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THE UNIVERSITY

As the only dedicated liberal arts institution in the University of North Carolina system, UNC Asheville kindles learning by offering students an intellectually rigorous education that builds critical thinking and workforce skills to last a lifetime. Small class size, award-winning faculty and a nationally acclaimed undergraduate research program foster innovation as well as recognition. The cornerstone of a liberal arts education is the ability to explore the connections between many different subjects as well as the options available. So learning here expands well beyond the classroom walls. Focusing on undergraduate studies, we help students dig into learning, whether they participate in faculty-mentored research projects, undertake career-related internships, study abroad, or join service projects aimed at improving the quality of life at home and around the world. We encourage everyone to seek challenges, seize opportunities and become a doer as well as a thinker. At UNC Asheville, we’ve created an environment for exploring the world as well as more than 30 different majors. About 3,900 undergraduate students and about 330 full- and part-time faculty bring the campus alive with a genuine hunger to understand and contribute to the human experience. Amid the culturally rich setting of Asheville, North Carolina, in the Blue Ridge Mountains, it’s all designed to spark a lifelong quest to know more — a fire that will grow brighter in the future.


The picturesque campus is home to many fun events throughout the year, including Concerts on the Quad, which happens each summer (pictured top left).

Built in 1965 with a major addition in 1990 that nearly doubled its size, Ramsey Library (above) was built in honor of D. Hiden Ramsey, a newspaper editor as well as city and state official. Today, the library holds approximately 360,000 volumes with access to more than 400,000 titles electronically.

UNC Asheville confers degrees three times during the academic year at the end of the Fall semester, at the end of the Spring semester as well as at the end of the Summer terms. Formal commencement ceremonies are held in December and May.

Petting Rocky on the path to a first class or a first job has been a rite of passage for many students and graduates and is said to bring good luck, and he was there to see the Bulldogs through one more memorable Homecoming in February.


THE BILTMORE ESTATE

BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY

PISGAH NATIONAL FOREST


CHARLOTTE, NC

KNOXVILLE, TN

WELCOME TO ASHEVILLE, N.C. There’s more to life than the climb. There’s the view. There’s something unexpected around every bend.

UNC Asheville is situated in one of the most vibrant cities in the Southeast. With a population of 87,000 in the city and 391,000 in nearby metro areas, Asheville offers an inviting downtown, exciting outdoor adventures, a thriving arts community and an array of eclectic dining opportunities. MILEAGE CHART FROM ASHEVILLE Atlanta, Ga. ........................................ 200 miles Bristol, Tenn. ..........................................85 miles Charlotte, N.C. .................................... 130 miles Columbia, S.C. ....................................160 miles Greenville, S.C. .................................... 63 miles Knoxville, Tenn. .................................. 115 miles Raleigh, N.C. .......................................250 miles Spartanburg, S.C. ..................................80 miles Wilmington, N.C. .................................360 miles


2017-18 QUICK FACTS 2017-18 BULLDOGS SCHEDULE

THE UNIVERSITY

Location.......................................................Asheville, North Carolina Founded..................................................................................... 1927 Enrollment................................................................................ 3,800 Chancellor................................................................ Dr. Joseph Urgo Director of Athletics...................................................... Janet R. Cone Nickname...............................................................................Bulldogs Mascot................................................................... Rocky the Bulldog School Colors...................................................Royal Blue and White Affiliation.................................................................... NCAA Division I Conference..........................................................................Big South Facility............................................................................ Straus Track

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Assistant Director/Track & Field Contact.....................Mitchell Miegel Phone.........................................................................(770) 542-7873 Email................................................................... mmiegel@unca.edu Assistant AD for External Relations.................................. Brian Hand Web Site..............................................................UNCABulldogs.com AVL AC Fax................................................................(828) 251-6386 AVL AC Address.............................................One University Heights ................................................................Justice Center, CPO #2600 .........................................................................Asheville, N.C. 28804

PROGRAM INFORMATION

2016-17 Men’s Big South Indoor Championship Finish................ 7th 2016-17 Women’s Big South Indoor Championship Finish........... 8th 2016-17 Men’s Big Sout Outdoor Championship Finish................ 7th 2016-17 Women’s Big Sout Outdoor Championship Finish.......... 7th Athletes Returning/Lost............................................................. 22/17 Newcomers..................................................................................... 13

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach.............................................Jessee Norman (10th Year) Alma Mater (Year)....................................... Western Carolina (2003) Assistant Coach................................................................Adam Puett Alma Mater (Year)....................................... Western Carolina (2006) Assistant Coach............................................................. Joel Williams Almsa Mater (Year).....................................Appalachian State (2004)

Date Opponent

INDOOR SEASON DECEMBER 12/2

JDL College Kickoff

JANUARY

1/12-13 ETSU Invitational

Location

Winston-Salem, N.C. Johnson City, Tenn.

1/19-20 Keydet Invitational

Lexington, Va.

1/26-27 Darius Dixon Memorial

Lynchburg, Va.

2/2-3

Flames D1 Invitational

Lynchburg, Va.

2/9-10

Chipotle Marshall Invitational

FEBRUARY

2/23-24 Big South Championship

MARCH 3/9-10

NCAA National Championship

Huntington, W. Va. Lynchburg, Va. College Station, Tx.

OUTDOOR SEASON 3/16-17 Yellow Jacket Invitational 3/23-24 Weems Baskin Relays

Atlanta, Ga. Columbia, S.C.

3/29-31 Florida Relays

Gainesville, Fla.

3/30-31 Terrier Relays

Spartanburg, S.C.

APRIL 4/6

Carolina’s Classic

4/20-21 Duke Invitational 4/27-28 ETSU Track & Field Invitational 4/27-28 ASU Last Chance Meet

MAY

5/9-11

Big South Championship

Rock Hill, S.C. Durham, N.C. Johnson City, Tenn. Boone, N.C. High Point, N.C.

5/24-26 NCAA East Preliminary

Tampa, Fla.

6/6-9

Eugene, Ore.

JUNE

NCAA National Championship

CONNECT WITH UNC ASHEVILLE ATHLETICS Official Athletics Twitter..................................... @ashevilledogs Official Athletics Instagram............................... @ashevilledogs Official Athletics Facebook......... Facebook.com/AshevilleDogs AVL Track & Field Twitter.........................@UNCABulldogXCTF

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2017-18 TRACK AND FIELD ROSTER

Name Kimani Anderson Matthew Barrera Chilton Birdwhistell Zach Boone Robert Brennenan Megan Brewer Desire Brown Kelley Coleman Dominic Collichio Morgan Costelloe Jasmine Cox Kamryn DeCarmo Bri Froehling Ke'Shonna Gay Blanton Gillespie Jailah Grimes Heather Grober David Hager Matthew Harding Hunter Koike Grant Lindsay Thomas Little Maddie Lowe Victor Mathuthu Tyree McFalling Quin Meyer Kayli Nichols Graham Parker Kelley Petroski Phoebe Schneider Jacob Todd Sage Turner Jacob Villemagne Asia Washington I'Cess Young

2017-18 Track and Field Roster Event Sprints Distance Distance Distance Sprints Distance Sprints Distance Distance Distance Sprints Distance Distance Throws Distance Sprints Sprints Distance Distance Sprints Sprints Distance Distance Jumps Sprints Distance Sprints Distance Distance Distance Distance Distance Throws Sprints Sprints

Cl Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown/H.S./Previous School Cambria Heights, NY / Medgar Evers College Prep School Charlotte, NC / Butler Raleigh, N.C. / Middle Creek Bakersville, North Carolina / Mitchell Newport, N.C. / Croatan Columbus, Ohio / Upper Arlington Burgaw, N.C. / Heide Trask Senior Cincinnati, OH / Walnut Hills Carrboro, N.C. / Carrboro Seymour,Victoria, Australia / Bellarine Secondary College Concord, N.C. / Cox Mill Lynchburg, Va. / E.C. Glass Mastings, Minn. / Hastings Roanoke Rapids, N.C. / KIPP Pride Shelby, N.C. / Shelby Spring Hill, Tenn. / Summit Hermitage, Pa. / Hickory Davidson, N.C. / Woodlawn School Conwy, North Wales / Rydal Penrhos School St. Augustine, Fla. / Allen D. Nease Murphy, N.C. / Murphy Durham, N.C. / Durham School of the Arts Concord, N.C. / Northwest Cabarrus Bulawayo, Zimbabwe / Northlea Wentworth, N.C. / Rockingham County Durham, N.C. / Charles E. Jordan Raleigh, N.C. / Sanderson Wilmington, N.C. / John T. Hoggard Davidson, N.C. / Pine Lake Prep Lone, Tree, Colo. / Rock Canyon Newark, Ohio / Newark Asheville, N.C. / Enka Weaverville, N.C. / North Buncombe Charlotte, N.C. / Mountain Island Charter Charlotte, N.C. / East Mecklenburg

Coaches Head Coach: Jesse Norman Assistant Coach: Adam Puett Assistant Coach: Joel Williams

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THE BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE For more than 30 years, the Big South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The league’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by notable accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. This has evolved into the conference’s mission of “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” as part of a new strategic emphasis on becoming the premiere non-FBS conference in the Southeast. Since 2000, the Big South Conference has experienced its most pivotal accomplishments in the league’s history both athletically and academically, such as: • Baseball National Champion in 2016 • Six individual National Champions • Two Top 10 finishes in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship, including fifth in 2007 • The No. 1 ranked team in the national polls in 2014 and 2015 (football) • Reached the quarterfinals of the FCS Playoffs three consecutive years in 2013, 2014 and 2015 • Reached the NCAA “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball • Qualified three teams for NCAA postseason play in the same sport for the first time in 2016 (men’s soccer, men’s golf) • Three NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament wins • Reached the NCAA Softball Regional Championship game three times • Multiple teams in the FCS playoffs three times since 2012 • Three berths in the NCAA Baseball Super Regionals • Multiple teams in the NCAA Baseball Regionals eight times • The No. 1 seed in the NCAA Baseball Regionals four times, including the national No. 4 seed in 2010 • Three Top 24 finishes in the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship since 2011 • The first-ever national finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year • First appearance in the round of 32 in the NCAA Men’s Singles Championship • First All-Americans in men’s and women’s cross country • A Big South-record 13 Academic All-Americans in 2003-04 and 2013-14 • A Big South-record 21 NCAA Public Recognition Awards for APR Success in 2016 • A Big South-record 85 percent Graduation Success Rate two consecutive years (2014 and 2015) • A Big South-record 42 All-Americans in 2011-12 On April 24, 1983, Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South and less than four months later on August 21, the Big South Conference was formed when Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop committed to the new league. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the league’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in the Fall of 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted full-fledged NCAA Division I status. During its infancy and prior to securing automatic bids to NCAA Championships, the Big South made early strides in earning at-large berths in several national postseason events, including volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s golf. In 1989, George F. “Buddy” Sasser replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as Commissioner, and in 1990, the league received its first automatic bid -- an automatic qualifier to the NCAA Baseball Championship. Under Sasser’s seven years of leadership, the conference implemented its public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South competing against some of the finest teams in the nation.

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In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander replaced Sasser as the league’s third Commissioner, and in his 20 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the conference to unprecedented new heights. During his tenure, men’s and women’s indoor track & field (1997), football (2002) and women’s lacrosse (2013) were added as sponsored sports. The conference has also enjoyed record levels in marketing revenue, in addition to extensive television coverage for women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball and women’s lacrosse for the first time. The league as a whole has enjoyed increased national television exposure through aggressive and unique television packages. Conference membership has solidified with the additions of High Point, Gardner-Webb, Presbyterian College and Longwood, plus the return of charter member Campbell University. Kallander’s long range vision has also included technological advancements, as the conference introduced its first live streaming event in 2005 and has since expanded its video offerings to more than 900 annually through a partnership with the member institutions. Ongoing equipment upgrades will allow these productions to become “TV-ready” in the near future. Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the league’s vision as a distinctive athletic conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. An updated strategic plan was launched in 2015 with the objective to transform the Big South Conference into the premiere non-FBS conference in the Southeast. The primary areas of focus are basketball success, media exposure, academic centrality, student-athlete experience and messaging/branding. Prominent Big South athletic alumni include three-time U.S. Olympian Amber Campbell; 2016 U.S. Open Champion Dustin Johnson; former American League All-Star Ty Wiggington; Cleveland Indians pitcher Cody Allen; Oakland Athletics pitcher Ryan Dull; Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman, New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings; three-time NFL Pro Bowler Justin Bethel, WNBA veteran Avery Warley and Carolina Panthers fullback Mike Tolbert. Distinguished alumni from Big South member institutions include Charlotte Hornets President Fred Whitfield (Campbell), U.S. Senator Tim Scott (Charleston Southern), Basketball Hall of Famer Artis Gilmore (Gardner-Webb), Grammyaward winning singer/songwriter Donna Fargo (High Point), ESPN personality Samantha Ponder (Liberty), former LPGA player Tina Barrett (Longwood), HGTV President Jim Samples (Presbyterian), former U.S. National Men’s Soccer Team member Dante Washington (Radford), Weather Channel anchor Kristina Abernathy (UNC Asheville) and actress Andie MacDowell (Winthrop). The conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the conference’s 25th Anniversary. The league also honored its heritage with the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in its history from 1983-2008, with Liberty University’s 10-year women’s basketball championship run from 1996-2007 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the league’s first 25 years. As part of the league’s 30th anniversary celebration in 2013-14, All-Decade Teams were recognized for the first time in each sport. The conference’s on-field accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. For the past two years, more than 50 percent of conference’s student-athletes have been named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a 3.0 grade-point average for the academic year, including 138 4.0 students in 2015-16, and the league has had nearly 170 Academic All-Americans in its history.

CAMPBELL

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN

GARDNER-WEBB

HIGH POINT

LIBERTY

LONGWOOD

PRESBYTERIAN

RADFORD

UNC ASHEVILLE

WINTHROP


DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

JANET R. CONE

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Janet R. Cone, who has served as UNC Asheville’s Director of Athletics since 2004, is the only woman currently serving on the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee that selects and seeds the teams for March Madness. She was one of just 28 Directors of Athletics to be named as an Under Armour AD of the Year in 2013 by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics. In 2014, she negotiated the first-ever college revenue development service platform with IMG College to combine athletics development and capital campaign with sponsorship sales. This partnership generated recording breaking revenue for 2014-15 for the Bulldogs. Outside of UNC Asheville, Cone helped create the Asheville Buncombe Regional Sports Commission and was a former chair. She currently serves as a founding board member for the group. In addition to her term on the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, she is currently serving on the NCAA Division I Institutional Performance Committee and on various Big South Conference Committees. Under Cone’s leadership the Bulldogs have achieved unbelievable progress with the creation and implementation of the “More Wins, More Friends, and More Resources” strategic plan. Cone, who also serves as the Senior Administrator for University Enterprises, oversaw the successful opening of the Wilma M. Sherrill Center which houses the Kimmel Arena, a new tennis facility, and the expansion of the Karl Straus Track Facility. Presently a campaign to build on-campus baseball and soccer stadiums is underway. More importantly, the Bulldog athletics department’s Academic Progress Rate is 977, and Bulldog student-athletes have an overall 3.108 GPA and a Graduation Rate of 85%. UNC

Asheville’s athletics budget is one of the lowest in NCAA Division I Athletics; however, under Cone’s leadership, a sustainable revenue plan has been implemented to increase the athletics budget from $2.1M to $5.7M and will add another $1.2M over the next two years. In spite of the budget, Bulldogs have won Big South Conference Championships in Baseball, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, and Women’s Soccer. The Bulldogs value community engagement and perform thousands of hours of community service each year, too. Cone continues to work rigorously to improve Gender Equity, and earlier this year, she announced the addition of women’s golf as the 16th NCAA Division I athletics program at UNC Asheville. When women’s golf tees off in 2016-17, they will become the second sport added in the last five years. The revival of the women’s swimming program in 2012-13 marked the first time that the athletics department had added a sport in 20 years. Prior to coming to Asheville, Cone served as the associate athletics director for Samford University, and also coached women’s basketball at Samford, Saint Leo University, Western Carolina University and Mars Hill College. Cone holds a bachelor’s degree from Furman University and a master’s degree from the University of South Carolina.

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UNC ASHEVILLE ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS TO THE MEDIA Media interested in an interview with a UNC Asheville coach or student-athlete as well as those interested in a press credential are asked to contact the Athletics Communications Office. All interview requests for UNC Asheville coaches, student-athletes and administrators should be directed to the appropriate member of the Athletics Communications staff. Each member can be reached directly and quickly via email or phone number listed on this page. CREDENTIALS SIDELINE – UNC Asheville strictly follows NCAA rules regarding media representatives on the sidelines. Photographers are not permitted to shoot within the designated team areas and must display their credentials at all times. POST-GAME INTERVIEWS At the conclusion of each contest, requested student-athletes and head coach Jesse Norman will be available for comment following a 10 minute “cooling off” period. COACH NORMAN INTERVIEWS Media members wishing to interview Coach Jesse Norman are asked to please contact Mitchell Miegel in the Athletics Communications Office at least 24 hours in advance. STUDENT-ATHLETE INTERVIEWS All student-athlete interviews must be coordinated through the Athletics Communications Office. Student-athlete interviews will take place either prior to or following practice. Student-athletes will not be pulled from their regular schedules during the week for interviews and should not be contacted directly. ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS OFFICES The Athletics Communications Office is located in the Justice Center near the main Athletics office. PRESS CREDENTIAL POLICY • Spouses, dates, children, equipment carriers and non-workers are restricted from press boxes, sidelines and locker rooms. Any abuse of a working credential will result in the media agency losing credential privileges. Credentials will not be issued to any person under the age of 18. • In some instances, due to space limitations, meeting the identified criteria does not guarantee credentials. • Space for working press, radio, and television is allocated by the UNC Asheville Athletics Communications Office, which reserves the right to deny credentials to any outlet.

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ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS STAFF BRIAN HAND, Assistant A.D., External Relations SPORTS: Men’s Basketball, Men’s Soccer, Volleyball, Men’s and Women’s Tennis and Cross Country EMAIL: bhand1@unca.edu PHONE: (803) 646-9716 ALMA MATER: BA - North Greenville (‘03) MS - MTSU (‘04) HOMETOWN: Greenville, S.C. QUICKLY: Previous stops include Executive Editor for Spurs & Feathers (4 yrs), Assistant A.D. and SID at USC Aiken (5 yrs), SID at Presbyterian (3 yrs) … Joined the UNC Asheville staff in December 2016. MITCHELL MIEGEL, Assistant Director of Athletics Communications SPORTS: Women’s Basketball, Women’s Soccer, Baseball, Track & Field, Swimming and Women’s Golf EMAIL: mmiegel@unca.edu PHONE: (770) 542-7873 ALMA MATER: BA - Berry (‘15) MA - East Tennessee State (‘17) HOMETOWN: Roswell, Ga. QUICKLY: Previous stops include: Grad. Assist. at East Tennessee State (2 yrs), Student Assistant at Berry (2 yrs), Assistant General Manager for Tri-Cities Otters Futbol Club (1 yr) … Joined the UNC Asheville staff in June 2017.


UNC ASHEVILLE MEDIA OUTLETS NEWSPAPERS

TELEVISION

RADIO STATIONS

Spartanburg Herald-Journal 189 West Main St. Spartanburg, SC 29306 (864) 582-4511

WLOS-TV 110 Technology Drive Asheville, NC 28803 (828) 651-4563

1310 WISE Radio 1190 Patton Ave. Asheville, NC 28804 (828) 253-1310

Hendersonville Times-News PO Box 490 Hendersonville, NC 28739 (828) 692-0505

The Greenville News 32 E. Broad St. PO Box 1688 Greenville, SC 29602 (864) 298-4165

WSPA-TV PO Box 1717 Spartanburg, SC 29304 (864) 576-7777

WWNC Radio PO Box 6447 Asheville, NC 28816 (828) 253-3835

The Mountaineer PO Box 129 Waynesville, NC 28786 (828) 452-0661

The Charlotte Observer PO Box 32188 Charlotte, NC 28232 (704) 379-6448

WYFF-TV 505 Rutherford Rd. Greenville, SC 29602 (864)242-4404

WCQS Radio 73 Broadway St. Asheville, NC 28801 (828) 253-6875

Asheville Citizen-Times PO Box 2090 Asheville, NC 28802 (828) 232-5867 (800) 800-4204

WIRE SERVICE

Associated Press 219 South McDowell St. Raleigh, NC 27602 (800) 662-7075

MISSION

Our mission is to provide UNC Asheville with an exemplary NCAA Division I Athletics Program that champions the University’s Mission and Strategic Plan, which creates an environment where student-athletes have an enriched educational experience through pursuing their academic, athletic and lifelong goals, and that connects our internal and external constituents and communities.

VISION

Our vision is to be recognized nationally for developing “Champions in Athletics and Leaders in Life” by winning in the classroom, community and competition.

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UNC Asheville Men’s Outdoor Track and Field Top Five Performances 100 meters

NAME 1. 2. 3. 4.

Hunter Koike Milan Ristic Enita Okodiko Brandon Hamilton Courtney Henry 6. Eric Fitzgerald

3000 meters

TIME

YEAR

10.82 10.92 10.93 11.03 11.03 11.07

2017 2011 2006 2007 2011 1998

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

TIME

Phil Latter Brendan McGrane Taylor Little Skyler Winchester Brandon Trollip

8:33.96 8:34.21 8:34.46 8:41.29 8:44.69

NAME

TIME

YEAR

Milan Ristic Hunter Koike Enita Okodiko Kimani Anderson Eric Fitzgerald

21.62 21.93 22.00 22.33 22.38

2012 2017 2006 2016 1998

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

NAME

TIME

YEAR

Kimani Anderson Matt Harding Tyree McFalling Dane Corriher Jeremy Twiggs

49.50 49.74 49.83 49.97 49.99

2016 2017 2017 2007 2001

TIME

Milan Ristic Kris Fant Joel Collier Derek Larsen Andy Gainor

13.78 14.41 15.36 15.76 15.80

YEAR 2013 2004 2004 2010 1997

400 meter hurdles 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

NAME

TIME

YEAR

Andy Guzy Joel Collier Hunter Koike Brandon Hamilton Patrick Johnston

53.25 54.29 55.32 55.60 55.99

2001 2003 2017 2007 2017

800 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

NAME

TIME

YEAR

Matthew Harding Nelson Delgado Sam Maynard Jim Phillips Eliud Chirchir

1:47.92 1:50.94 1:51.08 1:52.57 1:53.32

2017 1994 2010 1998 2010

1500 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

NAME

TIME

YEAR

Brandon Trollip Taylor Little Matthew Harding Ed Matthews Sam Maynard

3:51.14 3:53.08 3:53.45 3:54.58 3:56.14

1998 2007 2017 1997 2010

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2017

H. Koike C. Stevens T. McFalling M. Harding

3:18.26

2017

3:20.81

2016

3:20.97

2002

3:22.91

2001

TIME

YEAR

2007 3. K. Anderson 2000 C. Stevens 1998 P. Osborne 2016 A. Thornburg 2004 4. A. Guzy S. Roberts J. Collier J. Twiggs YEAR

Jon Harmon Root Kirbach Dominic Collichio Pat Spencer Kevin Paradise

TIME 31:08.20 31:08.79 31:35.84 31:43.90 31:53.54

2006 2007 5. J. Phillips J. Twiggs 2016 J. Collier 1996 A. Guzy 2012

4 x 800 meter relay

3,000 meter steeplechase 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

YEAR

3:17.80

14:19.16 14:36.57 14:36.80 14:45.23 14:47.64

NAME

110 meter hurdles NAME

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

TIME

K. Anderson T. McFalling C. Stevens M. Harding

Taylor Little Chad Pearson James Rogers Dominic Collichio Phil Latter

NAME

400 meters

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2004 1. 1999 2006 2014 1999 2.

NAME

10,000 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

YEAR

5000 meters

200 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

NAME

4 x 400 meter relay

NAMES

Dave Bell Brendan McGrane Eddie Legair Sam MacGibbon Tim Gautreau

TIME 9:06.08 9:09.96 9:30.26 9:32.90 9:37.52

YEAR 2006 1999 1998 1994 1999

4 x 100 meter relay

1.

NAMES

TIME

YEAR

J. Phillips E. Matthews E. Legair B. Trollip

7:35.76

1997

7:49.59

2010

7:57.19

1998

7:58.27

1997

2. E. Chirchir S. Maynard C. Lopez K. Rankin

NAMES

TIME

1.

C. McKoy H. Koike K. Anderson T. McFalling

42.67

2.

I. Scott D. Roseboro K. Fant T. Young

42.70

2005 4. J. Phillips E. Matthews T. Gautrea B. Trollip

3.

D. Larsen J. Yarbrough R. Urruitia S. Haake

43.40

2010

4. M. Creel B. Northington A. Gainor E. Fitzgerald

43.38

1998

5.

43.65

2008

B. Hamilton D. Corriher O. Ahmad D. Bandoly

YEAR

2017 3. B. Trollip J. Phillips J. Rogers --


UNC Asheville Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Top Five Performances 3000 meters

100 meters

NAMES 1. Natalie Pearson 2. Argia Gibson 3. Jailah Grimes 4. Kassandra Pierre 5. Jasmine Cox

TIME

YEAR

11.60 12.27 12.45 12.53 12.65

2010 2015 2017 2014 2017

200 meters TIME

YEAR

1. Natalie Pearson 2. Tanya Harris 3. Tia Hill 4. Desire Brown 5. Jasmine Cox

23.47 24.77 25.50 25.65 25.70

2010 2006 1999 2017 2017

TIME

YEAR

54.95 56.91 57.41 57.71 58.00

2006 2017 2013 2016 2015

1. Kayli Nichols 2. Anna Walker Laura Lewandowski 3. Marlene Silva 4. Molly Harkavy

TIME

YEAR

14.12 15.16

2017 2004 2003 1996 2012

15.22 15.26

400 meter hurdles NAME

TIME

1. Kassandra Pierre 2. Kayli Nichols 3. Marlene Silva 4. Molly Harkavy 5. Diana Manee

1:00.62 1:00.93 1:03.71 1:04.50 1:04.54

YEAR 2015 2017 1996 2012 2003

800 meters NAME

TIME

1. Sarah Gentry 2. Zola Davis 3. Alyssa Lashway 4. Kelsie Rubino 5. Devon Nemire-Pepe

2:08.96 2:10.69 2:13.57 2:14.36 2:16.73

YEAR 2013 2001 2016 2016 2003

1500 meters NAME 1. Sarah Gentry 2. Loring Watkins 3. Mandy Becker 4. Kelsie Rubino 5. Micki Logue

9:52.08 9:56.55 10:11.50 10:17.24 10:20.29

4 x 400 meter relay

YEAR

NAMES

2004 1. 1999 1997 2003 1997 2.

NAME 1. Emily Olinger 2. Emma Bussard 3. Mandy Becker 4. Micki Logue 5. Loring Watkins

TIME 17:10.86 17:12.68 17:20.10 17:20.46 17:30.11

NAME 1. Becky Vonderhaar 2. Macy Little 3. Melanie Kulesz 4. Kasey Briggs 5. Adrian Etheridge

TIME 35:44.00 36:38.98 36:56.61 37:39.44 37:42.70

YEAR

TIME

YEAR

4:32.81 4:33.89 4:34.22 4:37.00 4:38.18

2013 2003 1999 2016 2004

NAME 1. Emma Bussard 2. Kelley Coleman 3. Scarlett Beamon 4. Micki Logue 5. Lana Reeves

TIME 10:37.85 11:23.04 11:44.27 11:46.54 12:10.78

NAMES

2016

K. Pierre Z. Hickey A. Gibson A. Gelbach

3:52.88

2015

3:56.04

2017

3:56.17

2017

3:58.16

2003

4 x 800 meter relay

YEAR

NAMES

TIME

YEAR

K. Rubino A. Lashway K. Smith S. Heisner

9:31.65

2014

E. Bussard E. Dalton M. Kulesz A. Etheridge

9:38.65

2013

3. K. Smith E. Dalton A. Etheridge K. Gamble

9:42.96

2014

4. I. Allstaedt E. Mase L. Duncan L. Scheifer

9:46.82

2006

5. D. Nemire-Pepe L. Watkins T. Carberry L. Scheifer

9:57.10

2003

2013 1. 2017 2016 2001 2016 2.

TIME

YEAR

1. N. Hale A. Gibson K. Nichols A. Gelbach

47.99

2016

2. J. Grimes A. Gibson D. Brown J. Cox

48.01

2017

3. K. Pierre A. Gibson Z. Hickey A. Gelbach

48.04

2015

4. K. Nichols A. Gibson D. Brown J. Cox

48.09

2017

5. A. Clodfelter N. Pearson S. Gentry E. Jones

48.39

2010

YEAR

3:49.82

4. A. Gibson D. Brown K. DeCarmo YEAR J. Cox 1998 2004 5. L. Lewandowski 2012 T. Harris 2014 B. Thompson 2012 D. Manee

4 x 100 meter relay

TIME

K. Nichols A. Lashway A. Gibson A. Gelbach

1997 2013 3. K. Nichols A. Gibson 1999 D. Brown 2004 K. DeCarmo 2004

3000 meter steeplechase

100 meter hurdles NAME

1. Micki Logue 2. Mandy Becker 3. Emily Olinger 4. Macy Little 5. Becky Vonderhaar

10,000 meters

400 meters 1. Tanya Harris 2. Desire Brown 3. Sarah Gentry 4. Kayli Nichols 5. Zoe Hickey

TIME

5000 meters

NAMES

NAME

NAME

13


UNC Asheville Men’s Indoor Track and Field Top Five Performances 55 meters

NAME 1. Brandon Hamilton Milan Ristic 2. Dante Roseboro 3. Courtney Henry 4. Eric Fitzgerald Jordan Yarbrough 5. Troy Young

800 meters

TIME

YEAR

6.49

2006 2010 2004 2011 1998 2010 2004

6.54 6.57 6.58 6.71

TIME

1. Milan Ristic 2. Raymond Urruitia 3. Hunter Koike 4. David Pickett 5. Enita Okodiko

YEAR

6.87 7.04 7.05 7.08 7.09

2013 2010 2017 2010 2006

1. Milan Ristic 2. Hunter Koike 3. Enita Okodiko 4. Ivan Scott 5. Kimani Anderson

TIME

YEAR

21.68 22.09 22.38 22.54 22.62

2012 2017 2006 2005 2016

NAME

TIME

YEAR

49.43 49.98 50.42 50.47 50.55

2017 2009 2017 2016 2000

TIME

1. Milan Ristic 2. Kris Fant 3. Derek Larsen 4. Joel Collier 5. Andy Gainor

7.21 7.49 8.10 8.14 8.40

YEAR 2012 2005 2010 2004 1998

60 meter hurdles NAME

TIME

1. Milan Ristic 2. Kris Fant 3. Joel Collier 4. Derek Larsen 5. Hunter Koike

7.75 8.13 8.78 8.81 8.83

YEAR 2013 2005 2004 2010 2017

300 meters NAME

TIME

YEAR

1. Michael Creel 2. Sam Spencer

37.97 38.64

1997 1996

14

Mile 1. James Rogers 2. Taylor Little 3. Travis Rudnick 4. Brendan McGrane 5. Brandon Trollip

TIME 4:16.84 4:17.26 4:17.31 4:17.44 4:17.56

3000 meters 1. Taylor Little 2. Jon Harmon 3. Phil Latter 4. Dominic Collichio 5. James Rogers

TIME 8:22.48 8:29.68 8:32.62 8:35.01 8:41.11

Distance Medley Relay

YEAR

1. Jon Harmon 2. Phil Latter 3. James Rogers 4. Dominic Collichio 5. Chad Pearson

TIME 14:55.76 14:58.64 15:07.01 15:08.68 15:17.21

NAMES

2017 1. J. Phillips B. Trollip 2017 E. Legair 2010 B. McGrane 1998 1995 2. C. Smith C. Stevens P. Osborne A. Thornburg

TIME

YEAR

10:17.82

1998

10:20.28

2014

10:21.37

2010

10:23.00

2016

10:27.10

1999

YEAR

1996 3. S. Maynard 2006 R. Urruitia 1996 E. Chirchir 1998 C. Lopez 1997 4. C. Smith M. Barrera D. Hager A. Thornburg

YEAR

2007 5. T. Gautreau 2008 A. Guzy 2003 S. Roberts 2016 B. Trollip 1998

500 meters

5000 meters YEAR

NAMES

2008 1. Matthew Harding 2003 2. Patrick Osborne 1998 2016 2000

TIME

YEAR

1:04.48 1:10.57

2017 2014

600 meters

4 x 400 meter relay NAMES

55 meter hurdles NAME

1:50.93 1:53.36 1:54.62 1:55.09 1:55.36

NAME

400 meters 1. Matthew Harding 2. Dane Corriher 3. Tyree McFalling 4. Kimani Anderson 5. Andy Guzy

1. Matthew Harding 2. Chase Stevens 3. Eliud Chirchir 4. Jim Phillips 5. Nelson Delgado

NAME

200 meters NAME

TIME

NAME

60 meters NAME

NAME

TIME

YEAR

1. T. McFalling C. Stevens M. Barrera M. Harding

3:21.92

2017

2. G. Freeman J. Twiggs S. Roberts J. Collier

3:26.31

2002

3. D. Corriher D. Stepp S. Maynard A. Burnette

3:26.68

2009

4. T. McFalling C. Stevens J. Perry M. Harding

3:27.32

2016

5. K. Anderson C. Stevens P. Osborne M. Barrera

3:27.45

2016

NAMES

TIME

YEAR

1. Nelson Delgado

1:22.74

1995

1000 meters NAMES 1. Matthew Harding 2. Matthew Barrera 3. Dave Bell

TIME

YEAR

2:29.95 2:36.42 2:37.84

2017 2017 2003


UNC Asheville Women’s Indoor Track and Field Top Five Performances 55 meters

NAME 1. Natalie Pearson 2. Tanya Harris 3. Jazmyn Williams 4. Donetta Floyd 5. Eureka Jones

800 meters

TIME

YEAR

7.08 7.40 7.51 7.55 7.60

2007 2006 2004 2002 2010

NAME

TIME

YEAR

7.54 7.82 7.87 7.99 8.05

2007 2016 2014 2006 2017

200 meters NAME 1. Natalie Pearson 2. Tanya Harris 3. Kassandra Pierre 4. Kayli Nichols 5. Argia Gibson

1. Tanya Harris 2. Natalie Pearson 3. Kayli Nichols 4. Kassandra Pierre 5. Katharina Riesenberg

TIME

YEAR

24.79 25.21 25.54 25.78 26.03

2009 2006 2014 2017 2015

1. Laura Lewandowski 2. Molly Harkavy 3. Anna Walker 4. Kassandra Pierre 5. Rhi Dundee

TIME

YEAR

56.14 57.76 57.77 58.33 58.71

2006 2008 2016 2015 2006

TIME

YEAR

8.50 8.65 8.73 8.86 8.98

2004 2011 2004 2012 1996

TIME

1. Kayli Nichols 2. Anna Walker 3. Molly Harkavy 4. Laura Lewandowski 5. Rhi Dundee

8.86 9.19 9.32 9.37 9.43

YEAR 2017 2004 2012 2003 1996

300 meters NAME 1. Tanya Harris 2. Marlene Silva 3. Siobhan Keenan

1. Micki Logue 2. Kelsie Rubino 3. Zola Davis 4. Loring Watkins 5. Mandy Becker

TIME 4:59.82 5:03.71 5:04.18 5:04.37 5:04.71

NAME 1. Micki Logue 2. Loring Watkins 3. Melanie Kulesz 4. Mandy Becker 5. Emma Bussard

TIME 10:05.18 10:07.94 10:10.38 10:12.81 10:14.05

NAME 1. Becky Vonderhaar 2. Adrian Etheridge 3. Macy Little 4. Melanie Kulesz 5. Emma Bussard

TIME 17:36.60 17:45.96 17:52.62 17:56.59 17:59.49

TIME

YEAR

40.67 43.20 43.93

2004 1996 1997

NAMES

NAMES

2012 1. C. Greenwalt A. Gibson 2016 A. Lashway 2014 K. Rubino 2001 2017 2. K. Rubino A. Gelbach S. Gentry M. Kulesz

TIME

YEAR

12:04.83

2016

12:05.85

2013

12:13.83

2013

12:21.60

2001

12:25.92

2012

YEAR

2004 3. K. Rubino 2016 A. Lashway 2001 S. Gentry 2003 E. Dalton 1999 4. M. Logue T. Hill Z. Davis B. Wicke

YEAR

2004 5. C. Powell 2003 M. Harkavy 2011 S. Gentry 2000 A. Etheridge 2012

500 meters YEAR 1998 2013 2003 2011 2012

4 x 400 meter relay

60 meter hurdles NAME

NAME

YEAR

5000 meters

55 meter hurdles NAME

2:11.40 2:15.37 2:17.01 2:17.18 2:17.48

3000 meters

400 meters NAME

TIME

Mile

60 meters 1. Natalie Pearson 2. Argia Gibson 3. Kassandra Pierre 4. Tanya Harris 5. Jailah Grimes

NAME 1. Sarah Gentry 2. Alyssa Lashway 3. Kelsie Rubino 4. Zola Davis 5. Kayli Nichols

Distance Medley Relay

TIME

YEAR

1. K. Pierre A. Lashway A. Gibson A. Gelbach

3:56.72

2014

2. A. Gibson A. Gelbach A. Lashway K. Rubino

3:59.17

2016

3. K. Nichols A. Gibson A. Lashway A. Gelbach

3:59.83

2016

4. K. Nichols A. Gibson D. Brown K. DeCarmo

4:00.02

2017

5. S. Gentry M. Harkavy E. Pineda A. Kalmeijer

4:00.51

2012

NAMES 1. Kayli Nichols 2. Anna Gelbach 3. Kamryn DeCarmo 4. Lauren Etheridge 5. Zoe Hickey

TIME

YEAR

1:16.00 1:21.99 1:23.50 1:24.36 1:28.61

2017 2013 2017 2017 2013

600 meters NAMES 1. Sarah Gentry 2. Siobhan Keenan 3. Marlene Silva

TIME

YEAR

1:36.71 1:39.47 1:39.69

2012 1997 1995

15


UNC Asheville Men’s Outdoor Track and Field Top Five Performances 100 meters

NAME 1. 2. 3. 4.

Hunter Koike Milan Ristic Enita Okodiko Brandon Hamilton Courtney Henry 6. Eric Fitzgerald

3000 meters

TIME

YEAR

10.82 10.92 10.93 11.03 11.03 11.07

2017 2011 2006 2007 2011 1998

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

TIME

Phil Latter Brendan McGrane Taylor Little Skyler Winchester Brandon Trollip

8:33.96 8:34.21 8:34.46 8:41.29 8:44.69

NAME

TIME

YEAR

Milan Ristic Hunter Koike Enita Okodiko Kimani Anderson Eric Fitzgerald

21.62 21.93 22.00 22.33 22.38

2012 2017 2006 2016 1998

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

NAME

TIME

YEAR

Kimani Anderson Matt Harding Tyree McFalling Dane Corriher Jeremy Twiggs

49.50 49.74 49.83 49.97 49.99

2016 2017 2017 2007 2001

TIME

Milan Ristic Kris Fant Joel Collier Derek Larsen Andy Gainor

13.78 14.41 15.36 15.76 15.80

YEAR 2013 2004 2004 2010 1997

400 meter hurdles 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

NAME

TIME

YEAR

Andy Guzy Joel Collier Hunter Koike Brandon Hamilton Patrick Johnston

53.25 54.29 55.32 55.60 55.99

2001 2003 2017 2007 2017

800 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

NAME

TIME

YEAR

Matthew Harding Nelson Delgado Sam Maynard Jim Phillips Eliud Chirchir

1:47.92 1:50.94 1:51.08 1:52.57 1:53.32

2017 1994 2010 1998 2010

1500 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

NAME

TIME

YEAR

Brandon Trollip Taylor Little Matthew Harding Ed Matthews Sam Maynard

3:51.14 3:53.08 3:53.45 3:54.58 3:56.14

1998 2007 2017 1997 2010

16

2017

H. Koike C. Stevens T. McFalling M. Harding

3:18.26

2017

3:20.81

2016

3:20.97

2002

3:22.91

2001

TIME

YEAR

2007 3. K. Anderson 2000 C. Stevens 1998 P. Osborne 2016 A. Thornburg 2004 4. A. Guzy S. Roberts J. Collier J. Twiggs YEAR

Jon Harmon Root Kirbach Dominic Collichio Pat Spencer Kevin Paradise

TIME 31:08.20 31:08.79 31:35.84 31:43.90 31:53.54

2006 2007 5. J. Phillips J. Twiggs 2016 J. Collier 1996 A. Guzy 2012

4 x 800 meter relay

3,000 meter steeplechase 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

YEAR

3:17.80

14:19.16 14:36.57 14:36.80 14:45.23 14:47.64

NAME

110 meter hurdles NAME

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

TIME

K. Anderson T. McFalling C. Stevens M. Harding

Taylor Little Chad Pearson James Rogers Dominic Collichio Phil Latter

NAME

400 meters

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2004 1. 1999 2006 2014 1999 2.

NAMES

NAME

10,000 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

4 x 400 meter relay

YEAR

5000 meters

200 meters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

NAME

Dave Bell Brendan McGrane Eddie Legair Sam MacGibbon Tim Gautreau

TIME 9:06.08 9:09.96 9:30.26 9:32.90 9:37.52

YEAR 2006 1999 1998 1994 1999

4 x 100 meter relay

1.

NAMES

TIME

YEAR

J. Phillips E. Matthews E. Legair B. Trollip

7:35.76

1997

7:49.59

2010

7:57.19

1998

7:58.27

1997

2. E. Chirchir S. Maynard C. Lopez K. Rankin

NAMES

TIME

1.

C. McKoy H. Koike K. Anderson T. McFalling

42.67

2.

I. Scott D. Roseboro K. Fant T. Young

42.70

2005 4. J. Phillips E. Matthews T. Gautrea B. Trollip

3.

D. Larsen J. Yarbrough R. Urruitia S. Haake

43.40

2010

4. M. Creel B. Northington A. Gainor E. Fitzgerald

43.38

1998

5.

43.65

2008

B. Hamilton D. Corriher O. Ahmad D. Bandoly

YEAR

2017 3. B. Trollip J. Phillips J. Rogers --


UNC Asheville Women’s Indoor Track and Field Top Five Performances 55 meters

NAME 1. Natalie Pearson 2. Tanya Harris 3. Jazmyn Williams 4. Donetta Floyd 5. Eureka Jones

800 meters

TIME

YEAR

7.08 7.40 7.51 7.55 7.60

2007 2006 2004 2002 2010

TIME

1. Natalie Pearson 2. Argia Gibson 3. Kassandra Pierre 4. Tanya Harris 5. Jailah Grimes

YEAR

7.54 7.82 7.87 7.99 8.05

2007 2016 2014 2006 2017

200 meters NAME 1. Natalie Pearson 2. Tanya Harris 3. Kassandra Pierre 4. Kayli Nichols 5. Argia Gibson

1. Tanya Harris 2. Natalie Pearson 3. Kayli Nichols 4. Kassandra Pierre 5. Katharina Riesenberg

TIME

YEAR

24.79 25.21 25.54 25.78 26.03

2009 2006 2014 2017 2015

NAME

TIME

YEAR

56.14 57.76 57.77 58.33 58.71

2006 2008 2016 2015 2006

TIME

YEAR

8.50 8.65 8.73 8.86 8.98

2004 2011 2004 2012 1996

TIME

1. Kayli Nichols 2. Anna Walker 3. Molly Harkavy 4. Laura Lewandowski 5. Rhi Dundee

8.86 9.19 9.32 9.37 9.43

YEAR 2017 2004 2012 2003 1996

300 meters NAME 1. Tanya Harris 2. Marlene Silva 3. Siobhan Keenan

NAME 1. Micki Logue 2. Kelsie Rubino 3. Zola Davis 4. Loring Watkins 5. Mandy Becker

TIME 4:59.82 5:03.71 5:04.18 5:04.37 5:04.71

NAME 1. Micki Logue 2. Loring Watkins 3. Melanie Kulesz 4. Mandy Becker 5. Emma Bussard

TIME 10:05.18 10:07.94 10:10.38 10:12.81 10:14.05

NAME 1. Becky Vonderhaar 2. Adrian Etheridge 3. Macy Little 4. Melanie Kulesz 5. Emma Bussard

TIME 17:36.60 17:45.96 17:52.62 17:56.59 17:59.49

TIME

YEAR

40.67 43.20 43.93

2004 1996 1997

NAMES

NAMES

2012 1. C. Greenwalt A. Gibson 2016 A. Lashway 2014 K. Rubino 2001 2017 2. K. Rubino A. Gelbach S. Gentry M. Kulesz

TIME

YEAR

12:04.83

2016

12:05.85

2013

12:13.83

2013

12:21.60

2001

12:25.92

2012

YEAR

2004 3. K. Rubino 2016 A. Lashway 2001 S. Gentry 2003 E. Dalton 1999 4. M. Logue T. Hill Z. Davis B. Wicke

YEAR

2004 5. C. Powell 2003 M. Harkavy 2011 S. Gentry 2000 A. Etheridge 2012

500 meters YEAR 1998 2013 2003 2011 2012

4 x 400 meter relay

60 meter hurdles NAME

2:11.40 2:15.37 2:17.01 2:17.18 2:17.48

Distance Medley Relay

YEAR

5000 meters

55 meter hurdles 1. Laura Lewandowski 2. Molly Harkavy 3. Anna Walker 4. Kassandra Pierre 5. Rhi Dundee

1. Sarah Gentry 2. Alyssa Lashway 3. Kelsie Rubino 4. Zola Davis 5. Kayli Nichols

3000 meters

400 meters NAME

TIME

Mile

60 meters NAME

NAME

TIME

YEAR

1. K. Pierre A. Lashway A. Gibson A. Gelbach

3:56.72

2014

2. A. Gibson A. Gelbach A. Lashway K. Rubino

3:59.17

2016

3. K. Nichols A. Gibson A. Lashway A. Gelbach

3:59.83

2016

4. K. Nichols A. Gibson D. Brown K. DeCarmo

4:00.02

2017

5. S. Gentry M. Harkavy E. Pineda A. Kalmeijer

4:00.51

2012

NAMES 1. Kayli Nichols 2. Anna Gelbach 3. Kamryn DeCarmo 4. Lauren Etheridge 5. Zoe Hickey

TIME

YEAR

1:16.00 1:21.99 1:23.50 1:24.36 1:28.61

2017 2013 2017 2017 2013

600 meters NAMES 1. Sarah Gentry 2. Siobhan Keenan 3. Marlene Silva

TIME

YEAR

1:36.71 1:39.47 1:39.69

2012 1997 1995

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