2009-10 (Junior Season) • Posted team-best marks in the shot put and javelin throw during the outdoor season • Placed first in the Navy outdoor lidlifter with a season-best shot put throw of 43’3’’ • Scored in the Patriot League Outdoor Championships with a fourth-place finish in the shot put • Runner-up in shot put at Star Meet • Also the runner-up in discus throw at Star Meet • Placed tenth in the discus throw in the Patriot League Outdoor Championships • Had a season-best javelin throw of 112’5’’ at the Star Meet • Placed third in the Navy outdoor Lidlifter in the javelin • Did not compete during indoor track season - was a member of the women’s basketball team 2008-09 (Sophomore Season) • Ranked fourth among conference shot putters (top among sophomores) • Scored with fourth-place finish in the shot put at the outdoor league meet • Won the event in team's Star Meet win during the spring • Also scored against Army with fourth-place effort in javelin • Did not compete during indoor track season - was a member of the women’s basketball team 2007-08 (Freshman Season) • Finished sixth in the shot put at the Patriot League Indoor Championship • Runner-up in the event against Army with season-best toss of 44'2-3/4 • Took third in shot put at the outdoor dual against the Black Knights

Janet von Eiff • Posted three top-10 finishes at Patriot League outdoor meet • Finished seventh in the discus, eighth in the shot put and 10th in the javelin • Also a member of the Navy women’s basketball team High School • A 2006 graduate of Montgomery High School in San Diego • Competed on the basketball, volleyball and track teams. • Tabbed as team MVP of each three teams at least once during her prep career • Won the Mesa League championship in the shot put in each of her four years • Served as the captain of the track team as a senior Personal • Full name is Janet Shigeko von Eiff • Daughter of Robert and Caroline von Eiff • Born Sept. 16, 1988, in San Diego, Calif. • Majoring in general sciences

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In the Navy Record Books:

44'2¾” (13.48m) 38’11” (11.86m) 125’10” (38.37m) 117’3” (35.75m)

Midshipmen Bios

Sarah Burns    

Distance Senior  5-2 Rochester Hills, Mich. Notre Dame Prep

Burns’ Career Bests:

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 3,000  5,000  10,000

10:44.80 18:17.55 38:31.48

2009-10 (Junior Season) • Posted a second-place finish in the 10,000 at the Navy Outdoor Lidlifter • Finished in 11th-place in the 10,000 at the outdoor league championships • Placed seventh at the Delaware Invite in the 3,000 • Finished fourth at the Sweetheart meet and ninth at the Navy Six-Team in the 5,000 • Crossed in the top-50 in the 5,000 at the Larry Ellis Invite • Placed seventh in the 5,000 at the Outdoor Military Championships • Competed in eight cross country meets and had two top-15 finishes 2008-09 (Sophomore Season) • Placed third in the 10,000 at the Towson Invitational • Finished 10th in the outdoor PL championships in the 10,000 with a PR 38:31.48 • Placed eighth in the 5,000 at the Navy Seven-Team meet • Competed in three cross country meets 2007-08 (Freshman Season) • Ran a 19:53.80 in the 5,000 in Navy’s indoor tri-meet • Competed in four meets as a member of the cross country team High School • Attended Notre Dame Preparatory School, where she was a fourtime letterwinner on both the cross country and soccer teams • Helped the cross country squad to back-to-back Catholic League titles in 2006-07 • Was a four-time all-league runner and soccer player • Also an all-region and state championship qualifier in cross country • Served as cross country team captain in 2006 and '07 • Honored with the school's 2007 Athlete-of-the-Year Award • Fulfilled the role of Secretary in the National Honor Society

Sarah Burns

Personal • Daughter of Richard and Jennifer Burns • Born July 19, 1989, in Rochester, Mich. • Majoring in political science • Named to the Commandant’s List twice and the Dean’s List once

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Midshipmen Bios

Joy Nameth    

Throws Senior  5-7 Walden, Colo. North Park

Nameth’s Career Bests:  Shot Put  Weight Throw  Discus  Hammer  Javelin

 Shot Put – Indoor

Nameth’s Career Honors:

7th, 44'4¼" (13.52m) 10th, 43’9¼” (13.34m)

 2008 Second-Team All-Patriot League (Indoor - Shot Put)

2009-10 (Junior Season) • Scored in the weight throw in the Patriot League Indoor Championships with a sixth-place throw of 49’10½’’ - a career best • Placed seventh in the shot put at the indoor league championship • Finished fourth in the shot put and weight throw at the indoor Star Meet • Scored in the outdoor league championships with a fifth-place showing in the shot put • Placed eighth in the outdoor league championships in the discus throw • Finished third in the discus throw at the Kloiber Invite • Posted a season-best 111’3’’ javelin throw in the outdoor league championship • Won the javelin throw event at the outdoor Navy Lidlifter 2008-09 (Sophomore Season) • Ranked among team's top throwers for second-straight year • Placed fifth in the weight throw at the league meet with a careerbest 49'5-3/4" toss • Added scoring effort at the outdoor league meet, placing third in the discus • Uncorked a 130'9" PR toss to finish in scoring position • Took seventh in the shot put at the indoor league championship • Established career-bests in the hammer and javelin at the MSU Legacy Meet 2007-08 (Freshman Season) • Made an immediate impact as a first-year thrower, leading team's shot put efforts • Placed second in the shot put at the indoor league meet with PR 44'4-1/4" toss

Joy Nameth • Runner-up in the shot put during indoor Star Meet win • Took seventh in the shot put at the outdoor league championship High School • A 2007 graduate of North Park High School in Walden, Colo. • Three-sport athlete, earning four letters in track • Team won district title her junior year, regional crown the following year in '07 • Two-time first-team all-conference forward on basketball team • All-State Honorable Mention as outside hitter on volleyball team Personal • Full name is Joy Ruth Nameth • Daughter of Ivan Leroy Edmonds Jr. and Polly Ann Leroy • Born May 27, 1988 in Pueblo, Colo. • Majoring in ocean engineering • Named to Commandant's List after spring of sophomore year

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In the Navy Record Books:

44'4¼" (13.52m) 49'10½" (15.20m) 130'9" (39.86m) 152'7" (46.51m) 111'3" (33.91m)

Midshipmen Bios

Erin Neumann    

Mid-Distance Senior  5-5 Wray, Colo. Wray

Neumann’s Career Bests:

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 800  1,000  1,500  Mile

In the Navy Record Books:  4x800 - Outdoor

Neumann’s Career Honors:

2:23.88 3:07.41 4:59.12 5:24.94

4th, 9:02.26

 2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (4x800 - Indoor)  2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (4x800 - Outdoor)  2010 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

2009-10 (Junior Season) • Earned two all-conference accolades for her efforts as the third leg of Navy’s 4x800 relay team including runner-up honors in the outdoor league championships with a time of 9:02.26 (ranks fourth all-time at Navy) • Recorded a season-best indoor 800 time of 2:27.65 at the Navy Six-Team • Ran a PR 3:07.41 in the 1,000 at the Navy indoor Sweetheart meet • Placed fifth in the 1,000 at the indoor Star Meet and 13th at the indoor league championships • The 4x800 relay team also finished second in the indoor league championships, posting a time of 9:13.82, just .09 behind the winners from Bucknell • Indoor PL time in the 4x800 was an ECAC automatic qualifying effort • Ran a season-best 2:25.44 in the 800 at Army • Ran a PR 4:59.12 in the 1,500 at the Larry Ellis Invite 2008-09 (Sophomore Season) • Placed 10th in the Navy Outdoor Lidlifter in the 1,500 • Finished in 13th place at the Towson Invitational in the 800 • Competed in four cross country meets 2007-08 (Freshman Season) • Placed fourth in 800 at the outdoor Star Meet • Recorded a PR of 2:23.88 i the 800 at the Greyhound Invitational • Competed in two cross country meets High School • Attended Wray High School, where she earned four letters in track, basketball and volleyball

Erin Neumann • Named all-state and all-conference in track during her junior and senior years • Captained track and basketball teams • Member of state, regional and league champion 4x800-meter relay team as a senior • Captured the regional and league titles in the 800-meter run in 2007 • An all-state point guard with the basketball team during her senior campaign • Basketball team advanced to the state championship in 2007 • Wendy's High School Heisman state winner Personal • Daughter of Jan and Dan Neumann • Born June 2, 1989, in Yokosuka, Japan • Majoring in ocean engineering • Named to Commandant's List five times and the Superintendent’s List four times

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Midshipmen Bios

Krysta Porter Lott    

Multi-Event Senior  5-4 Papillion, Neb. Papillion-La Vista South

Porter Lott’s Career Bests:

27.69 2:32.31 10.04 16.98 5'1" (1.55m) 16'10½" (5.14m) 32'2" (9.80m) 72'7¼" (22.13m) 2,889 3,353

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 Shot Put  Javelin  Pentathlon  Heptathlon

 200  800  60m Hurdles  100m Hurdles  High Jump  Long Jump

2009-10 (Junior Season) • Placed eighth in the heptathlon at the Patriot League Outdoor Championships with a total score of 3,120 • Collected 664 points in the 800 with a PR 2:32.31 • Her 800 time was the fourth-best time among heptathlon participants • Also posted PRs in the 100m hurdles and javelin in outdoor championships • Made a PR throw of 32’2’’ in the shot put during the pentathlon at the indoor league championships • Placed eighth in the pentathlon at the Patriot League Indoor Championships with a score of 2,889 2008-09 (Sophomore Season) • Placed fifth in the pentathlon at the Sweetheart Meet • Finished 11th in the pentathlon at the indoor league championships 2007-08 (Freshman Season) • Placed eighth at the outdoor league championships with 3,353 points in the heptathlon • Finished third in the pentathlon against Loyola High School • Earned two letters in track at Papillion-La Vista South • Also attended South River, where she earned three letters in track • Team captain of the track team at Papillion-La Vista South during her senior year • All-county track selection in 2004 Personal • Daughter of Nilda and William Nissen • Stepfather, William, is enlisted in the U.S. Navy

Krysta Porter Lott • Attended the Naval Academy Preparatory School during the 2006-07 academic year • Participated in DECA, Chorus and the Leo Club in high school • Born Oct. 10, 1988 in Woodbridge, Va. • Majoring in general science

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Bethany Rahall    

Distance Senior  5-1 Yorktown, Va. Grafton

Rahall’s Career Bests:

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 3,000  5,000  3,000 Steeplechase

10:34.03 18:17.31 11:32.00

Rahall’s Career Honors:

 2010 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

2010 Cross Country Season • Compted in eight races, finishing in Navy’s top-three in three races • Placed fifth at Army Dual 2009-10 (Junior Season) • One of Navy’s top steeplechase runners • Ran a team season-best time of 11:32.00 to score and place fifth at the Patriot League Outdoor Championships in the 3,000m Steeplechase • Won the 3,000m steeplechase event in the Star Meet at Army • Placed second in the steeplechase at the Navy Outdoor Lidlifter and fifth at the Military Championships • Posted a 10:39.77 to finish fourth in 3,000 at the Navy Indoor Lidlifter • Placed fifth at the Delaware Invite and seventh at the Patriot Games in the 3,000 • Finished in seventh place in the 5,000 with an 18:26.65 at the Navy Six-Team • Placed third in the 5,000 at the Sweetheart Meet • Competed in six races with the cross country team 2008-09 (Sophomore Season) • Ran a PR 18:17.31 in the 5,000 to place sixth in the Navy SixTeam Meet • Placed third in the 5,000 at the Towson Invitational • Ran a PR 10:34.03 in the 3,000 at the Patriot League Indoor Championships • Saw action in six meets during the cross country season and finished in the top-20 twice 2007-08 (Freshman Season) • Competed in the 5,000 • Placed third in the 5,00 in the Navy Five-Team Meet and the Greyhound Invitational

Bethany Rahall • Placed 12th in the 5,000 at the Patriot League Indoor Championships as a freshman • Saw action in three cross country meets High School • Attended Grafton High School, where she was a four-year letterwinner in cross country, track and swimming • Captained cross country and track teams during her senior year • Named all-region and all-district in her final two years • Member of the National Honor Society Personal • Daughter of Mary Etta and Ronald Rahall • Father, Ronald, is a Class of 1979 graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy • Born June 30, 1989, in Oakland, Calif. • Majoring in oceanography • Ranked 25th in Military Order of Merit among 1,033 classmates • Named to the Commandant's List during each of her first seven semesters and to the Superintendent’s List four times

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Midshipmen Bios

Katie Rentz    

Distance Senior  5-5 San Diego, Calif. Mt. Carmel

Rentz’s Career Bests:  800  1,000  1,500  Mile

2:24.39 3:13.72 4:44.56 5:03.78

 DMR - Indoor

8th, 12:07.29

Rentz’s Career Honors:

 2009 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll  2010 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

2009-10 (Junior Season) • Placed fifth in the 1,000 at the Delaware Invite • Had two top-15 finishes in the mile during indoor • Was one of Navy's top-three finishers in five of the seven races in which she competed during the cross country season • Paced the Mids with a 21:51.5 vs. Army in cross country Star Meet 2008-09 (Sophomore Season) • Team's second-ranked miler • Fared well in both Star Meet victories over Army • Took second with career-best indoor mile effort (5:03.78) • Posted PR and was the runner-up in the 1,500 in the spring dual • Earned First-Team all-league honors during cross country season and was named the PL Runner of the Week three times 2007-08 (Freshman Season) • Delivered ninth-place finish in the 1,500 at the spring league meet • Produced four of team's five fastest 1,500 times during outdoor season • Took third in the event at the outdoor Star Meet against Army • Ran a season-best 1,500 time of 4:46.11 at the Colonial Relays • Team's top rookie miler, posted season-best 5:12.26 in dual against Loyola (Md.) • Scored in first three races during cross country High School • A 2007 graduate of Mt. Carmel High School in San Diego, Calif. • Earned four letters in track, three in cross country and three in soccer • Captained her cross country and track teams

Katie Rentz • Three-time all-county cross country runner • Four-time all-county runner on the track team • Selected team MVP of both the cross country and track teams • Named 2006 cross country scholar-athlete of the year • Member of the National Honor Society Personal • Full name is Katherine Anne Rentz • Daughter of Anne and Thomas Rentz • Father, Thomas, and uncle, John, are 1978 Naval Academy graduates • Grandfather, Frank, also graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy • Born March 24, 1989, in Canberra, Australia • Majoring in oceanography • Ranked 39th in Military Order of Merit and 59th overall (1,033 members) • Named to Commandant's List in each of her first seven semesters, the Superintendent's Lists five times and the Dean’s List twice

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Midshipmen Bios

Ashley Robinson    

Hurdles/Jumps/Multi-Event Senior  5-9 Oxnard, Calif. Pacifica

Robinson’s Career Bests:

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 200  800  60m Hurdles  100m Hurdles  Triple Jump

 High Jump  Long Jump  Javelin  Shot Put  Heptathlon  Pentathlon

29.55 2:50.22 9.90 16.22 35’6” (10.82m)

14’5” (4.39m) 15'7’½’ (4.76m) 54'6" (16.61m) 30'9¼" (9.38m) 3,164 2,687

2009-10 (Junior Season) • Scored 2,687 points in the pentathlon at the Sweetheart Meet • Posted PR at Sweetheart Meet in the shot put and long jump during the pentathlon • Placed fourth in the triple jump in the indoor Star Meet against Army with a PR of 35’6” • Placed second in the triple jump at the Navy Outdoor Lidlifter 2008-09 (Sophomore Season) • Posted a season-best 3,164 in the heptathlon at the Legacy Meet for a fifth-place finish • Finished ninth in the heptathlon at the outdoor league championships • Recorded a PR in the javelin throw with a distance of 54’6’’ at the outdoor league championships 2007-08 (Freshman Season) • Placed sixth in the pentathlon at the Loyola dual meet • Finished fourth in the 100m hurdles in Navy Five-Meet High School • Earned four letters in track and field at Pacifica and two letters in basketball • Captain and MVP of track team • Pacific View League Champion in the 100m hurdles and triple jump Personal • Member of student council in high school • Attended the Naval Academy Preparatory School during the 2006-07 academic year • Born July 12, 1988 • Daughter of Delores Tso-Robinson and Kenneth Robinson

Ashley Robinson • Full name is Ashley Nizhonlix Robinson • Father, Kenneth, played collegiate basketball and ran track at Denver University • First cousin of 1987 Naval Academy graduate and NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson • Majoring in English • Ashley’s father, Kenneth, and David’s father, Ambrose, are brothers • First cousin, Charles (David’s brother), is a 1992 Naval Academy graduate

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Midshipmen Bios

Ashley Aitken    

Hurdles/Throws Junior  5-8 Yuma, Ariz Yuma Catholic

Aitken’s Career Bests:

In the Navy Record Books:  60m Hurdles - Indoor

8.82 14.58 4’11’’ (1.50m) 16’¾’’ (4.90m) 104’10” (31.97m)

9th, 8.82

Aitken’s Career Honors

 2009 Second-Team All-Patriot League (60m Hurdles - Indoor)

2009-10 (Sophomore Season) • Team’s top 100m hurdler as a sophomore • Posted a season-best 15.00 in the 100m hurdles for a third-place finish at Army • Won the 100m hurdles at the Navy Outdoor Lidlifter • Placed third in the 100m hurdles at the Kloiber Invite and sixth at the Military Championships • Placed 12th in the 100m hurdles at the outdoor league championships 2008-09 (Freshman Season) • Earned second-team All-Patriot League honors for runner-up finish in the 60m hurdles at the indoor league championships • Placed third in the outdoor league championships in the 100m hurdles • Won the 60m hurdles and was the runner-up in the 100m hurdles at the outdoor Star Meet • 60m hurdles time of 8.82 in the Star Meet was a PR • Won the 60m hurdles at the Delaware Invitational • Placed second in the 60m hurdles at the Navy Lidlifter

Ashley Aitken

Personal • Full name is Ashley Schanelle Aitken • Daughter of Jennifer Aitken • Born February 22, 1989 in Okinawa, Japan • Majoring in general science • Active hospice and Knights of Columbus volunteer

High School • A 2007 graduate of Yuma Catholic High School, where she earned four letters in track, volleyball and basketball • A four-time team-captain and track MVP • Four-time state champion in the 100m hurdles • Two-time high jump state champion (2003, 2005) • Also won Arizona state title in the 200-meter dash in 2004 • League, county and regional champion in the 100-meter hurdles (13.28), 200-meter dash (26.30) and the high jump (5'4") • City of Yuma and Yuma County Athlete of the Year • Also served as team captain and shooting guard on basketball team

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Midshipmen Bios

Arian Davis    

Multi-Event Junior  5-4 Poughkeepsie, N.Y. FD Roosevelt

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Davis’ Career Bests:

 Shot Put  Javelin  Pentathlon  Heptathlon

 200  800  60m Hurdles  100m Hurdles  High Jump  Long Jump

In the Navy Record Books:  Pentathlon – Indoor  Heptathlon – Outdoor

Davis’ Career Honors

27.88 2.34.30 9.29 15.46 5’3’’ (1.60m) 17’1¼’’ (5.21m) 37’11½’’ (11.57m) 94’10’’ (28.92m) 3,326 pts 4,466 pts

2nd, 3,326; 5th, 3,182 6th, 4,466

 2009 Second-Team All-Patriot League (Heptathlon - Outdoor)  2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (Pentathlon - Indoor)  2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (Heptathlon - Outdoor)

2009-10 (Sophomore Season) • Earned second-team all-conference honors for runner-up finishes in the heptathlon and pentathlon • Tallied 3,326 in the indoor pentathlon at the PL Championships, which is the second-highest total in school history • Finished second among pentathlon participants in the shot put event, with a then-PR throw of 35’5¼’’ • Placed third among pentathlon entries in the 60m hurdles, high jump and long jump • Accumulated 4,466 points to finish second in the heptathlon at the outdoor league championships, the sixth highest total in Navy history • Placed first in shot put among heptathlon entries with a new PR of 37’11’½’’ • Finished second in the 800, high jump and 100m hurdles • Posted a team-best 9.29 in the 60m hurdles at the indoor Star Meet • Won the 60m hurdles at the Delaware Invite 2008-09 (Freshman Season) • Emerged as significant contributor, conference's top rookie multieventer • Earned all-league laurels, with runner-up heptathlon effort at outdoor league meet • Racked up 4,252 points, the 10th-best heptathlon performance in school history • Scored over 700 points in the 100 hurdles (712 pts) and high

Arian Davis jump (724 pts) • Had a dazzling championship debut in pentathlon at the indoor Patriot League meet • Accumulated 3,182 points in the five-event competition, collecting third-place honors and six team points to stake Navy to a dayone championship lead • Her pentathlon score ranks as the fifth highest in program history • Produced her top efforts in the 60 hurdles (840 pts) and high jump (724 pts) High School • A 2007 graduate of F.D. Roosevelt High School in Hyde Park, N.Y. • Four-year letterwinner in track • All-American pentathlete, finished fourth at the Nike Nationals meet in 2007 • Finished third in pentathlon at N.Y. state championships • Two-time sectional and league champion in pentathlon • Two-time league high jump champion • Two-time Duchess County and Mid-Hudson Athlete of the Year • Four-time All-Mid Hudson Academic Team honoree Personal • Full name is Arian Dinee Davis • Daughter of Lewis and Martina Hagler • Born Nov. 10, 1989 in Wilmington, Del. • Majoring in oceanography

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Midshipmen Bios

Mollie Hebda    

Distance Junior  5-5 Pittsburgh, Pa. North Hills

Hebda’s Career Bests:

Hebda’s Career Honors

2:25.36 3:14.09 4:48.66 5:10.71 10:11.84 17:28.32

 2010 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

2010 Cross Country Season • Placed in Navy’s top-5 in each of the six races she competed in • Had three top-10 finishes 2009-10 (Sophomore Season) • Team’s top runner in the 3,000 and 5,000 • Ranked second on the team in the 1,500 and the mile • Won the 5,000 against Army at the outdoor Star Meet • Posted a team season-best 10:11.84 in the 3,000 at the Navy Indoor Lidlifter • Ran a team season-best 17:82.32 in the 5,000 at the Larry Ellis Invite • Placed third at the ECAC Outdoor Championships with a time of 9:16.46 in the 4x800 relay • Finished in second place in the 3,000 at the indoor Star Meet • Ran a PR 3:14.09 in the 1,000 to finish second at the Delaware Invite • Ran a PR in the mile to place third in the indoor Star Meet • Finished second in the mile at the indoor Sweetheart Meet • Time of 4:48.66 in the 1,500 was a new PR at the Military Outdoor Championships • Placed second at the outdoor Star Meet in the 1,500 • Competed in three events as a member of the cross country team 2008-09 (Freshman Season) • Had a season-best time of 10:33.81 in the 3,000 at the Patriot Games • Ran a season-best 18:11.91 at the Patriot League Indoor Championships High School • Attended North Hills High School, where she earned four letters in cross country, track and swimming • Claimed school's tri-athlete award in 2008

Mollie Hebda • Captained the swimming team during her senior year Personal • Daughter of Joanne and J. Christopher Hebda • Born March 9, 1990, in Pittsburgh, Pa. • Sister, Stephanie, is a 2010 graduate of the Naval Academy and was a four-year member of the swimming & diving team • Majoring in English • Named to the Commandant’s List three times and the Superintendent’s List twice • Completed her freshman year ranked first in her class in Overall Order of Merit (1,209 classmates) • Ranked 97th of 1,138 classmates in Military Order of Merit

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Midshipmen Bios

Colleen McFadden    

Sprints Junior  5-3 Ft. Washington, Md. Bishop Ireton

McFadden’s Career Bests:

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 60  100  200

8.05 12.61 26.12

McFadden’s Career Honors

Personal • Daughter of Jennifer and Sean McFadden • Born June 16, 1990 • Member of the Haiti Club in high school • Member of the National Honor Society • Majoring in political science • Named to the Commandant’s List three times and the Superintendent’s List twice • Ranked 16th in Military Order of Merit (1,138 classmates)

 2010 Patriot League Indoor 4x400 Champion

2009-10 (Sophomore Season) • Ran the second leg of the Patriot League Indoor Championship winning 4x400 relay title (3:55.73) • Won the 4x400 relay at the indoor Star Meet • Posted the team season-best 60m time with a 8.05 third-place finish and was fourth in the 200 at the indoor Star Meet • Ran a 12.61 in the 100 to place third at the outdoor Navy Lidlifter. Also placed fourth in the 200 at the Lidlifter • Ran first leg of 4x100 relay team that won outdoor Star Meet and Lidlifter, and placed second at the Military Championships • Also won the 4x400 relay at the outdoor Lidlifter 2008-09 (Freshman Season) • Ran a season-best 8.15 in the 60 at the Patriot Games • Posted a season-best time of 26.71 at the Patriot League Indoor Championships • Placed second in the 200 (26.75) and third at the Navy Outdoor Lidlifter in the 100 (12.78) High School • A graduate of Bishop Ireton in Alexandria, Va. • Four-year letterwinner in track and field • Also lettered in swimming and cross country • Team won four Virginia Private School State Championships • Was a three-time team MVP and captain • Won three individual 200 state titles and two 100 state titles

Colleen McFadden

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Midshipmen Bios

Mansfield Murph    

Sprints Junior  5-6 Mechanicsville, Va. Atlee

Mansfield Murph’s Career Bests:  60  200  400  500

 DMR – Indoor  4x400 - Outdoor  4x800 - Outdoor  DMR – Outdoor

Murph’s Career Honors

3rd, 11:58.56 10th, 3:50.38 4th, 9:02.26 2nd, 12:02.89, 3rd, 12:03.22

 2009 Second-Team All-Patriot League (400 - Indoor)  2010 Patriot League Indoor 4x400 Champion  2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (400 - Indoor)  2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (4x800 - Indoor)  2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (4x400 - Outdoor)  2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (4x800 - Outdoor)

2009-10 (Sophomore Season) • Key member of Navy’s talented relay teams • Earned one Patriot League individual title and four runner-up finishes as a sophomore • Won the 4x400 relay at the Patriot League Indoor Championships • Placed second in the 400 at the indoor league championships • Also was on the runner-up in the 4x800 relay team at the indoor league championships • Was a runner-up on both the 4x400 and 4x800 relay teams at the Patriot League Outdoor Championships • 4x800 time (9:02.26) at the outdoor league championships was the fourth-fastest time in school history • 4x400 time (3:50.38) at the outdoor league championships was the tenth-fastest time in school history • Placed sixth and scored in the 400 at the outdoor league championships • Won the 4x100 and the 4x400 relays at the outdoor Star Meet and the 4x400 at the indoor Star Meet • Placed third at the ECAC Championships in the 4x800 • Placed second in the 400 at the outdoor Star Meet • Won the 60 at the Sweetheart Meet • Qualified for the ECAC Championships by winning the 500 at the indoor Star Meet with a time of 1:15.58 • Ran a 1:16.77 in the 500 at the ECAC Championships • Placed third at the indoor Star Meet in the 200 and third in the 400 at the Navy Lidlifter

Mansfield Murph

2008-09 (Freshman Season) • Team's top sprinter as a freshman • Posted runner-up effort in the 400 at the indoor league championship • Scored with sixth-place finish in 200 and as member of thirdplace 4x400 team • Contributed to scoring efforts with fourth-place effort in 400 during spring • Was also a factor in team's Star Meet sweep of Army • Posted second-place finishes in the 200 and 400 during spring dual • Delivered second (400) and third-place efforts (200) during team's indoor victory • Produced conference's fastest times by a freshman in both the 200 and 400

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Murph in the Navy Record Books:

8.07 25.77 57.49 1:15.58

Midshipmen Bios

Jess Palacio

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• Raced as part of the DMR foursome that placed ninth at the ECAC Championships with the third-fastest time in school history (11:58.56) • Outdoor DMR times at the Penn Relays (12:02.89) and Colonial Relays (12:03.22) were the second and third-fastest times in school history High School • A 2007 graduate of Atlee High School in Mechanicsville, Va. • Four-year letterwinner and two-time track team captain • Earned all-state, all-region and all-district honors in long jump, 400 and 500 • Captured regional titles in all three events as well as on a pair of relays (4x200, 4x400) during her junior and senior seasons • Track team captured four district titles during prep career • Three-time all-academic selection Personal • Full name is Mansfield Christian Murph • Daughter of Melvin and Carmen Murph • Born Sept. 1, 1989 in Richmond, Va. • Majoring in systems engineering • Named to Commandant's List after fall of freshman year

   

Mid-Distance Junior  5-7 Sun Valley, Nev. Spanish Springs

Jess Palacio’s Career Bests:  800  1,000  1,500  Mile

2:09.85 3:00.79 4:24.72 4:50.80

Palacio in the Navy Record Books:  Mile – Indoor  4x800 Relay – Indoor  DMR – Indoor  800 – Outdoor  1,500 – Outdoor  4x800 - Outdoor  DMR – Outdoor

1st, 4:50.08; 7th, 4:54.80 5th, 9:09.00; 10th, 9:11.54 3rd, 11:58.56; 8th, 12:07.29; 9th, 12:07.50 8th, 2:09.85 1st, 4:24.72; 2nd, 4:25.26; 4th, 4:26.78; 6th, 4:28.22 4th, 9:02.26 2nd, 12:02.89, 3rd, 12:03.22

Palacio’s Career Honors

 2010 NCAA Regional Qualifier (1,500)  2010 ECAC All-East (1,500 - Outdoor)  2010 ECAC All-East (Mile - Indoor)  2010 Patriot League Championship Track-Athlete of the Meet (Outdoor)  2010 Patriot League Indoor Mile Champion  2010 Patriot League Outdoor 800 Champion  2010 Patriot League Outdoor 1,500 Champion  2009 Patriot League Outdoor DMR Champion  2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (800 - Indoor)  2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (4x800 - Indoor)  2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (4x800 - Outdoor)  2010 Patriot League Outdoor Track Athlete of the Week (4-20)

2010 Cross Country Season • All-Mid-Atlantic Region (21st at NCAA Regional Meet) and AllPatriot League First Team (3rd at PL Championship) • Twice named Patriot League Runner of the Week • Won four races, including Army Dual

Mansfield Murph

2009-10 (Sophomore Season) • Turned in one of the best mid-distance seasons in Navy history as a sophomore • Named Patriot League Outdoor Championship Track-Athlete of the Meet • Won Patriot League titles in the indoor mile and was a doublewinner in the outdoors in the 800 and 1,500 • Won four individual events against Army • Qualified for the NCAA Regional in the 1,500 • Set a school record with a 4:50.08 in the mile to finish second at the indoor ECAC Championships • Was an ECAC All-East performer in the 1,500, placing seventh in the finals • Also qualified for the ECAC Championships in the 800

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Midshipmen Bios

High School • A 2006 graduate of Spanish Springs High School in Sun Valley, Nev. • Lettered in cross country, track, swimming and rifle • Won the coaches award in cross country in 2004

Jess Palacio • Was a runner-up in the indoor league championships in the 800, 4x800, and in the 4x800 at the outdoor championships • Set a school record with a 4:24.72 in the preliminaries of the 800 at the ECAC Championships • Double-winner at the indoor Star Meet vs. Army in the 1,000 and mile • Double-winner at the outdoor Star Meet in the 800 and 1,500 • Won the individual mile title at the indoor Sweetheart Meet, setting the Wesley Brown Field House facility record • Placed second in the 1,500 at the Larry Ellis Invite with a thenschool record time of 4:25.26 • Named Patriot League Track Athlete of the Week on April 20 • Competed in five meets as a sophomore on the cross country team

Personal • Full name is Jesusah Lee Palacio • Daughter of Sherry and Romeo Palacio • Served in the U.S. Marine Corps for two-and-a-half years, attaining the rank of Corporal (E-4) • Earned Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal • Born Sept. 30, 1986, in Reno, Nev. • Majoring in political science • Named to the Commandant’s List for the fall of her sophomore year

2008-09 (Freshman Season) • Ran the 800 leg on Navy's championship-clinching DMR victory • Also scored in the indoor 800 with a fourth-place effort • Added sixth-place finish in 1,500 at outdoor league meet • Captured the 800 in both Star Meet victories over Army • Led all Patriot League freshmen with four individual race victories during indoor season • Contributed to a pair of DMR performances that rank on Navy's all-time top-10 list • Raced as part of the foursome that placed ninth at the ECAC Championships with the third-fastest time in school history

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Jess Palacio

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(11:58.56) • Also was part of two 4x800 relays that posted two times that rank among the program's all-time top-10 • Named Patriot League Rookie of the Week twice during her rookie season (12/6, 2/3) • Competed in eight meets as a freshman on the cross country team, scoring in every race • Earned first-team all-league honors by placing sixth at the league meet

Midshipmen Bios

Amanda Phelps    

Throws Junior  5-10 Oceanside, Calif. El Camino

Phelps’ Career Bests:

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 Shot put  Weight Throw  Hammer Throw  Discus Throw

In the Navy Record Books:  Weight Throw – Indoor

Phelps’ Career Honors

43'3" (13.18m) 53'9" (16.38m) 171'2" (52.18m) 125'2" (38.17m)

9th, 53'9" (16.38m)

 2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (Weight Throw - Indoor)  2010 Patriot League Indoor Field Athlete of the Week (1-13)

2009-10 (Sophomore Season) • Posted the top marks on the team for indoor shot put and weight throw and in the discus and hammer during the outdoor season • Placed second at the indoor league championships in the weight throw with a distance of 53’9’’, the ninth-best in school history • Earned Patriot League Field Athlete of the Week honors after an ECAC-qualifying effort in the weight throw at the Delaware Invite • Placed 11th in the weight throw at the ECAC Championships • Won the shot put event at the indoor Star Meet and the Sweetheart Meet • Also won the weight throw event at the Sweetheart Meet • Threw a PR 43’3” in the shot put to place third at the indoor league championship • Uncorked a PR 171’2” hammer throw to win outdoor Star Meet vs. Army • Also won the shot put in the outdoor dual vs. Army and placed third in the discus • Scored and placed fourth at the outdoor league championships in the hammer throw • Scored and placed third in the shot put at the outdoor league meet 2008-09 (Freshman Season) • Scored in the shot put at the indoor Patriot League meet with a fifth-place finish • Led team's shot put efforts during winter with 41'9¼" achieved at that meet • Ranked sixth among league throwers during indoor season • Was a consistent scorer in Star meets versus Army • Took third in the shot put and weight throw during team's indoor Star Meet victory

Amanda Phelps • Placed fourth in the shot put, discus and hammer during team’s spring win High School • A 2008 graduate of El Camino High School in Oceanside, Calif. • Four-year letterwinner on track team • Also earned three letters on basketball team • Served as team captain on both teams during her senior year • Three-time state qualifier and all-county thrower • Named to San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic First Team in 2007 Personal • Full name is Amanda Jane Brown Phelps • Daughter of Dean and Jane Phelps • Born April 15, 1990 in Olympia, Wash. • Majoring in oceanography

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Midshipmen Bios

Christine Scales    

Jumps Junior  5-7 Oceanside, Calif. Los Gatos

Scales’ Career Bests:  High Jump  Pole Vault  Long Jump

5'5" (1.65m) 11'3¾" (3.45m) 17'2" (5.23m)

 2009 Patriot League Indoor High Jump Champion

2009-10 (Sophomore Season) • Scored and placed fourth at the indoor league championships in the high jump with a PR of 5’5” • Won the pole vault at the indoor Navy Lidlifter with a PR of 11’3¾" • Placed fourth and scored in the pole vault in both the indoor and outdoor Star Meets vs. Army • Tied her PR of 5’5” to tied for third at the outdoor league championships in the high jump • Placed fifth in the outdoor league championships in the pole vault and second in the event against Army • Established a PR of 17’2” to place fifth in the long jump at the Kloiber Invite 2008-09 (Freshman Season) • Delivered breakthrough effort in league championship debut, claiming conference title in the high jump (5'5”) • One of three conference rookies to win an individual title • One of four Navy freshmen who earned all-league laurels at the indoor meet • Was a significant contributor in both dual victories over Army • Took second in the pole vault during indoor dual meet • Scored in three events during the outdoor meeting, winning the high jump, taking third in the long jump and placing fourth in the pole vault • Named Patriot League Rookie of the Week on March 24

Christine Scales

Personal • Full name is Christine Alexandra Scales • Daughter of Robert and Ellen Scales • Born Jan. 2, 1990 in San Jose, Calif. • Majoring in history

High School • A 2008 graduate of Los Gatos High School in Los Gatos, Calif. • Two-sport athlete, won letters in track (4) and soccer (2) • Three-time track MVP • Primarily competed in high jump and pole vault for Los Gatos

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Scales’ Career Honors

Midshipmen Bios

Arabia Littlejohn    

Sprints Sophomore  5-7 Steubenville, Ohio Steubenville

Littlejohn’s Career Bests:

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 60  200  400

In the Navy Record Books:  4x400 - Outdoor

Littlejohn’s Career Honors

8.21 25.67 57.27

10th, 3:50.38

 2010 Patriot League Indoor 4x400 Champion  2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (4x400 - Outdoor)

2009-10 (Freshman Season) • Experienced tremendous success as a first-year member of the 4x400 relay team • Navy’s 4x400 relay team won the indoor league title and placed second at the outdoor league meet • Runner-up finish of 3:50.38 in the 4x400 at the outdoor league meet is the 10th-fastest time in school history • Member of 4x400 team that won both indoor and outdoor Star Meet events • Won the 400 at the outdoor Star Meet with a season-best time of 57.27 • Runner-up in the 400 at the indoor Star Meet • Ran a PR 25.67 in the preliminaries of the outdoor league championships in the 200, placed fourth and scored in the finals • Placed third in the 400 at the outdoor league championship meet • Ran a season-best 8.21 in the 60 at the Sweetheart Meet High School • A 2009 graduate of Steubenville High School in Ohio • Earned letters in three sports: track (4), basketball (4) and soccer (3) • Two-time All-Ohio track and All-Academic selection • Served as track team captain as a senior • Holds high school's 400 record (56.9) • Became the first high school liaison to be elected to the YWCA’s Board of Directors • President of the Red Club (youth division of the American Red Cross) • High School Mentor and Tutor for the Community D.E.S.T.I.N.Y. program.

Arabia Littlejohn

Personal • Full name is Arabia Essence Littlejohn • Daughter of Frank and Genevieve Littlejohn • Born January 19, 1991 in Steubenville, Ohio • Majoring in economics

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Midshipmen Bios

Kristin Smith    

Sprints/Jumps Sophomore  5-10 Harleysville, Pa. Souderton Area

Smith’s Career Bests:  60  200  High Jump

 High Jump - Indoor  High Jump - Outdoor  4x400 - Outdoor

Smith’s Career Honors

2nd, 5’7’’ (1.70m); 4th, 5’6½’’ (1.69m) 2nd, 5’8’’ (1.73m); 3rd, 5’7’’ (1.70m) 10th, 3:50.38

 2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (High Jump - Indoor)  2010 Second-Team All-Patriot League (4x400 - Outdoor)  2010 ECAC All-East (High Jump - Outdoor)  2010 Patriot League Indoor Rookie of the Week (1-19)

2009-10 (Freshman Season) • Had a banner freshman season, earning All-East honors in the high jump and two all-conference accolades • High jump effort of 5’8” at the Penn Relays was good for sixth place and is the second best jump in school history • Placed seventh in the high jump at the outdoor ECAC Championships with a height of 5’7”, which ranks third in school history • Won the high jump at the indoor Star Meet with a jump of 5’7”, the second-highest indoor jump in school history • Placed second in the high jump at the outdoor dual • Also won the high jump at the Navy Six-Team, Patriot Games, Delaware Invite and Navy Lidlifter • Placed second in the high jump at the indoor league championship • Won the high jump event at the Kloiber Invite • Also was a member of Navy’s 4x400 outdoor relay team that placed second at the league championships with a time of 3:50.36 - the 10th highest time in school history • Was also on outdoor 4x400 relay team that won the Star Meet event • Earned Patriot League Indoor Rookie of the Week honors on Jan. 19 High School • A 2009 graduate of Souderton Area High School in Souderton, Pa. • Earned four letters in track at Souderton • Named team MVP and Female Track-Athlete of the Year during her senior year

Kristin Smith • Won the Pennsylvania Outdoor State Championship in the high jump as a senior (5’9”) • Twice captured district high jump titles (2008 & 2009) Personal • Full name is Kristin Nicole Smith • Daughter of Tyrone Smith and Crystal Williams • Born July 4, 1991 in Harleysville, Pa. • Majoring in computer science

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In the Navy Record Books:

8.08 26.66 5’8’’ (1.73m)

Newcomer Bios

Liz Milewski  

Distance  Sophomore  5-6 Bryn Mawr, Pa.  Radnor

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2010 Cross Country Season • Competed in seven races, placed in Navy’s top-5 four times Before Navy • Spent two years at the College of William & Mary, where she competed one year with the track and cross country teams • Ran the mile, 3,000 meters and 5,000 meters with the track team as a sophomore • Ran a season-best 10:06.33 in the 3,000 • Posted a mile time of 5:15.67 High School • Attended Radnor High School, where she earned four letters in cross country, indoor track and outdoor track • Earned all-state honors with cross country during her senior year • Three-time all-league and all-conference selection in cross country • Four-time all-league and all-conference runner on the track • Helped the cross country team to a state title in 2006 • Captained all-three of those teams • Member of the National Honor Society Personal • Full name is Elizabeth Anne Milewski • Daughter of Donna and Leonard Milewski • Born Feb. 1, 1989, in Haverford, Pa. • Majoring in chemistry • Ranked first among 1,180 classmates in Military Order of Merit, 29th in Academic Order of Merit and 20th in Overall Order of Merit • Named to the Commandant’s List three times and the Superintendent’s List three times

Teronda Brown  

Throws  Freshman  5-5 Angleton, Texas  Angleton

High School • A 2009 graduate of Angleton High School where she lettered in track and field • Spent the 2009-10 academic year at the Naval Academy Preparatory School in Rhode Island • Placed second at the Class 4A Texas Championships in the shot put and eighth in the discus as a senior • Placed eighth at the state meet in the discus as a junior • Also an all-district basketball player, earning offensive MVP honors as a senior

Kerstin Caesar  

Sprints  Freshman  5-2 Barrington, R.I.  Barrington

High School • A 2010 graduate of Barrington, where lettered eight times in track and field (indoor and outdoor) and three times in soccer • Competed in the 200 and 400 and relays • Earned four all-division and four all-class honors • Part of an all-state relay team • Team captain of Barrington team that was state runner-ups in the outdoor season in 2010 • Also team captain during her senior indoor track season and soccer season Personal • Full name is Kerstin Dawn Caesar • Daughter of Lynn and Richard Caesar • Born Dec. 12, 1991 in Boston, Mass. • Member of the women’s glee club at Navy and plays the oboe

Veronica Ffrench  

Jumps/Hurdles  Freshman  5-7 Milton, Fla.  Milton

High School • Graduated from Milton High School • Competed in volleyball, basketball and track during her prep career • Was a member of district title-winning teams in each of the sports • Placed second in the state in the high

jump as a senior • Also a member the school's fifth-place finishing 4x400 relay team in the state • Placed sixth in the state in the 400m as a senior • Finished eighth in the state in the 400m as a sophomore • All-county and team MVP during senior year of volleyball and basketball Personal • Full name is Veronica Jean Ffrench • Born April 7, 1992, in Oceanside, Calif. • Father is a retired marine corpsman in the Navy • Also a member of the Navy volleyball and women’s basketball teams

Personal • Full name is Teronda Nechelle Brown • Daughter of Addie and Calvin Ayres • Born June 19, 1991

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Newcomer Bios

Maressa Guynn  

Personal • Full name is Maressa Lynn Guynn • Daughter of Cindy and Charles Henderson • Born Sept. 19, 1990 • Attended the Naval Academy Preparatory School during the 2009-10 academic year, where she was on the basketball team • Member of the National Honor Society

Katherine Poulin

Throws  Freshman  5-7 Boxborough, Mass. Acton-Boxborough

High School • A 2010 graduate of Acton-Boxborough High School • Earned three letters in track and field • Competed in the javelin • Was a runner-up in the state javelin event as a senior • Team captain during senior year • Was a Dual County league all-star • Member of Student Council Personal • Full name is Katherine Alexandra Poulin • Daughter of David Poulin and Mary Ann Noddin-Poulin • Born Nov. 24, 1991 • Older brother, Andrew, is a 2009 graduate of the Naval Academy and was a member of the intercollegiate sailing team • Brother, Gregory, played tennis at Wheaton College

 

Freshman  5-6  Distance Hampstead, N.C.  Topsail

2010 Cross Country Season • Competed in eight races with two top-10 finishes High School • Part of the 2007 track and field team that won the state championship • Member of 3,200 relay team that took a thrid-place finish at state meet • Placed third in the 1,600 and the 3,200 runs • A two-time cross country North Carolina State Champion (2006, ‘07) and runner-up in 2009 • First Topsail High School state champion in any sport • Helped lead the cross country team to its first team state championship in 2007 • Four-time regional cross country champion • Four-time cross country all-state selection and four-time cross country team MVP • Named cross country team captain as a senior • Recipient of the 2008 THS & USMC Distinguished Athlete Award Personal • Daughter of Eric and Jennifer Loewen • Born May 17, 1992 • Niece of Cmdr. John R. Johannesen (USN Ret.) USNA Class of 1981 • Granddaughter of Cmdr. Robert E. Johannesen (USN Ret.) USNA Class of 1960 • Great-granddaughter of Capt. Philip F. Wakeman (USN Ret. Deceased) USNA Class of 1928

Rachael Honrath  

Freshman  5-6  Distance Manasquan, N.J.  Manasquan

2010 Cross Country Season • Competed in six races and finished in Navy’s top-5 five times • Earned three Patriot League Rookie of the Week honors High School • Four-year letterwinner in cross country at Manasquan High School • Captured a combined seven letters in indoor and outdoor track Personal • Daughter of George and Alyson Honrath • Born Oct. 20, 1991

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High School • A 2009 graduate of Laurel Highlands High School • Earned three letters in track and field and basketball • High school team won three WPIAL Sectional Championships • Competed in the shot put, javelin and discus • Was a team and county MVP in track • Won the district shot put title as a senior • As a senior, placed second in the discus and third in the shot put at the PIAA Championships • Placed fifth in the discus and seventh in the javelin at the WPIAL Championships as a junior

  

Zatha Loewen

Throws  Freshman  5-10 Uniontown, Pa.  Laurel Highlands

2011 NCAA Indoor Championship

2011 ECAC Automatic Qualifying Standards

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Automatic Qualifying Standards Division I Women’s Indoor Track and Field Track Events 55 Meters 60 Meters 55-Meter Hurdles 60-Meter Hurdles 200 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds)* (200m/220 yds)* (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)** 400 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds)* (200m/220 yds)* (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)** 800 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds)* (200m/220 yds or less)* (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)** Mile (Under 200m/220 yds)* (200m/220 yds or less)* (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)** 3,000 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds)* (200m/220 yds or less)* (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)** 5,000 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds)* (200m/220 yds or less)* (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)** 4x400-Meter Relay (Under 200m/220 yds)* (200m/220 yds)* (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)** Distance Medley Relay (Under 200m/220 yds)* (200m/220 yds or less)* (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)** Field Events High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Pentathlon

Division I Women’s Track and Field

Time (FAT) 6.74@ 7.26@ 7.57@ 8.14@

Time (MT) — — — —

23.90 23.70 23.20

— — —

53.40 53.10 52.60

52.9 52.6 52.3

2:06.30 2:06.00 2:05.00

2:06.0 2:05.7 2:04.7

4:39.40 4:38.90 4:37.00

4:39.1 4:38.6 4:36.7

9:17.00 9:16.00 9:13.00

9:16.7 9:15.7 9:12.7

16:15.00 16:12.50 16:07.50

16:14.7 16:12.2 16:07.2

3:37.00 3:35.80 3:34.00

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11:10.90 11:09.40 11:05.50

11:10.6 11:09.1 11:05.2

Metric 1.85 4.30 6.38 13.30 16.90 21.00 4,075 points

Feet 6’¾’’ 14’1¼’’ 20’11¼’’ 43’7¾’’ 55’5½’’ 68’10¾’’

Track Events 55 Meters 60 Meters 55-Meter Hurdles 60-Meter Hurdles 100-Meter Hurdles 400-Meter Hurdles 100 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 500 Meters 800 Meters 1,500 Meters Mile 3,000 Meters 3,000-Meter Steeplechase 5,000 Meters 4x100-Meter Relay 4x400-Meter Relay 4x800-Meter Relay Distance Medley Relay

ECAC Indoor 7.16 7.68 8.24 8.80 — — — 25.04 57.04 1:16.04 2:14.44 4:36.94 4:59.04 9:58.94 — 17:33.64 — 3:52.54 9:25.24 12:08.64

ECAC Outdoor — — — — 14.34 62.04 12.08 24.74 55.94 — 2:10.94 4:30.94 — 9:56.24 10:50.24 17:16.64 47.94 3:51.84 9:16.24 —

Field Events

ECAC Indoor Metric 1.70 3.60 5.70 11.90 13.50 16.00 — — — 3,450 points —

ECAC Outdoor Metric 1.70 3.70 5.80 12.05 13.60 — 42.50 41.40 51.00 — 4,500 points

High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Discus Javelin Hammer Pentathlon Heptathlon

Key: @ Qualifying times attained at altitude of 6,000 feet and above, add .04 seconds. *—Size of track; **—The Wesley A. Brown Fieldhouse is 200m and banked. Altitude adjustment available for the 800, mile, 3,000, 5,000 and the DMR relay Times attained at altitude of 3,000-5,999 feet, add .02 seconds. FAT — Fully automatic timing; MT — Manual Timing Outdoor Season Note: The top-48 marks in the East Region will advance to the NCAA East Regional Meet in Bloomington, Ind. The top-12 finishers at the regional will advance to the NCAA Outdoor Championship. There are no longer standards.

Krystina Johnson was a 2010 NCAA East Regional qualifier

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2009-10 Season In Review

2009-10 SCHEDULE/RESULTS INDOOR (10-0) DATE Dec. 1 Jan. 8 Jan. 16 Jan. 30 Feb. 11 Feb. 19-21 Feb. 26 March 6-7

EVENT Navy Lidlifter (Annapolis) Delaware Invitational (Newark, Del.) Navy Open (Annapolis) The Patriot Games (Fairfax, Va.) Sweetheart Meet (Annapolis, Md.) Patriot League Championships (West Point, N.Y.) Army (Star Meet - Annapolis) ECAC Championships (Boston, Mass.)

RESULT 1st of 5 1st of 6 1st of 6 NTS NTS 2nd W, 94-87 T-25th

OUTDOOR (3-0) DATE March 20 March 27 April 10 April 17 April 17 April 22 April 30-May 1 May 15-16 May 27

EVENT Navy Lidlifter (Annapolis) Military Track Championships (Lexington, Va.) at Army (West Point, N.Y.) Larry Ellis Invitational (Princeton, N.J.) MSM Kloiber Invitational (Emmitsburg, Md.) Penn Relays (Philadelphia, Pa.) Patriot League Championships (Lewisburg, Pa.) ECAC Championships (Princeton, N.J.) NCAA East Preliminaries (Greensboro, N.C.)

RESULT 1st of 3 2nd of 6 W 107-93 NTS NTS NTS 2nd 43rd NTS

NTS - No Team Scoring

NCAA REGIONAL QUALIFIERS

Event High Jump (Outdoor) 1,500 (Outdoor)

Athlete Krystina Johnson Jess Palacio

ECAC ALL-EAST PERFORMERS (Top 8)

Athlete Jess Palacio (2nd) Kristin Smith (7th) Jess Palacio (7th)

Event Mile (Indoor) High Jump (Outdoor) 1,500 (Outdoor)

PATRIOT LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS

Indoor Season Athlete Abby Gesecki Jess Palacio Abby Gesecki, Colleen McFadden, Mansfield Murph, Arabia Littlejohn

Event 500 1 Mile 4x400

Outdoor Season Athlete Abby Gesecki Jess Palacio Jess Palacio

Event 400 800 1,500

ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE (1st or 2nd team) Indoor Season Athlete Mansfield Murph (2nd) Abby Gesecki (1st) Jess Palacio (2nd) Jess Palacio (1st) Abby Gesecki, Colleen McFadden, Mansfield Murph, Arabia Littlejohn (1st) Abby Gesecki, Mansfield Murph, Erin Neumann, Jess Palacio (2nd) Kristin Smith (2nd) Amanda Phelps (2nd) Arian Davis (2nd) Outdoor Season Athlete Abby Gesecki (1st) Jess Palacio (1st) Jess Palacio (1st) Abby Gesecki, Kristin Smith, Mansfield Murph, Arabia Littlejohn (2nd) Abby Gesecki, Mansfield Murph, Erin Neuman, Jess Palacio (2nd) Arian Davis (2nd)

Event 400 500 800 1 Mile 4x400 4x800 High Jump Weight Throw Pentathlon Event 400 800 1,500 4x400 4X800 Heptathlon

PATRIOT LEAGUE MAJOR AWARDS

Athlete/Coach Jess Palacio Carla Criste

Award Patriot League Championship Track-Athlete of the Meet (Outdoor) Patriot League Indoor Coach of the Year

PATRIOT LEAGUE INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Women Points 1. Bucknell 168 2. Navy 96 3. Lehigh 92 4. Holy Cross 80 5. Army 79 6. Colgate 60 7. Lafayette 30 8. American 15

Navy placed second at the outdoor league meet in 2010

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PATRIOT LEAGUE OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Women Points 1. Bucknell 191 2. Navy 120 3. Army 97 4. Holy Cross 80 5. Lehigh 73 6. Colgate 56 Lafayette 56 8. American 8

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Senior Abby Gesecki and sophomore Jess Palacio paced the Navy women’s track and field program to yet another undefeated season in 2009-10. Gesecki closed out her career at Navy with three Patriot League individual titles. She won the indoor 500 and 4X400 relay, as well as the outdoor 400. Gesecki was joined on the 4X400 relay team by Colleen McFadden, Mansfield Murph and Araba Littlejohn. Meanwhile, Palacio had a breakout year, winning one indoor PL title (1 mile) and two outdoor (800 and 1,500). Palacio also earned second-team all-conference honors for the indoor 800 and the indoor 4X800 relay team and was named the Patriot League Outdoor Championship Track Athlete of the Meet. The Midshipmen posted a 10-0 record during the indoor season, which was capped by a 94-87 Star Meet win over Army and a second-place finish at the Patriot League Indoor Championships. Head coach Carla Criste was named the PL Indoor Coach of the Year for the second-stright season and the third time in her career. The outdoor team experienced similar success, tallying a 3-0 record in dualscored events. The squad defeated Army 107-93 to earn its eighth overall Star Meet sweep of the Black Knights. Navy also finished second in the Patriot League Outdoor Championships. With their perfect 13-0 record, the Mids went undefeated for the second straight year and are 30-0 during that span. Palacio (800, 7th place) and freshman Kristin Smith (high jump, 7th place) highlighted Navy’s participation in the ECAC Championships, as each earned All-East honors. The Mids concluded their season at the NCAA East Preliminaries, where Palacio competed in the 800 and senior Krystina Johnson competed in the high jump.

2009-10 Individual Navy Indoor Season-Bests 60m Dash

2/26/10 2/26/10 2/11/10 2/20/10 2/20/10

Ashley Bucholz Ashley Bucholz Krystina Johnson Ashley Bucholz Arian Davis

5.47m 5.33m 5.26m 5.24m 5.21m

Army Navy Lidlifter Navy Lidlifter Patriot Games Patriot League Championship

2/26/10 12/1/09 12/1/09 1/30/10 2/21/10

25.97 26.18 26.48 26.66 26.70

Army Army Army Navy Lidlifter Navy Six-Team

2/26/10 2/26/10 2/26/10 12/1/09 1/16/10

Ashley Bucholz Ashley Bucholz Ashley Bucholz Ashley Robinson Ashley Bucholz

11.23m 11.20m 11.02m 10.82m 10.82m

Navy Lidlifter Army Patriot League Championship Army Patriot Games

12/1/09 2/26/10 2/21/10 2/26/10 1/30/10

Abby Gesecki Mansfield Murph Arabia Littlejohn Arabia Littlejohn Mansfield Murph

57.78 58.85 58.86 59.20 59.38

Army Navy Lidlifter Army Navy Lidlifter PL Championship

2/26/10 12/1/09 2/26/10 12/1/09 2/20/10

Amanda Phelps Amanda Phelps Amanda Phelps Amanda Phelps Leshay Bernstein

13.18m 13.03m 12.50m 12.42m 12.26m

Patriot League Championship Army Delaware Invite Patriot Games Army

2/21/10 2/26/10 1/8/10 1/30/10 2/26/10

Mansfield Murph Abby Gesecki Mansfield Murph Abby Gesecki Mansfield Murph

1:15.58* 1:16.67 1:16.77 1:17.28 1:17.72

Army Patriot League Championship ECAC Championship Patriot Games Patriot Games

2/26/10 2/21/10 3/6/10 1/30/10 1/30/10

Amanda Phelps Amanda Phelps Amanda Phelps Amanda Phelps Amanda Phelps

16.38m* 16.23m* 16.20m* 16.04m* 15.90m

Patriot League Championship Sweetheart Meet ECAC Championship Delaware Invite Patriot Games

2/20/10 2/11/10 3/6/10 1/8/10 1/30/10

Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Abby Gesecki Abby Gesecki

2:14.41* 2:16.56 2:19.12 2:19.34 2:21.03

Patriot Games Patriot League Championship Navy Six-Team Navy Lidlifter Army

1/30/10 2/21/10 1/16/10 12/1/09 2/26/10

Arian Davis Krysta Porter Lott Krysta Porter Lott Ashley Robinson Kristin Smith

3,326 pts 2,889 pts 2,870 pts 2,687 pts 2,346 pts

Patriot League Championship Patriot League Championship Sweetheart Meet Sweetheart Meet Sweetheart Meet

2/19/10 2/19/10 2/11/10 2/11/10 2/11/10

Jess Palacio Kayla Sax Kayla Sax Erin Neumann Erin Neumann

3:00.79 3:02.54 3:07.23 3:07.41 3:08.72

Army Army Patriot League Championship Sweetheart Meet Patriot League Championship

2/26/10 2/26/10 2/20/10 2/11/10 2/20/10

Abby Gesecki, Colleen McFadden, Mansfield Murph, Arabia Littlejohn 3:55.73 Patriot League Championship

2/21/10

Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio

4:50.80* 4:54.82 4:59.53 5:00.72 5:00.89

ECAC Championship ECAC Championship Sweetheart Meet Army Patriot League Championship

3/6/10 3/6/10 2/11/10 2/26/10 2/21/10

DMR

Mollie Hebda Erica Ziel Erica Ziel Erica Ziel Mollie Hebda

10:11.84 10:14.09 10:16.21 10:16.96 10:18.59

Navy Lidlifter Army Sweetheart Meet Patriot Games Army

12/1/09 2/26/10 2/11/10 1/30/10 2/26/10

Erica Ziel Lexa Gass Erica Ziel Lexa Gass Marina McGrail

17:52.03 18:08.44 18:09.89 18:10.48 18:13.38

Navy Lidlifter Navy Six-Team Patriot League Championship Patriot League Championship Sweetheart Meet

12/1/09 1/16/10 2/20/10 2/20/10 2/11/10

9.29 9.42 9.44 9.47 9.53

Army Patriot Games Delaware Invite Patriot League Championship Patriot League Championship

2/26/10 1/30/10 1/8/10 2/20/10 2/20/10

1.70m* 1.70m* 1.69m 1.65m 1.65m

Army Navy Six-Team ECAC Championship Patriot League Championship Patriot Games

2/26/10 1/16/10 3/6/10 2/20/10 1/30/10

3.45m 3.45m 3.45m 3.30m 3.30m

Army Patriot League Championship Navy Lidlifter Army Patriot League Championship

2/26/10 2/21/10 12/1/09 2/26/10 2/21/10

8.05 8.08 8.10 8.12 8.15

Krystina Johnson Mansfield Murph Colleen McFadden Kristin Smith Kristin Smith

200m Dash

400m Dash

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Long Jump

Army Army Sweetheart Meet Patriot League Championship Patriot League Championship

Colleen McFadden Kristin Smith Mansfield Murph Colleen McFadden Colleen McFadden

500m Run

800m Run

1,000m Run

1 Mile Run

3,000m Run

5,000m Run

60m High Hurdles Arian Davis Arian Davis Arian Davis Arian Davis Michelle Ferguson

High Jump Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Kristin Smith

Pole Vault

Jessica Schlaegel Jessica Schlaegel Christine Scales Christine Scales Christine Scales

Triple Jump

Shot Put

Weight Throw

Pentathlon

4x400m Relay

4x800m Relay

Abby Gesecki, Mansfield Murph, Erin Neumann, Jess Palacio 9:13.73* Patriot League Championship Abby Gesecki, Mollie Hebda, Mansfield Murph, Jess Palacio 9:16.46* ECAC Championship Molli Hebda, Abby Gesecki, Mansfield Murph, Jess Palacio 12:20.08 Navy Six-Team

2/20/10 3/6/10

1/16/10

Abby Gesecki won four career Patriot League Titles

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2009-10 Individual Navy Outdoor Season-Bests

100m Dash

12.42 12.61 12.62 12.69 12.72

Outdoor Lidlifter Outdoor Lidlifter at Army Patriot League Championship at Army

3/20/10 3/20/10 4/10/10 4/30/10 4/10/10

Krystina Johnson Arabia Littlejohn Arabia Littlejohn Arabia Littlejohn Mansfield Murph

25.84 25.67 25.93 25.96 26.02

Outdoor Lidlifter Patriot League Championship Patriot League Championship Outdoor Lidlifter Outdoor Lidlifter

3/20/10 4/30/10 5/1/10 3/20/10 3/20/10

Abby Gesecki Arabia Littlejohn Arabia Littlejohn Mansfield Murph Arabia Littlejohn

55.84* 57.27 57.34 57.49 57.87

Patriot League Championship Patriot League Championship at Army Patriot League Championship Military Championships

5/1/10 5/1/10 4/10/10 5/1/10 3/27/10

Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Abby Gesecki Jess Palacio Abby Gesecki

2:09.85* 2:12.73 2:14.16 2:15.92 2:16.66

Patriot League Championship Military Championships Larry Ellis Invite at Army at Army

5/1/10 3/27/10 4/17/10 4/10/10 4/10/10

Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio Jess Palacio

4:24.72* 4:25.26* 4:26.78* 4:28.22* 4:31.82

ECAC Championships Larry Ellis Invite Patriot League Championship ECAC Championship Outdoor Lidlifter

5/15/10 4/17/10 5/1/10 5/16/10 3/20/10

Mollie Hebda Mollie Hebda Mollie Hebda Erica Ziel Mollie Hebda

17:28.32 17:39.12 17:49.33 17:52.80 18:13.54

Larry Ellis Invite Military Championships at Army Military Championships Patriot League Championship

4/17/10 3/27/10 4/10/10 3/27/10 5/1/10

Lexa Gass Jacqueline Blackburn Sarah Burns

39:54.98 40:12.51 40:14.80

Patriot League Championship Outdoor Lidlifter Outdoor Lidlifter

4/30/10 3/20/10 3/20/10

at Army Kloiber Invite at Army Outdoor Lidlifter at Army

4/10/10 4/17/10 4/10/10 3/20/10 4/10/10

200m Dash

400m Dash

800m Run

1,500m Run

5,000m Run

10,000m Run

100m High Hurdles Ashley Aitken Ashley Aitken Arian Davis Ashley Aitken Stephanie Payne

15.00 15.08 15.46 15.47 15.52

Kristin Smith Stephanie Payne Katie Whitcombe Caitlyn Fine Katie Whitcombe

1:06.47 1:08.09 1:08.15 1:08.62 1:08.64

Patriot League Championship Patriot League Championship at Army Outdoor Lidlifter Outdoor Lidlifter

5/1/10 5/1/10 4/10/10 3/20/10 3/20/10

11:32.0 11:33.62 11:47.81 11:53.81 11:53.88

Patriot League Championship Military Championships at Army Outdoor Lidlifter Outdoor Lidlifter

5/1/10 3/27/10 4/10/10 3/20/10 3/20/10

Krystina Johnson Kristin Smith Kristin Smith Krystina Johnson Kristin Smith Kristin Smith

1.75m* 1.73m* 1.70m* 1.65m 1.65m 1.65m

Outdoor Lidlifter Penn Relays ECAC Championship ECAC Championship Kloiber Invite Patriot League Championship

3/20/10 4/22/10 5/16/10 5/16/10 4/17/10 4/30/10

Ashley Bucholz Ashley Bucholz Ashley Bucholz Ashley Bucholz Christine Scales

5.55m 5.55m 5.48m 5.30m 5.23m

Patriot League Championship Military Championships at Army Outdoor Lidlifter Kloiber Invite

4/30/10 3/27/10 4/10/10 3/20/10 4/17/10

400m Intermediate Hurdles

3,000m Steeplechase Bethany Rahall Katie Taylor Bethany Rahall Katie Taylor Bethany Rahall

High Jump

Long Jump

Triple Jump

Ashley Bucholz Ashley Bucholz Ashley Bucholz Ashley Bucholz Ashley Robinson

11.54m 11.39m 11.04m 10.85m 10.72m

at Army Patriot League Championship Military Championships Outdoor Lidlifter Outdoor Lidlifter

4/10/10 4/30/10 3/27/10 3/20/10 3/20/10

Christine Scales Jordan Kronshage Christine Scales Jordan Kronshage Christine Scales

3.35m 3.10m 3.10m 3.05m 3.00m

Patriot League Championship Kloiber Invite Kloiber Invite Patriot League Championship at Army

4/30/10 4/17/10 4/17/10 4/30/10 4/10/10

Janet von Eiff Amanda Phelps Amanda Phelps Janet von Eiff Janet von Eiff

13.18m 13.10m 13.07m 13.02m 12.51m

Outdoor Lidlifter at Army Patriot League Championship PL Championship at Army

3/20/10 4/10/10 4/30/10 4/30/10 4/10/10

Amanda Phelps Joy Nameth Joy Nameth Janet von Eiff Joy Nameth

38.17m 37.50m 37.43m 36.97m 36.84m

Military Championships Patriot League Championship Kloiber Invite at Army Outdoor Lidlifter

3/27/10 4/30/10 4/17/10 4/10/10 3/20/10

Amanda Phelps Mia Blundetto Mia Blundetto Mia Blundetto Mia Blundetto

52.18m* 51.65m* 51.41m* 51.00m* 50.54m

at Army Military Championships Patriot League Championship Kloiber Invite at Army

4/10/10 3/27/10 4/30/10 4/17/10 4/10/10

34.26m 33.91m 33.61m 33.39m 32.12m

at Army Patriot League Championship Patriot League Championship Kloiber Invite at Army

4/10/10 4/30/10 4/30/10 4/17/10 4/10/10

Patriot League Championships

5/1/10

Pole Vault

Shot Put

Discus Throw

Hammer Throw

Javelin

Janet von Eiff Joy Nameth Janet von Eiff Joy Nameth Joy Nameth

Heptathlon Arian Davis

4x100m Relay

4,466 pts.

Colleen McFadden, Kristin Smith, Mansfield Murph, Arabia Littlejohn 48.30 Penn Relays

4x400m Relay

4/22/10

4x800m Relay

5/1/10

Abby Gesecki, Kristin Smith, Mansfield Murph, Arabia Littlejohn 3:50.38* Patriot League Championship Abby Gesecki, Mansfield Murph, Erin Neumann, Jess Palacio 9:02.26* Patriot League Championship * Denotes ECAC qualifying mark

4/30/10

Jess Palacio was named the Patriot League Track-Athlete of the Meet after sweeping the 800m and 1500m runs

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All-Time Top Indoor Marks 55-meter Dash 1. Loni Forsythe 2. Chantelle Nagbe 3. Chantelle Nagbe 4. Loni Forsythe Chantelle Nagbe 6. Chantelle Nagbe 7. Chantelle Nagbe 8. Loni Forsythe 9. Loni Forsythe Danielle Still Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe Chantelle Nagbe Chantelle Nagbe

7.12 7.13 7.14 7.15 7.15 7.17 7.18 7.19 7.20 7.20 7.20 7.20 7.20 7.20

2/4/06 2/27/00 2/26/00 12/5/06 2/26/00 2/20/99 2/20/99 1/15/05 1/20/07 2/4/06 12/1/05 2/7/04 12/2/99 2/7/98

Loni Forsythe 60-meter Dash 1. Loni Forsythe 2. Loni Forsythe 3. Loni Forsythe 4. Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe 6. Loni Forsythe 7. Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe 9. Loni Forsythe Chantelle Nagbe

7.59 7.65 7.66 7.67 7.67 7.69 7.73 7.73 7.74 (c) 7.74

2/3/07 2/17/07 2/18/07 2/17/07 3/6/04 3/3/07 1/27/07 1/29/05 2/5/05 3/4/00

200-meter Dash 1. Loni Forsythe 2. Loni Forsythe 3. Loni Forsythe 4. Tineisha Davis 5. Tineisha Davis 6. Tineisha Davis 7. Loni Forsythe 8. Chantelle Nagbe 9. Tineisha Davis 10. Chantelle Nagbe Chantelle Nagbe

24.87 24.95 25.04 25.23 25.25 25.27 25.34 25.37 25.41 25.44 25.44 (c)

2/18/07 2/17/07 3/3/07 2/21/04 12/8/01 2/7/04 2/3/07 2/26/00 2/18/05 2/20/99 12/4/98

400-meter Dash 1. Tineisha Davis 2. Tineisha Davis 3. Tineisha Davis 4. Tineisha Davis 5. Tineisha Davis 6. Tineisha Davis 7. Tineisha Davis 8. Joanna Helm 9. Tineisha Davis 10. Tineisha Davis

55.33 55.34 55.48 55.77 55.81 55.95 56.04 (c) 56.17 56.26 56.56

3/3/02 2/15/02 3/2/02 2/23/02 1/5/02 2/23/02 2/5/05 2/27/00 3/2/03 1/15/05

500-meter Run 1. Tineisha Davis 2. Tineisha Davis 3. Tineisha Davis 4. Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis 6. Tineisha Davis 7. Joanna Helm 8. Tineisha Davis 9. Tiniesha Davis 10. Joanna Helm

1:12.39 1:12.40 1:12.50 1:12.56 1:12.56 1:12.64 1:12.80 1:13.00 1:13.13 1:13.22

3/5/05 1/31/04 3/6/04 3/5/05 3/9/03 2/21/04 3/5/00 2/7/04 2/21/03 2/20/00

800-meter Run 1. Carol Womack 2. Carol Womack 3. Stefani Green 4. Stefani Green 5. Stefani Green 6. Stefani Green 7. Tineisha Davis 8. Carol Womack 9. Carol Womack 10. Carol Womack

2:10.00 2:10.72 2:11.53 2:11.70 2:11.8 2:12.49 2:12.65 2:12.93 2:13.02 2:13.07

3/14/87 3/1/87 2/26/83 3/2/85 2/18/84 2/26/84 1/26/02 2/8/86 2/1/86 3/8/87

1,000-meter Run 1. Erin O'Marr 2. Vicki Moore 3. Erin O'Marr 4. Lori Kelly 5. Amy Baxter 6. Vicki Moore 7. Vicki Moore 8. Vicki Moore 9. Vicki Moore 10. Vicki Moore

2:51.93 2:52.80 2:54.74 2:54.80 2:55.26 2:55.59 2:56.09 2:56.17 2:56.18 2:56.19

3/5/00 3/5/06 2/12/00 2/20/93 2/12/00 3/3/07 1/27/06 3/4/06 3/5/05 2/18/07

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Mile Run 1. Jess Palacio 2. Kim McGreevy 3. Amy Baxter 4. Amy Baxter 5. Amy Baxter 6. Kim McGreevy 7. Kim McGreevy 8. Jess Palacio 9. Kim McGreevy 10. Kim McGreevy

4:50.80 4:51.21 4:52.64 4:52.69 4:52.94 4:53.75 4:54.80 4:54.82 4:55.18 4:55.1

3/7/10 3/5/95 2/25/01 3/4/00 2/27/00 2/25/95 2/18/95 3/6/10 1/14/95 2/3/95

3,000-meter Run 1. Melissa Foon 2. Melissa Foon 3. Melissa Foon 4. Melissa Foon 5. Melissa Foon 6. Amy Watson 7. Melissa Foon 8. Marty Shue 9. Melissa Foon 10. Melissa Foon

9:34.44 9:40.41 9:40.48 9:44.05 9:46.05 9:47.59 9:49.11 9:49.53 9:50.50 9:51.45

3/5/00 2/18/01 3/4/01 2/25/01 2/27/00 2/12/09 2/12/00 2/24/91 1/27/01 2/20/00

5,000-meter Run 1. Justine Whipple 2. Melissa Foon 3. Justine Whipple 4. Amy Watson 5. Justine Whipple 6. Melissa Foon 7. Amy Watson 8. Justine Whipple 9. Erica Ziel 10. Kerry O'Neill

16:40.86 17:04.4 17:04.79 17:08.28 17:10.38 17:15.44 17:15.48 17:18.05 17:21.83 17:22.53

3/4/06 12/9/00 1/27/06 12/2/08 2/18/06 2/17/01 2/22/09 12/1/05 12/2/08 2/13/93

55-meter Hurdles 1. Danielle Still 2. Kirsten Andrews 3. Danielle Still 4. Kirsten Andrews 5. Kirsten Andrews Danielle Still 7. Kirsten Andrews Danielle Still 9. Kirsten Andrews 10. Danielle Still

8.00 8.05 8.08 8.14 8.15 8.15 8.17 8.17 8.21 8.22

2/4/06 2/19/06 2/19/06 2/18/06 2/18/06 2/18/06 2/4/06 2/7/04 1/14/06 12/1/05

60-meter Hurdles 1. Kirsten Andrews 2. Kirsten Andrews 3. Kirsten Andrews 4. Danielle Still 5. Kirsten Andrews 6. Kirsten Andrews Joanna Helm 8. Kirsten Andrews 9. Ashley Aitken 10. Kirsten Andrews Danielle Still

8.70 8.71 8.72 8.72 8.76 8.77 8.77 8.78 8.82 8.84 8.84 (c)

2/17/07 2/18/07 2/3/07 3/6/04 3/4/06 3/4/06 3/4/00 3/5/06 2/7/09 3/3/07 2/5/05

High Jump 1. Suzanne Dondero 2. Kristin Smith Kristin Smith 4. Kristin Smith Shannon Crites 6. Jacqui Charnigo Suzanne Dondero Suzanne Dondero Suzanne Dondero

1.73m 1.70m 1.70m 1.69m 1.69m 1.68m 1.68m 1.68m 1.68m

5'8" 2/23/97 5'7" 2/26/10 5'7" 1/16/10 5'6½" 3/6/10 5'6½" 2/12/00 5'6" 1/19/07 5'6" 2/15/97 5'6" 1/31/97 5'6" 1/25/97

Pole Vault 1. Jacqui Charnigo 2. Jacqui Charnigo 3. Amanda Hasenauer 6. Jacqui Charnigo Amanda Hasenauer Amanda Hasenauer 7. Kirsten Andrews 8. Jacqui Charnigo 9. Amanda Hasenauer 10. Amanda Hasenauer Amanda Hasenauer Amanda Hasenauer

4.07m 3.95m 3.92m 3.90m 3.90m 3.90m 3.86m 3.85m 3.84m 3.81m 3.81m 3.81m

13'4¼" 12'11½" 12'10¼" 12'9½" 12'9½" 12'9½" 12'8" 12'7½" 12'7¼" 12'6" 12'6" 12'6"

3/2/08 1/26/08 2/15/03 2/23/08 2/8/03 2/15/02 2/4/06 3/9/08 12/8/01 1/25/03 2/23/02 2/11/01

Long Jump 1. Kirsten Andrews 2. Chantelle Nagbe 3. Chantelle Nagbe 4. Kirsten Andrews 5. Chantelle Nagbe 6. Joanne Uwujaren 7. Joanne Uwujaren 8. Joanne Uwujaren 9. Joanne Uwujaren Tia Vonil Tia Vonil Chantelle Nagbe

5.93m 5.80m 5.77m 5.71m 5.67m 5.64m 5.62m 5.60m 5.59m 5.59m 5.59m 5.59m

19'5½" 19'½" 18'11¼" 18'8¾" 18'7¼" 18'6" 18'5¼" 18'4½" 18'4¼" 18'4¼" 18'4¼" 18'4¼"

2/17/07 2/19/00 2/12/00 2/3/07 2/6/99 2/2/02 2/19/00 1/19/02 1/18/03 1/20/01 2/17/01 2/20/99

Triple Jump 1. Chantelle Nagbe 2. Joanne Uwujaren Chantelle Nagbe 4. Joanne Uwujaren 5. Joanne Uwujaren 6. Chantelle Nagbe 7. Joanne Uwujaren 8. Chantelle Nagbe 9. Lauren Burmeister 10. Chantelle Nagbe

11.87m 11.84m 11.84m 11.81m 11.76m 11.74m 11.67m 11.63m 11.58m 11.57m

38'11½" 38'10¼" 38'10¼" 38'9" 38'7" 38'6¼" 38'3½" 38'2" 38'0" 37'11½"

2/7/98 3/9/03 12/5/97 3/2/03 1/5/02 1/10/98 2/2/02 12/4/98 2/18/07 2/12/00

Shot Put 1. Jen Leatherman 2. Jen Leatherman 3. Jen Leatherman 4. Jen Leatherman 5. Jen Leatherman 6. Jen Leatherman 7. Joy Nameth 8. Janet von Eiff 9. Ashleigh Shear 10. Joy Nameth

14.52m 13.76m 13.74m 13.71m 13.70m 13.62m 13.52m 13.48m 13.41m 13.34m

47'7¾" 45'1¾" 45'1" 44'11¾" 44'11½" 44'8¼" 44'4¼" 44'2¾" 44'0" 43'9¼"

2/7/04 1/9/04 1/17/04 2/21/04 1/31/04 3/6/04 2/22/08 2/2/08 1/10/03 2/2/08

Weight Throw 1. Jen Leatherman 2. Jen Leatherman 3. Jen Leatherman 4. Jen Leatherman 5. Jen Leatherman 6. Jen Leatherman 7. Sonja Washington 8. Sonja Washington 9. Amanda Phelps 10. Cayanne McFarlane

18.52m 18.35m 18.13m 18.07m 17.77m 17.36m 16.46m 16.45m 16.38m 16.26m

60'9¼" 60'2½" 59'5¾" 59'3½" 58'3¾" 56'11½" 54'0" 53'11¾" 53'9" 53'4¼"

1/31/04 1/9/04 2/21/04 2/7/04 3/6/04 1/17/04 2/27/94 3/5/95 2/21/10 2/18/06

Pentathlon 1. Joanna Helm 2. Arian Davis 3. Danielle Still 4. Katie Berkey 5. Arian Davis 6. Katie Berkey 7. Katie Berkey 8. Cindy Pease 9. Laura Hatcher 10. Lisa Gibellato

3,467 pts. 3,326 pts. 3,263 pts. 3,232 pts. 3,182 pts. 3,180 pts. 3,172 pts. 3,145 pts. 3,137 pts. 3,136 pts.

Distance Medley Relay 1. 11:54.03 1/26/01 Lisa Procaccini, Kacee Jossis, Sara Waters, Melissa Foon 2. 11:56.03 3/4/01 3. 11:58.56 3/8/09 4. 11:59.47 1/29/05 5. 12:06.28 2/19/06 6. 12:06.37 1/31/04 7. 12:07.00 3/5/06 8. 12:07.29 1/31/09 9. 12:07.50 2/22/09 10. 12:14.53 3/6/04 Note: (c) - converted from hand-time

2/18/00 2/19/10 2/17/06 2/20/09 2/20/09 2/12/09 2/16/07 2/28/98 3/4/89 2/27/94

4x400-meter Relay 1. 3:49.34 3/9/03 Amy Stokes, Eva Tukarski, Kacee Jossis, Tineisha Davis 2. 3:51.41 2/21/03 3. 3:52.00 2/27/00 4. 3:52.10 2/25/01 5. 3:52.47 3/4/00 6. 3:53.42 1/27/01 7. 3:54.46 2/15/02 8. 3:54.87 12/8/01 9. 3:54.95 2/23/02 10. 3:55.16 2/27/94 4x800-meter Relay 1. 9:04.81 3/6/04 Gina DiPiero, Kacee Jossis,Erin Demchko, Tineisha Davis 2. 9:05.34 2/21/04 3. 9:06.31 2/27/00 4. 9:07.93 2/16/97 5. 9:09.00 2/21/09 6. 9:10.00 2/23/08 7. 9:10.48 3/3/07 8. 9:10.66 2/19/00 9. 9:10.82 2/17/07 10. 9:11.54 3/7/09

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All-Time Top Outdoor Marks

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100-meter Dash 1. Loni Forsythe 2. Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe 4. Loni Forsythe 5. Chantelle Nagbe 6. Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe 8. Loni Forsythe 9. Loni Forsythe 10. Loni Forsythe Priscilla Lewis 200-meter Dash 1. Loni Forsythe 2. Loni Forsythe 3. Loni Forsythe Chantelle Nagbe Chantelle Nagbe 6. Tineisha Davis 7. Loni Forsythe Loni Forsythe 9. Tineisha Davis 10. Chantelle Nagbe 400-meter Dash 1. Tineisha Davis 2. Tineisha Davis 3. Tineisha Davis 4. Tineisha Davis 5. Tineisha Davis 6. Tineisha Davis 7. Tineisha Davis 8. Tineisha Davis 9. Tineisha Davis 10. Tineisha Davis

11.74 (c) 11.88 11.88 11.91 11.95 11.97 11.97 12.00 12.01 12.03 12.03

24.60 24.65 24.70 24.70 24.70 24.73 24.78 24.78 24.87 24.89

54.16 54.55 54.56 54.67 54.99 55.05 55.23 55.26 55.35 55.39

4/16/05 4/14/07 3/24/07 3/31/07 5/6/00 5/5/07 5/4/07 4/6/07 5/14/05 5/12/07 4/8/06

3/27/04 5/4/07 3/24/07 5/6/00 3/25/00 5/12/02 5/12/07 5/5/07 5/11/02 5/10/97

4/16/05 5/7/05 5/15/05 5/14/05 5/16/04 4/13/02 5/2/03 5/4/02 4/12/03 5/12/02

800-meter Run 1. Stefani Green 2. Carol Womack 3. Carol Womack 4. Carol Womack 5. Carol Womack 6. Stefani Green 7. Carol Womack 8. Jess Palacio 9. Carol Womack 10. Stefani Green

2:07.31 2:08.84 2:08.88 2:09.13 2:09.16 2:09.50 2:09.78 2:09.85 2:10.01 2:10.02

5/26/84 5/16/87 5/23/86 5/3/87 5/21/86 5/22/85 5/23/87 5/1/10 5/11/86 5/26/83

400-meter Hurdles 1. Joanna Helm 2. Joanna Helm 3. Joanna Helm 4. Joanna Helm 5. Stefani Green 6. Joanna Helm 7. Stefani Green 8. Michelle Bostic 9. Stefani Green 10. Stefani Green

58.44 59.28 1:00.40 1:00.44 1:00.47 1:00.54 1:00.84 1:00.87 1:00.89 1:00.91

5/14/00 4/27/00 5/6/00 5/13/00 5/24/85 4/1/00 5/6/84 5/13/06 5/26/84 5/5/85

1,500-meter Run 1. Jess Palacio 2. Jess Palacio 3. Kim McGreevy 4. Jess Palacio 5. Kim McGreevy 6. Jess Palacio 7. Kim McGreevy 8. Kim McGreevy 9. Amy Baxter 10. Lisa Procaccini

4:24.72 4:25.26 4:25.71 4:26.78 4:28.1 4:28.22 4:29.58 4:29.93 4:30.56 4:30.87

5/15/10 4/16/10 5/6/95 5/1/10 3/31/95 5/16/10 4/8/95 5/6/95 5/1/99 4/12/03

3,000-meter Steeplechase 1. Amy Baxter 10:24.01 2. Amy Baxter 10:44.63 3. Amy Baxter 10:47.10 4. Carey Young 10:49.92 5. Arwyn Becker 10:50.95 6. Carey Young 10:53.02 7. Maureen Dooley 10:53.27 8. Maureen Dooley 10:55.24 9. Carey Young 10:58.02 10. Arwyn Becker 10:58.87

5/18/01 4/26/01 5/11/01 4/17/09 4/5/08 5/15/09 4/17/09 4/18/08 5/2/08 4/11/08

5,000-meter Run 1. Melissa Foon 2. Melissa Foon 3. Justine Whipple 4. Melissa Foon 5. Justine Whipple 6. Melissa Foon 7. Amy Watson 8. Melissa Foon 9. Kerry O'Neill 10. Kerri Gray

16:29.77 17:00.64 17:01.06 17:04.27 17:05.97 17:11.61 17:11.81 17:14.9 17:17.79 17:18.89

4/26/01 3/31/01 4/14/06 5/18/01 4/14/07 4/7/01 4/17/09 3/24/01 5/5/91 5/8/94

10,000-meter Run 1. Melissa Foon 2. Justine Whipple 3. Justine Whipple 4. Justine Whipple 5. Allison Barlow 6. Jackie Hayes 7. Justine Whipple 8. Allison Barlow 9. Susie Stewart 10. Jackie Hayes

35:08.27 35:11.84 35:20.79 35:30.02 36:27.52 36:27.80 36:43.73 36:47.61 36:57.28 36:57

4/22/01 5/11/07 5/4/07 5/12/06 5/15/05 4/18/98 5/5/06 3/24/07 5/5/91 4/25/96

100-meter Hurdles 1. Kirsten Andrews 2. Kirsten Andrews 3. Kirsten Andrews 4. Kirsten Andrews 5. Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews 7. Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews 9. Kirsten Andrews 10. Kirsten Andrews Joanna Helm

13.95 14.02 14.05 14.11 14.13 14.13 14.14 14.14 14.17 14.24 14.24

5/14/06 5/6/06 5/13/06 5/12/07 5/12/07 5/5/06 5/5/07 5/4/07 5/13/06 3/25/06 5/14/00

Tineisha Davis

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High Jump 1. Krystina Johnson 2. Kristin Smith 3. Kristin Smith Shannon Crites Shannon Crites 6. Shannon Crites Suzanne Dondero Suzanne Dondero Suzanne Dondero 10. Suzanne Dondero Suzanne Dondero Jenna McDermott Erin Martin

1.75m 1.73m 1.70m 1.70m 1.70m 1.69m 1.69m 1.69m 1.69m 1.68m 1.68m 1.68m 1.68m

5'8¾" 5'8" 5'7" 5'7" 5'7" 5'6½" 5'6½" 5'6½" 5'6½" 5'6" 5'6" 5'6" 5'6"

3/20/10 4/22/10 5/16/10 3/16/02 5/3/03 3/31/01 5/11/97 4/4/97 3/22/97 5/5/96 5/6/95 4/18/92 3/26/88

Pole Vault 1. Kirsten Andrews 2. Amanda Hasenauer 3. Amanda Hasenauer 4. Jacqui Charnigo Kirsten Andrews Amanda Hasenauer 7. Amanda Hasenauer 8. Jacqui Charnigo 9. Jacqui Charnigo Kirsten Andrews Amanda Hasenauer Amanda Hasenauer

3.98m 3.97m 3.91m 3.90m 3.90m 3.90m 3.89m 3.85m 3.81m 3.81m 3.81m 3.81m

13'¾" 13'¼" 12'10" 12'9½" 12'9½" 12'9½" 12'9" 12'7½" 12'6" 12'6" 12'6" 12'6"

4/14/07 4/5/03 4/20/02 5/12/07 4/26/07 4/13/02 4/22/00 5/17/08 5/17/08 5/26/07 3/22/03 3/23/02

Long Jump 1. Kirsten Andrews 2. Michelle Schiller Joanne Uwujaren 4. Kirsten Andrews 5. Michelle Schiller Chantelle Nagbe 7. Kirsten Andrews Joanne Uwujaren 9. Kirsten Andrews 10. Colleen Conley Rhonda Leverett

5.84m 19'2" 5/4/07 5.77m 18'11¼" 5/1/04 5.77m 18'11¼" 4/20/02 5.76m 18'10¾" 4/14/07 5.73m 18'9¾" 4/17/04 5.73m 18'9¾" 3/25/00 5.71m 18'8¾" 5/5/06 5.71m 18'8¾" 3/22/03 5.69m 18'8" 3/31/07 5.67m 18'7¼" 5/4/07 5.67m 18'7¼" 5/3/97

All-Time Top Outdoor Marks

12.05m 39'6½" 5/14/00 12.02m 39'5¼" 5/3/03 11.92m 39'1¼" 4/5/03 11.92m 39'1¼" 4/20/02 11.92m 39'1¼" 5/6/00 11.85m 38'10½" 4/16/05 11.82m 38'9½" 4/14/07 11.74m 38'6¼" 3/23/02 11.70m 38'4¾" 5/5/07 11.69m 38'4¼" 4/25/03

Hammer Throw 1. Jen Leatherman 2. Jen Leatherman 3. Jen Leatherman 4. Jen Leatherman 5. Jen Leatherman 6. Jen Leatherman 7. Jen Leatherman 8. Jen Leatherman 9. Amanda Phelps 10. Meg Joyce

58.81m 192'11" 5/16/04 58.33m 191'4" 5/1/04 57.99m 190'3" 4/17/04 57.79m 189'7" 5/29/04 57.43m 188'5" 4/10/04 55.46m 181'11" 5/9/04 54.12m 177'7" 4/22/04 52.40m 171'11" 3/27/04 52.18m 171'2" 4/10/10 51.82m 170'0" 4/14/06

Shot Put 1. Jen Leatherman 2. Jen Leatherman 3. Jen Leatherman 4. Jen Leatherman 5. Jen Leatherman 6. Jen Leatherman 7. Janet von Eiff 8. Janet von Eiff 9. Jen Leatherman 10. Janet von Eiff

14.30m 46'11" 5/1/04 14.28m 46'10¼" 5/16/04 13.85m 45'5¼" 3/20/04 13.83m 45'4½" 5/9/04 13.69m 44'11" 4/10/04 13.57m 44'6¼" 4/17/04 13.45m 44'1½" 5/1/09 13.41m 44' 4/11/09 13.26m 43'6" 3/27/04 13.18m 43'3" 3/20/10

Javelin Throw 1. Danielle Still 2. Danielle Still 3. Danielle Still 4. Danielle Still 5. Danielle Still 6. Danielle Still 7. Susan Smith 8. Susan Smith 9. Rochelle Smith 10. Danielle Still

48.98m 160'8" 5/4/07 48.22m 158'2" 5/6/06 47.42m 155'7" 4/14/06 46.60m 152'11" 3/18/06 46.39m 152'2" 5/5/06 46.07m 151'1" 4/14/07 45.52m 149'4" 3/27/99 45.18m 148'3" 4/3/99 44.82m 147'0" 5/18/91 44.66m 146'6" 5/7/05

Discus Throw 1. Jen Leatherman 2. Kristy Yarbrough 3. Kristy Nistler 4. Kristy Nistler 5. Elizabeth McQuinn 6. Kristy Yarbrough 7. Jen Leatherman 8. Kristy Nistler 9. Sienna Brown 10. Kristy Nistler

47.60m 43.42m 43.22m 43.14m 42.52m 42.48m 42.30m 42.26m 42.25m 42.18m

Heptathlon 1. Danielle Still 2. Jenna Hausvik 3. Jenna Hausvik 4. Jenna Hausvik 5. Danielle Still 6. Arian Davis 7. Jenna Hausvik 8. Laura Hatcher 9. Danielle Still 10. Karon Barker

156'2" 5/1/04 142'5" 5/2/99 141'9" 4/3/99 141'6" 5/2/99 139'6" 5/3/98 139'4" 4/8/00 138'9" 5/16/04 138'8" 3/20/99 138'7" 4/11/08 138'5" 5/3/98

4,873 pts. 4,756 pts. 4,650 pts. 4,615 pts. 4,525 pts. 4,466 pts. 4,359 pts. 4,318 pts. 4,292 pts. 4,265 pts.

5/6/06 5/9/93 5/8/94 5/10/92 4/30/04 5/1/10 4/22/92 5/7/89 5/5/07 5/7/89

4x100-meter Relay 1. 47.11 5/5/07 Kirsten Andrews, Priscilla Lewis, Loni Forsythe, Danielle Still 2. 47.24 5/7/05 3. 47.37 3/31/07 4. 47.50 3/27/04 5. 47.57 4/16/05 6. 47.61 4/17/04 7. 47.65 5/12/07 8. 47.72 5/6/00 9. 47.73 4/21/07 47.73 4/14/06 4x400-meter Relay 1. 3:44.27 5/12/02 Kacee Jossis, Amy Stokes, Eva Tukarski, Tineisha Davis 2. 3:47.01 4/13/02 3. 3:47.17 5/3/03 4. 3:48.22 5/4/02 3:48.22 5/6/00 6. 3:48.88 5/19/01 7. 3:49.35 4/25/02 8. 3:50.00 5/6/01 9. 3:50.20 5/11/97 10. 3:50.38 5/1/10 4x800-meter Relay 1. 8:50.13 5/2/98 Erin O'Marr, Amy Baxter, Tanya Lehmann, Regina Ware 2. 8:54.89 5/7/05 3. 8:59.82 5/24/97 4. 9:02.26 4/30/10 5. 9:04.54 4/27/95 6. 9:04.60 5/3/03 7. 9:04.74 5/11/97 8. 9:05.17 5/4/07 9. 9:05.47 5/5/06 10. 9:05.62 5/23/98 Distance Medley Relay 1. 11:48.47 4/24/03 Tineisha Davis, Kacee Jossis, Amy Stokes, Lisa Procaccini 2. 12:02.89 4/23/09 3. 12:03.22 4/4/09 4. 12:05.83 4/26/01 5. 12:25.66 4/29/05 6. 12:31.7 4/22/90 7. 12:32.7 5/17/86 8. 12:34.9 4/2/83 9. 12:44.2 4/23/89 10. 12:45.21 5/16/87 Note: (c) - converted from hand-time

Danielle Still

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Triple Jump 1. Chantelle Nagbe 2. Joanne Uwujaren 3. Joanne Uwujaren Joanne Uwujaren Chantelle Nagbe 6. Michelle Schiller 7. Katie Berkey 8. Joanne Uwujaren 9. Colleen Conley 10. Joanne Uwujaren

All-Time Indoor Performance List

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Top 10 Individuals By Event 55-meter Dash 1) Loni Forsythe 2) Chantelle Nagbe 3) Danielle Still Trishette Hall 5) Matice Wright 6) Priscilla Lewis 7) Danielle Yambao 8) Marcia Flack Rhonda Leverett 10) Laura Zarcaro

7.12 7.13 7.20 7.20 7.27 7.33 7.36 7.40 7.40 7.44

2/4/06 2/27/00 2/4/06 2/17/93 2/12/88 2/18/06 2/17/02 2/12/00 2/28/94 2/17/01

500-meter Run 1) Tineisha Davis 2) Joanna Helm 3) Abby Gesecki 4) Mansfield Murph 5) Rhonda Leverette 6) Christine Westrich 7) Kacee Jossis 8) Amy Stokes 9) Carol Womack 10) Alexis Petrosky

1:12.39 1:12.80 1:14.37 1:15.58 1:15.85 1:15.98 1:16.19 1:16.69 1:16.71 1:17.36

3/5/05 3/5/00 2/22/09 2/26/10 1/31/97 2/19/94 3/4/01 2/17/02 2/14/86 1/28/89

1,000-meter Run 1) Erin O'Marr 2) Vicki Moore 3) Lori Kelly 4) Amy Baxter 5) Alyssa Donovan 6) Kayla Sax 7) Regina Ware 8) Erin Demchko Janet Walters 10) Nancy Olson

2:51.93 2:52.80 2:54.80 2:55.26 2:56.76 2:57.64 2:57.74 2:58.59 2:58.59 2:59.24

3/5/00 3/5/06 2/20/93 2/12/00 3/22/98 2/22/09 12/5/97 2/21/04 3/14/87 12/3/94

60-meter Dash 1) Loni Forsythe 2) Chantelle Nagbe 3) Pricilla Lewis 4) Danielle Still 5) Debbie Choi 6) Katie Scotidas Danielle Yambao 8) Colleen McFadden 9) Mansfield Murph 10) Kristin Smith

7.59 7.74 7.80 7.92 7.94 8.02 8.02 8.05 8.07 8.08

2/3/07 2/7/98 2/17/07 3/5/06 2/21/09 2/20/05 2/25/01 2/26/10 2/12/09 2/26/10

800-meter Run 1) Carol Womack 2) Stefani Green 3) Tineisha Davis 4) Maureen Moroney 5) Jess Palacio 6) Erin O'Marr 7) Lori Kelly 8) Vicki Moore 9) Alexis Petrosky 10) Janet Walters

2:09.49 2:11.53 2:12.65 2:13.53 2:14.41 2:14.90 2:15.34 2:16.41 2:16.96 2:17.21

2/23/86 2/26/83 1/26/02 3/1/97 1/30/10 2/6/99 2/27/93 1/20/07 2/28/89 3/1/87

Mile Run 1) Jess Palacio 2) Kim McGreevy 3) Amy Baxter 4) Lisa Procaccini 5) Melissa Foon 6) Aletha Williams 7) Lisa Procaccini 8) Marty Shue 9) Amy Watson 10) Tanya Lehmann

4:50.80 4:51.21 4:52.01 4:55.38 4:55.60 4:56.89 4:58.30 5:00.44 5:00.49 5:01.31

3/7/10 3/5/95 3/4/01 3/2/02 2/11/01 2/27/93 2/24/02 1/26/91 1/31/09 2/22/98

200-meter Dash 1) Loni Forsythe 2) Tineisha Davis 3) Chantelle Nagbe 4) Pricilla Lewis 5) Mansfield Murph Marcia Flack 7) Danielle Still 8) Christine Westrich 9) Krystina Johnson 10) Danielle Yambao

24.87 25.23 25.37 25.74 25.77 25.77 25.87 25.91 25.97 26.12

2/18/07 2/21/04 2/26/00 2/18/07 2/22/09 2/26/01 2/18/06 2/26/94 2/26/10 2/26/01

3,000-meter Run 1) Melissa Foon 2) Amy Watson 3) Marty Shue 4) Suzie Stewart 5) Justine Whipple 6) Kerry O'Neill 7) Kim McGreevy 8) Rebecca Cline 9) Erica Ziel 10) Jaqueline Hayes

9:34.44 9:47.59 9:50.50 9:53.20 9:53.92 9:54.72 9:59.14 10:05.82 10:07.53 10:09.50

3/5/00 2/12/09 2/24/91 2/18/89 2/18/07 2/27/93 1/22/95 2/16/97 2/7/09 2/20/99

1/5/02 2/27/00 2/27/94 2/26/10 2/25/01 2/26/94 2/8/86 1/20/01 2/22/09 3/2/03

5,000-meter Run 1) Justine Whipple 2) Melissa Foon 3) Amy Watson 4) Erica Ziel 5) Kerry O'Neil 6) Marty Shue 7) Rebecca Cline 8) Melanie Stock 9) Jacqueline Hayes 10) Stephanie Patterson

16:40.86 17:04.40 17:08.28 17:21.83 17:22.53 17:24.82 17:27.75 17:32.41 17:46.52 17:52.24

3/4/06 12/9/00 12/2/08 12/2/08 2/13/93 2/24/91 2/23/97 12/8/01 2/21/99 2/6/03

400-meter Dash 1) Tineisha Davis 2) Joanna Helm 3) Rhonda Leverett 4) Abby Gesecki 5) Marcia Flack 6) Becky Ingraham 7) Gretchen Otto 8) Kacee Jossis 9) Mansfield Murph 10) Amy Stokes

55.01 56.17 56.59 57.78 57.99 58.16 58.24 58.27 58.52 58.57

Carol Womack

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All-Time Indoor Performance List 8.00 8.05 8.24 8.24 8.31 8.37 8.43 8.44 8.52 8.54

2/4/06 2/19/07 2/2/08 2/27/00 3/20/03 12/1/04 1/11/03 2/7/04 2/13/93 2/7/98

60-meter Hurdles 1) Kirsten Andrews 2) Danielle Still 3) Johanna Helm 4) Ashley Aitken 5) Shannon Crites 6) Michelle Bostic 7) Katie Scotidas 8) Sabrina Gambill 9) Allison Whatley 10) Arian Davis

8.70 8.72 8.77 8.82 9.00 9.04 9.07 9.11 9.21 9.29

2/17/07 3/6/04 3/4/00 2/7/09 3/2/03 2/5/05 2/22/04 2/22/08 3/2/03 2/26/10

High Jump 1) Suzanne Dondero 2) Kristin Smith 3) Shannon Crites 4) Jacqui Charnigo 5) Laura Hatcher 6) Christine Scales Katie Berkey Elizabeth Wrona Joanna Helm 10) Meghan Filson Matice Wright

1.73m 1.70m 1.69m 1.68m 1.66m 1.65m 1.65m 1.65m 1.65m 1.63m 1.63m

5'8" 5'7" 5'6½" 5'6" 5'5¼" 5'5" 5'5" 5'5" 5'5" 5'4¼" 5'4¼"

2/23/97 1/16/10 2/12/00 1/19/07 2/7/89 2/15/09 2/14/08 1/15/05 2/18/00 3/1/98 1/30/87

Long Jump 1) Kirsten Andrews 2) Chantelle Nagbe 3) Joanne Uwujaren 4) Tia Vonil 5) Sonja Knight 6) Shannon Crites 7) Rhonda Leverett 8) Gloria Hill 9) Ashley Bucholz

5.93m 19'5½" 5.81m 19'0½" 5.64m 18'6" 5.60m 18'4¼" 5.56m 18'3" 5.56m 18'2¾" 5.55m 18'2½" 5.48m 17'11¾" 5.47m 17'11¼"

2/17/07 2/19/00 2/19/00 1/16/01 2/3/95 3/6/03 1/25/97 2/18/06 2/26/10

Triple Jump 1) Chantelle Nagbe 2) Joanne Uwujaren 3) Sonja Knight 4) Lauren Burmeister 5) Madalyn Spivey 6) Katie Berkey 7) Jessica Goetz 8) Michelle Schiller 9) Gloria Hill 10) Ashley Bucholz

11.87m 38'11½" 11.84m 38'10¼" 11.65m 38'2¾" 11.58m 38'0" 11.53m 37'10" 11.49m 37'8½" 11.43m 37'6" 11.37m 37'3¾" 11.28m 37'0¼" 11.23m 36'10¼"

2/7/98 3/9/03 2/25/95 2/18/07 2/17/93 2/3/07 2/18/05 1/14/06 2/23/08 12/1/09

Shot Put 1) Jen Leatherman 2) Joy Nameth 3) Janet von Eiff 4) Ashleigh Shear 5) Amanda Phelps 6) Danielle Still 7) Alicia Chiaramonte 8) Laura Molnar 9) Liz Adams 10) Shri' Drake

14.52m 47'7¾" 13.52m 44'4¼" 13.48m 44'2¾" 13.41m 44'0" 13.18m 43'3" 13.09m 42'11½" 12.63m 41'5¼" 12.60m 41'4¼" 12.58m 41'3¼" 12.46m 40'10½"

2/7/04 2/24/08 2/2/08 1/18/03 2/21/10 2/5/05 1/28/94 2/29/92 2/17/02 2/14/87

Weight Throw 1) Jen Leatherman 2) Sonja Washington 3) Amanda Phelps 4) Cayanne McFarlane 5) Mia Blundetto 6) Leshay Bernstein 7) Joy Nameth 8) Maureen Magnan 9) Kristy Yarbrough 10) Meg Joyce

18.52m 60'9¼" 16.46m 54'0" 16.38m 53'9" 16.26m 53'4¼" 15.57m 51'1" 15.24m 50'0" 15.20m 49'10½" 15.17m 49'9¼" 15.00m 49'2½" 14.35m 47'1"

1/31/04 2/27/94 2/20/10 2/18/06 2/20/10 2/11/10 2/20/10 2/10/89 1/20/01 2/17/07

Pentathlon 1) Joanna Helm 2) Arian Davis 3) Danielle Still 4) Katie Berkey 5) Cindy Pease 6) Laura Hatcher 7) Lisa Gibellato 8) Michelle Bostic 9) Erin Martin 10) Sarah Wilson

Jacqui Charnigo

Pole Vault 1) Jacqui Charnigo 2) Amanda Hasenauer 3) Kirsten Andrews 4) Tina Terry Lauren Baker 6) Jessica Schlaegel 7) Christine Scales Kristin Strizki 9) Kate MacFarlane 10) Megan Tapper

4.07m 3.97m 3.86m 3.60m 3.60m 3.20m 3.15m 3.15m 3.10m 3.05m

13'4¼" 3/2/08 13'¼" 4/5/03 12'8" 2/4/06 11'9¾" 2/7/04 11'9¾" 11/24/03 11'5¾" 2/2/09 11'3¾" 1/31/09 11'3¾" 1/17/04 11'1¾" 2/12/00 10'0" 2/1998

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3,467 3,326 3,263 3,232 3,145 3,137 3,136 3,134 3,069 2,907

2/17/00 2/19/10 2/17/06 2/21/09 2/17/98 3/4/89 2/26/94 2/17/06 3/2/85 2/28/98

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55-meter Hurdles 1) Danielle Still 2) Kirsten Andrews 3) Sabrina Gambill Johanna Helm 5) Shannon Crites 6) Michelle Bostic 7) Allison Whatley 8) Katie Scotidas 9) Roxanne Rusinko 10) Chantelle Nagbe

Top 10 Individuals By Event

All-Time Outdoor Performance List

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Top 10 Individuals By Event 100-meter Dash 1) Loni Forsythe 2) Chantelle Nagbe 3) Priscilla Lewis 4) Trishette Hall 5) Ashley Boykin 6) Marcia Flack 7) Krystina Johnson Danielle Yambao 9) Yasmin Sauls 10) Lauren Hatcher

11.74 11.95 12.03 12.32 12.35 12.39 12.42 12.42 12.48 12.54

4/16/05 5/6/00 4/8/06 3/30/96 5/2/09 4/7/01 3/20/10 5/4/02 4/8/06 5/14/89

10,000-meter Run 1) Melissa Foon 2) Justine Whipple 3) Allison Barlow 4) Jackie Hayes 5) Rebecca Cline 6) Suzie Stewart 7) Andi Johnson 8) Erica Ziel 9) Amy Watson 10) Lexa Gass

35:08.27 35:11.84 36:27.52 36:27.80 36:44.80 36:57.28 37:00.80 37:02.51 37:18.05 37:18.52

4/22/01 5/11/07 5/15/05 4/18/98 5/10/98 5/5/91 5/21/94 3/28/09 5/10/08 5/1/09

13.95 14.24 14.26 14.44 14.38 14.58 14.80 14.84 15.11 15.24

5/14/06 5/14/00 5/13/05 5/5/07 5/12/02 5/2/09 3/20/04 4/11/87 5/6/05 5/1/93

58.44 1:00.47 1:00.87 1:01.83 1:01.95 1:02.01 1:02.74 1:03.29 1:03.64 1:03.86

5/14/00 5/24/85 5/13/06 5/19/01 4/23/94 5/12/02 5/3/87 5/7/89 4/4/97 4/16/05

3,000-meter Steeplechase 1) Amy Baxter 10:24.01 2) Carey Young 10:49.92 3) Arwyn Becker 10:50.95 4) Maureen Dooley 10:55.24 5) Erin Demchko 11:13.29 6) Kyleigh Millhouse 11:14.68 7) Abby Wilder 11:17.18 8) Jennifer Day 11:21.61 9) Bethany Rahall 11:32.24 10) Stephanie Hayes 11:32.31

5/18/01 4/17/09 4/5/08 4/18/08 3/26/05 3/5/07 4/14/01 4/3/03 5/1/10 5/1/04

200-meter Dash 1) Loni Forsythe 2) Chantelle Nagbe 3) Tineisha Davis 4) Yolanda Williams 5) Pricilla Lewis Marcia Flack 7) Danielle Still 8) Chris Westrich 9) Danielle Yambao 10) Trishette Hall

24.60 24.70 24.73 25.45 25.05 25.05 25.40 25.54 25.64 25.67

3/27/04 5/6/00 5/12/02 5/14/83 5/5/07 5/6/00 3/27/04 4/23/94 5/12/02 4/5/96

100-meter Hurdles 1) Kirsten Andrews 2) Johanna Helm 3) Danielle Still 4) Michelle Bostic 5) Shannon Crites 6) Ashley Aitken 7) Katie Scotidas 8) Joanie Rangitsch 9) Sabrina Gambill 10) Roxanne Rusinko

400-meter Dash 1) Tineisha Davis 2) Rhonda Leverett 3) Abby Gesecki 4) Carol Womack 5) Arabia Littlejohn 6) Gretchen Otto 7) Taren Burkett 8) Mansfield Murph 9) Sue Honan 10) Honore Nealy

54.16 55.56 55.84 56.44 57.27 57.42 57.44 57.49 57.54 57.65

4/16/05 5/20/94 5/1/10 4/26/86 5/1/10 5/1/86 4/16/05 5/1/10 4/5/83 3/26/88

400-meter Hurdles 1) Joanna Helm 2) Stefani Green 3) Michelle Bostic 4) Marcia Flack 5) Becky Ingrahm 6) Amy Stokes 7) Tawny Petrick 8) Valerie Mansfield 9) Tamara Allen 10) Tina Terry

800-meter Run 1) Stefani Green 2) Carol Womack 3) Jess Palacio 4) Vicki Moore 5) Tineisha Davis 6) Regina Ware 7) Erin O’Marr 8) Abby Gesecki 9) Maureen Moroney 10) Robin Young

2:07.31 2:08.84 2:09.85 2:11.74 2:11.84 2:12.14 2:13.61 2:14.16 2:14.24 2:14.34

5/26/84 5/16/87 5/1/10 5/7/05 4/8/05 5/3/98 5/13/00 4/16/10 4/4/97 4/21/84

Jess Palacio

1,500-meter Run 1) Jess Palacio 2) Kim McGreevy 3) Amy Baxter 4) Lisa Procaccini 5) Kristyn Kern 6) Vanessa Guthrie 7) Kelly Ann Osborn 8) Melissa Foon 9) Amy Colvin 10) Aletha Williams

4:25.26 4:25.71 4:30.56 4:30.87 4:30.44 4:30.46 4:31.05 4:35.12 4:35.36 4:36.74

4/16/10 5/6/95 5/1/99 4/12/03 4/2/05 4/2/05 4/2/05 4/7/01 2/12/88 4/3/93

5,000-meter Run 1) Melissa Foon 2) Justine Whipple 3) Amy Watson 4) Kerry O'Neill 5) Kerri Gray 6) Rebecca Cline 7) Erica Ziel 8) Jackie Hayes 9) Marty Shue 10) Mollie Hebda

16:29.77 17:01.06 17:11.81 17:17.79 17:18.89 17:23.10 17:23.80 17:26.03 17:26.17 17:28.32

4/26/01 4/14/06 4/17/09 5/5/91 5/8/94 5/4/97 4/11/09 5/5/96 4/13/91 4/16/10

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All-Time Outdoor Performance List 1.75m 1.73m 1.70m 1.69m 1.68m 1.68m 1.68m 1.65m 1.65m 1.64m 1.64m

5'8¾" 5'8" 5'7" 5'6½" 5'6" 5'6" 5'6" 5'5" 5'5" 5'4½" 5'4½"

3/20/10 4/23/10 5/3/03 3/22/97 3/26/98 5/17/92 4/18/92 5/1/10 5/5/07 4/8/00 4/4/97

Pole Vault 1) Kirsten Andrews 2) Amanda Hasenauer 3) Jacqui Charnigo 4) Tina Terry Lauren Baker 6) Jessica Schlaegel 7) Christine Scales 8) Kristin Strizki 9) Jordan Kronshage 10) Carmen Meier

3.98m 3.97m 3.90m 3.66m 3.66m 3.45m 3.35m 3.21m 3.10m 3.05m

13'0¾" 13'0¼" 12'9½" 12'0" 12'0" 11'3¾" 10'11¾" 10'6¼" 10'2" 10'0"

4/14/07 4/5/03 5/12/07 4/26/04 4/12/04 5/2/09 5/1/10 4/10/03 4/17/10 3/25/06

Long Jump 1) Kirsten Andrews 2) Michelle Schiller Joanne Uwujaren 4) Chantelle Nagbe 5) Colleen Conley Rhonda Leverett 7) Tamara Allen 8) Tia Vonil Sonja Knight 10) Ashley Bucholz

5.84m 5.77m 5.77m 5.74m 5.67m 5.67m 5.65m 5.57m 5.57m 5.55m

19'2" 18'11¼" 18'11¼" 18'9¾" 18'7¼" 18'7¼" 18'6½" 18'3¼" 18'3¼" 18'2½""

5/4/07 5/1/04 4/20/02 3/25/00 5/4/07 5/3/97 5/10/97 4/7/01 4/3/93 5/1/10

Triple Jump 1) Chantelle Nagbe 2) Joanne Uwujaren 3) Michelle Schiller 4) Katie Berkey 5) Sonja Knight 6) Erin Musser 7) Colleen Conley 8) Jen Drake 9) Ashley Bucholz 10) Jessica Goetz

12.05m 12.02m 11.85m 11.82m 11.80m 11.79m 11.70m 11.64m 11.57m 11.44m

39'6.5" 39'5¼" 38'10½" 38'9½" 38'8¾" 38'8" 38'4¾" 38'3¼" 37'10½"" 37'6½"

5/14/00 5/3/03 4/16/05 4/14/07 5/8/94

14.30m 13.44m 13.10m 13.10m 13.00m 12.80m 12.73m 12.58m 12.41m 12.38m

46'11" 44'1" 42'11¾"" 42'11¾" 42'8" 41'11¾"" 41'9¼" 41'3¼" 40'8¾" 40'7½"

5/1/04 5/1/09 4/10/10 5/12/02 4/14/07 5/3/08 4/20/02 4/8/00 4/14/06 2/1999

Discus Throw 1) Jen Leatherman 2) Kristy Yarbrough 3) Kristy Nistler 4) Elizabeth McQuinn 5) Sienna Brown 6) Maureen Magnan 7) Irish McGhee 8) Mary Nell 9) Patrice Longshaw 10) Jody Leisch

47.60m 43.40m 43.20m 42.52m 42.24m 42.11m 41.00m 40.54m 39.90m 39.88m

156'2" 142'5" 141'9" 139'6" 138'7" 138'2" 134'6" 133'0" 130'11" 130'10"

5/1/04 5/2/99 4/3/99 5/3/98 4/11/08 5/17/91 5/5/02 4/17/04 3/15/97 4/17/82

Javelin Throw 1) Danielle Still 48.98m 2) Naomi Jackson 46.96m 3) Susan Smith 45.52m 4) Rochelle Smith 44.80m 5) Kelly Elliot 43.28m 6) Emily Harris 41.15m Jenna Hausvik 41.15m 8) Sarah Wilson 39.34m 9) S. Steen 39.26m 10) Cayanne McFarlane38.20m

160'8" 154'1" 149'4" 147'0" 142'0" 135'0" 135'0" 129'1" 128'10" 125'4¼"

5/4/07 5/5/96 3/27/99 5/18/99 3/26/88 5/6/95 5/16/93 4/7/01 4/24/82 5/1/04

Hammer Throw 1) Jen Leatherman 2) Amanda Phelps 3) Meg Joyce 4) Mia Blundetto 5) Cayanne McFarlane 6) Ella Starr 7) Sonja Washington 8) Kristy Yarbrough 9) Maureen Magnan 10) Joy Nameth

58.80m 52.17m 51.82m 51.64m 51.26m 48.90m 47.88m 47.37m 47.19m 46.50m

192'11" 171'2" 170'0" 169'5" 168'2" 160'5" 157'1" 155'5" 154'10" 152'7"

5/16/04 4/10/10 4/14/06 3/27/10 4/14/06 4/17/10 4/1/94 3/11/00 4/5/91 3/20/10

Shot Put 1) Jen Leatherman 2) Janet von Eiff 3) Amanda Phelps Ashleigh Shear 5) Danielle Still 6) Joy Nameth 7) Bryanna Herring 8) Liz Adams 9) Lindsay Brand 10) Sarah Wilson

Heptathalon 1) Danielle Still 2) Jenna Hausvik 3) Arian Davis 4) Laura Hatcher 5) Karon Barker 6) Karon Lewis 7) Lisa Gibellato 8) Joanie Rangitsch 9) Sarah Neville 10) Cyhthia Pease

5/5/07 4/4/97 4/10/10 5/6/05

Kirsten Andrews

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4,873 4,756 4,466 4,318 4,265 4,198 4,109 3,609 3,522 3,446

5/6/06 5/9/93 5/1/10 5/7/89 5/7/89 5/2/90 5/6/95 4/3/87 5/4/96 5/6/95

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High Jump 1) Krystina Johnson 2) Kristin Smith 3) Shannon Crites 4) Suzanne Dondero 5) Erin Martin Jenna Hausvik Jenna McDermott 8) Christine Scales Liz Wrona 9) Clarice Dawson Stacey Lehmann

Top 10 Individuals By Event

All-Time Individual Honors NCAA Champions 1991

Marty Shue+

All-Americans

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1991 Marty Shue+ + Division II honors

1,500 (Outdoor)

2004 2005

1,500 (Outdoor)

2006 2007

Tineisha Davis Tineisha Davis Jacqui Charnigo Danielle Still Kirsten Andrews

2009 2010

Loni Forsythe Justine Whipple Amy Watson Jess Palacio

Track Athlete (Indoor) Track Athlete (Outdoor) Rookie (Indoor) Field Athlete (Outdoor) Field Athlete (Indoor) Field Athlete (Outdoor) Track Athlete (Indoor) Track Athlete (Outdoor) Track Athlete (Indoor) Track Athlete (Outdoor )

Track Scholar-Athlete of the Year Year Name 2006 Kirsten Andrews 2007 Kirsten Andrews Kirsten Andrews 2008 Vicki Moore Vicki Moore 2009 Erica Ziel Erica Ziel All-Decade Team (1990-2000) Name Amy Baxter Joanna Helm Chantelle Nagbe

Class 2001 2001 2000

Indoor Championship Records Event Name, Mark (Year) 60 Loni Forsythe, 7.65 (2007) 200 Loni Forsythe, 24.87 (2007) 400 Tineisha Davis, 55.34 (2002) 500 Tineisha Davis, 1:12.64 (2004) Mile Kim McGreevy, 4:54.80 (1995) 3,000 Melissa Foon, 9:40.41 (2001) 55 hurdles Kirsten Andrews, 8.05 (2006)

Marty Shue

Academic All-Americans Year Name 1983-84 Stefani Green 2005-06 Kirsten Andrews 2006-07 Kirsten Andrews

Team Second Third First

USA Today All-Academic Team Year Name 2008 Vicki Moore

Team Second

PATRIOT LEAGUE OVERVIEW Indoor Team Titles 2001, 2009 Outdoor Team Titles 2003 Coach of the Year Carla Criste

Season Outdoor Indoor Outdoor Indoor Outdoor Indoor Outdoor

2001, 2009. 2010 (All Indoor)

Most Outstanding Performer Year Name Award (Season) 2000 Joanna Helm Track Athlete (Indoor) Track Athlete (Outdoor) 2002 Amanda Hasenauer Field Athlete (Indoor) 2003 Joanne Uwujaren Field Athlete (Outdoor)

Outdoor Championship Records Event Name, Mark (Year) Heptathlon Danielle Still, 4,873 (2006) 400 Tineisha Davis, 54.55 (2005) 10,000 Justine Whipple, 35.20.79 (2007) 100 hurdles Kirsten Andrews, 14.02 (2006) Javelin Danielle Still, 48.98m (2007) 4x400 Davis, Jossis, Stokes, Tukarski; 3:47.17 (2003) 4x800 Baxter, O’Marr, Lehmann, Ware; 8:50.13 (1998) Patriot League Individual Champions Year Name Event (Season) 1994 Suzanne Dondero High Jump (Indoor) 1995 Sonja Knight Long Jump (Indoor) Triple Jump (Indoor) Kim McGreevy Mile (Indoor) Nancy Olson 1,000 (Indoor) 1996 Suzanne Dondero High Jump (Indoor) Trishette Hall 55 (Indoor) Jackie Hayes 3,000 (Indoor) 5,000 (Indoor) Maureen Moroney 800 (Indoor) 1997 Rebecca Cline 3,000 (Indoor) 5,000 (Outdoor) Rhonda Leverett 500 (Indoor) Chantelle Nagbe Triple Jump (Indoor)

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100 (Outdoor) High Jump (Indoor) Long Jump (Indoor) Triple Jump (Outdoor) Amanda Hasenauer Pole Vault (Indoor) Joanna Helm 55 hurdles (Indoor) Pentathlon (Indoor) Amy Baxter Mile (Indoor) Marcia Flack 200 (Indoor) Melissa Foon 3,000 (Indoor) 5,000 (Indoor) Amanda Hasenauer Pole Vault (Indoor) Kacee Jossis 500 (Indoor) Amy Stokes 500 (Indoor) Lauren Baker Pole Vault (Outdoor) Shannon Crites High Jump (Outdoor) Tineisha Davis 500 (Indoor) 400 (Outdoor) Tina Terry Pole Vault (Indoor) Joanne Uwujaren Long Jump (Outdoor) Triple Jump (Outdoor) Kirsten Andrews 100 hurdles (Outdoor) Tineisha Davis 200, 500 (Indoor) 400 (Outdoor) Loni Forsythe 200 (Outdoor) Jen Leatherman Weight Throw (Indoor) Discus (Outdoor) Danielle Still Heptathlon (Outdoor) Kirsten Andrews 60 hurdles (Indoor) Pole Valut (Indoor) Tineisha Davis 200 (Indoor) 500 (Indoor) 400 (Outdoor) Loni Forsythe 100 (Outdoor) Katie Scotidas 100 hurdles (Outdoor) Danielle Still Javelin (Outdoor) Kirsten Andrews 55 hurdles (Indoor) 100 hurdles (Outdoor) Danielle Still Javelin (Outdoor) Heptathlon (Outdoor) Justine Whipple 5,000 (Indoor) 10,000 (Outdoor) Kirsten Andrews 60 hurdles (Indoor) Long Jump (Indoor) 100 hurdles (Outdoor) Pole Vault (Outdoor) Long Jump (Outdoor) Vicki Moore 1,000 (Indoor) Loni Forsythe 60 (Indoor) 200 (Indoor) 100 (Outdoor) Danielle Still Javelin (Outdoor) Justine Whipple 3,000 (Indoor) 5,000 (Oudoor) 10,000 (Outdoor) Arwyn Becker Steeplechase (Outdoor) Jacqui Charnigo Pole Vault (Indoor) Pole Vault (Outdoor) Vicki Moore 1,000 (Indoor) Erica Ziel 5,000 (Indoor) 5,000 (Outdoor) Abby Gesecki 400 (Outdoor) Christine Scales High Jump (Indoor) Shannon Crites Chantelle Nagbe

Carey Young Amy Watson 2010

Abby Gesecki Jess Palacio

Steeplechase (Outdoor) 3,000 (Indoor) 5,000 (Indoor) 500 (Indoor) 400 (Outdoor) Mile (Indoor) 800 (Outdoor) 1,500 (Outdoor)

4x800 (Indoor)

Indoor Team Titles 1989, 1991 Outdoor Team Titles 1989

Most Outstanding Performer Year Name 1985 Stefani Green 1987 Carol Womack 1990 Susie Stewart

Maria Filonczuk, Michelle Van Exel, Janet Walters, Carol Womack DMR (Outdoor) Mary Balch, Maria Filonczuk, Tracy Fuchs, Carol Womack Season Outdoor Outdoor Outdoor

ECAC Individual Champions Year Name 1983 Stefani Green Sue Honan 1984 Stefani Green 1985

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Event 800 (Indoor) 400 (Indoor) 800 (Indoor) 800 (Outdoor) Stefani Green 800 (Indoor) 400 hurdles (Outdoor) 800 (Outdoor) Janet Walters 1,000 (Indoor) Tawny Petrick 400 hurdles (Outdoor) Carol Womack 1,000 (Indoor) 800 (Outdoor) Amy Colvin 1,000 (Indoor) 1,500 (Indoor) Honore Mealey 600 (Indoor) Laura Bush 10,000 (Outdoor) Maureen Magnan Hammer (Outdoor) Alexis Petrosky 600 (Indoor) Rochelle Smith Javelin (Outdoor) Susie Stewart 3,000 (Indoor) 3,000, 5,000 (Outdoor) Carol Womack 800 (Indoor) 800 (Outdoor) Maureen Magnan Discus (Outdoor) Marty Shue 3,000 (Indoor) 3,000 (Outdoor) Susie Stewart 5,000 (Outdoor) 10,000 (Outdoor) Liz Fitzpatrick 3,000 (Outdoor) Maureen Magnan Discus (Outdoor) Hammer (Outdoor) Weight Throw (Indoor) Michelle Montgomery 10,000 (Outdoor) Kerry O’Neill 5,000 (Indoor) 5,000 (Outdoor) Marty Shue 1,500 (Indoor) 3,000 (Indoor) 1,500 (Outdoor) Rochelle Smith Javelin (Outdoor) Jacqui Charnigo Pole Vault (Outdoor)

Relay Champions Year Event (Season) Relay Members 1986 4x800 (Indoor) Gretchen Otto, Janet Walters, Berth Watt, Carol Womack 1987 DMR (Indoor) Maria Filonczuk, Dawn Hillman, Michelle Van Exel, Carol Womack

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DMR (Indoor) Amy Colvin, Sarah Colvin, Dawn Hillman, Carol Womack 4x800 (Indoor) Amy Colvin, Sarah Colvin, Dawn Hillman, Liz Fitzpatrick 4x200 (Indoor) Laura Hatcher, Kristi Keffer, Michelle Van Exel, Racquel Williams DMR (Indoor) Kathy Fitzpatrick, Lael House, Kerry O’Neill, Racquel Williams DMR (Indoor) Kathy Fitzpatrick, Kerry O’Neill, Morgan Paul, Racquel Williams DMR (Outdoor) Nora Connelly, Maureen O’Dell, Morgan Paul, Marty Shue 4x800 (Indoor) Sarah Crouse, Lael House, Morgan Paul, Racquel Williams

HEPS OVERVIEW

Individual Champions Year Name 1983 Stefani Green 1984 Stefani Green 1986 Carol Womack 1993 Jenna Hausvik 1994 Naomi Jackson Rhonda Leverett Sonja Washington 1995 Kim McGreevy 1999 Susan Smith

Event (Season) 400 hurdles (Outdoor) 400 hurdles (Outdoor) 800 (Outdoor) 200 (Outdoor) Javelin (Outdoor) 400 (Outdoor) Weight Throw (Indoor) Mile (Indoor) Javelin (Outdoor)

Outdoor Championship Records Event Name, Mark (Year) 400 Hurdles Joanna Helm, 58.44 (2000)

EAIAW OVERVIEW Individual Champions Year Name 1982 Stefani Green 1983

Event (Season) 600 (Indoor) 400, 400 hurdles (Outdoor) Stefani Green 400 hurdles (Outdoor)

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Relay Champions Year Event (Season) Relay Members 1994 DMR (Indoor) Marcia Bailey, Kim McGreevy Nancy Olson, Karri Zaremba 1994 4x400 (Indoor) Becky Ingraham, Rhonda Leverett Beth Schutte, Christine Westrich 1995 DMR (Indoor) Alicia Berlwoski, Rhonda Leverett Kim McGreevy, Nancy Olson 1996 4x800 (Indoor) Alyssa Donovan, Lori Kelley Tanya Lehmann, Maureen Moroney 1997 4x100 (Outdoor) Tamara Allen, Trishette Hall, Rhonda Leverett, Chantelle, Nagbe 2003 4x400 (Indoor) Tineisha Davis, Kacee Jossis Amy Stokes, Eva Tukarski 4x400 (Outdoor) Tineisha Davis, Kacee Jossis Amy Stokes, Eva Tukarski 4x800 (Outdoor) Tineisha Davis, Kacee Jossis Lisa Procaccini, Amy Stokes 2004 4x800 (Indoor) Tineisha Davis, Erin Demchko Gina DiPiero, Kacee Jossis 2005 4x400 (Indoor) Michelle Bostic, Taryn Burkett Tineisha Davis, Lori Simerly 4x400 (Outdoor) Taryn Burkett, Tineisha Davis Jessica Orr, Vicki Moore 2006 4x100 (Outdoor) Kirsten Andrews, Priscilla Lewis Yasmin Sauls, Danielle Still DMR (Indoor) Lauren Burmeister, Erin Demchko Maureen Dooley, Vicki Moore 2007 DMR (Indoor) Taryn Burkett, Erin Demchko Vicki Moore, Stefanie Peskosky 2009 DMR (Indoor) Maureen Dooley, Jess Palacio Kayla Sax, Ashley Waddle 2010 4x400 (Indoor) Abby Gesecki, Colleen McFadden Mansfield Murph, Arabia Littlejohn

ECAC OVERVIEW

All-Time Individual Honors

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Built facing the scenic Severn River, the Wesley A. Brown Field House is a 140,000-square-foot multi-function athletic facility that serves as the home for the Naval Academy’s men's track & field program. The facility boasts a unique combination of a 76,000square-foot retractable Magic Carpet Astroturf system and a Mondo track surface with hydraulically controlled banked curves. The 200-meter hydraulic banked track is one of only four of its kind in the United States. It also features dual pole vault/jumping runways and throwing areas. State-of-the-art weight training and sports medicine facilities, as well as equipment storage areas round out this newest crown jewel to the Navy athletics arsenal. The facility is named after Lt. Cmdr. Wesley Brown, USN (ret.), the first African American midshipman to graduate from the Naval Academy in 1949. WESLEY ANTHONY BROWN Lieutenant Commander Wesley A. Brown, CEC, USN, (Ret.), was born April 3, 1927 in Baltimore, Md. He graduated from Dunbar High School in Washington, D.C., where he was Cadet Corps Regimental Commander during his senior year. Lt. Cmdr. Brown is the first African American to graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy. Nominated for admission by New York Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, Brown entered the Academy in 1945 and graduated in June of 1949. Lt. Cmdr. Brown, a veteran of World War II, the Korean and Vietnam Wars, retired in June 1969 after serving 20 years in the Navy’s Civil Engineer Corps. He holds the Navy Commendation Medal, World War II and Korean War Victory, Korean Service, and American Theater and Antarctic Service Ribbons. Brown and his wife, Crystal, have four children and seven grandchildren.

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Triple Jump Pole Vault 4x400-meter Relay 4x800-meter Relay DMR Pentathlon

Name Curran Knox Ebony Thomas Ebony Thomas Abby Gesecki Megan Hathaway Merrecia James Sarah Serwo Jess Palacio Amy Watson Amy Watson Allison Randall Saisha Woodward Kristin Smith Jessica Buzzell Marissa McDonald Jarietta Ross Nicole Kazuba Appel, Dalzell, Pierce, Hathaway Neville, Alejandro, Therkorn, Serwo Nobles, McGowan, Reiner, Parris Olivia Pruszko

School Time/Distance Date Colgate 8.80 2/22/09 Army 7.57 2/22/09 Army 24.61 2/22/09 Navy 57.78 2/26/10 Bucknell 1:14.25 2/22/09 Maryland Eastern Shore 2:13.94 1/17/09 Lehigh 2:54.34 2/22/09 Navy 4:59.53 2/11/10 Navy 9:47.59 2/12/09 Navy 17:08.28 12/2/08 Morgan State 58'6½" (17.84m) 12/1/09 Maryland Eastern Shore45’10¾” (13.99m) 1/17/09 Navy 5’7” (1.70m) 1/16/10 Lafayette 18’4½” (5.60m) 2/21/09 James Madison 18’4½” (5.60m) 1/16/10 Army 38’9” (11.81m) 2/22/09 William & Mary 12’3½” (3.75m) 1/17/09 Bucknell 3:53.62 2/22/09 Lehigh 8:59.55 2/21/09 James Madison 11:52.33 1/16/10 Holy Cross 3,432 pts. 2/20/09

"Wesley Brown (above right) represents the service as well as anybody that put on the uniform. What a heroic step, what a courageous move, and what a lasting contribution he made. . . . I think it is appropriate that this field house is named after an individual who has fought a war all his life to improve the Navy and the nation." Adm. Michael G. Mullen 17th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

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Event 60-meter Hurdles 60-meter Dash 200-meter run 400-meter run 500-meter run 800-meter run 1,000-meter run 1 Mile Run 3,000-meter run 5,000-meter run Weight Throw Shot Put High Jump Long Jump

WESLEY A. BROWN FIELD HOUSE RECORDS

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The all-weather MONDO track located northeast of Michelson Hall and Chauvenet Hall is the site of Navy's outdoor track and field meets.

Considered to be one of the premier facilities in the United States, it is named in honor of Vice Admiral Jonas H. Ingram, who commanded the U.S. South Atlantic Fleet during World War II. He was also the Naval Academy Director of Athletics from 1925-1930. The track underwent a $1.7 million renovation in the fall of 2001, with new all-weather surfacing placed on the quarter-mile oval and jump areas. The field area boasts six shot put circles, a discus-throwing circle and a javelin throwing area in the middle of the track. The field has four long/triple jump pits and a “D” zone that allows two high jump areas to be used concurrently.

The facility is also equipped with lights and Navy regularly holds 'twilight' meets at the facility. Additionally, the facility also features a Daktronics scoreboard, which displays current times and marks during meets.

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4x400-meter Relay

Heptathlon

Name Loni Forsythe Ebony Thomas Tineisha Davis Louisa Gerritz Kristin Manwaring Maribel Sanchez Deidre Milligan Arwyn Becker Nicole Harrison Stefani Green Pamela Pearson Victoria Rybalko Candy Cassell Debbie St. Phard Amanda Mockbee Kirsten Andrews Danielle Still Ashley Harbin D. McLeggan, T. Martin E. Perez, M. Venable-Thomas L. Boyd, C. Hauck E. Thomas, K. Grant Kristen Kalinowski

School Navy Army Navy Yale Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Navy Princeton Navy Army Maine Delaware Princeton Bucknell Navy Navy Lafayette Army Army

Lafayette

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Time/Distance 11.74 24.15 54.16 2:07.50 4:22.89 16:33.06 33:51.62 10:59.01 14.05 1:01.00 12.07m, 39’7¼” 6.14m, 20’1¾” 1.82m; 5’11½” 15.33m, 50’3¾” 48.06; 157’8” 3.98; 13’¾” 47.42; 155’7” 60.56, 198’8” 46.61

Date 4/16/05 5/3/08 4/16/05 5/10/86 5/16/95 5/6/95 5/6/95 5/3/08 5/6/95 4/23/83 5/10/86 3/22/03 3/31/86 5/10/86 5/3/08 4/14/07 4/14/06 5/3/08 4/16/05

4,725 pts.

5/3/08

3:47.65

5/3/08

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Event 100-meter Run 200-meter Run 400-meter Run 800-meter Run 1,500-meter Run 5,000-meter Run 10,000-meter Run 3,000-meter Steeplechase 100-meter Hurdles 400-meter Hurdles Triple Jump Long Jump High Jump Shot Put Discus Pole Vault Javelin Hammer 4x100-meter Relay

INGRAM FIELD RECORDS

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At the Naval Academy, beating Army is important. Plebes yell “Beat Army!” in Bancroft Hall, “Beat Army!” is on every weight in the Naval Academy weight rooms, and alums and fans alike scream “Beat Army!” at the end of Blue & Gold, the Naval Academy’s alma mater.

Jess Palacio, Women’s Track

Navy has dominated Army in all sports, posting a winning record against the Black Knights in 36 of the last 39 years and winning the N-Star series 14-consecutive years. Navy has claimed the overall series win in 17 of the last 18 seasons. 23 of Navy’s 32 varsity sports have the potential to take part in the Army-Navy rivalry each year.

The annual showdown between the two rivals in each sport is deemed the Star Game with the players from the winning team receiving a Star for their lettersweaters. For those sports that face Army multiple times in a season, the Star Game isdesignated prior to the start of the year.

Carissa Youker, Women’s Soccer

Wes Powell, Men’s Soccer

ARMY–NAVY ALL-TIME SERIES Army-Navy Record ............Navy leads, 917-696-39 (.567)

ARMY–NAVY – THE LAST 14 YEARS (1996-97 to 2009-10) Navy's Overall Record vs. Army ............. 272-156-6 (.634) Navy's Star-Game Record vs. Army ......... 204-97-6 (.674)

ARMY–NAVY – THE 2009-10 SEASON Navy's 2009-10 Overall Record vs. Army ....... 16-13 (.552) Navy's 2009-10 Star-Game Record vs. Army . 11-10 (.524)

NAVY’S 2009-10 STAR GAME VICTORIES Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Men’s Cross Country, Sprint Football, Women’s Swimming & Diving, Men’s Swimming & Diving, Football, Women’s Basketball, Wrestling, Women’s Indoor Track & Field, Women’s Outdoor Track & Field

2009-10 STAR GAME HIGHLIGHTS FOOTBALL The Navy defense kept Army out of the end zone for the third-consecutive year, while junior quarterback Ricky Dobbs ran for a touchdown and threw for another as the Mids beat the Black Knights for the eighth-consecutive time, 17-3, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. The win gave Navy the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy for the seventh-straight year.

Ricky Dobbs, Football

MEN’S SOCCER Sophomore Wes Powell calmly drilled a penalty kick in the 98th minute to lift the Navy men's soccer team to a 1-0 Star Gamevictory over Army in a driving rainstorm. Glenn Shober, Wrestling

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WOMEN’S SOCCER Navy scored with just 25 seconds left in the opening half and junior Carissa Youker added an insurance goal in the 64th minute, leading the Mids to a 2-0 victory over archrival Armybefore a Glenn Warner Soccer Facility record crowd of 2,627.

Chey Arvin, Women’s Basketball

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Led by junior standout Andrew Hanko's winning performance, the Navy men's cross country team produced each of the top-three times and captured the N-Star for the 10th time in 13 years with a 19-41 victory over Army at the West Point Golf Course.

Brad Cash, Sprint Football

WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING Navy claimed its 21st consecutive win over Army by winning 15 events and setting seven records en route to a 202-95 victory over the Black Knights. MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING Senior Adam Meyer set three school records to lead the Mids to a 236-64 win over Army, their 19th in a row.

Adam Meyer, Men’s Swimming

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Junior Angela Myers and freshman Chey Arvin combined to score 27 of Navy’s 54 points, while stingy defense late in the game led Navy to a 54-48 victory over Army at Christl Arena. The win was Navy's first in the Star Game since 2003, its first Star Game victory in West Point since 2000 and allowed theMids to record their first regular season sweep of the Black Knights in seven seasons.

WRESTLING Navy won eight of the 10 bouts, including team captain Glenn Shober’s upset victory over the eighth-ranked wrestler in the country, to claim a 26-6 victory over Army. It marked the 10th straight win by Navy in a series dominated by the Midshipmen, 44-5-5. WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD Senior team captain Abby Gesecki won two events and ran a leg on Navy's meet-clinching 4x400 relay to lead Navy to a 94-87 victory over the Black Knights in Annapolis. Winners of 10 of the last 12 meetings, Navy has won five meets in a row over Army.

Kellie Darmody, Women’s Swimming

WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD Winning its fifth N-Star in the last six years, the women’s track & field team was led by a trio of double-event winners in Ashley Bucholz, Jess Palacio and Amanda Phelps, who guided Navy to a 107-93 victory over Army at Shea Stadium.

Andrew Hanko, Men’s Cross Country

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SPRINT FOOTBALL Quarterback Tyler Terronez threw a nine-yard touchdown pass to Brad Cash with 1:51 left in the game to propel the Midshipmen to a 7-6 N-Star win at Army. The win was Navy's 11th straight against the Black Knights, dating back to the 2004 season.

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As the undergraduate college of the Naval service, the Naval Academy prepares young men and women to become professional officers in the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Naval Academy students are midshipmen on active duty in the U.S. Navy. They attend the academy for four years, graduating with bachelor of science degrees and reserve commissions as ensigns in the Navy or second lieutenants in the Marine Corps. Naval Academy graduates serve at least five years as Navy or Marine Corps officers.

Founded in 1845 by Secretary of the Navy George Bancroft, the Academy started as the Naval School on 10 acres of old Fort Severn in Annapolis with an original class of 55. In 1850 the Naval School became the United States Naval Academy. A new curriculum went into effect requiring midshipmen to study at the Academy for four years and to train aboard ships each summer. Congress authorized the Naval Academy to begin awarding bachelor of science degrees in 1933. Today, the Academy offers 18 major fields of study, a wide variety of elective courses and advanced study and research opportunities. USNA MISSION STATEMENT “To develop midshipmen morally, mentally and physically and to imbue them with the highest ideals of duty, honor and loyalty in order to graduate leaders who are dedicated to a career of naval service and have potential for future deployment in mind and character to assume the highest responsiblities of command, citizenship and government.”

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CLASS OF 2014 FACTS Enrollment ................................ 1,245 (982 men, 263 women) Applicants ...................... 17,417 (13,450 men, 3,967 women) Class Rank in High School, Top 10% ............................. 50% Class Rank in High School, Top 33% .............................. 82% HS Participation, Student Body Leader ......................... 61% HS Participation, National Honor Society ...................... 58% HS Participation, Varsity Athlete ..................................... 90% HS Participation, Varsity Team Captain ......................... 63% HS Participation, Community Service ............................. 85% NAVY ASSIGNMENTS Graduates of the Naval Academy entering the Navy do so as Ensigns and have the following service options available to them: • Aviation -- flight officer, pilot • Nuclear Propulsion -- ships, submarines • Restricted Line and Staff Corps -- civil engineering, cryptology, intelligence, maintenance, medicine, meteorology/oceanography, supply • Special Operations -- explosive ordinance disposal, explosive ordinance management, mine countermeasures, operational diving and salvage • Navy SEALs • Surface Warfare -- conventional, nuclear powered • Submarines

MARINE CORPS ASSIGNMENTS Graduates enter the Marine Corps with a rank of Second Lieutenant. Those officers entering the Marine Corps have the choice of serving one of the following fields: • Aviation -- air command and control, anti-air warfare, aviation maintenance, aviation supply, pilot, naval flight officer • Ground -- armor, artillery, communications (information systems), engineering, financial management, infantry, logistics, military police

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USNA QUICK FACTS Location ............................................................ Annapolis, Md. Founded .............................................................................. 1845 Superintendent ................ Vice Adm. Michael H. Miller, USN Commandant of Midshipmen ... Capt. Robert E. Clark II, USN Enrollment .......................................................................... 4,400

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From the first athletic competition played on the gridiron in 1879 to Navy's recent triumphs, several events, people, rivalries and personalities have shaped the entire Naval Academy athletic program. Below is a look at just some of the history and traditions that make Navy one of the most storied programs in all of collegiate athletics.

ANCHORS AWEIGH "Anchors Aweigh" was written by Lt. Charles Zimmermann, Musical Director of the Naval Academy in 1906, with the lyrics provided by Alfred H. Miles of the Class of 1906, as a fight song for the 1907 graduating class instead of the usual class march Zimmermann had composed for previous classes. The song made its debut at the 1906 Army-Navy game, and when the Midshipmen won the game, the song became traditional at this game. It gained national exposure in the 1920s and 1930s when it was heard on the radio and was in a number of popular movies. In 1997 a one-hour documentary on the history of Navy football, titled "Anchors Aweigh for Honor and Glory", was produced by NFL Films. The film was deemed a success by both critics and fans alike. Here are the words: Stand Navy down the field, Sails set to the sky, We'll never change our course, So Army you steer shy. Roll up the score, Navy, Anchors Aweigh, Sail Navy down the field, And sink the Army, Sink the Army Grey

BILL THE GOAT The first recorded use of a goat mascot for Navy athletic teams was in 1893 when an animal named El Cid (The Chief) was turned over to the Brigade by young officers of the USS New York. El Cid helped Navy to a 6-4 triumph over Army that year. Two cats, a dog, and a carrier pigeon have also enjoyed brief reigns as the Navy mascot, but goats have served without interruption since 1904. Bill XXXII and XXXIII and XXXIV are the current mascots. They are taken care of by 15 goathandlers made up of five midshipmen from the first, second and third classes. The goathandlers undergo rigorous training prior to handling Bill on the field.

BLUE & GOLD This song was written in 1923 by Cmdr. Roy DeS. Horn, USN (Ret.) with music composed by J.W. Crosley. Following every home athletic competition, the team faces its fans with their hands on their heart and sings the following notes:-

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 The Blue Angels perform an air show along the Severn River on the northern bank of the Academy each spring during Commissioning Week.

Now, colleges from sea to sea May sing of colors true; But who has better right than we To hoist a symbol hue? For sailors brave in battle fair, Since fighting days of old, Have proved the sailor's right to wear The Navy Blue and Gold

 The Navy football team gathered for the traditional singing of the Blue & Gold following its win over Air Force in 2009, its seventh-consecutive win over its rival. Below: The men’s lacrosse team sang an emotional rendition of Blue & Gold following its overtime victory over rival Johns Hopkins in 2010.

MIDSHIPMAN The word midshipman first appeared in English in the 17th century in the form of the word midshipman to designate those men who were stationed "amidships," i.e. in the waist or middle portion of the vessel, while on duty. By 1687, however, the second 's' had been dropped to give the current form of the word. Midshipmen were originally boys, sometimes as young as seven or eight, who were apprenticed to sea captains to learn the sailor's trade.

In the early days of the American Navy, midshipmen trained aboard ship until they were eventually commissioned as ensigns. With the founding of the Naval Academy in 1845, it became possible, as it still is, for a midshipman to enter the Navy directly from civilian life. The name of students at the Naval Academy changed several times between 1870 and 1902, when Congress restored the original title of Midshipman, and it has remained unchanged since.

TECUMSEH The familiar Native American figurehead facing Bancroft Hall and Tecumseh Court has been an Annapolis resident since 1866. Originally, the figurehead of the USS Delaware was meant to portray Tamanend, the great chief of the Delawares. It developed that Tamanend was a lover of peace and did not strike the fancy of the Brigade. Looking for another name, Midshipmen referred to the figurehead as Powhatan and King Philip before finally settling on Tecumseh, the fierce Shawnee chieftain who lived from 1768-1813. The original wooden statue was replaced after some 50 years in the open weather by a durable bronze replica, presented by the Class of 1891. It is considered a good-luck "mascot" for the midshipmen, who in times past would throw pennies at it and offer left-handed salutes whenever they wanted a 'favor', such as a sports win over West Point, or spiritual help for examinations. These days it receives a fresh coat of war paint and is often decorated in various themes during football weeks and other special occasions such as Commissioning Week.

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ENTERPRISE BELL From the bridge of the famed World War II aircraft carrier, it has been a part of the Naval Academy tradition since 1950. The late Admiral Harry W. Hill, then Superintendent, was instrumental in bringing the "E" Bell to Annapolis. It rings when the Academy observes Morning Colors and also during special ceremonies when Navy scores a majority of victories over Army in any one of the three sports seasons. The bell also rings during Commissioning Week for those teams that beat Army and have not participated in a previous bell-ringing during the academic year. The bell is stationed in front of Bancroft Hall.

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Navy is dedicated to providing its athletes top-notch gameday and practice atmospheres in every sport. Navy annually ranks among the league leaders in attendance in nearly every sport, and has hosted numerous Patriot League and NCAA Championship events over the last several years. Many of the facilities have undergone extensive renovations recently, showing Navy’s commitment, dedication and passion to providing the very best for its athletes.

Since 2005, Navy has played host to the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals, the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Final Four, the College Squash Association Individual Championship, the CWPA Eastern Water Polo Championship, the EIWA Wrestling Championship, as well as several other highly-competitive national events. In the past five years, Navy has also played host to Patriot League championships in the following sports: men’s and women’s basketball, women’s soccer, baseball, indoor and outdoor track and field and swimming and diving.

Navy’s facilities have also undergone major renovations and construction improvements, from the building of the $52 million Wesley Brown Field House, the $18.5 million Brigade Sports Complex and the $1.8 million Willis Bilderback-Dinty Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame, the $15 million Hubbard Hall renovation, major baseball renovations to the Terwilliger Brothers Field at Max Bishop Stadium, a $1.5 million renovation of the Halsey Field House squash facility as well as a complete $42 million overhaul of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium that gives the Mids a dominant home-field football presence and made the facility the finest in college lacrosse.

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Now in his 10th year as Director of Athletics, Chet Gladchuk has overseen a renaissance of the Naval Academy athletic program. His administrative leadership has helped lead the program to one of the most successful periods in school history. The 2009-10 season was a successful one for the Midshipmen as Navy won 63 percent of its contests, defeated Army in the star competition for the 13th consecutive year and won the overall series against Army for the 17th time in the last 18 years. Navy produced 14 All-Americans, 13 conference athletes of the year, seven conference coaches of the year and seven conference championships. Navy also excelled in the classroom in 200910, ranking No. 2 in the country in graduation rate for student-athletes (among Football Bowl Subdivision schools) and all 24 of Navy’s NCAA sponsored varsity sports rank above the national average in the Academic Progress report, including five teams with perfect scores. Navy had eight Academic All-Americans and five Patriot League Scholar Athletes of the Year, while 176 student-athletes were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. Beth Reed (women’s soccer and basketball) and Mark Van Orden (Track & Field) won NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, while Kayla Sax (women’s cross country and track & field) won Gates, Cambridge and Trident scholarships. Seven of the top 15 Naval Academy graduates in the class of 2010 were involved with varsity athletics, while 40 of the top 100 graduates were involved with either varsity or club sports. One of the more successful programs this past season was the football team, which won a school-record tying 10 games against four losses, won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy for a school-record seventh-consecutive year and participated in a bowl game for a record seventh-straight year. The Mids ran their winning streak at South Bend to two with a 23-21 upset of the 19thranked Irish and dominated Missouri, 35-13, in the Texas Bowl. Other teams who flourished in 2009-10 included the water polo team finishing the season ranked 15th in the Collegiate Water Polo Association top 20, the rifle team finished eighth at the NCAA Championship, the wrestling team placed 46th at the NCAA Championship, the intercollegiate sailing team matched its finish from a year ago at the ICSA Coed Dinghy Nationals with a seventh-place finish and placed sixth at the ICSA Team Race Nationals, the men’s tennis team advanced to the NCAA Championship for a fourth-straight year, the women’s lacrosse team advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history and finished the year ranked 19th in the country and the lightweight crew team finished second at the IRA National Championship. Gladchuk’s efforts have been recognized on a national level as well, as the Division IA Athletic Directors Association named him the 2005 Bobby Dodd Athletic Director of the Year. The award is presented in recognition of an athletic director’s support and commitment toward the successful advancement of the department, most specifically in the sport of football. Additionally, he was recognized by the Secretary of the Navy for his contributions and service to the Navy and the Naval Academy with the Superior Public Service Award to the Department of the Navy. Gladchuk has been able to parlay Navy’s athletic success into an exclusive television deal with CBS College Sports Network that has increased Navy’s television exposure both in the United States and internationally. CBS College Sports Network, the first 24-hour college sports network, televises every Navy home and select neutral site football games (excluding Notre Dame and Army which are televised nationally by CBS), as well as other Midshipmen men's and women's athletic events, original programming and documentaries

centered on the storied Navy athletic program. The long-term, multi-media agreement includes internet streaming, broadband and video-ondemand rights and high definition rights. A major part of the agreement was that all home football games would be played on Saturday for the convenience of the Navy alumni. Navy sports are seen all over the world with the international distribution of Navy programming, especially to the troops serving abroad. Navy’s contract with CBS College Sports Network runs through 2018. Gladchuk has also added radio giants WBAL (1090 AM) in Baltimore and WFED (1500 AM, 1050 AM, 820 AM) in Washington D.C./Northern Virginia to Navy’s radio network. WBAL Radio, which is also the home of the Ravens, is Maryland's dominant and most powerful radio station. Since 1925, generations of Marylanders have turned to WBAL Radio for news, weather, thought-provoking discussions and sports. As Maryland's only 50,000-watt AM station, WBAL's signal travels substantially further than any other station in the state. WFED Radio, which is also the home of the Washington Nationals, is a 50,000-watt station that will air a minimum of 10 regular-season football games. WFED is your source for federal news covering both the Federal Government and those who do business with the government. Since being introduced as the Academy's 28th Director of Athletics on Sept. 4, 2001, Gladchuk has pressed forward on numerous fronts with energy and vision. From the hiring of Paul Johnson and Ken Niumatalolo as head football coaches to the renovation of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Gladchuk has made improvements in several key areas that will prove more success on the athletic fields for years to come. Recent head coaching hires such as Bill Roberts in men’s swimming, John Morrison in women’s swimming, Paul Kostacopoulos in baseball, Keith Puryear in women’s tennis, the all-time winningest women’s lacrosse coach in NCAA history, Cindy Timchal, and the all-time winningest soccer coach in NCAA history on any level, Dave Brandt, have advanced those programs into the national limelight. During Gladchuk’s tenure at the Naval Academy, he has seen the Midshipmen win 64 conference titles, produce 128 All-Americans and 44 Academic All-Americans. Gladchuk has also worked tirelessly to bring back school spirit, working in conjunction with school officials to encourage midshipmen to attend events for all sports. He has embraced the local community and alumni base, and is an oftenrequested speaker, visiting areas all over the country as he shares the vision of the Naval Academy and the Naval Academy Athletic Association. Gladchuk’s biggest impact on the Naval Academy has been the $42 million renovation of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium where under his leadership the stadium was completely refurbished over a four-year time frame. The addition of 6,500 permanent seats on the sidelines and in the end zones, 32 luxury boxes, dropping the field eight feet and moving the sidelines closer, two video scoreboards, a memorial plaza, upgraded restroom and concession areas, a perimeter walking path, new lighting, a new sound system, landscaping the grounds and storm water management highlight the list of renovations. Gladchuk has worked closely with the city, county, state and neighborhood associations to ensure proper communication and sensitivity to issues that benefit both the NAAA and community at large. The NAAA was awarded the Green Star award by Annapolis Mayor Ellen Moyer for commitment to the environment during the ongoing renovation of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

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Past Athletic Directors

Harris Laning 1895 Arthur P. Fairchild ’01 Charles Earle Smith ’03 William F. Halsey Jr. ’04 Douglas L. Howard ’06 Byron McCandless ’05 Jonas H. Ingram ’07 Henry D. Cook Jr. ’03 John W. Wilcox Jr. ’05 Robert C. Giffen ’07 Ernest W. McKee ’08 Thomas S. King II ’11 Harvey E. Overesch ’15 Lyman S. Perry ’20

1910-12 1912-15 1915-17 1917-18 1918-23 1923-25 1925-30 1930-31 1931-34 1934-37 1937-40 1940-42 1942 1942-43

John E. Whelchel ’20 1943-44 Harles O. Humphreys ’22 1944-46 Edmund B. Taylor ’25 1946-48 Thomas J. Hamilton ’27 1948 Henry H. Caldwell ’27 1949-51 Ian C. Eddy ’30 1951-54 Charles Elliott Loughlin ’33 1954-57 Slade Cutter ’35 1957-59 Asbury Coward ’38 1959-62 William S. Busik ’43 1962-65 Alan R. Cameron ’44 1965-68 J. O. Coppedge ’47 1968-88 Jack Lengyel 1988-2001 Chet Gladchuk 2001-present

2009-10 Navy Athletics: A Year In Review Overall Record 294-173-2 (.629)

N-Star Record vs. Army 11-10 (.524)

Overall Record vs. Army 16-13 (.552)

No. 2 in the country in graduation rate 14 All-Americans 7 Conference Championships 8 Academic All-Americans 7 Conference Coaches of the Year National Honors

* Football finished 26th in the USA Today/Coaches Poll and 28th in the Associated Press Poll. The Mids were Texas Bowl Champions.

* Water polo finished the season ranked 15th in the Collegiate Water Polo Association top 20 poll.

* Men’s swimming finished 32nd at the NCAA Championship.

* Rifle team finished eighth at the NCAA Championship. * Wrestling team placed 46th at the NCAA Championship.

* Intercollegiate sailing matched its finish from a year ago at the ICSA Coed Dinghy Nationals with a seventh-place finish. It marks the second-straight year Navy finished in the top 10. Navy finished sixth at the ICSA Team Race Nationals, its best result in over a decade at the event and qualified for the ICSA Women’s National Semifinals.

* Men’s tennis advanced to the NCAA Championship for a fourth-straight year. * Women's lacrosse advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. The Mids finished the year ranked 19th in the country. * Lightweight crew finished second at the IRA National Championship.

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Gladchuk and the NAAA have also teamed up with the Naval Academy Foundation to raise over $75 million in private giving for facilities such as the Brigade Sports Complex (hockey and tennis), Max Bishop Stadium (baseball), varsity squash courts, various team locker rooms and a number of practice facilities. Other highlights of Gladchuk’s tenure at the Naval Academy include the recent renegotiation of the Army-Navy contract which resulted in over $46 million to the two schools over the next eight years, scheduling Maryland, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Army at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to promote Navy football in the community, negotiating the extension of the Navy-Notre Dame football game television contract with CBS through 2018 and negotiating bowl deals with the Houston, Emerald, Poinsettia, Meineke Car Care, EagleBank, Texas and Armed Forces Bowls. Gladchuk is heavily involved with NCAA and Patriot League committees. He recently was selected to serve on the NCAA Leadership Council, which is one of the highest NCAA appointments an athletic director can realize. The council will help set the Division I legislative agenda and advises the NCAA regarding major legislative issues being considered. The primary responsibility of the council is to identify those issues on the horizon that can impact Division I and intercollegiate athletics as a whole and will spend much of its time planning for the future of Division I and will help set the course for the future. Gladchuk is also on the NACDA (National Association of Collegiate Athletic Directors) Executive Committee and has served as the Chairman of the Executive Committee in the Patriot League and a member of the NCAA Olympic Sport Liaison Committee. Gladchuk came to the Naval Academy from the University of Houston, where he had been the Director of Athletics since July 18, 1997. Recognized as one of the nation’s top leaders in intercollegiate athletics management, he guided the Cougars to 19 Conference USA Championships, while making significant strides in the academic success of their student-athletes, gender equity and fiscal management. Before Houston, Gladchuk was the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Intramurals and Recreation for seven years at his alma mater, Boston College. Under Gladchuk, Boston College emerged as one of the NCAA’s elite programs of the 1990s winning numerous Big East and NCAA Championships. The school’s graduation rate for all student-athletes was over 90 percent and the Eagles won the College Football Association’s Academic Achievement Award for the highest graduation rates among all Division I schools in three of his last five years at Boston College. Gladchuk led the Alumni Stadium expansion effort, which resulted in a $35 million improvement to the football stadium. Prior to rejoining Boston College, Gladchuk served as AD at Tulane University from 1987-90. During his tenure, he directed the reinstatement of the Green Wave basketball program to Division I status. In addition, he oversaw the construction of new facilities for the athletics administration as well as baseball, track and field and tennis teams after a $25 million athletics campaign was successfully completed. From 1985-87, he served as Associate AD at Syracuse University, heading operations, NCAA compliance, financial aid and facility operations. Gladchuk lettered in football at Boston College and graduated with honors in business management in 1973. He earned a master’s in sports administration from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in 1974, where he began his career in intercollegiate athletics, including serving for seven years as Director of General Physical Education, Assistant and Associate Athletic Director for the university. He also has served as Director of Athletics and head football coach for the New Hampton (Prep) School in New Hampshire prior to leaving for UMass. He and his wife, Kathy, have four children: John, a graduate of Loyola Marymount; Katie, a graduate of Boston College; Christie, a graduate of Trinity and Julie, a graduate of the University of North Carolina.

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FIRST-RATE FACULTY & STAFF The Naval Academy's philosophy of education stresses attention to individual students by highly qualified faculty members who are strongly committed to teaching. Classes are small, with an average size of fewer than 18 students and a student-faculty ratio of 8:1. All courses at the Naval Academy are taught and graded by faculty members, not by graduate assistants.

 Women’s soccer’s Shelley Moeller (‘10) was a Third-Team Academic All-America honoree in 2009. Moeller was also a member of the Navy’s women’s lacrosse team.

Our 600-member faculty is an integrated group of officers and civilians in nearly equal numbers. Officers bring fresh ideas and experiences from operational units and staffs of the Navy and Marine Corps. The academy's civilian faculty members give continuity to the educational program and form a core of professional scholarship and teaching experience. Working together closely, these military and civilian faculty member form one of the strongest and most dedicated teaching faculties of any college or university in the United States.

MAJORS Students at the Naval Academy can select one of 53 different majors within 22 fields of study. The 22 fields of study are grouped into three different divisions: Division of Engineering and Weapons (aerospace engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, general engineering, mechanical engineering, Naval architecture, ocean engineering), Division of Math and Science (chemistry, computer science, general science, information technology, mathematics, oceanography, physics) and the Division of Humanities and Social Science (Arabic, Chinese, economics, English, history, political science, quantitative economics). In addition to graduating with a Bachelor���s of Science, students can attain a minor in one of seven different languages.

 Beth Reed (‘10) was a First-Team Academic All-America selection for women’s soccer. Reed also played for the Navy women’s basketball team.

Students who excel at the Naval Academy have many opportunities to challenge and advance themselves through several special programs -- Trident Scholars, Honors Programs, and Voluntary Graduate Education Program (VGEP). Track and field athletes Kayla Sax and Tyrell Arment were part of the 10-member Trident Scholar program’s Class of 2010.

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS In addition to furthering their education at schools across the country, students at the Naval Academy annually are in competition for several prestigious scholarships. Since Navy's first Rhodes Scholar, E. Van Meter ('28), a total of 45 Naval Academy graduates have received the Rhodes Scholarship, including 12 since 2001. Among Navy's most recent recipients is former baseball player Trevor Thompson ('05). 24 grads have won George C. Marshall Scholarships, including 14 since 2000. Standout swimmer Kelly Zahalka ('09) was a recipient of both the Harry S. Truman and Gen. George C. Marshall Scholarships, which paved the way for her to study for two years in the United Kingdom.

 Kayla Sax (‘10) was a recipient of the Gates Cambridge Scholarship, becoming the ninth honoree from the Naval Academy.

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Women's track and cross country runner Kayla Sax ('10) became just the ninth student from the Naval Academy to be awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship, which will enable her to contribute to research focused on alternative energy sources at the University of Cambridge in the coming year.

Both soccer's Beth Reed ('10) and track 's Mark Van Orden ('10) were awarded NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships and will be pursuing graduate degrees before resuming their respective naval careers on a fulltime basis.

 Football’s John Dowd (‘12) was a Second-Team Academic All-America honoree in 2009-10.

 Evan Barnes (‘08) is one of four Navy student-athletes to have been honored as First-Team Lowe’s Senior All-America as part of the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award.  Track and field’s Mark Van Orden (‘10) was a

recipient of an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship and will pursue a graduate degree beginning the 2010-11 academic year.

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Naval Academy student-athletes have totaled 75 Academic All-America certificates over the years, with 42 of those awards coming since the start of the 1999-2000 academic year. USNA student-athletes have garnered eight awards during the 2009-10 academic year. The 200910 honorees included women’s soccer first-team selection Beth Reed (‘10), second-team football honoree John Dowd (‘12), women’s soccer third-teamer Shelly Moeller (‘10), first team rifle selections Liz Leckie (‘10) and Kenan Wang (‘11), men’s swimming first-team honoree Alex Buck (‘11), third-team men’s lacrosse selection Joe Lennon (‘10) and men’s track & field first-teamer Mark Van Orden (‘10). In addition to earning first-team status, Reed also became the first Naval Academy Academic All-American to receive the top award for her respective sport, as she was named the Division I Women’s Soccer Academic All-American of the Year – the highest academic honor bestowed upon any Division I women’s soccer student-athlete.

GRADUATION SUCCESS RATE For the fifth year in a row, the United States Naval Academy is at the head of the class for graduating NCAA student-athletes on the Division IA level. Navy graduated 100 percent of its student-athletes in 10 of the 20 NCAA sports reported on and averaged an overall rate of 98 percent for student-athletes in all sports – the second-highest mark nationally among Football Bowl Subdivision schools. LOWE’S SENIOR CLASS AWARD Navy has been well represented in the nomination process for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award, started in 2001 by Dick Enberg in response to the growing trend of men's basketball players leaving school early for the NBA. The award honors the attributes of senior student-athletes in four areas: classroom, community, character and competition. Navy has produced four first-team honorees in their respective sports over the last four years, highlighted by 2008 grad Evan Barnes, who was men’s soccer’s inaugural award winner in 2007. He, women’s basketball player Kate Hobbs ('07), women's soccer's Lizzie Barnes ('08) and men’s lacrosse’s Andy Tormey (‘09) each were named to the Lowe's Senior All-America First Team.

 Kelly Zahalka (‘09) was a recipient of both the Harry S. Truman and Gen. George C. Marshall scholarships.

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Additionally, sprint football players Tyler Hawkins ('10) and Ian Cameron ('12) were among 10 midshipmen selected for a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship, which will allow for them to study Arabic this summer in Egypt and Jordan, respectively.

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The men and women at the United States Naval Academy have committed themselves to the service of our country. During their four years in Annapolis, they also take part in service for the community. From outreach opportunities such as autograph sessions following athletic events to working with underpriveleged youth, the student-athletes at Navy give back to the area they call home during their college years.

The following are a few examples of community service opportunities performed by the men and women of Navy athletics during the 2009-10 academic year.

BASEBALL The baseball team adopted a local child with a brain tumor through the Friends of Jaclyn Organization. The child became a fixture at Navy’s home baseball games and the team has taken an active role in his and his family’s lives. The team presented them with an autographed baseball by the team, visited their house, attended his concert and sister’s swimming meet, spoken with him numerous times – especially after doctor’s appointments – and have helped him with his homework assignments. MEN’S BASKETBALL The men’s basketball team served as the host to a Navy Youth Center birthday party on the main court in Halsey Field House. FOOTBALL Quarterback Ricky Dobbs visited the Naval Academy Primary School and spoke to the firstgrade classroom, explaining the importance of doing the best in their studies and following their dreams. Dobbs had the students try on his football helmet and signed autographs for each of the children before going to visit both of the fourth-grade classrooms.

While in Houston for the Texas Bowl, the football team and the cheerleaders visited the children at the DePelchin Children’s Center. DePelchin was founded in 1892 by Kezia Payne DePelchin to shelter orphaned children. It was originally named the Faith Home, because Mrs. DePelchin had faith in the wonderful business leaders of Houston to support her cause. Although she died within a year, the community leaders, touched by her passion and mission, became united in their determination to carry on her work. Today, services are provided in over 60 locations in six counties in the southeastern part of Texas.

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OFFSHORE SAILING Members of the varsity offshore sailing team instructed several members of the JROTC maritime training program in Chicago.

WOMEN’S SOCCER The women’s soccer team held one of many “Meet the Mids” autograph sessions following a game last fall. All fans attending a “Meet the Mids” event are given a free poster for autographs, as well as an opportunity to take photos and converse with their favorite Navy studentathletes.

SWIMMING & DIVING The swimming & diving teams offered free learn-to-swim lessons to anyone in Lejeune Hall during the spring.

MEN’S TENNIS The men’s tennis team made its annual visit to the MaliVai Washington Kids Foundation, which provides an athletic and educational after school outlet for youths in the Jacksonville, Fla., area. The Mids first participated in a question-and-answer session with the youths before heading out to the tennis courts for some instruction and competition. A tradition on Navy's visits, each time a youth defeats a Mid, that Navy player has to immediately perform 10 push-ups.

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GOLF The golf team conducted a junior clinic for 15 youths from the Stanton Community Center in Annapolis. Head coach Pat Owen showed the group the putting green and how the cups were changed, followed by a clinic on the practice range that featured demonstrations by the Navy golf team. After a short discussion of the fundamentals, each youngster was paired up with a varsity golfer and had the opportunity to hit practice balls on the range.

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The Naval Academy is located in historic Annapolis, the capital of the State of Maryland. Annapolis was founded in 1640 as Anne Arundel Town and later became the first peacetime capital city of the United States of America in 1783.

Annapolis, named to honor Queen Anne of England, was granted a royal charter as a city in 1708. Annapolis can also lay claim to having been a capital of the United States. From November 1783 to August 1784, the Continental Congress met in the State House. It was here that they accepted George Washington’s resignation as commander-in-chief and ratified the Treaty of Paris, which ended the Revolutionary War.

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The colonial heritage of Annapolis is still evident as the city boasts more buildings from the 1700s than any other city in the country.

The heart of downtown Annapolis has also been designated a National Historic District. Many fine examples of colonial architecture, including the State House, Hammond-Harwood House, Chase-Lloyd House and the William Paca House and Gardens, are open to visitors. In August, 2009, Annapolis was named a Top Ten finalist for the International Award for Livable Communities, a competition focused on creating livable communities through sound environmental practices.

Annapolis is located on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay, the largest estuary in the United States. The Chesapeake provides natural environs, sightseeing, sailing, fishing and more, helping Annapolis become the sailing capital of the world. The water-lover will also revel in the fact that Maryland has nearly 4,000 miles of shoreline – more than any other state. Within 30 minutes of Annapolis lies both Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, providing entertainment and sightseeing opportunities for residents and tourists alike.

Additional photography credit to www.VisitAnnapolis.org, www.VisitMaryland.org, and www.Baltimore.org.

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 Over 53 million pounds of blue crab were harvested in Maryland in 2009. The Maryland crab harvest makes up more than 50 percent of the annual U.S. catch.

ner Harbor is just 30 minutes from y of Baltimore features Harborplace, nce Center, the National Aquarium, eum, American Visionary Art es for both the MLB’s Baltimore L’s Baltimore Ravens.

 Pimlico Race Course, home of the Preakness Stakes, is located in Baltimore. The horse industry contributes $1.5 billion annually to the state’s economy. There are over 20,000 horse farms located in Maryland.

 The State of Maryland voted in 1788 to cede land to form the District of Columbia, which soon became our nation’s capital. Washington, D.C., is located 30 minutes west of Annapolis.

 During the War of 1812, Francis Scott Key witnessed the bombardment of Fort McHenry in Baltimore and was inspired to pen the words to a poem entitled “The Star-Spangled Banner,” which eventually became the national anthem.

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Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 23 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have, and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country.

Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League finished at the top spot with 96 percent of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data. In addition, 90 Patriot League teams earned NCAA Academic Performance Program Public Recognition Awards after posting academic progress rate scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports.

 Erin Rawlick, Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Year

The Patriot League’s mission is simple, to provide successful competitive athletic experiences while maintaining high academic standards, and to prepare its student-athletes to be leaders in society. During the 2009-10 academic year, Patriot League student-athletes and teams have accomplished the following:

$ 11 Patriot League student-athletes earned CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honors, including Navy’s Beth Reed (Women’s Soccer), Alex Buck (Men’s Swimming and Diving) and Mark Van Orden (Track and Field receiving First-Team Academic All-America recognition.

 Emani Women’s Tenn  Dean Black, Men’s Cross Country and Men’s Outdoor Track Rookie of the Year

$ The Patriot League placed second among all Division I conferences with 90 teams receiving NCAA Public Recognition Awards for their performance in the classroom.

$ Navy’s Beth Reed and Mark Van Orden received NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships.

$ Reed was also named the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Women’s Soccer Academic All-American of the Year, and won the Patriot League Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award. $ Reed and American’s Anne-Meike de Wiljes earned the Patriot League’s nominations for the NCAA Woman of the Year award.

$ Navy’s Adam Meyer was named the Mid-Major Swimmer of the Year by CollegeSwimming.com, and received Honorable Mention All-America honors at the NCAA Championship Meet.

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Women’s Swimm 2010 Patriot Lea

TEAM TITLES • Men’s Cross Country • Women’s Swimming & Diving • Men’s Swimming & Diving • Men’s Tennis • Women’s Lacrosse

R J Wickham Mens Lacrosse Goalkeeper of the Year

 Angela Myers, Women’s Basketball Defensive Player of the Year

COACH OF THE YEAR • Carla Criste, Women’s Indoor Track & Field • John Morrison, Women’s Swimming • John Officer, Men’s Tennis • Al Cantello, Men’s Cross Country

PLAYER OF THE YEAR • Andrew Hanko, Men’s Cross Country • Beth Reed, Women’s Soccer Goalkeeper of the Year • Andrew Hanko, Men’s Indoor Track • Jess Palacio, Women’s Outdoor Track • Erin Rawlick, Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Year • RJ Wickham, Men’s Lacrosse Goalkeeper of the Year • Angela Myers, Women’s Basketball Defensive Player of the Year • Tara Chapmon, Women’s Swimming • Adam Meyer, Men’s Swimming ROOKIE OF THE YEAR • Dean Black, Men’s Cross Country • Dean Black, Men’s Outdoor Track & Field • Brigid Byrne, Women’s Cross Country • Laura Gorinski, Women’s Swimming • Justin Vagts, Men’s Swimming

 Carla Criste, Patriot League Women’s Indoor Track & Field Coach of the Year

 Justin Vagts, Men’s Swimming Rookie of the Year

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR • Beth Reed, Women’s Soccer • Mark Van Orden, Men’s Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field • Mary Ruttum, Women’s Lacrosse • Nick Birger, Men’s Tennis TOURNAMENT MVP • Owen Bullard, Men’s Tennis • Erin Rawlick, Women’s Lacrosse ALL-LEAGUE • Emani Decquir, Women’s Tennis

ming and Diving ague Champions

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2009-10 PATRIOT LEAGUE HONORS FOR NAVY

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We expect to win in everything we do – on and off the field of competition. The Blue & Gold provides the supplemental resources necessary to assist our coaches and Midshipmen to realistically pursue the highest level of success within the context of their physical challenges. We are an institution invested in a mission that educates future leaders in moral, mental and physical excellence. The Blue & Gold enables our Midshipmen to pursue the highest goals possible as members of varsity or junior varsity teams.

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The Naval Academy Athletic Association is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization charged with providing resources to support 45 varsity and junior varsity programs offered by the Naval Academy. The NAAA operates with the guidance of the Naval Academy’s Board of Control, whose members report to the Superintendent of the United State Naval Academy.

TOP TICKET PRIORITY FOR SEASON TICKET HOLDERS AT AWAY AND NEUTRAL SITE GAMES * Ability to purchase at least four (4) Club Seats to Maryland, Notre Dame and Army-Navy games * Exclusive seating area * Climate-controlled concourse * Club Level concessions and amenities * Priority for away football game tickets

Over 90 percent of funding support for the NAAA programs is through external sources of revenue (i.e. Blue & Gold memberships, ticket sales, corporate sponsorship, television revenue, parking, etc.). Less than 10 percent of the operating budget for the varsity and junior varsity programs is provided by the Academy via government funding.

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games of the year. Navy opens the season in September against Maryland at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore and plays host to Notre Dame on October 23 at the New Meadowlands Stadium. The Army-Navy football game is December 11 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa.

Therefore, the Blue & Gold memberships are critical in providing our teams with the supplemental dollars necessary to close the “resource gap” between the Naval Academy teams and our Division I competition. Your support is critical to our continued success.

Membership in the Blue & Gold contributes to 118 years of supporting the Brigade of Midshipmen and is the Margin of Athletic Excellence funding for all 32 teams!

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best way to secure tickets to the games. Season ticket holders that are Blue & Gold members receive top priority when it comes to location of seats.

C lub Level seats are assured to Admiral’s Row members of the Blue & Gold. Admiral’s Row members are the only ones assured of receiving Club Seats, and each member at this level is entitled to purchase four (4) Club Level seats to the game. TAX INFORMATION Since your membership includes an option to purchase tickets, 80 percent of your membership is tax deductible. Only the individual paying for the membership is eligible to take the tax deduction. The Blue & Gold members will receive a receipt for tax purposes at the end of the year. MORE INFORMATION For more information, please visit www.NavySports.com or call (410) 293-8708.

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2011 Navy Women始s Track & Field Schedule INDOOR SEASON

Jan. 7 / at Delaware Invitational Newark, Del. / 4:00 pm Jan. 15 / Navy Invitational Annapolis, Md. / 3:00 pm Jan. 29 / at Patriot Games Fairfax, Va. / 11:00 am Feb. 5 / at Army (Star Meet) West Point, N.Y. / 12:00 pm Feb. 10 / Sweetheart Meet Annapolis, Md. / 4:00 pm Feb. 18-20 / Patriot League Championship Annapolis, Md. / All Day March 5-6 / at ECAC Championship Boston, Mass. / All Day March 11-12 / at NCAA Championship College Station, Texas / All Day OUTDOOR SEASON

March 26 / Navy Open Annapolis, Md. / 10:00 am April 1-2 / at Colonial Relays Williamsburg, Va. / 11:00 am April 8 / Army (Star Meet) Annapolis, Md. / 2:30 pm April 16 / at Johns Hopkins Invite Baltimore, Md. / 11:00 am April 22 / at Larry Ellis Invitational Princeton, N.J. / 4:00 pm April 28 / at Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pa. / 10:00 am May 6-7 / at Patriot League Championship Easton, Pa. / All Day May 13-15 / at ECAC Championship Princeton, N.J. / All Day May 26-28 / at NCAA East Regional Bloomington, Ind. / All Day June 8-11 / at NCAA Championship Des Moines, Iowa / All Day

All times Eastern, subject to change. Home meets in bold. Indoor home meets held at Wesley A. Brown Field House. Outdoor home meets held at Ingram Field.


2011 Women's Track Guide