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2013-14 Cincinnati

Track & Field

2013-14 SCHEDULE INDOOR TRACK & FIELD Date

Meet

Location

Dec. 13-14

Hoosier Open

Bloomington, Ind.

Jan. 10

Akron Dual

Akron, Ohio

Jan. 24-25

Rod McCravy Invitational

Lexington, Ky.

Jan. 31-Feb. 1

Indiana Relays

Bloomington, Ind.

Feb. 7-8

Armory Collegiate invitational

New York, New York

Feb. 14-15

Hoosier Hills Invitational

Bloomington, ind.

Feb. 21

Buckeye Tune-Up

Columbus, Ohio

Feb. 28-Mar. 1

AAC Championships

New York, New York

OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD Date

Meet

Location

Mar. 21-22

Alabama Relays

Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Central Florida Invitational

Orlando, Fla.

Mar. 28-29

Oliver Nickoloff Invitational

Gettler Stadium

Apr. 4

USF Dual

Tampa, Fla.

Apr. 11-12

All-Ohio Championships

Gettler Stadium

Apr. 18-19

Heart of Bluegrass Classic

Lexington, Ky.

Apr. 24-26

Drake Relays

Des Moines, Iowa

May 2-4

AAC Championships

Tampa, Fla.

May 16

Cardinal Twilight

Louisville, Ky.

May 29-31

NCAA East Preliminary Round

Jacksonville, Fla.

June 11-14

NCAA Championships

Eugene, Ore.

June 25-28

USATF Senior Nationals

Sacramento, Calif.

July 5-7

USATF Junior Nationals

Eugene, Ore.

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QUICK FACTS University Information

Location Cincinnati, Ohio Founded 1819 Nickname Bearcats Colors Red and Black NCAA Affiliate Division I Conference American Athletic Conference Enrollment 42,656 President Dr. Santa J. Ono Director of Athletics Mike Bohn Sr. Associate AD/Sport Oversight Maggie McKinley

Track & Field Information

Head Men’s Track & Field/Cross Country Kris Mack Alma Mater Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo (2000) Seasons at Cincinnati Fifth season Events Jumps Twitter @CoachKMack Head Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country Susan Seaton Alma Mater German College (1991) Seasons at Cincinnati 10th season Events Throws Twitter @susanseaton8 Assistat Track & FIeld/Associate Cross Country Sam Burroughs Alma Mater Buffalo (2000) Seasons at Cincinnati First season Events Distance Assistant Track & Field Nadine Faustin-Parker Alma Mater North Carolina (1999) Seasons at Cincinnati First season Events Sprints and Hurdles Assistant Track & Field Chris Wineberg Alma Mater Cincinnati (2004) Seasons at Cincinnati Seventh season Events Multi-Events Twitter @CoachWinebergUC Office Phone Number (513) 556-0562 Indoor Facility Armory Fieldhouse (150m) Outdoor Facility Gettler Stadium (400m)

TABLE OF CONTENTS QUICK FACTS/TABLE OF CONTENTS..................................................................................... 1 UNIVERSITY INFORMATION..............................................................................................2-3 PRESIDENT DR. SANTA J. ONO............................................................................................. 4 ATHLETICS DIRECTOR MIKE BOHN.......................................................................................5 COACHES Kris Mack.............................................................................................................................. 6 Susan Seaton........................................................................................................................7 Sam Burroughs..................................................................................................................... 8 Nadine Faustin-Parker........................................................................................................ 9 Chris Wineberg....................................................................................................................10 MEN’S TEAM Roster...................................................................................................................................11 Headshot Roster (by class)...........................................................................................12-14 Individual Conference Champions.....................................................................................15 NCAA Qualifiers and All-Americans...................................................................................16 Indoor Records and All-Time Top 10 Performances....................................................17-19 Outdoor Records and All-Time Top 10 Performances.................................................20-23 WOMEN’S TEAM Roster..................................................................................................................................24 Headshot Roster (by class)..........................................................................................25-27 Individual Conference Champions/NCAA Qualifiers and All-Americans....................... 28 Indoor Records and All-Time Top 10 Performances................................................... 29-31 Outdoor Records and All-Time Top 10 Performances.................................................32-34 gettler stadium............................................................................................................. 35

Sports Communications

Senior Director (Track & Field contact) Cory Hall Office Phone (513) 556-0618 Cell Phone (515) 419-1755 Email Address cory.hall@uc.edu Mailing Address University of Cincinnati Richard E. Lindner Center, Suite 860 2751 O’Varsity Way Cincinnati, OH 45221 Twitter @hallCthree Athletic Website www.GoBearcats.com

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THE UNIVERSITY

AN institution on the rise »» U.S. News has ranked UC in the Top Tier of America’s Best Colleges and as one of 15 “up and coming” universities. »» The Chronicle of Higher Ed. calls UC a “research heavyweight.” »» Travel & Leisure Magazine ranked UC among America’s Most Beautiful College Campuses. »» UC was the first public institution in Ohio named a “green university” by Princeton Review. »» Classified as a Research University (Very High Research Activity) by the Carnegie Commission, UC is ranked as one of America’s top 25 public research universities by the National Science Foundation. »» Money Magazine’s “Elite Values in Higher Education,” Kaplan’s “Unofficial, Unbiased Insider’s Guide to the 320 Most Interesting Colleges,” Octameron’s “College Match: A Blueprint for Choosing the Best School for You” and Yahoo’s “Internet Life” have all ranked the University of Cincinnati’s programs among the best in the nation.

Choose Ohio First, Cincinnati Pathways Scholarship, UC Global scholars and tuition reciprocity. »» Additional information is available for your consideration. »» The University Honors Program comprises the top seven percent of UC students and is committed to helping students maximize their educational opportunities at UC while discovering and pursuing their passions in life and using their gifts and talents to make meaningful contributions to society. AMONG THE NATION’S MOST DIVERSE »» We offer many components that enrich us as a vibrant, public research university. UC is ranked 19th on the top 20 list of universities with a diverse student population. ASSISTING IN THEIR SUCCESS »» Learning communities serve more than 2,000 freshmen annually and feature personnel who have won national awards. They are an integral part of the first-year experience at UC and are an exciting way for first-year students to build a network of study partners and friends. »» The Center for Exploratory Studies has been featured in New York Times as a best practice and assists students who have not yet declared a major or who may be considering a change and want to make informed, intelligent decisions about their futures.

LARGE PUBLIC UNIVERSITY »» The University of Cincinnati enrolls more than 42,000 students, including its Blue Ash and Clermont campuses, each year in a diverse collection of 13 colleges and divisions – from the College-Conservatory of Music to the College of Medicine, law to engineering, business to arts and sciences. »» The university offers more than 300 majors and degree programs from the associate to doctoral level.

WORLD-RENOWNED PROGRAMS »» The College & Conservatory of Music (CCM) is ranked in the top 10 music schools nationally. »» The Criminal Justice and Pediatrics programs are each ranked third in the nation, the College of Design Architecture Art & Planning (DAAP) annually has its design programs ranked in the top three nationally and its architecture program in the top 10.

ATTRACTING ELITE STUDENTS »» UC’s total financial support for students is nearly $68 million, with its cornerstone scholarship program, Cincinnatus, awarding more than 2,000 scholarships totaling over $18 million. »» There are a several additional aid awards available, including the STEER Program, Darwin T. Turner Scholarship Fund, 2

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OF CINCINNATI

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION »» Co-op was invented at the University of Cincinnati in 1906. Now, over 100 years and 43 countries later, generations of students worldwide have followed our lead. »» Today, UC’s co-op program is listed among the nation’s best in US News & World Report rankings.

amenities helps companies retain current employees and recruit new ones. GETTING METROPOLITAN The metropolitan Cincinnati population is 2.1 million. The metro area consists of Hamilton, Clermont and Warren Counties in Ohio; Boone, Campbell and Kenton Counties in Kentucky; and Dearborn County, Indiana. The city’s population is about 356,000 and covers an area of 77.2 square miles.

LOYAL ALUMNI »» The 2010-11 Almanac from the Chronicle of Higher Education ranked UC’s endowment of $1,004,368,000 at 74th in the United States among all colleges and universities. »» Income from endowment earnings reflect the dedication of more than 250,000 living alumni.

Accolades and Awards National praise keeps coming for Cincinnati and the city’s improved image has been the subject of numerous articles placed in publications such as USA Today, CNN.com and Esquire Magazine. Cincinnati is recognized not only as a top destination for all ages, but also a community that strives for innovation, quality of life and regional growth.

VIBRANT SETTING The University of Cincinnati has seen tremendous growth since 2000 with the construction of 24 buildings across its main campus as well as Clermont College and Blue Ash locations.

AN ATTRACTIVE DESTINATION Cincinnati’s attractions were recognized as top vacation spots for families, in the Zagat Survey’s U.S. Family Travel Guide, in association with Parenting Magazine. Numerous Cincinnati attractions top rankings among a list of over 1,000 sites and attractions in the United States.

THE QUEEN CITY Amidst the gently rolling hills along the Ohio River, Cincinnati spreads from the southwestern corner of Ohio into Northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana. AMONG THE FORTUNATE Cincinnati has more Fortune 500 companies per million residents than New York, Boston, Chicago or Los Angeles, and is the home of many of the most recognized and respected brands in the world. The region counts eight Fortune 500 headquarters with seven more in the Fortune 1000.

»» Cincinnati is home to the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals and MLB’s Cincinnati Reds. »» Newport Aquarium was named the No. 1 aquarium in the Midwest and one of the 25 top rated attractions in the country. »» Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden ranked 13th of 50 national attractions. »» Cincinnati Art Museum tied with four museums, including the Metropolitan Art Museum in New York and the Art Institute in Chicago, for best art museum.

A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE Cincinnati is not only among the best places for these companies to do business; it’s also one of the best places to live. Named ‘A Top-10 Value City’ by Kiplinger magazine, Cincinnati’s vibrant economy, low cost of living and great

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Dr. Santa Ono - University President Dr. Ono’s service in the community includes the Cincinnati Business Committee and the boards of Ohio’s Third Frontier, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, CincyTech, UC Health, Uptown Consortium, United Way, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and Japan America Society of Cincinnati. He is a member of the Chancellor’s Ohio Completion Task Force of the Ohio Board of Regents as well as the Executive Committee of the STRIVE partnership and served on the Board of Advisors for Strive for College.

Santa J. Ono, PhD, is the 28th President at the University of Cincinnati. After serving on an interim basis for two months, he was appointed to the presidency on Oct. 23, 2012. President Ono first arrived at UC in 2010, serving two years as the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost. As Provost, he led the development of an Academic Master Plan (AMP) aligned to the university’s strategic plan, UC2019. The AMP, unveiled in May 2012, outlined an initial investment of about $10 million toward long-term strategic goals set for completion in UC’s bicentennial year, 2019.

He has served on the Medical Research Council’s Medical Advisory Board and College of Experts and the IMS and HAI study sections of the National Institutes of Health. He has consulted widely for companies such as GSK, Cambridge Antibody Technologies plc (now part of Astra Zeneca), Johnson & Johnson, Santen Inc. and Oxagen plc. As a scholar and researcher, Dr. Ono has served on the editorial boards of the Journal of Immunology, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Immunology and the Journal of Allergy & Clinical Immunology.

Dr. Ono is the first Asian American to serve as UC’s chief executive and one of only a few Asian Americans to serve as president of a major research institution in the United States. Dr. Ono also serves as Professor of Pediatrics within UC’s College of Medicine and Professor of Biology in the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Ono’s principal research interests focus on transcriptional regulation in the human immune system, mechanisms of mast cell dependent inflammation on the ocular surface and the immune component of age-related macular degeneration.

Among his many honors and awards are the American Diabetes Association Career Development Award, the Investigator Award from the National Arthritis Foundation, the Brit Katz Award (Emory University), the Roche Laboratories Award for Excellence in Research, the Pharmacia International Award in Allergy Research. He was elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2012.

Prior to UC, Dr. Ono served at Emory University as Vice Provost for Academic Initiatives and Deputy to the Provost and then Senior Vice Provost for Undergraduate Academic Affairs, also serving as Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology, Emory University School of Medicine. Earlier in his career, he also served in a variety of teaching, research and administrative positions at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Harvard Medical School (and the Schepens Eye Research Institute), University College London (UCL) and Moorfields Eye Hospital in London.

Dr. Ono earned his PhD at McGill University and his BA at the University of Chicago. His training in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Harvard was supported by a Helen Hay Whitney Foundation Fellowship.

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Mike Bohn - Director of Athletics Mike Bohn was named the director of athletics at the University of Cincinnati on Feb. 6, 2014.

construction on the Vandal Athletics Center, the first athletic facilities improvement in two decades. Additionally, he spearheaded a 20% increase in the Vandal Scholarship Fund and a $350,000 surge in annual corporate support.

Bohn’s career spans thirty years and includes record-setting achievements at multiple institutions.

Bohn spent three years at Colorado State University as associate director of athletics. At CSU, he was responsible for all external revenue-producing operations, including: ticket sales; fundraising through the Greater Ram Club; licensing; corporate sales; signage; capital campaigns; broadcasting rights fees; and special events.

As director of athletics at the University of Colorado from 2005 to 2013, Bohn successfully led their transition to the Pac-12 Conference. CU won four conference championship titles within two years, including the first for men’s basketball in over 43 years. Meanwhile, Bohn enhanced academic support for scholar-athletes, resulting in departmental highs for APR and GPA.

Prior to CSU, Bohn served as Director of Marketing for the College Football Association. The CFA, the precursor to the current Bowl Championship Series, consisted of six major football conferences encompassing 67 universities. Bohn assisted with the CFA’s administration of a $67 million television package involving ABC, ESPN and ESPN2.

He oversaw several multi-million dollar capital projects and facility upgrades, as well as secured the largest corporate sponsorship in school history. In 2008, CU garnered national attention for launching the first zero-waste stadium initiative at the college or professional level. In 2013, CU was named the most economically efficient athletics department in the nation by the Laboratory for the Study of Intercollegiate Athletics at Texas A&M.

He began his athletic administrative career at the Air Force Academy, where he played a major role in increasing football season ticket sales from 6,000 to 20,000 and in implementing a fundraising campaign that generated $16 million for stadium improvements.

Prior to the University of Colorado, Bohn served as director of athletics at San Diego State University. Under his watch, SDSU football increased season ticket sales by 27% and game-day attendance by 59%, in addition to setting a SDSU single-game attendance record of 57,000 against Idaho State. The SDSU baseball team set a NCAA single-game attendance record of 40,000.

Bohn received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas, where he was recruited as a quarterback and also played baseball, and a master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio University. He is married to the former Kim Zeren, and they have a son, Brandon, and a daughter, Michaelyn Tynan, along with a sonin-law, John Tynan, and a grandson, Chase Tynan.

As director of athletics at the University of Idaho from 1999 to 2003, Bohn successfully led their transition to the Division I-A ranks from the Big Sky Conference. Under Bohn, UI began

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Coaches

Kris Mack

Head Men’s Track & Field/ Cross Country Coach

Kris Mack enters his first season as the head men’s track and field/cross country coach at Cincinnati after spending the last four years as an assistant coach with the Bearcats. On top of his head coaching duties, Mack will continue to coach the jumps for the men’s and women’s teams.

at various levels. In 2003, Mack served as an assistant coach at Bloomington North High School in Bloomington, Ind. In one year at Bloomington North, Mack led four athletes (two throwers/two vaulters) to the Indiana State Track and Field Championship meet and helped Bloomington North to the 2003 Sectional and Regional Track and Field Championship titles. While working as a graduate assistant coach at Indiana University from 2000-02, Mack worked with Dino Efthimiou as he placed fifth at the NCAA Indoor Championships in the pole vault (17’11.25) and claimed all-America status. In 2002, Mack earned his M.S. in Biomechanics from Indiana University, where he studied under Jesus Dapena, the Sports Biomechanics high jump specialist for USA Track and Field. During the 2000 U.S. Olympic Trials, Mack was an assistant coach for Sky Jumpers Vertical Sports Club and coached Paula Serrano to a 10th-place finish in the women’s pole vault. While working at Sky Jumpers (1996-2000), Mack assisted with the development of many elite high school pole vaulters, including Chelsea Johnson, Shayla Balentine, Monica Pacas, and Kasey Lundgren.

In his previous four seasons at UC, Mack has established the Bearcats as one of the strongest pole vaulting programs in the country. He has mentored a pair of All-Americans in MacKenzie Fields and Josh Dangel while also helping his vaulters snatch seven combined BIG EAST crowns. Mack has also helped his pole vaulters etch themselves in the UC record books. On the women’s side, he has coached seven student-athletes into the all-time Top 10 list including Fields, who holds the school indoor and outdoor records. She broke both records during the 2013 season by clearing 13’ 11.25” indoors and 14’ 3.5” outdoors.On the men’s side, he has helped Dangel and Tommy Marks jump into the Top 10 lists. His experience has also helped the Bearcats make their mark in the other jumping events. Brandon Fitch moved to second all-time on UC’s outdoor performance list with a clearance of 7’ 1” in 2010. Tariq Sanders and Michael Nwankwo also jumped into the Top 10 list in the triple jump during the 2012 season. Mack also aided Shayna Portis and Cameron Gardner in reaching the school’s top performance list in both long jump and triple jump. Prior to Cincinnati, Mack spent six seasons at Stanford working with the Cardinal’s pole vaulters and multis.

Mack completed his education at Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo in 2000, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Kinesiology and Biochemistry. While on the track team at Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo, Mack obtained a personal best of 17-4 in the pole vault and his team qualified five pole vaulters to the 1998 and 1999 NCAA Outdoor Championships.

During his time in Palo Alto, Calif., Mack had five athletes qualify for an NCAA Championship and coached them to a combined eight All-America honors. Pole vaulter Graeme Hoste is Mack’s most decorated protégé qualifying for the NCAA Championships five times and earning three AllAmerica honors. He also coached Whitney Liehr to two AllAmerica honors in just her second season at Stanford.

Mack and his wife Paula (Serrano), the 1999 NCAA Champion in the women’s pole vault, have three sons, Travis, Caleb, and Dustin.

Prior to Stanford, Mack enjoyed success coaching athletes

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Coaches Susan Seaton enters her fifth season as UC’s women’s track and field/cross country head coach after first serving as an assistant coach from 2004-08 and interim head coach during the 2008-09 season.

Susan Seaton

She has quickly elevated the UC program through a teamoriented and family-focused philosophy that has seen UC perform at record-breaking levels on the track while setting new standards for academic achievement. During her tenure, the team has set 23 school records, won nine BIG EAST Conference individual or relay titles, sent 36 athletes to the NCAA Regional Outdoor Championships, qualified 10 student-athletes to the NCAA Championships, and produced three All-Americans. In 2012, she led the women’s teams to their bestever performances in the BIG EAST Championships, finishing second indoor and fourth outdoor. At the indoor championship, UC won four individual titles and swept the awards with Kathy Klump being named Most Outstanding Track Performer and Jasmine Cotton being tagged the Most Outstanding Field Performer. Klump and Cotton each went on to be named All-Americans in the 800-meter run and pentathlon. The Bearcats success continued outdoors with two additional conference crowns. A total of 12 athletes participated at the NCAA First Round with four advancing to the NCAA Championships. Klump became a twotime All-American in the 800 meters, while three other Bearcats earned honorable mention All-America honors. Seaton serves as UC’s throws coach and has helped her throwers etch their names in the school records book. She aided her student-athletes in garnering 10 of the 12 possible school records. Three of Seaton’s UC throwers have earned individual conference titles: Steve Kahle, shot put; Jo Young, hammer throw; and Brian Zimmerman, javelin. Additionally, Ian Jarman won the 2008 Penn Relays title in the hammer throw, and Emelie Larsson (javelin) and Frida Akerstrom (shot put) have each won Swedish National titles.

Head Women’s Track & Field/ Cross Country

mentored five All-Americans, 16 conference champions, and nine NCAA qualifiers and was part of 15 conference championship team titles and 10 NCAA Top 10 teams. A native of Saalfeld, Germany, Seaton earned her bachelor’s degree from the German College of Sports Science in 1991 and a master’s in exercise science from the University of Leipzig in 1994. Seaton was a standout athlete for the East German junior track and field team and competed for her German club team SC Motor Jena from 1984-87. She has competitive experience in the javelin, discus, shot put, multi events, high jump, long jump, hurdles and cross country. At the prime of her career she was a javelin specialist and took third place at the 1989 East German amateur national championships and finished in second place at the 1986 national club championships. Seaton has earned Level I and Level II USA Track and Field coaching education certifications, is a graduate of the NCAA Women Coaches Academy and a member of the Alliance for Women Coaches. In the fall of 2010, Seaton was selected to serve on the NCAA Division I Track and Field / Cross Country Committee and recently had her term extended to June 2015. Susan and her husband, Robert, who reside in College Hill, are parents to Patrick and Aidan.

Off the track, the UC women’s program has earned USTFCCCA All-Academic Team Awards in cross country and track and field three times. UC also named 11 individuals to the USTFCCCA All-Academic team after reaching NCAA preliminary qualifying marks in their respective events while posting GPA’s greater than 3.25. Before joining the Bearcats Seaton spent six seasons as an assistant coach at the Wisconsin and three years as an assistant at Northern Arizona. During that time Seaton

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Coaches Before joining the ACU staff, Burroughs was the assistant cross country coach and an assistant track and field coach at Iona College (N.Y.) for three seasons. Burroughs helped lead the Gaels to unprecedented success from 2005-07 as he was part of a program that posted three straight top-four finishes at the NCAA Division I national cross country championship meet, 4th in 2005, 3rd in 2006, and NCAA National Runnerups in 2007. While at Iona, Burroughs helped coach the Gaels to three straight Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) titles and helped the women’s program to its third straight MAAC title.

Sam Burroughs Assistant Coach/Distance

Additional coaching stops include Manhattan College and Boston University. Sam Burroughs enters his first season at Cincinnati as associate head cross country coach and an assistant track & field coach. He oversees the middle and long distance-runner runners.

Burroughs, who earned his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology in 2000 from the University of Buffalo, competed as a top member for their programs. Burroughs remained at Buffalo for graduate work, earning his Master of Science in Human Performance in 2002.

Burroughs comes to UC after a three-year stint at North Texas. During his time with the Mean Green, he saw a complete transformation of their distance programs. He coached six All-Conference performers in cross country: Patrick Strong (2010), Sara Dietz (2010, 2011), Ingrid Mollenkopf (2010, 2011), Jo Adams (2012), and Troy Taylor (2012).In 2011, Burroughs was named the Sun Belt Conference Women’s Cross Country Coach of the Year. The success in cross county spilled onto the track for North Texas. Burroughscoached multiple athletes to a number of school records:Sara Dietz broke a 31 year old record in the indoor 800m and 3000m, Ingrid Mollenkopf rewrote her own school record in the 10,000m, Josephine Adams broke Dietz’s 3000m and took down two 1980 records in the indoor mile & outdoor 1500m, Charlotte Wilson chopped 30 seconds off the 3000m steeplechase record, and Matt Russ to rewrote the oldest North Texas indoor school record from 1974 in the 800m.Point contributions from the distance events was a key factor when the North Texas women’s program won back-toback Sun Belt Outdoor Conference Championships in 2012 and 2013. Prior to North Texas, Burroughs spent two years in the same position at Abilene Christian University, where he collected two Lone Star Conference Championships, a South Central Regional Championship and a fourth-place finish at the NCAA championship meet in men’s cross country. He was named the 2008 South Central Regional Coach of the Year by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches’ Association as well as the Lone Star Conference Men’s Coach of the Year in 2008 and ‘09. In 2010, Burroughs coached Amos Sang to first place finishes in both the 5,000 and 10,000 meter runs at the NCAA Championships as well as leading Sang and Cleophas Tanui to first and second place finishes, respectively, in the 10,000 meter run at the prestigious Penn Relays in 2009.

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Coaches Nadine Faustin-Parker enters her first season with Cincinnati as an Assistant Track and Field Coach. FaustinParker, who is a former three-time Olympian in the 100m hurdles, will coach the Bearcats’ short sprinters and hurdlers. Faustin-Parker comes to UC after spending two seasons at Mansfield University (Pa.) as the Head Women’s Track and Field Coach/Assistant Men’s Coach. In her short time with the Mountaineers, she made an immediate impact on the program. A total of 26 school records were set in her two seasons, and she coached 15 PSAC qualifiers, three All-PSAC, two PSAC Champions, nine NCAA provisional qualifying mark performances, and one NCAA qualifier.Faustin-Parker’s efforts brought forth Mansfield University’s first female and male sprinters in history to win a conference title. She also developed the first male sprinter in the history of the program to qualify for the NCAA Championships. While the former Olympian led the Mountaineers, Benae Edwards won the NCAA crown in the 10,000 meters, which was the first in school history, and Mansfield had a freshman named the PSAC Freshman Track Athlete of the Year.

Nadine FaustinParker Assistant Coach/ Sprints & Hurdles professionals who are committed to civic engagement as well as philanthropic endeavors benefiting Haiti and Haitian organizations and causes. Faustin-Parker lives in the Cincinnati area with her husband, Anthony Parker, and son, Anthony Daniel Parker.

She came to Mansfield after serving four years as the Director of Track and Field Operations and Assistant Coach at her alma mater, North Carolina. She assisted the program with the multi-event athletes and hurdlers. During her tenure at UNC, she coached eight All-ACC honorees, three ACC Champions and five NCAA Qualifiers, inlcuding Mateo Sossah, who was an NCAA runner-up in the men’s decathlon. Faustin-Parker represented Haiti in the 100-meter hurdles in three Olympic Games (2000 in Sydney, Australia; 2004 in Athens, Greece; 2008 in Beijing, China). She was a semifinalist in Athens, posting a personal-best time of 12.74, which is a Haiti national record. She also holds the 60-meter hurles record in a time of 7.99. Faustin-Parker participated in the European Track and Field Curcuit from 1999-2008. She was a five-time semifinalist at the Indoor and Outdoor World Championships. Faustin-Parker graduated from UNC in 1999 as a studentathlete with All-America honors. She was inducted into the University of North Carolina Track and Field Hall of Honor in 2007. In 2012, she was awarded with the NCAA Women Coaches Academy Judy Sweet award. Several months later, she was named to the inaugural list of 25 people to be selected to The 1804 List of 25 Haitian American Changemakers in the United States by The Haitian Roundtable, an organization of Haitian-American

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Coaches Wineberg was a two-time conference champion in the decathlon at UC and an All-American in 2004. He holds the school record in the decathlon, with a score of 7,584. Wineberg graduated from UC in 2004 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He was also honored as the Legion of Excellence Award winner for graduating with the highest senior GPA of the team in 2004.

Chris Wineberg

Assistant Coach/ 400, 800 and Multievents

Post collegiately, Wineberg competed at the national level for two seasons and placed as high as fifth at the indoor U.S. National Meet in the heptathlon. While training and competing at a national level, Wineberg also served as a parttime coach for the UC track program, working with the long and high jumpers.

Chris Wineberg enters his sixth season as a full time member of the University of Cincinnati coaching staff, with his responsibilities ranging from coaching the men’s and women’s sprint programs and multi-event athletes.

Chris is married to former UC 400-meter standout and 2008 Olympic gold medalist Mary Wineberg (formerly Danner). The couple welcomed a daughter, Brooklyn, in August 2009.

In 2006, Wineberg was hired as an assistant track coach where he strictly worked with the men’s and women’s sprint programs and now he coaches the sprints in addition to the multi-event athletes. In the past five seasons, UC has seen 23 school records fall in the sprint and multi events. Wineberg has coached 64 All Big East Performers, 25 Regional/NCAA First Round Qualifiers, 16 Big East - Top 3 Finishers, 6 Big East Champions, 4 NCAA Finals Qualifiers, 2 Big East Athlete’s of the Meet and 1 All American. Most notably, Wineberg coached Antione Drakeford, who broke the UC school record in the 400 meters with a time of 45.83 and eventually went on to earn All-American honors in the 400 meters at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Additionally, Wineberg coached Jasmine Cotten as she went on to shatter the indoor pentathlon record at the BIG EAST Championships with a score of 4,073 en route to being named the meet’s Most Outstanding Field Performer. Cotten went on to place 14th at the NCAA Indoor Championships in the pentathlon and later finished 18th at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the heptathlon. Wineberg also coaches his wife, Mary Wineberg, as she continues her professional career in the 400m after winning Olympic Gold in 2008 as a member of the USA 4x400m relay team. Mary has been ranked as high as 8th in the World in the 400m dash. The 2011 season was an exceptional one for Wineberg and the Lady Bearcat Sprint group. The Lady Bearcat sprinters set school records in the indoor 60m dash, the indoor 200m dash, the indoor 4x400m relay, the outdoor 100m dash, the outdoor 4x100m relay, and outdoor 4x400m relay. They posted NCAA qualifiers in every outdoor sprint event and the 4x400m relay team of Portis, Arnold, Klump, and Rhodes brought home the first Conference relay title in program history winning the event at The 2011 Outdoor Big East Championships.

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men’s roster name

Nathan Alexander Brian Barney Evan Baum Demitri Beal Chase Beckmann DeVonne Bingham Ethan Bokeno Oliver Book Marquis Brookins Bryan Cain Anthony Car Cody Curry Josh Dangel Daniel Daugherty Robert Diehl Kyle Donthnier Kevin Fink Jacob Franklin Darnell Gilbert Christopher Greene Jordan Hardiman Jarrod Hart Eric Hauser Jeyson Jones Nathan Jones Ryan Jorgenson Kevin Konkoly Nick Kowaleski Andrew Kraus Kyle Kubera Bryan Maldinger Dailyn Moore Maurice Norman Michael Nwankwo Josh Province Dillon Risser Colt Robinson Tyler Ross Greg Sanders Tariq Sanders Ian Silver Tevin-Lloyd Thompson Macklin Tudor Chance Whitehurst Ben Wollenslegel

event class hometown/high schoool/last college

Pole Vault Mid-Distance Distance Sprints Distance Jumps Mid-Distance Distance Jumps Hurdles Mid-Distance Pole Vault Pole Vault Hurdles Mid-Distance Multi-Events Distance Distance Sprints Jumps Jumps Mid-Distance Distance Sprints Sprints Mid-Distance Mid-Distance Sprints Multi-Events Multi-Events Sprints Hurdles Mid-Distance Jumps Throws Pole Vault Pole Vault Distance Distance Jumps Distance Sprints Throws Jumps Jumps

SO JR SR JR SR FR SO SR SR JR FR JR RS SR SO FR JR JR JR RS SR SO FR FR JR SO FR SR FR JR FR RS SR SO SR SR JR JR JR JR JR JR JR SO FR SO FR FR

Tiffin, Ohio/Old Fort South Holland, Ill./Seton Academy Shaker Heights, Ohio/St. Ingatius Miami, Fla./Chaminade Madonna College Prep Blacklick, Ohio/Gahanna Lincoln Cincinnati, Ohio/Lakota West Fairfield, Ohio/LaSalle Starlight, Ind./Our Lady of Providence Cincinnati, Ohio/Finneytown Middletown, Ohio/Chaminade-Julienne Willowick, Ohio/Eastlake North Lindsey, Ohio/Woodmore Cincinnati, Ohio/LaSalle Antioch, Tenn./McGavock Cincinnati, Ohio/Mason Williamsburg, Ohio/Williamsburg Tipp City, Ohio/Tippecanoe Seattle, Wash./Garfield Cincinnati, Ohio/Princeton Ponte Vedra, Fla./Ponte Vedra Kearneysville, W.V./Jefferson Hillsboro, Ohio/Hillsboro Mason, Ohio/Mason Brooklyn, N.Y./Valley Stream Boardman, Ohio/Boardman Roselle, Ill./Lake Park Cincinnati, Ohio/Oak HIlls Lockbourne, Ohio/Grove City/Valparaiso Fairfield, Ohio/Moeller Broadview Heights, Ohio/St. Ignatius Ashland, Ohio/Crestview Sandusky, Ohio/Sandusky/Clemson University Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods Xenia, Ohio/Carroll Willowick, Ohio/Eastlake North Lima, Ohio/Lima Shawnee Lawrenceburg, Ind./East Central Powell, Ohio/Olentangy Liberty Cincinnati, Ohio/St. Xavier Cincinnati, Ohio/Lockland New Carlisle, Ind./New Prairie Harbourview, Jamaica/Kingston College Mount Orab, Ohio/Western Brown/Tiffin University Portland, Ore./Grant Clyde, Ohio/Clyde

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bearcats by the numbers class

Seniors - 10 Juniors - 16 Sophomores - 8 Freshmen - 11

event

Sprints - 7 Mid-Distance - 8 Distance - 9 Hurdles - 3 Jumps - 8 Pole vault - 5 Throws - 2 Multi-events - 3

state/country Ohio - 32 Indiana - 3 Florida - 2 Illinois - 2 New York - 1 Oregon - 1 Tennessee - 1 Washington - 1 West Virginia - 1 Jamaica - 1

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seniors

evan baum

senior // distance shaker heights, ohio // st. ingatius

chase beckman

oliver book

senior // distance balcklick, ohio // gahanna lincoln

senior // distance starlight, ind. // our lady of providence

marquis brookins

senior // jumps cincinnati, ohio // finneytown

josh dangel

darnell gilbert

R-senior // Pole vault cincinnati, ohio // lasalle

R-senior // sprints cincinnati, ohio // princeton

dailyn moore

maurice norman

senior // hurdles sandusky, ohio // sandusky

Ryan Jorgenson

senior // Mid-Distance Roselle, Ill.//Lake Park

kyle kubera

r-senior // multi-events browview heights, ohio // st. ignatius

senior // mid-distance cincinnati, ohio // winton woods

juniors

brian barney

junior // mid-distance south holland, ill. // seton academy

demitri beal

bryan cain

junior // sprints miami, fla. // chaminade madonna

junior // hurdles middletown, ohio // chaminade-julienne

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cody curry

junior // Pole vault lindsey, ohio // woodmore

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juniors (cont.)

kyle donthnier

kevin fink

jacob franklin

eric hauser

junior // multi-events williamsburg, ohio // williamsburg

junior // distance tipp city, ohio // tippecanoe

junior // distance seattle, wash. // garfield

junior // distance mason, ohio // mason

nick kowaleski

michael nwankwo

josh province

dillon risser

junior // sprints lockbourne, ohio // grove city

colt robinson

junior // pole vault lawrenceburg, ind. // east central

junior // jumps xenia, ohio // carroll

junior // throws willowick, ohio // eastlake north

junior // Pole vault lima, ohio // lima shawnee

tyler ross

greg sanders

tariq sanders

junior // distance powell, ohio // olentandy liberty

junior // distance cincinnati, ohio // st. xavier

junior // jumps cincinnati, ohio // lockland

ethan bokeno

daniel daugherty

christopher greene

sophomores

nathan alexander sophomore // pole vault tiffin, ohio // old fort

sophmore // mid-distance fairfield, ohio // lasalle

sophomore // hurdles antioch, tenn. // mcgavock

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sophomore // jumps ponte verde, fla. // ponte verde

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sophomores (cont.)

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Jeyson jones

sophomore // sprints brooklyn, n.y. // valley stream

bryan maldinger

ian silver

sophomore // sprints ashland, ohio // crestview

sophomore // distance new carlisle, ind. // new prairie

macklin tudor

sophomore // throws mount orab, ohio // western brown

freshmen

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devonne bingham

freshman // throws cincinnati, ohio // lakota west

jarrod hart

anthony car

robert diehl

freshman // mid-distance willowick, ohio // eastlake north

freshman // mid-distance cincinnati, ohio // mason

nathan jones

kevin konkoly

freshman // mid-distance hillsboro, ohio // hillsboro

freshman // sprints boardman, ohio // boardman

freshman // mid-distance cincinnati, ohio // oak hills

tevin-lloyd thompson

Chance Whitehurst

ben wollenslegel

freshman // sprints

harbourview, jamaica // kingston college

freshman // jumps portland, ore. // grant

freshman // jumps clyde, ohio // clyde

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jordan hardiman

freshman // jumps kearneysville, w. Va. // jefferson

andrew kraus

freshman // multi-events fairfield, ohio // moeller

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men’s Individual conference champions Missouri valley conference year name season event 1958 William Roth Outdoors High jump 1963 Al Nelson Outdoors 100m Al Nelson Outdoors 200m Carl Burgess Outdoors High jump 1964 Bob Howell Outdoors 100m Bob Howell Outdoors 200m Carl Burgess Outdoors 110m hurdles Carl Burgess Outdoors Long jump Carl Burgess Outdoors High jump 4x100m Outdoors --1966 Cornelius Lindsey Outdoors High jump 1967 Jim Calloway Outdoors 800m 1968 Cornelius Lindsey Indoors High jump Jim Calloway Outdoors 800m Cornelius Lindsey Outdoors 110m hurdles Cornelius Lindsey Outdoors High jump 1969 Chuck Roberts Indoors 600m Jim Calloway Outdoors 800m 1970 Ron Stapleton Outdoors 5000m Al Lanier Outdoors Long jump 1976 Mike Shields Cross --1977 Bernie Weber Cross -- Bernie Weber Outdoors 3000m SC 1978 Bernie Weber Outdoors 3000m SC metro athletic conference 1980 Wayne Mason Outdoors 110m hurdles 1982 Greg Weber Outdoors Shot put Greg Weber Outdoors Discus 1983 Greg Weber Indoors Shot put Rodney Johnson Outdoors 100m Rodney Johnson Outdoors 200m Jeff Johnson Outdoors 1500m Rodney Johnson Outdoots High jump Greg Weber Outdoors Shot put Greg Weber Outdoors Discus 1984 Doug Wiesman Outdoors 800m Greg Weber Outdoors Discus 1985 Scott Jones Outdoors 3000m SC Chris Bean Outdoors Long jump Rodney Johnson Outdoors High jump 4x400m Outdoors --1986 Chris Bean Outdoors Long jump 1987 Robert Pittman Indoors 55m hurdles Chris Bean Indoors Long jump Robert Pittman Outdoors 110m hurdles 4x400m Outdoors --1988 Bill Riffle Outdoors Pole vault Richard Hurst Outdoors Hammer 1989 Bill Riffle Outdoors Pole vault Richard Hurst Outdoors Discus Richard Hurst Outdoors Hammer 1990 Richard Hurst Outdoors Discus Richard Hurst Outdoors Hammer Jason Shaffer Outdoors Decathlon 1991 Richard Hurst Outdoors Hammer

Chris Kratsas

Outdoors

Javelin

Great Midwest Conference 1992 Mark Gerstner Cross -- Alonzo Hatchette Indoors 800m Chad Disbennett Indoors 5000m Drew Hardyk Indoors Long jump Chris Kratsas Indoors High jump Jeremy Smith Indoors Pole vault Scott Ference Indoors Shot put Scott Ference Indoors Weight throw 4x400m Indoors -- Chris Watkins Outdoors Long jump Ron Quercioli Outdoors High jump Eric Lander Outdoors Pole vault Scott Ference Outdoors Shot put Scott Ference Outdoors Discus Scott Ference Outdoors Hammer Chris Kratsas Outdoors Javelin Chris Kratsas Outdoors Decathlon 4x100m Outdoors --1993 Mark Rupe Cross -- Eric Walker Indoors 800m Mark Gerstner Indoors Mile Rob Quercioli Indoors High jump Mike Albrinck Indoors Pole vault Scott Ference Indoors Shot put Scott Ference Indoors Weight throw 4x800m Indoors -- Chris Watkins Outdoors 100m Chris Watkins Outdoors 200m Darryl Draper Outdoors 400m hurdles Chad Disbennett Outdoors 3000m SC Chris Watkins Outdoors Long jump Jeremy Smith Outdoors Pole vault Scott Ference Outdoors Discus Scott Ference Outdoors Hammer Jeremy Smith Outdoors Decathlon 4x100m Outdoors --1994 Chris Watkins Indoors 200m James Scott Indoors 55m hurdles Chris Watkins Indoors Long jump Ron Quercioli Indoors High jump Elmer Brewer Indoors Pole vault Distance medley Indoors -- Mike Davis Outdoors 100m Chris Watkins Outdoors 200m Mark Rupe Outdoors 5000m Adam Manning Outdoors 400m hurdles Chad Disbennett Outdoors 3000m SC Chris Watkins Outdoors Long jump Ron Quercioli Outdoors High jump Mike Albrinck Outdoors Pole vault Scott Ference Outdoors Discus Scott Ference Outdoors Hammer Chris Kratsas Outdoors Javelin Chris Kratsas Outdoors Decathlon 4x100m Outdoors ---

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4x400m 1995 Chad Disbennett Chris Watkins Lance Beck Chris Watkins Matt Botos 4x400m Adam Manning Matt Botos Aaron Archer Aaron Archer

Outdoors --Cross (C-USA) --Indoors 55m Indoors 800m Indoors Long jump Indoors Pole vault Indoors --Outdoors 400m hurdles Outdoors Pole vault Outdoors Javelin Outdoors Decathlon

Conference USA 1996 Jeremy Bucher Cross -- Jason Unger Indoors Long jump Distance medley Indoors -- Chad Disbennett Outdoors 5000m Ben Novak Outdoors Pole vault David Yimsumruay Outdoors Decathlon 1997 Jeremy Bucher Indoors 3000m Tim Berwanger Indoors Weight throw Jeremy Bucher Outdoors 5000m Adam Manning Outdoors 400m hurdles Jeremy Bucher Outdoors 3000m SC David Yimsumruay Outdoors Decathlon 1998 Mike Seymour Indoors 5000m Jeremy Bucher Outdoors 3000m SC 1999 Greg Schumacher Outdoors 110m hurdles Mike Yoder Outdoors Decathlon 2000 Jamie Lewis Outdoors Pole vault 2001 Brandon Hon Outdoors 400m hurdles 2002 David Payne Outdoors 110m hurdles Chris Smith Outdoors Pole vault Chris Wineberg Outdoors Decathlon 2004 David Payne Outdoors 110m hurdles David Payne Outdoors 400m hurdles Chris Wineberg Outdoors Decathlon 2005 Steve Kahle Outdoors Shot put Ben Haber Outdoors Decathlon big east conference 2006 John Bowie Outdoors 100m 4x100m Outdoors --2008 Antoine Drakeford Outdoors 400m Brandon Fitch Outdoors High jump 4x100m Outdoors --2009 4x100m Outdoors --2010 Antoine Drakeford Outdoors 400m Brian Zimmerman Outdoors Javelin 2011 Eric Finan Cross -- Eric Finan Outdoors 5000m Terrence Somerville Outdoors 110m hurdles 2012 Brian Zimmerman Outdoors Javelin 2013 Terrence Somerville Outdoors 110m hurdles Josh Dangel Outdoors Pole vault AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 2014 Darnell Gilbert Indoors

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men’s NCAA qualifiers and all-americans year name season event Finish 1964 Carl Burgess Outdoors Long jump 6th 1967 Jim Calloway Indoors 880y Chick Roberts Indoors 880y Cornelius Lindsey Indoors High jump 1968 Jim Calloway Indoors 880y Chick Roberts Indoors 880y Cornelius Lindsey Indoors High jump 1970 Al Lanier Outdoors Long jump 13th Al Lanier Outdoors Triple jump 6th 1971 Ron Stapleton Cross --- 23rd (AA) Al Lanier Indoors Long jump Al Lanier Indoors Triple jump 1972 Ron Stapleton Cross --- 149th Ron Stapleton Indoors Mile Tom Mosley Indoors 60y hurdles Al Lanier Indoors Triple jump 3rd (AA) Ron Stapleton Outdoors 5,000m Jim Stanley Outdoors 10,000m Al Lanier Outdoors Long jump Al Lanier Outdoors Triple jump 3rd (AA) 1973 Ron Stapleton Indoors Mile Al Lanier Indoors Long jump Al Lanier Indoors Triple jump 2nd (AA) Ron Stapleton Outdoors Three mile Jim Stanley Outdoors Six mile 4th (AA) Al Lanier Outdoors Long jump 2nd (AA) Al Lanier Outdoors Triple jump 6th (AA) 1974 Jim Schnur Outdoots 400m Jim Stanley Outdoors Six mile 1975 Jim Schnur Outdoors 440y Barry Pajcic Indoors 880y 1976 Jim Schnur Outdoors Decathlon 8th 1977 Jim Schnur Indoors 440y Wayne Mason Indoors 60y hurdles Wayne Mason Outdoors 120y hurdles

1978 1979 1980 1983 1986 1987 1993 1994 1996 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Jim Schnur Jim Schnur Wayne Mason Jim Schnur Wayne Mason Bernie Weber Wayne Mason Bernie Weber Rodney Johnson Chris Bean Lewis Johnson Mark Rupe Chad Disbennett Mike Albrinck Chad Disbennett Chris Reis Chris Reis Chris Reis David Payne Kenny Wade David Payne Chris Wineberg Ben Haber Jimmy Mount Chandler Groves Brandon Fitch Antoine Drakeford Eric Finan Brian Zimmerman Eric Finan Eric Finan Terrence Somerville Terrence Somerville Terrence Somerville Josh Dangel

Terrence Somerville

Al Lanier

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Outdoors Indoors Indoors Outdoors Indoors Outdoors Outdoors Outdoors Outdoors Indoors Outdoors Cross Outdoors Outdoors Outdoors Cross Cross Cross Outdoors Outdoors Outdoors Outdoors Outdoors Outdoors Outdoors Outdoors Outdoors Cross Outdoors Cross Outdoors Outdoors Indoors Outdoors Outdoors

Decathlon 440y 60y hurdles Decathlon 60m hurdles 3,000m steeple 110m hurdles 3rd (AA) 3,000m steeple High jump Long jump 13th 800m 8th (AA) --- 66th 3,000m steeple 7th (AA) Pole vault 3,000m steeple 16th --- 136th --- 118th --- 134th 110m hurdles 3rd (AA) 200m t20th 110m hurdles 6th (AA) Decathlon 8th (AA) Decathlon 17th Decathlon 18th Long jump DQ High jump NH 400m 12th (AA) --- 60th Javelin 19th --- 25th (AA) 5,000m 10th (AA) 110m hurdles 8th (AA) 60m hurdles 14th (AA) 110m hurdles 9th (AA) Pole vault t7th (AA)

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men’s indoor school records 55-meter dash Darryl Swann 60-meter dash Kenny Wade 200-meter dash Kenny Wade 300-meter dash Chuck Kiser hf 400-meter dash Antione Drakeford 500-meter run Lewis Johnson f 600-meter run Quentin Respress f 800-meter run Alonzo Hatchette hf 1000-meter run Lewis Johnson 1500-meter run Jeff Johnson f Mile run Jeff Johnson hfu 3000-meter run Eric Finan Two-mile run Bernie Weber f Three-mile run Bernie Weber hf 5000-meter run Eric Finan 55-meter hurdles Wayne Mason 60-meter hurdles David Payne 300-meter hurdles Jared Martin f Long jump Al Lanier Triple jump Al Lanier High jump Brandon Fitch Pole vault Chris Smith Shot put Troy Cooper 35-lb weight throw Ian Jarman Pentathlon Ben Haber Heptathlon Chris Wineberg 4x400-meter relay Schnur/C. Holland f Payne/K. Holland 4x800-meter relay Berner/Graves f Starkey/Richards Distance medley Camfield/Thomas f Kist/Bruening

6.30 6.78 21.07 34.31 46.59 1:02.68 1:19.34 1:49.84 2:22.64 3:48.87 4:04.14 7:59.02 8:56.63 14:00.34 14:17.07 7.34 7.62 38.15 26’ 3.5” 52’ 5.5” 7’ 0.5” 17’ 9” 56’ 8” 63’ 6” 3739 5616 3:13.24

1985 2005 2004 1986 2009 1987 1992 1990 1987 1984 1984 2011 1980 1980 2011 1979 2005 2007 1973 1972 2008 2005 2011 2008 2005 2004 1976

David Payne

indoor yard school records

7:41.25 2004

55-yard dash 300-yard dash 600-yard run 1000-yard run 55-yard hurdles

9:55.02 1998

h = converted from hand time to fully-automated time y = converted yards to meters f = converted from flat track to banked/oversized

Al Nelson Chuck Kiser f Chuck Roberts hf Lewis Johnson f Wayne Mason

5.7 30.58 1:10.24 2:09.16 7.34

1964 1986 1968 1987 1979

men’s all-time top 10 indoor performances 55-meter dash 1. Darryl Swann 2. Myron Bacon 3. Chris Watkins Mike Davis h Rodney Johnson h 6. Garry Cutright 7. Shawn Freeman 8. David Payne 9. Jim Chestnut 10. Antwaion Robinson

6.30 6.32 6.34 6.34 6.34 6.36 6.38 6.38 6.40 6.42

1985 1993 1995 1994 1983 2003 1999 2004 1979 1998

60-METER DASH 1. Kenny Wade 2. Dayo Igeleke 3. Darryl Swann 4. Antione Drakeford 5. David Payne 6. Muhammad Saafir

6.78 6.84 6.85 6.87 6.89 6.90

2005 2009 1987 2009 2005 2003

7. 8.

John Bowie Antwaion Robinson Cedric Powell Marquis Brookins

200-METER DASH 1. Kenny Wade 2. Chris Watkins f 3. Muhammad Saafir 4. Cedric Powell f 5. Justin Conway Bob Kandell f 7. Antione Drakeford 8. Darryl Swann f Darnell Gilbert 9. Mike Childs f Lonnie Irving

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6.91 6.94 6.94 6.94

2006 1998 2007 2013

21.07 21.41 21.54 21.62 21.71 21.71 21.75 21.89 21.89 21.90 21.90

2004 1994 2004 2007 2005 2007 2009 1988 2014 1998 2006

300-METER DASH 1. Chuck Kiser 2. Rodney Johnson 3. Darnell Gilbert 4. Maurice Norman 5. Darryl Swann 6. Lonnie Irving 7. Kevin Konkoly 8. Reggie McDaniel 9. Chris Wineberg 10. Byron Hill

hf f f f f f f hf f hf

34.31 34.66 34.69 34.77 35.06 35.18 35.27 35.34 35.44 36.11

1986 1984 2014 2014 1984 2006 2014 1982 2004 1983

400-METER DASH 1. Antione Drakeford 2. Jim Schnur hyf 3. Jeff Walker hyf 4. Maurice Norman 5. Bob Kandell 6. Darnell Gilbert

46.59 47.04 47.14 47.43 47.86 48.03

2009 1977 1979 2012 2007 2014

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men’s all-time top 10 indoor performances 7. Rich Oakes f 8. Steve Davis hyf 9. Brandon Hon f 10. Lonnie Irving

48.30 48.34 48.61 48.63

1994 1977 2002 2006

500-METER RUN 1. Lewis Johnson 2. Reggie McDaniel 3. Byron Hill 4. Steve Davis 5. Mike Vorherr 6. Will Tolliver Robert Pittman Roger Elliott 9. Mark Hair 10. Steve Alexander

f f hf hf hf f f f f f

1:02.68 1:02.89 1:03.99 1:04.29 1:04.99 1:05.34 1:05.34 1:05.34 1:05.99 1:06.17

1987 1984 1986 1975 1978 1984 1987 1987 1982 1992

600-METER RUN 1. Quentin Respress f 2. Alonzo Hatchette hf 3. Ryan Wynn f 4. Joe Colon f 5. Pat Starkey 6. Jon McClelland 7. Kasey Kist f 8. Maurice Norman 9. Shane Heikenfeld f 10. Okpara O-Newsum f

1:19.34 1:20.14 1:20.74 1:20.91 1:21.01 1:21.21 1:21.26 1:21.49 1:21.71 1:21.96

1992 1990 2013 1990 2005 2010 1998 2010 2000 1997

800-METER RUN 1. Alonzo Hatchette hf 2. Kasey Kist f 3. Doug Wiesman f 4. Barry Pajcic hyf 5. Matt Daggy f 6. Michael Rutherford 7. Jake Richards 8. Karl Kimbrough yf 9. Claude Holland yf 10. Alex Ramsey

1:49.84 1:50.44 1:51.25 1:51.54 1:52.13 1:52.14 1:52.16 1:52.22 1:52.80 1:52.89

1990 1998 1985 1975 1998 2009 2005 1978 1978 2006

1000-METER RUN 1. Lewis Johnson hf 2. Jeff Johnson hf 3. Mark Gerstner f 4. Eric Walker f 5. Alex Ramsey 6. Mike Borellis f 7. Brian Hatch f 8. Gary Valentine hf Dwight Drefs hf 10. Doug Wiesman hf

2:22.64 2:26.14 2:28.73 2:29.17 2:29.19 2:29.96 2:30.46 2:30.54 2:30.54 2:30.74

1987 1983 1992 1992 2006 1987 1986 1984 1990 1984

1500-METER RUN 1. Jeff Johnson 2. Chris Gilbert 3. Dwight Drefs

3:48.87 1984 3:55.44 1981 4:00.11 1988

f hf f

4. Brian Hatch 5. Pete Brawn 6. Bret Norton 7. Tom Thompson 8. Wayne Shell 9. David Wahoff 10. Bob Andy

hf hf hf hf hf hf f

4:00.24 4:02.14 4:02.84 4:02.94 4:04.14 4:07.54 4:09.83

1986 2001 1986 1985 1982 1987 1993

MILE RUN 1. Jeff Johnson hf 2. Eric Finan 3. Mike Bruening f 4. Ron Stapleton hf 5. Bill Beatty hf 6. Dan McCrone hf Dwight Drefs hf 8. Mike Shields hf 9. Chris Gilbert f 10. Michael Rutherford

4:04.14 4:04.94 4:07.06 4:07.14 4:09.54 4:10.34 4:10.34 4:10.54 4:11.54 4:11.78

1984 2011 1998 1972 1969 1973 1990 1976 1980 2010

3000-METER RUN 1. Eric Finan 2. Jeremy Bucher f 3. Brian Hatch f 4. Evan Baum 5. Jeff Johnson hf 6. Chris Camfield f 7. Chad Disbennett f 8. Oliver Book 9. Mike Seymour f 10. Colin Cotton f

7:59.02 8:19.00 8:19.86 8:23.22 8:25.64 8:25.73 8:25.79 8:26.24 8:26.52 8:28.70

2011 1998 1988 2014 1984 2000 1994 2011 1998 2013

TWO-MILE RUN 1. Bernie Weber 2. Jim Stanley 3. Dan McCrone 4. Jeff Johnson 5. Ron Stapleton 6. Scott Jones 7. John Wiehe 8. Tom Zimmerly 9. Grant Stanley 10. Joe Gerrety

8:56.63 9:01.04 9:02.54 9:03.24 9:08.74 9:11.50 9:22.94 9:25.64 9:28.74 9:29.04

1980 1972 1973 1984 1973 1985 1983 1985 1989 1982

f hf hf hf hf f hf hf hf hf

5000-METER RUN 1. Eric Finan 2. Chris Reis 3. Mike Seymour h 4. Jeremy Bucher f 5. Bernie Weber hf 6. Kevin Fink 7. Chase Beckman 8. Kevin McGurk f 9. Colin Cotton 10. Eric Heins f 55-METER HURDLES

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14:17.07 2011 14:26.42 2003 14:35.79 1998 14:39.11 1998 14:41.34 1979 14:43.36 2014 14:47.44 2014 14:48.04 1996 14:55.22 2013 15:01.06 1999

1. Wayne Mason 2. David Payne 3. Byron Hill 4. Terry Strong 5. Robert Pittman h Chris Bean h 7. Brandon Hon 8. David Ilg Greg Schumacher 10. James Scott

7.34 7.38 7.49 7.53 7.54 7.54 7.56 7.57 7.57 7.58

1979 2004 1986 1988 1987 1986 2002 1998 1998 1994

60-METER HURDLES 1. David Payne 2. Terrence Somerville 3. Bryan Cain 4. Dailyn Moore 5. Brandon Hon 6. Robert Pittman 7. Mike Yoder 8. Dom Davolio 9. Mario Cannon 10. Ben Haber

7.62 7.63 7.95 8.01 8.09 8.11 8.23 8.24 8.25 8.32

2005 2011 2014 2014 2002 1987 2001 2009 2012 2005

LONG JUMP 1. Al Lanier 2. Chris Bean 3. Chris Watkins 4. Drew Hardyk 5. Jason Unger Marquis Brookins 7. David Lawrence 8. Myron Bacon 9. Chris Wineberg Tariq Sanders

26’ 3.5” 1973 25’ 6.75” 1986 25’ 3.25” 1992 25’ 0.5” 1992 24’ 0.75” 1996 24’ 0.75” 2013 23’ 10.75” 1985 23’ 9.5” 1993 23’ 9” 2004 23’ 9” 2013

TRIPLE JUMP 1. Al Lanier 2. Michael Nwankwo 3. Chris Bean 4. Tyre Johnson Tariq Sanders 6. Damon Kurtz 7. Eric Mumford 8. Chris Greene 9. Steve Wilkes 10. Mike Weisenborn

52’ 5.5” 1972 50’ 0.25” 2014 49’ 3.5” 1987 47’ 10.5” 2003 47’ 10.5” 2013 47’ 9” 1989 47’ 6” 1971 47’ 4.25” 2014 46’ 3” 1986 45’ 9.5” 1969

HIGH JUMP 1. Brandon Fitch 2. Damon Kurtz 3. Rodney Johnson Bill Bruns Chris Kratsas Jared Burkholder 7. Chris Bean Ron Quercioli Ryan Beltz

7’ 0.5” 2008 7’ 0.25” 1988,89 7’ 0” 1982 7’ 0” 1983 7’ 0” 1990 7’ 0” 2000 6’ 10.75” 1986 6’ 10.75” 1996 6’ 10.75” 2008

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men’s all-time top 10 indoor performances 10. Cornelius Lindsay

6’ 10”

1967

POLE VAULT 1. Chris Smith 2. Josh Dangel 3. Mike Albrinck 4. Matt Botos Dan Albrinck 6. Shane Shockey 7. Chris Wineberg 8. Chad Beamer Ben Haber 10. Ben Novak

17’ 9” 2005 17’ 8.5” 2014 17’ 4.75” 1993 16’ 8.75” 1995 16’ 8.75” 2005 16’ 8” 2009 16’ 6.75” 2002 16’ 4.75” 2004 16’ 4.75” 2005 16’ 2.75” 1999

SHOT PUT 1. Troy Cooper 2. Macklin Tudor 3. Greg Weber 4. John Thornton 5. Chris Littleton 6. John Caplinger 7. Steve Kahle 8. Mike Zwick 9. Ryan Flynn 10. Kyle Borton

56’ 8” 2011 56’ 7.25” 2014 56’ 4” 1983 54’ 10.5” 1989 54’ 6.75” 2012 54’ 2.75” 2004 53’ 11.75” 2004 53’ 2.5” 1990 52’ 3.75” 2007 52’ 0.75” 2009

35-LB WEIGHT THROW 1, Ian Jarman 2. Richard Hurst 3. Tim Berwanger 4. Mike Zwick 5. Mike Hott 6. Scott Ference 7. Chad Hanson 8. Greg Campbell 9. Aaron Jones 10. Josh Province

63’ 6” 2008 61’ 0.5” 1991 55’ 10.5” 1997 55’ 10” 1990 55’ 7” 2003 55’ 0.25” 1992 54’ 11.5” 2009 54’ 2.5” 1991 53’ 7.5” 1997 53’ 7” 2014

PENTATHLON 1. Ben Haber 2. Chris Wineberg 3. Kyle Kubera 4. Adam Smith 5. Caleb Arthur 6. Todd Douglas 7. Jimmy Mount 8. Keller Schnier 9. Patrick Dunn 10. Marc Mitalski

3739 3647 3490 3447 3371 3257 3177 3047 3043 2968

2005 2001 2014 1999 2007 1999 2003 2007 2005 2002

HEPTATHLON 1. Chris Wineberg 2. Ben Haber 3. Jimmy Mount 4. Kyle Kubera 5. Caleb Arthur 6. Keller Schnier

5616 5453 5376 4868 4643 4507

2004 2005 2005 2014 2007 2008

7. Matt Bova 8. Chris Fisbeck 9. Brandon Smith 10. Patrick Dunn

4448 4221 4178 4177

2013 2013 2010 2005

4x400-METER RELAY 1. Schnur/C. Holland hyf 3:13.24 1976 Payne/K. Holland 2. C. Holland/Butler hyf 3:13.44 1977 Lewis/Davis 3. Mason/Payne hyf 3:13.74 1979 Walker/Davis 4. Mason/Payne Walker/Davis hyf 3:13.94 1979 5. Schnur/K. Holland hyf 3:14.14 1977 Lewis/Davis 6. McCorkle/Hatchette f 3:14.18 1989 Reed/Elliott 7. Elliott/Brazzile f 3:14.67 1987 Pittman/L. Johnson 8. Mason/Schnur hyf 3:15.04 1978 C. Holland/Davis 9. Thomas/Ault f 3:15.19 1998 Manning/Kist 10. Schnur/C. Holland hyf 3:15.24 1977 Lewis/Davis 4x800-METER RELAY 1. Berner/Graves f 7:41.25 2004 Starkey/Richards 2. Webb/Richards 7:43.53 2007 Starkey/Ramsey 3. Slusser/Ellis hyf 7:44.04 1968 Byrd/Calloway 4. Nickel/Andy f 7:44.59 1993 Gerstner/Walker 5. Walker/Andy f 7:44.72 1992 Respress/Gerstner 6. Waters/Garter f 7:44.81 1987 Borellis/L. Johnson Valentine/Shell hyf 7:47.81 1982 Dudley/J. Johnson 8. Miles/Respress f 7:45.37 1990 Gerstner/Hatchette 9. Shulman/Calloway hyf 7:45.44 1969 Slusser/Ellis Rehfus/Shields hyf 7:45.44 1976 C. Holland/Pajcic DISTANCE MEDLEY 1. Camfield/Thomas Kist/Bruening 2. Bruening/Ault Daggy/Bucher 3. C. Holland/Vorherr Cull/Shields 4. Bruening/Unger

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f

9:55.02 1998

f

9:59.30 1998

hyf 10:03.94 1977 f

10:07.27 1996

Daggy/Disbennett 5. Heikenfeld/Oakes f Carroll/Disbennett 6. Book/VanCura Neyer/Finan 7. Daggy/Manning f Kist/Bruening 8. Daggy/Farlow f Heikenfeld/Sievering 9. Camfield/Kist f Bruening/Seymour 10. Baum/Alexander Bokeno/Car

10:08.65 1994 10:10.51 2011 10:10.90 1998 10:11.76 1997 10:11.93 1998 10:13.39 2014

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men’s outdoor school records 100-meter dash Garry Cutright 200-meter dash Kenny Wade 400-meter dash Antione Drakeford 800-meter run Lewis Johnson 1500-meter run Jeff Johnson Mile run Ron Stapleton Two-mile run Dan McCrone Three-mile run Ron Stapleton 5000-meter run Eric Finan Six-mile run Jim Stanley 10,000-meter run Eric Finan 110-meter hurdles Terrence Somerville 400-meter hurdles David Payne 3000-meter steeple Chad Disbennett Long jump Al Lanier Triple jump Al Lanier High jump Rodney Johnson Pole vault Mike Albrinck Shot put Troy Cooper Discus Greg Weber Hammer Ian Jarman Javelin Brian Zimmerman Decathlon Chris Wineberg 4x100-meter relay Conway/Powell Kandell/Bowie 4x200-meter relay Conway/Saafir Batt/Wade 4x400-meter relay Freet/Norman VanCura/Drakeford 4x800-meter relay Mock/Udovic hy Roberts/Calloway 4x1500-meter relay Garvin/Mayhaus Neumann/Bair 4x1600-meter relay Kist/Vega Camfield/Bruening Sprint medley Swann/Trimble Elliott/Johnson Distance medley Wiesman/Tolliver h Valentine/Johnson Shuttle hurdles Hon/Payne Cutright/Ramstetter

Rodney Johnson

outdoor yard school records 100-yard dash 120-yard hurdles 220-yard hurdles 300-yard hurdles

Nate Dean Wayne Mason John Erwin Carl Burgess Carl Burgess

9.4 13.7 25.0 25.0 38.4

1976 1977 1941 1962 1964

10.36 20.87 45.83 1:47.00 3:44.93 4:04.1 9:19.1 13:45.4 13:44.91 28:27.6 29:37.29 13.37 51.16 8:50.26 26’ 4.5” 53’ 6.5” 7’ 3” 17’ 9.75” 57’ 9” 180’ 10” 203’ 0” 227” 10” 7584 40.08

2002 2004 2009 1987 1983 1972 1970 1972 2011 1974 2011 2013 2004 1996 1973 1973 1983 1994 2009 1983 2008 2010 2004 2006

1:25.06 2004 3:08.68 2010 7:28.54 1969 16:00.58 2004 17:08.30 1998 3:16.44 1987 9:44.84 1984 57.23 2002

men’s all-time top 10 OUTdoor performances 100-METER DASH 1. Garry Cutright 2. Kenny Wade 3. Rodney Johnson h 4. John Bowie 5. Darryl Swann Antione Drakeford 7. Dayo Igeleke 8. Antwaion Robinson 9. Mike Davis 10. Muhammad Saafir

10.36 10.39 10.44 10.45 10.46 10.46 10.51 10.55 10.57 10.59

2002 2004 1983 2006 1985 2009 2008 1998 1994 2004

200-METER DASH 1. Kenny Wade 2. Muhammad Saafir 3. Antione Drakeford 4. Bob Howell hy Mike Childs h 6. Dayo Igeleke 7. Nate Dean hy Darryl Swann h Chris Watkins 10. Jeff Walker

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20.87 21.04 21.09 21.14 21.14 21.15 21.24 21.24 21.24 21.27

2004 2003 2009 1964 1999 2007 1977 1988 1993 1979

400-METER DASH 1. Antione Drakeford 2. Jeff Walker 3. Jim Schnur hy 4. Jerod Batt 5. Mike Childs 6. Steve Davis 7. Cedric Powell 8. Bob Kandell 9. Darnell Gilbert 10. Maurice Norman

45.83 46.42 46.44 46.73 46.86 47.03 47.09 47.12 47.52 47.58

2009 1979 1975 2004 1999 1977 2006 2007 2012 2012

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men’s all-time top 10 OUTdoor performances 800-METER RUN 1. Lewis Johnson 2. Doug Wiesman 3. Alonzo Hatchette 4. Jim Calloway hy Chuck Roberts hy 6. Michael Rutherford 7. Karl Kimbrough 8. Kasey Kist 9. Alex Ramsey 10. Pat Starkey

1:47.00 1:48.91 1:49.38 1:49.94 1:49.94 1:50.12 1:50.30 1:50.51 1:50.56 1:50.60

1987 1984 1990 1969 1969 2012 1979 1998 2005 2005

1500-METER RUN 1. Jeff Johnson 2. Chris Gilbert h 3. Mike Bruening 4. Dwight Drefs 5. Eric Finan 6. Michael Rutherford 7. Mike Shields h 8. Kasey Kist 9. Mark Gerstner 10. T.J. Doherty

3:44.93 3:46.74 3:47.64 3:48.26 3:48.55 3:49.19 3:50.34 3:51.32 3:51.46 3:51.74

1983 1979 1998 1989 2010 2011 1978 1999 1992 2002

5000-METER RUN 1. Eric Finan 2. Ron Stapleton 3. Jeff Johnson h 4. Bernie Weber 5. Kevin Fink 6. Jeff Griffiths 7. Chad Disbennett 8. Chris Camfield 9. Colin Cotton 10. Chris Reis

13:44.91 2011 14:23.28 1972 14:24.14 1984 14:25.28 1979 14:35.77 2013 14:35.79 2012 14:37.86 1996 14:38.52 2000 14:38.72 2013 14:41.60 2003

10000-METER RUN 1. Eric Finan 2. Colin Cotton 3. Kevin Fink 4. Tommy Morgan 5. Chris Reis 6. John Dixon 7. Ricky Lupp 8. Kevin McGurk 9. Mike Seymour 10. Mark Rupe

29:37.29 2011 29:50.00 2013 30:17.09 2013 30:20.44 2011 30:28.67 2001 30:28.82 2007 30:35.20 2010 30:38.55 1996 30:47.95 1998 30:55.08 1994

110-METER HURDLES 1. Terrence Somerville 2. David Payne 3. Wayne Mason 4. Greg Schumacher 5. Brandon Hon 6. Dailyn Moore 7. Robert Pittman 8. Byron Hill

13.37 13.42 13.60 13.92 13.96 14.03 14.20 14.23

2013 2004 1980 1999 2001 2013 1987 1984

9. Nate Dean Chris Bean

h h

14.24 14.24

1977 1986

400-METER HURDLES 1. David Payne 2. Robert Pittman 3. Brandon Hon 4. Adam Manning 5. Byron Hill 6. Troy Lammers 7. Todd Heinecke 8. Mark Hair h 9. Eric Colegate 10. Scott Stargel hy

51.16 51.44 51.68 51.87 51.88 52.00 52.16 52.24 52.53 52.84

2004 1985 2001 1998 1985 2007 2001 1983 1999 1970

3000-METER STEEPLECHASE 1. Chad Disbennett 2. Jeremy Bucher 3. Bernie Weber h 4. Kevin Schwarz 5. Chris Gilbert h 6. Rick King 7. Randy King 8. David Barry 9. Scott Jones 10. Bill Keckeis

8:50.26 8:50.36 8:51.24 8:59.62 9:00.04 9:03.45 9:05.50 9:06.74 9:07.39 9:07.54

1996 1998 1979 2007 1981 2010 2009 2011 1984 2008

LONG JUMP 1. Al Lanier 2. James White 3. Chris Bean 4. Chandler Groves 5. Chris Watkins 6. Drew Hardyk 7. Tim Rhein 8. Damon Kurtz Jason Unger 10. Tyre Johnson

26’ 4.5” 1973 25’ 7.5” 2004 25’ 5.5” 1986 25’ 2.5” 2005 25’ 2” 1991 24’ 8.5” 1990 24’ 7.5” 1976 24’ 4.25” 1990 24’ 4.25” 1996 24’ 1.75” 2000

TRIPLE JUMP 1. Al Lanier 2. Chris Bean 3. Michael Nwankwo 4. Eric Mumford 5. Tyre Johnson 6. Tariq Sanders 7. Phil Green 8. Chris Greene 9. Damon Kurtz 10. Phill Joseph

53’ 6.5” 1973 50’ 8” 1986 50’ 4.75” 2013 49’ 6” 1972 48’ 6” 2002 48’ 0.75” 2013 48’ 0” 1979 47’ 3.75” 2013 47’ 2.5” 1991 47’ 0.75” 2004

HIGH JUMP 1. Rodney Johnson 2. Brandon Fitch 3. Jared Burkholder 4. Ron Quercioli 5. Damon Kurtz

7’ 3” 7’ 1” 7’ 0.75” 7’ 0.25” 7’ 0”

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1983 2010 2001 1994 1988

7.

Chris Kratsas Chris Bean Bruce Cutler James White Andrew Smith

7’ 0” 1990 6’ 10.75” 1986 6’ 10.75” 1998 6’ 10.75” 2004 6’ 10.75” 2005

POLE VAULT 1. Mike Albrinck 2. Josh Dangel 3. Chris Smith 4. Shane Shockey 5. Chris Wineberg 6. Ben Novak 7. Matt Botos 8. Bill Riffle Mike Yoder 10. Tommy Marks

17’ 9.75” 1994 17’ 8.25” 2013 17’ 6.5” 2005 17’ 1” 2008 17’ 0.75” 2004 16’ 8.75” 1997 16’ 7.25” 1993 16’ 7” 1988 16’ 7” 2000 16’ 6.75” 2011

SHOT PUT 1. Troy Cooper 2. Greg Weber 3. Chris Littleton 4. Steve Kahle 5. John Caplinger 6. Kyle Borton 7. Jeff Miller 8. Ryan Flynn 9. Tim Berwanger 10. Adam Chambers

57’ 9” 2009 57’ 5” 1983 57’ 2.75” 2010 56’ 3.75” 2005 54’ 10.25” 2003 54’ 5.5” 2009 53’ 6.25” 1997 53’ 2.75” 2008 52’ 9.5” 1997 52’ 2.5” 2008

HAMMER THROW 1. Ian Jarman 2. Richard Hurst 3. Chad Hanson 4. Jake Haseman 5. Mike Hott 6. Scott Ference 7. Josh Province 8. Mike Zwick 9. Aaron Jones 10. Kyle Borton

203’ 0” 200’ 8” 190’ 5” 186’ 7” 182’ 9” 176’ 4” 175’ 9” 173’ 5” 170’ 2” 169’ 7”

2008 1991 2009 2012 2002 1994 2013 1990 1998 2009

DISCUS 1. Greg Weber 2. Chris Littleton 3. Jake Haseman 4. Scott Ference 5. Troy Cooper 6. Richard Hurst 7. Bryan Hardesty 8. Chad Hanson 9. Andy Filisko 10. Mike Mockbee

180’ 10” 179’ 4” 177’ 5” 176’ 6” 170’ 1” 169’ 5” 168’ 4” 163’ 3” 162’ 2” 159’ 9”

1983 2012 2012 1992 2010 1989 2008 2008 1995 2005

JAVELIN 1. Brian Zimmerman 2. Bob Brickweg

227’ 10” 2010 200’ 1” 1967

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200’ 0” 199’ 2” 198’ 0” 197’ 6” 196’ 4” 195’ 10” 194’ 10” 193’ 0” 7584 7374 7226 7219 7147 7114 7104 6965 6583 6559

1974 1994 1976 1998 1984 1989 2003 1934 2004 1978 2004 2005 1997 2000 1994 1975 1994 1999

40.08 2006 40.15 2007 40.35 2000 40.46

2003

40.60 2004 40.66 1999 40.71 2002 40.77 2009 40.81 1993 40.87

2010

1:25.06 2004 1:25.21 2002 1:25.22 2004 1:25.22 2003 1:25.65 2003 1:25.87 2002 1:26.21 2002

Beason/Cutright 8. Dean/Brown y Mason/Davis 9. Unger/Toney Childs/Robinson 10. Dean/Schnur hy Shaw/K. Holland Dean/Schnur hy C. Holland/K. Holland 4x400-METER RELAY 1. Freet/Norman VanCura/Drakeford 2. Hill/Johnson R. Johnson/Pittman 3. Drakeford/Batt Kandell/Irving 4. Colon/Reed Respress/Hatchette 5. Payne/Kandell Irving/Batt 6. Irving/Wineberg Kandell/Wade 7. Irving/Kandell Wineberg/Batt 8. Hartman/Kremer Saafir/Wineberg 9. Drakeford/Kandell Powell/Irving 10. Irving/Drakeford Powell/Kandell 4x800-METER RELAY 1. Mock/Udovic hy Roberts/Calloway 2. Neyer/Wynn Williamson/Rutherford 3. Daggy/Riegelsberger Heikenfeld/Kist 4. Ramsey/Neyer McClelland/Rutherford 5. Valentine/Thompson h Wiesman/Johnson 6. Berner/Graves Starkey/Richards 7. Valentine/Wiesman McFarland/Johnson 8. Hux/Ellis hy Calloway/Roberts Ellis/Byrd hy Calloway/Roberts 10. Ramsey/Starkey Richards/Graves 4x1500-METER RELAY 1. Garvin/Mayhaus Neumann/Bair

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1:26.26 1977 1:26.39 1998 1:26.64 1975 1:26.64 1976

3:08.68 2010 3:09.93 1985 3:10.15 2006 3:10.75 1990 3:10.84 2004 3:11.05 2004 3:11.22 2004 3:11.46 2002 3:11.59 2006 3:11.66 2006

7:28.54 1969 7:30.09 2012 7:30.65 1999 7:31.59 2009 7:32.44 1984 7:33.90 2004 7:34.75 1983 7:35.04 1967 7:35.04 1968 7:36.39 2005

16:00.58 2004

2. Richards/Rathkamp Keckeis/Garvin 3. Bair/Schwarz Garvin/Reis 4x1600-METER RELAY 1. Kist/Vega Camfield/Bruening 2. Bair/Garvin Mayhaus/Neumann 3. Waters/Borellis h Drefs/Hatch 4. McCrone/Stanley hy Benedict/Stapleton 5. Hatch/Robinson hy Thompson/Drefs 6. Hatch/Thompson h Drefs/Norton 7. Riegelsberger/Zak Reis/Camfield 8. Ellis/Udovic hy Calloway/Roberts 9. McCrone/Slusser hy Stapleton/Udovic 10. Hatch/Bahr h Norton/Zimmerly SPRINT MEDLEY 1. Swann/Trimble Elliott/L. Johnson 2. Swann/R. Johnson L. Johnson/Wiesman 3. Swann/Trimble Elliott/Borellis 4. Reed/McCorkle Elliott/Hatchette 5. Mayher/Duffy hy Yablonsky/Stapleton 6. Wagner/Davis hy Roberts/Calloway 7. Hardyk/Evans Colon/Hatchette 8. Hall/Pittman Brazzile/L. Johnson 9. Cutright/Beason Childs/Riegelsberger 10. Hardyk/Reed Elliott/Hatchette DISTANCE MEDLEY 1. Wiesman/Tolliver h Valentine/J. Johnson 2. Kimbrough/C. Holland hy Murray/Shields 3. C. Holland/Shields hy K. Holland/Rehfus 4. Kist/Childs

16:42.58 2005 16:45.24 2003

17:08.30 1998 17:10.69 2004 17:19.74 1987 17:24.04 1973 17:24.14 1986 17:26.84 1986 17:33.54 2000 17:44.94 1969 17:51.54 1970 18:17.74 1985

3:16.44 1987 3:21.40 1985 3:23.06 1988 3:23.07 1989 3:23.34 1972 3:23.54 1969 3:25.06 1990 3:25.14 1987 3:25.55 2000 3:25.95 1989

9:44.84 1984 9:46.94 1978 9:54.44 1976 9:55.22 1999

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men’s all-time top 10 OUTdoor performances Daggy/Camfield 5. C. Holland/Schnur hy Rehfus/Shields 6. Valentine/Hair Wiesman/J. Johnson h 7. Yablonski/Mayer hy McCrone/Stapleton 8. Walker/Colon Respress/Gerstner 9. Neumann/Irving Richards/Bair 10. Disbennett/Oakes h Walker/Gerstner SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY 1. Hon/Payne Cutright/Ramstetter 2. Moore/Cannon Mitchell/Somerville 3. Yoder/Davis Ramstetter/Hon 4. Smith/Yoder Colegate/Schumacher 5. Haber/Payne Maze/Shoulders 6. Davolio/Cannon Martin/Somerville 7. Yoder/Davis Heinecke/Hon 8. Smith/Manning Colegate/Schumacher 9. Hendricks/Davolio Waaland/McPherson 10. Pittman/Tubbs Bean/Hill

9:56.14 1976 9:59.04 1984 9:59.24 1972 9:59.30 1992 10:00.46 2004 10:01.54 1993

57.23 2002 57.48

2011

58.81 2001 59.23 1999 59.43 2004 59.53 2009 Eric Finan

59.64 2001 59.83 1998 1:00.13 2008 1:00.15 1985

(L-R): Steven Mitchell, Mario Cannon, Dailyn Moore, Terrence Somerville)

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women’s roster name

Frida Akerstrom Alexis Anton Maggie Bischoff Nicole Breeden Mekayla Breland Annette Brickman Mary Bridges Gabby Calderone Liz Carr Hannah Christ Laurel Cooney Ashley Earman Cameron Gardner Kaitlyn Good Lauren Goodwin Morgan Gordon Jada Grant Danielle Harding Taylor Hill Amanda Hotaling Erika Hurd Jalisa Jarrett Natalia Kuhn Emelie Larsson Javette Lee Kaele Lightfoot Olivia Lopes Amber McAlpine Alyssa McBride April McPherson Kaitlyn Meyer Erin Milner Jessica Molyet Kelsey Mueller Anne Pace Monica Phillips Ashleigh Pickens Sarah Pierce Sarah Rasnick Taylor Rosenhagen Je’Rica Sanders Shanice Smith Kenya Woodall

event class hometown/high schoool/last college

Throws Mid-Distance Distance Throws Throws Distance Throws Mid-Distance Multi-Events Mid-Distance Jumps Distance Sprints Multis Distance Sprints Sprints Pole Vault Mid-Distance Pole Vault High Jump Sprints Mid-Distance Throws Hurdles Mid-Distance Sprints Distance Pole Vault Mid-Distance Distance Hurdles Throws Mid-Distance Distance Throws High Jump Distance Jumps Multi-Events Hurdles Sprints Sprints

SR FR SO FR JR FR SR RS SR SO SO JR SO SR SR JR SR-HS SO SO FR SO SO JR RS SR JR SO FR JR JR SO SO JR JR SR SO SO SO SO SO SR JR JR JR SO

Nynashamn, Sweden/Nynashamn Gymnasium Chagrin, Ohio/ Cincinnati, Ohio/Oak Hills Oregon, Ohio/ St. Marys, Ohio/Memorial Maidson, Ohio/ North Olmsted, Ohio/North Olmsted Pataskala, Ohio/Watkins Memorial Celina, Ohio/Celina North Canton, Ohio/Hoover Dayton, Ohio/Miami Valley/Marrietta College Centerville, Ohio/Centerville Perrysburg, Ohio/Perrysburg Vandalia, Ohio/Vandalia Kings Mills, Ohio/Kings Lumberton, N.J./Rancocas Valley Regional Cincinnati, Ohio/Princeton Fairfield, Ohio/Fairfield Columbus, Ohio/ North Baltimore, Ohio/North Baltimore Manchester, Md./Manchester Valley Pickerington, Ohio/Central Virginia Beach, Va./Ocean Lakes/Virginia Hisings Backa, Sweden/Polhemsgymnasict Chesapeake, Va./Western Branch Minerva, Ohio/ Lewisburg, Pa./Lewisburg/Mansfield Worthington, Ohio/ Bryan, Ohio/Bryan Massillon, Ohio/Massillon-Jackson Pickerington, Ohio/Pickerington Central Mason, Ohio/Withrow/Northern Illinois Fremont, Ohio/St. Joseph Central Catholic Cincinnati, Ohio/Archbishop McNicholas Cincinnati, Ohio/Seton Marietta, Ga./Pope Rootstown, Ohio/Rootstown Cincinnati, Ohio/McAuley Uniontown, Ohio/Cuyahoga Valley Christian Fort Thomas, Ky./Highlands Painesville, Ohio/Lake Catholic North Canton, Ohio/North Canton Coatesville, Pa./Coatesville

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Seniors - 9 Juniors - 12 Sophomores - 17 Freshmen - 5

event

Sprints - 7 Mid-Distance - 8 Distance - 8 Hurdles - 3 Jumps - 4 Pole vault - 3 Throws - 7 Multi-events - 3

state/country Ohio - 33 Pennsylvania - 2 Sweden - 2 Virginia - 2 Georgia - 1 Kentucky - 1 Maryland - 1 New Jersey - 1

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seniors

frida akerstrom

mary bridges

senior // throws nynashamn, sweden // nynashamn

senior // throws north olmsted, ohio // north olmsted

kaitlyn good

morgan gordon

senior // multi-events vandalia, ohio // vandalia

gabby calderone

cameron gardner

R-senior // mid-distance pataskala, ohio // watkins memorial

senior // multi-events perrysburg, ohio // perrysbuirg

natalia kuhn

jessica molyet

senior // sprints lumberton, n.j. // rancocas valley

r-senior // mid-distance virginia beach, va. // ocean lakes

senior // throws fremont, ohio // st. joseph

laurel cooney

lauren goodwin

jalisa jarrett

sarah rasnick

senior // jumps uniontown, ohio // cuyahoga valley

juniors

mekayla breland

junior // throws st. marys, ohio // memorial

junior // jumps dayton, ohio // miami valley

junior // distance kings mills, ohio // kings

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junior // sprints pickerington, ohio // central

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juniors (cont.)

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emelie larsson junior // throws

hisingsbaska,sweden // polhemsgymnasict

olivia lopes

junior // sprints lewisburg, pa. // lewisburg

amber mcalpine

kaitlyn meyer

worthington, ohio //thomasworthington

pickerington, ohio // pickerington central

taylor rosenhagen

je’rica sanders

shanice smith

junior // distance

junior // distance

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erin milner

junior // hurdles mason, ohio // withrow

junior // multi-events for thomas, ky. // highlands

junior // hurdles painesville, ohio // lake catholic

junior // sprints north canton, ohio // north canton

sophomores

maggie bischoff

liz carr

hannah christ

sophomore // distance cincinnati, ohio // oak hills

sophomore // multi-events celina, ohio // celina

sophomore // mid-distance north canton, ohio // hoover

jada grant

danielle harding

amanda hotaling

sophomore // sprints cincinnati, ohio // princeton

sophomore // pole vault fairfield, ohio // fairfield

sophomore // pole vault

north baltimore, ohio // north baltimore

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ashley earman

sophomore // distance centerville, ohio // centerville

erika hurd

sophomore // high jump manchester, md. // manchester valley

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sophomores (cont.)

javette lee

alyssa mcbride

april mcpherson

sophomore // hurdles chesapeake, va. // western branch

sophomore // pole vault bryan, ohio // bryan

sophomore // mid-distance massillon, ohio // massillon-jackson

anne pace

monica phillips

ashleigh pickens

sophomore // distance cincinnati, ohio // seton

sophomore // throws marietta, ga. // pope

sophomore // jumps

rootstown, ohio // rootstown

kelsey mueller

sophomore // mid-distance

cincinnati, ohio // archbishop mcnicholas

sarah pierce

sophomore // distance cincinnati, ohio // mcauley

kenya woodall

sophomore // sprints coatesville, pa. // coatesville

freshmen

Alexis anton

freshman // mid-distance chagrin, ohio //

nicole breeden freshman // throws oregon, ohio //

annette brickman freshman // distance madison, ohio //

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taylor hill

freshman // mid-distance columbus, ohio //

kaele lightfoot

freshman // mid-distance minerva, ohio //

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women’s Individual conference champions Conference USA 1999 Kelly Krupa Miriam Merrill 2001 Miriam Merrill 2002 Charlyn Ray Angie Kist Charlyn Ray 2003 Ruth Limo 2004 Ruth Limo 2005 Renee Hein Jo Young

Indoors Weight throw Outdoors Hammer Indoors Weight throw Indoors 200m Indoors Mile Outdoors 200m Outdoors 10,000m Outdoors 10,000m Indoors High jump Outdoors Hammer

big east conference 2007 Renee Hein Tara Meier Renee Hein Brittany Klima 2008 Monica Hundley 2009 Jasmine Cotten Lilian Jelimo 2011 Kathy Klump 4x400m 2012 Kathy Klump Kathy Klump

Indoors High jump Indoors Pole vault Outdoors High jump Outdoors Pole vault Indoors 60m hurdles Indoors Pentathlon Outdoors 3000m SC Indoors 500m Outdoors --Indoors 500m Indoors 800m

2013

Sarah Rasnick Jasmine Cotten Michelle Eby Jasmine Cotten Mackenzie Fields Mackenzie Fields Emelie Larsson

Indoors Pole vault Indoors Pentathlon Outdoors Pole vault Outdoors Heptathlon Indoors Pole vault Outdoors Pole vault Outdoors Javelin

AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 2014 Erika Hurd Indoors Alyssa McBride Indoors

High jump Pole vault

women’s NCAA qualifiers and all-americans year name season 2001 Miriam Merrill Indoors 2002 Charlyn Ray Outdoors 2005 Renee Hein Outdoors Jo Young Outdoors 2006 Renee Hein Outdoors 2007 Renee Hein Indoors Renee Hein Outdoors Ashley Wilhelm Outdoors 2008 Brittany Klima Outdoors 2009 Jasmine Cotten Indoors Jasmine Cotten Outdoors

event Finish Weight throw 8th (AA) 200m 19th High jump 24th Shot put 21st High jump 18th High jump 16th High jump 19th Heptathlon 11th (AA) Pole vault t15th Pentathlon 14th Heptathlon 18th

2011 2012 2013

Kathy Klump Kathy Klump Jasmine Cotten Jasmine Cotten Kathy Klump Michelle Eby Emelie Larsson Jasmine Cotten Mackenzie Fields

Outdoors Indoors Indoors Indoors Outdoors Outdoors Outdoors Outdoors Indoors

800m 800m High jump Pentathlon 800m Pole vault Javelin Heptathlon Pole vault

12th (AA) 4th (AA) 10th (AA) 7th (AA) 6th (AA) 17th 17th DNF 10th (AA)

Charlyn Ray

Kathy Klump Jasmine Cotten

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women’s indoor school records 55-meter dash Charlyn Ray 60-meter dash Natasha Burse 200-meter dash Natasha Burse 400-meter dash Kenya Woodall 500-meter run Kathy Klump 600-meter run Ashley Arnold 800-meter run Kathy Klump 1000-meter run Jenna Heaton Mile run Angie Kist f 3000-meter run Lilian Jelimo 5000-meter run Lilian Jelimo 55-meter hurdles Shanekqua Dunbar 60-meter hurdles Monica Hundley Long jump Jasmine Cotten Triple jump Shintara Carpenter High jump Renee Hein Pole vault MacKenzie Fields Shot put Frida Akerstrom 20-lb weight throw Miriam Merrill Pentathlon Jasmine Cotten 4x400-meter relay Portis/Lee Grand/Woodall 4x800-meter relay Heaton/Rhodes Honigford/Klump Distance medley Heaton/Rhodes Klump/McKenney

7.09 7.40 24.02 54.07 1:10.08 1:33.41 2:04.39 2:52.32 4:49.41 9:42.95 16:37.10 8.27 8.31 20’ 1.5” 40’ 10.24” 6’ 1.5” 13’ 11.25” 50’ 7.5” 64’ 1” 4192 3:42.70

2001 2011 2011 2014 2012 2009 2012 2011 2002 2008 2008 2001 2008 2010 2005 2007 2013 2013 2001 2012 2013

Kathy Klump

8:51.06 2012 11:49.12 2011

h = converted from hand time to fully-automated time y = converted yards to meters f = converted from flat track to banked/oversized

women’s all-time top 10 indoor performances 55-meter dash 1. Charlyn Ray 2. Teresa Campbell y 3. Maura Kilbane y 4. Kelly Martin 5. Amber Kellon 6. Ashley Ogletree 7. Ashley Wilhelm Camron Turner 9. Terri Cassidy y Shanekqua Dunbar

7.09 7.25 7.26 7.30 7.31 7.32 7.42 7.42 7.47 7.47

2001 1982 1982 1997 2001 2006 2003 2006 1982 2002

60-METER DASH 1. Natasha Burse 2. Shanay Portis 3. Morgan Gordon 4. Charlyn Ray 5. Mandi Boykin 6. Cameron Gardner Shanice Smith 8. Amber Kellon Hauna Dawkins 10. Vanessa Hardin Paris Campbell

200-METER DASH 1. Natasha Burse 2. Charlyn Ray f 3. Shanay Portis 4. Shanice Smith 5. Mary Danner f 6. Morgan Gordon 7. Aricka Rhodes 8. Jessica Ajunwa 9. Kenya Woodall 10. Jammie Jackson f

24.02 24.29 24.43 24.78 24.92 24.93 24.99 25.03 25.10 25.20

2011 2002 2012 2014 2002 2014 2011 2011 2014 2003

7.40 7.53 7.61 7.62 7.64 7.71 7.71 7.72 7.72 7.75 7.75

2011 2012 2012 2002 2009 2011 2014 2001 2009 2011 2012

400-METER DASH 1. Kenya Woodall 2. Ashley Arnold 3. Aricka Rhodes 4. Mary Danner f 5. Vanessa Hardin 6. Courtney Wicks 7. Jammie Jackson f 8. Jalisa Jarrett 9. Javette Lee 10. Erin Leeper f

54.07 55.06 55.08 55.29 56.43 56.79 56.82 56.90 56.95 56.97

2014 2009 2011 2002 2011 2009 2004 2012 2013 2005

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500-METER RUN 1. Kathy Klump 2. Aricka Rhodes 3. Kaitlyn Good 4. Javette Lee 5. Ashley Arnold f 6. Gabby Calderone 7. Kaele Lightfoot f 8. Taylor Hill f 9. Jalisa Jarrett f 10. Molly Wise f

1:10.08 1:14.68 1:15.64 1:16.42 1:16.53 1:17.69 1:19.32 1:19.90 1:20.70 1:21.33

2012 2010 2013 2013 2010 2013 2014 2014 2014 2008

600-METER RUN 1. Ashley Arnold f 2. Mandy McCumber f 3. Jenna Heaton 4. Aricka Rhodes 5. Kathy Klump 6. Kelsey Mueller 7. Kaitlyn Good 7. Jalisa Jarrett 9. Gabby Calderone 10. Alexis Anton

1:33.41 1:33.55 1:34.44 1:34.65 1:36.17 1:36.24 1:37.06 1:37.12 1:37.31 1:37.84

2009 2000 2010 2010 2010 2014 2014 2012 2014

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women’s all-time top 10 indoor performances 800-METER RUN 1. Kathy Klump 2. Jenna Heaton 3. Jocelyn Gibson 4. Michelle Bosse f 5. Kaitlyn Good 6. Mandy McCumber f 7. Kelsey Mueller 8. Svetlana Toulissova f 9. Alexis Anton 10. Carrie Nelson f

2:04.39 2:11.20 2:12.02 2:13.59 2:13.79 2:14.49 2:14.52 2:14.62 2:15.14 2:15.23

2012 2010 2006 2001 2013 2000 2014 1997 2014 1999

1000-METER RUN 1. Jenna Heaton 2. Kathy Klump f 3. Jocelyn Gibson f 4. Anika Lackey f 5. Hannah Christ 6. Michelle Dunlavy f 7. Kara Waltz f 8. Shellie Haffey hf

55-METER HURDLES 1. Shanekqua Dunbar 2. Laura Valldeperas 3. Monica Hundley 4. Amanda Klug 5. Ashley Arnett 6. Mary Lee Kreimer hy 7. K.T. Weisgerber 8. Ashley Wilhelm 9. Erin Bush Joan Bergman hy

8.27 8.36 8.45 8.55 8.60 8.64 8.66 8.69 8.74 8.74

2001 2002 2006 2003 2004 1982 1998 2003 2000 1982

2:52.32 2:54.93 2:59.11 3:06.60 3:10.35 3:15.92 3:17.84 3:25.44

2011 2012 2006 1997 2013 1997 1997 1996

MILE RUN 1. Angie Kist f 2. Michele McKenney 3. Mary Loebker hf 4. Svetlana Toulissova f 5. Maribeth DiSalvo f 6. Jocelyn Gibson f 7. Ruth Limo f 8. Elissa Veite f 9. Lilian Jelimo 10. Tamara Masters

4:49.41 5:03.12 5:04.64 5:06.42 5:07.62 5:08.77 5:09.19 5:09.41 5:10.05 5:11.82

2002 2011 1989 1998 1999 2005 2003 2000 2009 2008

60-METER HURDLES 1. Monica Hundley 2. Jasmine Cotten 3. Je’Rica Sanders 4. Kaylon Eppinger Javette Lee 6. Paris Campbell 7. DanHeisha Harding 8. Hauna Dawkins 9. Ashley Wilhelm 10. Ashley Arnett

8.31 8.47 8.49 8.50 8.50 8.59 8.59 8.70 8.74 8.82

2008 2012 2014 2009 2014 2012 2012 2011 2006 2004

3000-METER RUN 1. Lilian Jelimo 2. Jill Glassmeyer 3. Angie Kist f 4. P.J. Ball f 5. Jocelyn McCauley 6. Maribeth DiSalvo f 7. Mary Loebker hf 8. Alison Zukowski 9. Tamara Masters 10. Karen Berling

9:42.95 2008 9:50.77 2008 9:56.31 2002 9:59.09 2001 9:59.58 2010 10:01.76 1998 10:02.64 1989 10:06.16 2011 10:08.14 2010 10:08.26 2007

LONG JUMP 1. Jasmine Cotten 2. Laura Valldeperas 3. Shanay Portis 4. Ashley Wilhelm 5. Celeste Cofield 6. Ashley Arnett 7. Erin Leeper 8. Ije Obiorah 9. Charlyn Ray 10. Shintara Carpenter

20’ 1.5” 2010 19’ 4.75” 2004 19’ 2.75” 2012 19’ 2.5” 2006 18’ 8.5” 2000 18’ 8.25” 2004 18’ 8” 2005 18’ 6.5” 2006 18’ 6” 2002 18’ 4.25”” 2007

5000-METER RUN 1. Lilian Jelimo 2. Jill Glassmeyer 3. P.J. Ball f 4. Tamara Masters 5. Ruth Limo f 6. Michele McKenney 7. Alison Zukowski 8. Maribeth DiSalvo f 9. Karen Berling f 10. Jocelyn McCauley

16:37.10 2008 17:16.06 2008 17:20.50 2001 17:20.86 2010 17:22.26 2003 17:24.85 2011 17:25.25 2011 17:27.98 1998 17:32.84 2007 17:33.35 2010

TRIPLE JUMP 11. Shintara Carpenter 2. Laura Valldeperas 3. Jalenna Banks 4. Cameron Gardner 5. Mandi Boykin 6. Shanay Portis 7. DeMetra Gaston 8. Ije Obiorah 9. Shanekqua Dunbar 10. Jewell Robinson

40’ 10.25” 2005 37’ 10.75” 2002 37’ 10.5” 2005 37’ 6.5” 2012 37’ 5.75” 2009 37’ 0.5” 2013 36’ 4.25” 2002 36’ 2.75” 2006 36’ 2” 2001 35’ 9.5” 1999

HIGH JUMP 1. Renee Hein 2. Jasmine Cotten 3. Erika Hurd 4. Celeste Cofield Kaitlyn Good 6. Erin Bush 7. Amber Bollinger

6’ 1.5” 2006 5’ 11.5” 2012 5’ 10.75” 2014 5’ 8” 2000 5’ 8” 2013 5’ 7.75” 2000 5’ 6.5” 2001

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5’ 6” 1999 5’ 6” 2006 5’ 6” 2008 5’ 6” 2008 5’ 6” 2013/2014

POLE VAULT 1. Mackenzie Fields 2. Sarah Rasnick 3. Alyssa McBride 4. Brittany Klima 5. Tara Meier 6. Michele Eby 7. Kayla Dunn Emily Clay 9. Amanda Hotaling 10. Stephanie Ponte Chelsea Vaughan

13’ 11.25” 2013 13’ 10” 2012 13’ 8.5” 2014 13’ 3.5” 2008 12’ 11.75” 2007 12’ 11.5” 2010 12’ 7.5” 2009 12’ 7.5” 2012 12’ 5.5” 2014 12’ 3.5” 2010 12’ 3.5” 2013

SHOT PUT 1. Frida Akerstrom 2. Jo Young 3. Jessica Cobb 4. Mekayla Breland 5. Lisa Klotz 6. Jessica Molyet 7. April Craver 8. Miriam Merrill 9. Catherine Earl 10. Krystal Barnhill

50’ 7.5” 2013 48’ 9.5” 2005 48’ 3.5” 2011 48’ 2” 2014 45’ 11.25” 2009 45’ 3.5” 2014 43’ 9.25” 2003 43’ 7.75” 2000 42’ 10.25” 2010 42’ 7” 2008

20-LB WEIGHT THROW 1. Miriam Merrill 2. Monica Phillips 3. Jo Young 4. Frida Akerstrom 5. Jessica Molyet 6. Mekayla Breland 7. Kelly Krupa 8. April Craver 9. Catherine Earl 10. Mary Bridges

64’ 1” 2001 59’ 2.25” 2013 58’ 4.75” 2005 55’ 4.75” 2013 55’ 4.25” 2014 55’ 3.75” 2013 53’ 9.25” 1999 53’ 7.5” 2002 52’ 6” 2011 52’ 2.75” 2014

PENTATHLON 1. Jasmine Cotten 2. Kaitlyn Good 3. Ashley Wilhelm 4. Kaylon Eppinger 5. Boudine Bouma 6. Dominique Best 7. Chelsea Gerken 8. Laura Valldeperas 9. Taylor Rosenhagen 10. Megan McAuley

4192 3907 3788 3586 3502 3389 3321 3313 3260 3196

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women’s all-time top 10 indoor performances 4x400-METER RELAY 1. Portis/Lee Grant/Woodall 2. Hardin/Klump Portis/Rhodes 3. Lee/Grant Woodall/Calderone 4. Rhodes/Wicks Burse/Arnold 5. Lee/Grant Calderone/Woodall 6. Portis/Rhodes Edley/Jarrett 7. Wicks/Thompson Burse/Arnold 8. Rhodes/Wicks Burse/Arnold 9. Hardin/Portis Edley/Rhodes 10. Arnold/Portis Edley/Rhodes

3:43.70 2013 3:44.30 2011 3:44.94 2014 3:45.03 2009 3:45.81 2014 3:46.29 2012 3:46.32 2008 3:46.83 2009 3:47.13 2011 3:47.64 2010

4x800-METER RELAY 1. Good/Heaton Honigford/Klump 2. Heaton/Good Honigford/Klump 3. Klump/McAuley Harsh/Heaton 4. McAuley/Heaton Harsh/Klump 5. Klump/Heaton Good/Hanzal 6. Hanzal/Heaton Good/Klump 7. McAuley/Moyer Heaton/Klump 8. Klump/Rhodes Harsh/Heaton 9. Good/Mueller Grant/Calderone 10. Mueller/Christ McPherson/Good

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8:51.06 2012 8:56.75 2012 8:59.24 2010 8:59.58 2009 9:03.31 2011 9:12.30 2011 9:16.76 2009 9:17.82 2010 9:28.02 2014 9:28.97 2013

DISTANCE MEDLEY 1. Heaton/Rhodes Klump/McKenney 2. McCumber/Danner f Bosse/Kist 3. Harsh/Arnold Klump/McCauley 4. Heaton/Rhodes Klump/Masters 5. McCumber/Bosse f Danner/Titus 6. Lackey/Bosse f Nelson/DiSalvo 7. Titus/Shipman f Gibson/Kist 8. Kuhn/Grant Mueller/McAlpine

11:49.12 2011 11:55.27 2000 11:58.45 2010 12:01.03 2010 12:01.89 2000 12:07.50 1998 12:11.42 2003 12:11.70 2014

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women’s outdoor school records 100-meter dash Natasha Burse 200-meter dash Charlyn Ray 400-meter dash Mary Danner 800-meter run Kathy Klump 1500-meter run Angie Kist 3000-meter run Mary Loebker h 5000-meter run Lilian Jelimo 10,000-meter run Lilian Jelimo 100-meter hurdles Monica Hundley 400-meter hurdles Amanda Klug 3000-meter steeple Lilian Jelimo Long jump Ashley Wilhelm Triple jump Shintara Carpenter High jump Renee Hein Pole vault MacKenzie Fields Shot put Frida Akerstrom Discus Mary Bridges Hammer Jo Young Javelin Emelie Larsson Heptathlon Ashley Wilhelm 4x100-meter relay Gordon/Burse Portis/Rhodes 4x200-meter relay Gaston/Danner Dunbar/Ray 4x400-meter relay Portis/Jarrett Rhodes/Klump 4x800-meter relay Good/Heaton Honigford/Klump Sprint medley Ray/Dunbar Danner/McCumber Distance medley Toulissova/Danner Bosse/Kist Shuttle hurdles Dawkins/Good Thompson/Campbell

Mary Danner

11.53 23.37 53.30 2:03.35 4:31.18 10:03.94 16:55.46 35:22.35 13.45 1:00.43 10:31.54 20’ 2” 40’ 4.5” 6’ 0.75” 14’ 3.25” 52’ 2.75” 170’ 2” 188’ 0” 173’ 2” 5592 44.84

2011 2002 2002 2012 2002 1989 2009 2008 2008 2003 2009 2007 2006 2007 2013 2013 2013 2005 2013 2007 2011

1:38.41 2000 3:37.62

2012

8:45.60 2012 3:57.48 2000 11:59.12 1999 56.62 2011

women’s all-time top 10 OUTdoor performances 100-METER DASH 1. Natasha Burse 2. Shanay Portis 3. Charlyn Ray 4. Monica Hundley 5. Cameron Gardner 6. Morgan Gordon 7. Shanice Smith 8. Laura Valldeperas 9. Camron Turner 10. Amber Kellon 200-METER DASH 1. Charlyn Ray h 2. Natasha Burse 3. Shanay Portis 4. Morgan Gordon 5. Camron Turner 6. Erin Leeper

11.53 11.57 11.68 11.85 11.87 11.96 11.97 12.11 12.14 12.15 23.37 23.54 23.81 24.33 24.41 24.44

2011 2012 2000 2008 2013 2011 2013 2001 2007 2001 2002 2011 2012 2011 2007 2005

7. Cameron Gardner 8. Aricka Rhodes 9. Shanise Smith 10. Mary Danner

24.45 24.57 24.60 24.68

2013 2011 2013 2002

400-METER DASH 1. Mary Danner 2. Aricka Rhodes 3. Ashley Arnold 4. Kenya Woodall 5. Courtney Wicks 6. Monique Brent 7. Jalisa Jarrett 8. Kathy Klump 9. Shanay Portis 10. Dominique Davis

53.30 53.82 54.70 54.28 54.85 54.91 55.11 55.84 55.86 56.05

2002 2011 2008 2013 2009 2004 2012 2011 2012 2005

800-METER RUN 1. Kathy Klump

2:03.35 2012

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2. Jenna Heaton 3. Mandy McCumber 4. Megan McAuley 5. Jocelyn Gibson 6. Anika Lackey 7. Ashley Arnold Kaitlyn Good 9. Angie Kist 10. Michelle Bosse

2:09.34 2:11.24 2:11.63 2:11.71 2:11.94 2:12.54 2:12.54 2:13.23 2:13.41

2012 2000 2009 2006 1997 2009 2012 2002 2000

1500-METER RUN 1. Angie Kist 2. Jocelyn Gibson 3. Kathy Klump 4. Jennifer Limle 5. Lilian Jelimo 6. Ruth Limo 7. Julie Snyder 8. Maribeth DiSalvo

4:31.18 4:33.81 4:33.93 4:37.28 4:41.28 4:41.46 4:42.27 4:42.28

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women’s all-time top 10 OUTdoor performances 9. Mary Loebker 10. Jenna Heaton

4:42.84 1989 4:43.06 2012

3000-METER RUN 1. Mary Loebker h 2. P.J. Ball 3. Maribeth DiSalvo 4. Angie Kist 5. Tamara Masters 6. Jackie Rieder 7. Megan Knapp 8. Missy Utrup 9. Rachel Nichols 10. Missy Titus

10:03.94 1989 10:05.12 1999 10:08.60 1998 10:17.54 1999 10:17.81 2009 10:18.81 1998 10:28.74 2009 10:29.45 1997 10:32.69 1998 10:33.50 1999

5000-METER RUN 1. Lilian Jelimo 2. P.J. Ball 3. Tamara Masters 4. Jill Glassmeyer 5. Megan Knapp 6. Maribeth DiSalvo 7. Michele McKenney 8. Ruth Limo 9. Jennifer Hannen 10. Jocelyn McCauley

16:55.46 2008 17:05.54 2001 17:08.37 2010 17:13.52 2008 17:17.65 2008 17:24.88 1998 17:27.98 2011 17:28.40 2003 17:32.26 2008 17:42.46 2010

10000-METER RUN 1. Lilian Jelimo 2. Jill Glassmeyer 3. Ruth Limo 4. Jocelyn McCauley 5. Jennifer Hannen 6. Karen Berling 7. Michele McKenney 8. Maribeth DiSalvo 9. Shellie Haffey 10. Stephanie Tutalo

35:22.35 2008 35:44.73 2008 35:59.36 2003 36:28.78 2010 36:31.48 2008 36:57.36 2006 36:58.81 2011 37:23.73 1998 37:33.31 1999 37:42.77 1999

100-METER HURDLES 1. Monica Hundley 2. Kaylon Eppinger 3. DanHeisha Harding 4. Paris Campbell 5. Je’Rica Sanders 6. Jasmine Cotten 7. Javette Lee 8. Hauna Dawkins 9. Ashley Wilhelm 10. Ashley Arnett

13.45 13.63 13.64 13.75 13.79 13.84 13.96 14.00 14.13 14.14

2008 2009 2012 2011 2013 2012 2013 2011 2007 2003

400-METER HURDLES 1. Amanda Klug 2. Kaitlyn Good 3. Sharika Thompson 4. Javette Lee 5. Gabby Calderone

1:00.43 1:00.54 1:01.58 1:01.80 1:01.84

2003 2012 2008 2013 2012

6. K.T. Weisgerber 7. Quinisha Dinkins 8. Hauna Dawkins 9. Dominique Best 10. Danielle Erwin

1:01.90 1:03.08 1:03.12 1:03.83 1:03.75

3000-METER STEEPLECHASE 1. Lilian Jelimo 2. P.J. Ball 3. Missy Titus 4. Cortney Staruch 5. Michele McKenney 6. Cristy Doll 7. Jackie Rieder 8. Ruth Limo 9. Nichole Leslie 10. Julia Strombotne

10:31.54 2009 10:46.58 2001 11:04.79 2003 11:05.95 2012 11:07.92 2010 11:11.94 2005 11:22.55 2001 11:25.87 2004 11:33.19 2006 11:52.46 2007

LONG JUMP 1. Ashley Wilhelm 2. Shanay Portis 3. Laura Valldeperas 4. Jasmine Cotten 5. Celeste Cofield 6. Ije Obiorah 7. Ashley Arnett 8. Boudine Bouma 9. Shintara Carpenter 10. Dominique Best

20’ 2” 2007 19’ 9” 2013 19’ 8.25” 2001 19’ 8” 2009 19’ 6.75” 2000 19’ 6” 2008 19’ 0” 2003 18’ 10” 2008 18’ 9.25” 2003 18’ 6.5” 2013

TRIPLE JUMP 1. Shintara Carpenter 2. Mandi Boykin 3. Anastasia Tarpeh 4. Cameron Gardner 5. Shanay Portis 6. Laura Valldeperas 7. Angie Huber 8. Ashley Wilhelm 9. Shanekqua Dunbar 10. Ije Obiorah

40’ 4.25” 2006 38’ 1.75” 2009 37’ 10.75” 2010 37’ 10” 2013 37’ 8” 2010 37’ 7.75” 2001 37’ 5” 1998 36’ 9.5” 2004 36’ 9” 2000 36’ 7.75” 2006

HIGH JUMP 1. Renee Hein 2. Jasmine Cotten 3. Celeste Cofield 4. Erika Hurd 5. Amber Bollinger 6. Erin Bush 7. Ashley Wilhelm 8. Melissa Brankamp Kaitlyn Good 10. Tina Mallow Ashley Pickens

6’ 0.75” 6’ 0” 5’ 11” 5’ 10” 5’ 8.75” 5’ 8” 5’ 7.75” 5’ 6.5” 5’ 6.5” 5’ 6” 5’ 6”

POLE VAULT 1. Mackenzie Fields

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2007 2009 2000 2013 2003 2000 2007 2008 2011 1999 2013

2. Michelle Eby 3. Brittany Klima 4. Alyssa McBride 5. Sarah Rasnick 6. Kayla Dunn 7. Emily Clay 8. Tara Meier 9. Chelsea Vaughan 10. Ashley Wilhelm Stephanie Ponte 2010,11

13’ 8.5” 2013 13’ 7.75” 2008 13’ 1.5” 2013 12’ 11.75” 2011 12’ 10” 2010 12’ 7.5” 2013 12’ 5.5” 2006 12’ 3.5” 2013 11’ 11.75” 2007 11’ 11.75”

SHOT PUT 1. Frida Akerstrom 2. Jo Young 3. Jessica Cobb 4. Mekayla Breland 5. Lisa Klotz 6. Miriam Merrill 7. April Craver 8. Amber Stocks 9. Krystal Barnhill 10. Catherine Earl

52’ 2.75” 2013 51’ 6.5” 2005 47’ 8” 2011 46’ 8.25” 2012 46’ 3.25” 2009 44’ 2.5” 2001 43’ 9.75” 2003 43’ 8” 1998 43’ 4.25” 2008 42’ 11” 2010

HAMMER THROW 1. Jo Young 2. Frida Akerstrom 3. Miriam Merrill 4. Kelly Krupa 5. Monica Phillips 6. Bridget McNeill 7. Mekayla Breland 8. Lisa Klotz 9. Jen Myers 10. Catherine Earl

183’ 0” 179’ 2” 175’ 8” 172’ 5” 171’ 7” 171’ 1” 169’ 6” 168’ 4” 163’ 9” 160’ 2”

2005 2012 2001 1999 2013 2011 2013 2010 2005 2011

DISCUS 1. Mary Bridges 2. Jessica Molyet 3. Kelly Krupa 4. Jo Young 5. Bridget McNeill 6. Frida Akerstrom 7. Jen Myers 8. Jenni Schmitmeyer 9. Krystal Barnhill 10. Miriam Merrill

170’ 2” 163’ 9” 159’ 4” 152’ 10” 146’ 3” 145’ 4” 145’ 2” 144’ 5” 136’ 10” 135’ 2”

2013 2013 1999 2005 2010 2012 2005 2007 2008 2001

JAVELIN 1. Emelie Larsson 2. Chelsea Gerken 3. Ashley Wilhelm 4. Renee Hein 5. Kaitlyn Good 6. Jessica Cobb 7. Amber Bollinger 8. Quelaun Marshall

173’ 2” 141’ 8” 139’ 2” 137’ 9” 131’ 7” 128’ 8” 128’ 3” 125’ 0”

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women’s all-time top 10 OUTdoor performances 9. Brittney Robinson 10. Trista Wheatley

124’ 11” 2009 124’ 7” 2001

HEPTATHLON 1. Ashley Wilhelm 2. Jasmine Cotten 3. Kaitlyn Good 4. Laura Valldeperas 5. Kaylon Eppinger 6. Boudine Bouma 7. Erin Leeper 8. Chelsea Gerken 9. Taylor Rosenhagen 10. Dominique Best

5592 5422 5267 5047 4983 4939 4797 4782 4484 4446

4x100-METER RELAY 1. Gordon/Burse Portis/Rhodes 2. Gordon/Portis Gardner/Smith 3. Gardner/Burse Portis/Rhodes 4. Gordon/Portis Gardner/Edley 4x200-METER RELAY 1. Gaston/Danner Dunbar/Ray 2. Danner/Dunbar Valldeperas/Ray 3. Ogletree/Brent Leeper/Jackson 4. Ogletree/Brent Jackson/Leeper 5. Shipman/Erwin Hundley/Roberson 6. Stocks/Collins Blessing/Martin 7. Brent/Wilhelm Shipman/Valldeperas 4x400-METER RELAY 1. Portis/Jarrett Rhodes/Klump 2. Portis/Arnold Klump/Rhodes 3. Portis/Edley Jarrett/Rhodes 4. Rhodes/Arnold Portis/Klump 4x800-METER RELAY 1. Good/Heaton Honigford/Klump 2. Harsh/Heaton McAuley/Klump 3. McAuley/Harsh

2007 2012 2012 2002 2009 2008 2005 2008 2013 2012

44.84 2011 45.47 2013 45.48 2011 45.52 2012

1:38.41 2000 1:39.63 2002 1:40.29 2004 1:40.47 2004 1:46.26 2005 1:48.74 1997 1:56.24 2003

3:37.62 2012 3:37.93

2011

3:42.36 2012 3:42.94 2011

8:45.60 2012 8:54.30 2010 9:01.52 2009

Heaton/Klump 4. McAuley/Harsh 9:03.51 2009 Klump/Heaton 5. McAuley/Gerken 9:07.03 2008 Hentz/Scott 6. Lackey/Bosse 9:10.72 1998 Nelson/DiSalvo 7. McAuley/Heaton 9:17.55 2009 Harsh/Scott 8. Klump/McAuley 9:17.89 2010 Harsh/Heaton 9. McCumber/Bosse 9:19.97 2001 Kist/Albert SPRINT MEDLEY 1. Ray/Dunbar 3:57.48 2000 Danner/McCumber 2. Ray/Kellon 3:57.53 2002 Dunbar/Kist 3. Ray/Danner 3:59.79 2000 Mayes/McCumber 4. Leeper/Brent 4:00.40 2004 Jackson/Gibson 5. Wilhelm/Shipman 4:02.70 2005 Davis/Gibson 6. Leeper/Speakman 4:05.85 2006 Davis/Gibson 7. Ray/Dunbar 4:06.26 1999 Danner/Kist 8. Jackson/Roberson 4:07.86 2005 Shipman/Gibson 9. Ray/Robinson 4:18.02 1999 Danner/Ball DISTANCE MEDLEY 1. Toulissova/Danner 11:59.12 1999 Bosse/Kist 2. Lackey/Weisgerber 12:00.03 1998 Nelson/DiSalvo 3. Ball/Lackey 12:50.84 1997 Caldwell/Jahnes 4. Waltz/Morano 12:55.62 1996 Fahey/Guehl SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY 1. Dawkins/Good 56.62 2011 Thompson/Campbell 2. Cotten/Campbell 57.36 2009 Patton/Eppinger 3. Eppinger/Thompson 57.66 2008 Dinkins/Hundley 4. Wilhelm/Hill 57.79 2003 Klug/Arnett 5. Carpenter/Arnett 59.30 2003 Hill/Klug 6. Valldeperas/Dunbar 1:00.19 2002 Bush/Klug

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gettler stadium

The restorations also included a regulation-sized soccer field with a FieldTurf Pro playing surface, which is sanctioned by FIFA, the international governing body of soccer, for all levels of play except the World Cup finals and semifinals.

Gettler Stadium is the home for both the University of Cincinnati of the men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams, as well as men’s and women’s soccer teams. The facility was renovated following the 2002-03 academic year and was named in recognition of the gift by Ben and Dee Gettler to the Richard E. Lindner Varsity Village.

In the summer of 2012, the playing surface at Gettler Stadium was replaced with FieldTurf Revolution. The new, top-of-the-line monofilament surface offers the traditional FieldTurf surface, but with more of a soccer blend that incorporates longer and thicker blades of artificial grass compared to those used for football.

The upgrades included a new eight-lane, 400-meter track, permanent grandstand seating for 1,400, concession stands and restrooms, team rooms and a press box. These enhancements allowed Cincinnati to host the 2010 BIG EAST Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships.

Prior to the renovations made possible by the Gettlers, the facility also had a facelift in 2000 that saw the installation of new lights and a new scoreboard with message center.

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