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Women’s Newcomers

Megan Fristoe Exciting young runner is a three time state cross country champion from state powerhouse Summit High School. Possesses great versatility in both the middle and longer distances.

Freshm Freshman hman ann Bend, Ore. Summit High School Distance

Prep: A three-time Oregon state 5A cross country champion and a two-time winner at 3,000 meters for Summit High School. In cross country, led Summit to the state title all four years that she competed. Placed fourth as a freshman before winning the crown her sophomore, junior and senior seasons. She covered the 5,000 meter course in 17:39.6 as a senior. Also qualified for the NXN Nationals as a senior. On the track, won the state 5A 3,000 meter crown both her junior (2011) and sophomore (2010) campaigns as Summit also claimed four consecutive state track titles. As a senior in 2012, played a key role in helping Summit defend its state title with a third place finish in the 3,000 and the fifth place showing in the 1,500. Top 1,500 meter time, 4:35.17, came at the 2012 Jesuit Twilight Invitational. As a junior in 2011, helped Summit win the state track championship with her victory in the 3,000, coupled with her runner-up finish at 1,500 meters. Ran a prep-best 10:06.08 to claim the 3,000 as a junior in 2011 and qualified for the U.S. Junior Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field. Won her first 3,000 meter state title as a sophomore in 2010 and aided Summit to state team titles in 2009 and 2010. High School Bests: 1,500 Meters - 4:35.17, 2012; 3,000 Meters - 10:06.08, 2011. Personal: Major is undeclared.

Annie Leblanc One of the top middle distance juniors in Canada comes to Oregon with an impressive resumé of international experience. Canadian junior 800 meter champion. Daughter of Olympian Chantal Desrosiers.

FFreshman reshm hmaann Repentigny, Quebec Jean-Baptiste Meilleur School Middle Distance

Prep: Wrapped up distinguished junior career by running personal bests in the 800 and 1,500 meters as a senior in 2012. At the Toronto International Track and Field Games, lowered 800 meter best to 2:03.41. Similar performance at the Victoria International Track Classic in the 1,500, where she dropped her time to 4:15.92. As a junior in 2011, ranked 12th in the world among after running 2:03.55 in the 800 meters at the Harry Jerome meet in Burnaby, B.C. Went on to win her third straight Canadian junior 800 meter title in 2011 and was the silver medalist in the 800 meters (2:06.35) at the 2011 Pan Am Junior Championships in Miramar, Fla. Also ran the second leg of the Canadians’ runner-up 4x400 meter relay team (3:38.99). Was also a 2010 IAAF World Junior Championships qualifier and a 2009 World Youth competitor, both in the 800 meters. High School Bests: 800 Meters - 2:03.41, 2012; 1,500 Meters - 4:15.92, 2012. Personal: Major is undeclared. Is the daughter of Chantal Desrosiers, a sprinter who qualified for the 1980 Olympics in the 200 meters, but was unable to compete due to the Western boycott of the Moscow Games.

Personal Bests 800 Meters - 2:03.41, Toronto International Track and Field Games, Toronto, Ontario, 7/11/12 1,500 Meters - 4:15.92, Victoria International Track Classic, Victoria, B.C., 6/13/12