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SHANNON REYNOLDS 2010 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE INDOOR & OUTDOOR FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

CORDERO GRAY 2010 NCAA QUALIFER

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ISIAH CLEMENTS 2010 NCAA QUALIFIER

RENAN PALMA 2010 NCAA QUALIFIER


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2011 UT ARLINGTON TRACK AND FIELD TABLE OF CONTENTS Athletic Communications .......................... 2 UTA COACHING STAFF Head Coach John Sauerhage ................ 4-5 Assistant Coach Brandon Berger ............. 6 Assistant Coach Jordan Durham.............. 7 Assistant Coach Gerald Richey ................. 8 Assistant Coach Wade Hayes..................... 8 Assistant Coach Jarid Vaughan................. 8 Director of Operations Caroline Erlingson ........... 8

WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD Season Preview ..................................... 30-31 Shannon Reynolds ............................... 32-33 Amanda McMahon .............................. 34-35 Megan Turner......................................... 36-37

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Maverick Stadium Field Turf ....................81 Bobby Lane Meet Records .......................82 UT ARLINGTON This UT Arlington ................................83-126 CREDITS The 2010 UT Arlington Track & Field Information Guide was written, edited and designed by UT Arlington Assistant Athletics Communications Director Luke Brietzke with help from Assistant Sports Information Director Kristyna Mancias and Senior Associate Athletics Director for External Relations Gregg Elkin. Cover Design: Dave Seymour. Photography: Michael Clements, Phillip Long and UT Arlington publications. Printing: MultiAD, Peoria, Ill.

MAVERICK STADIUM Home of UT Arlington Track and Field Samantha Little ............................................50 Lindsey Putman ...........................................50 Molly Snyder .................................................51 Nichole Thames............................................51 Marniqua Thompson..................................51 Pamela Vinson ..............................................51 Brookeana Witt .............................................51 Men’s Indoor NCAA Qualifying Standards .......52 Women’s Indoor NCAA Qualifying Standards .......53 RECORDS World Class Mavericks ...............................56 All-Americans................................................57 Men’s NCAA Qualifiers ...............................58 Men’s SLC Accolades ..................................59 Men’s All-Time Outdoor Bests .......... 59-60 Men’s All-Time Indoor Bests.....................60 Women’s NCAA Qualifiers ........................61 Women’s SLC Accolades ..................... 61-62 Women’s All-Time Outdoor Bests ..........62 Women’s All-Time Indoor Bests ..............63 Southland Conf. Men’s Results......... 64-65 Southland Conf. Women’s Results .........65 2010 Men’s Results ............................... 66-69 2010 Women’s Results ........................ 70-73 UTA Texas Relays Champions ..................74 UTA Drake Relays Champions .................74 Maverick Stadium Locker Rooms ..........75

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MEN’S TRACK & FIELD Men’s Roster ..................................................10 Women’s Roster............................................11 Season Preview ..................................... 12-13 Cordero Gray .......................................... 14-15 Dwight Robinson.................................. 16-17 Isiah Clements ....................................... 18-19 Cameron Chandler ......................................20 Nick Commerford ........................................20 Zack Davis ......................................................20 Anthony Groom ...........................................20 Holton Hemby ..............................................21 Juan Lewis ......................................................21 Chris Machisak..............................................21 Eric Montou ...................................................21 Lionel Mungwari..........................................22 Renan Palma..................................................22 Andrew Pettis................................................22 Anthony Rene ...............................................23 Zach Davis ......................................................23 Darren Rous ...................................................23 Peter Samuels ...............................................23 Heinz Schwartzkpf ......................................24 Ivan Storic.......................................................24 Kevin Vasquez ...............................................24 Cody Widener ...............................................25 Zack Zura ........................................................25 John Frnka......................................................26 Avery Hartwell ..............................................26 Gabriel Hilliard..............................................26 Anthony Hilliman ........................................26 Casey Keeter ..................................................26 Romain Martin ..............................................26 Branko Petrovic ............................................27 Michael Piatt..................................................27 Jake Powers ...................................................27 Aaron Purser ..................................................27 David Rayo .....................................................27 Jeff Rodriguez ...............................................28 Roy Rucker .....................................................28 Jonathan Todd ..............................................28 Clayton Vaughn ............................................28 Brandon Waller .............................................28 Joseph Williams............................................28

Emily Koenig .......................................... 38-39 Esther Abuto .......................................... 40-41 Perri Ford ................................................. 42-43 Jennifer Brown .............................................44 Jennifer Carey ...............................................44 Brittany Culbertson ....................................44 Andrea Guerra ..............................................45 Danisha Hicks................................................45 Sydney Johnson ...........................................46 Eld-hah Kaswatuka .....................................46 Raquel Kilgore ..............................................46 Lauren Marks.................................................47 Samantha Nash ............................................47 Destinee Nixon .............................................47 Marissa Paz.....................................................48 Sherelle Roberts ...........................................48 DeAndrea Smith ..........................................48 LaDoreal Thompson ...................................49 Breonna Baldwin .........................................50 Jennifer Bassett ............................................50 Courtney Blacknall ......................................50 Morgan Domingue .....................................50

CROSS COUNTRY 2010 Cross Country Results .....................78 2010 Cross Country Year-In-Review ......79 All-Time Cross Country SLC Ranks .........79 All-Time All-SLC Honors.............................79 Maverick Stadium Records.......................80

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The University of Texas at Arlington Gregg Elkin

Senior Associate A.D. for External Relations Phone (817) 272-5706 E-mail: gelkin@uta.edu - Men’s Basketball - Men’s Golf

Luke Brietzke

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Assistant Sports Information Director Office Phone (817)-272-2239 Cell Phon: (443) 465-0918 E-mai: lbrietzke@uta.edu - Baseball - Volleyball - Track and Field

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Kristyna Mancias

Assistant Sports Information Director Phone (817)-272-2213 E-mail: kmancias@uta.edu - Women’s Basketball - Softball - Tennis - Cross Country Sports Information Fax 817-272-5037

MEDIA INFORMATION The 2010-11 edition of the UT Arlington Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Media Guide has been produced to assist with coverage of the Mavericks. Additional information, photographs and statistics are available upon request. MEDIA CREDENTIALS Media credentials are available to personnel from accredited media outlets by writing to Luke Brietzke, Assistant Sports Information Director, UTA Box 19079, Arlington, Texas 76019. Requests for media credentials can also be sent via e-mail (lbrietzke@ uta.edu) or FAX to (817) 272-5037. Media credentials will be left at WILL CALL. For further information about media credentials, please contact the UT Arlington Sports Information Office. COVERING PRACTICE Practice sessions are generally open to the media. Media are required to contact the UT Arlington sports information office to arrange easy access to players and coaches prior to or following practice. Practice times vary. Contact the UT Arlington sports information office for practice times.

PHONE INTERVIEWS The UT Arlington sports information office requests media members to arrange phone interviews at least 24 HOURS in advance. Phone interviews may be arranged by calling Luke Brietzke, UT Arlington Assistant Sports Information Director. In maintaining UT Arlington athletics department policy, individual phone numbers of student-athletes may not be released. UT ARLINGTON SPORTS INFORMATION The UT Arlington sports information office is located in rooms 103 and 104 of the Gilstrap Athletic Center, 1309 W. Mitchell St., near the northwest corner of Maverick Stadium. INTERNET ACCESS Updated information on UT Arlington track and field can be found on www.utamavs. com. This official website is refreshed daily with meet stories, meet notes, results and season statistics.

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JOHN SAUERHAGE HEAD COACH // DISTANCE 16TH YEAR // UT ARLINGTON 2007 MEN’S USTCCCA DIVISION I OUTDOOR SOUTH CENTRAL COACH OF THE YEAR

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19-TIME SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE HEAD COACH OF THE YEAR UT Arlington Head Track and Field and Cross Country Coach John Sauerhage is firmly entrenched as one of the all-time most successful coaches in the Southland Conference as he enters his 16th year leading the Mavericks. Since taking over the program in 1996, Sauerhage has led the Mavericks to 19 team championships and has won an unprecedented 19 SLC Coach of the Year honors. Sauerhage continues that success today. Last year he helped three women – Jasmine Walls, Jerono Patrober and Shannon Reynolds – to all-conference honors. He also guided 11 UTA athletes – Cordero Gray, Antonia Hopkins, Megan Turner, Lionel Mungwari, Renan Palma, Aundrea Williams, Isiah Clements and Wade Hayes, in addition to Walls, Patrober and Reynolds – to NCAA Preliminaries appearances. In 2009, Sauerhage guided Gray and Walls to All-American honors. Overall, he has coached 17 athletes to AllAmerican honors. Sauerhage has also coached on the international level. He served as the head coach of the El Salvadorian national team at the 2009 World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia. Since Sauerhage took over the program, UTA athletes have performed on the highest levels of international competition. Four former athletes, including Jared Connaughton (for Canada in 2008), Takeshi Fujiwara (for El Salvador in 2004) and Elston Cawley (for the United States in 1996) competed in the Olympics. Sauerhage has

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also coached five athletes who have earned trips to the IAAF World Championships. In 2007, Sauerhage earned his biggest accolade, the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) named him the Division I Outdoor Track and Field Men’s South Central District Coach of the Year. He won the award after guiding the men’s team to its first SLC outdoor team title in more than a decade with a one-point win over UTSA. Sauerhage, a former UTA standout, returned to his alma mater in 1989 as an assistant coach for seven years as an assistant before taking the reins in Fall 1996. As head coach, Sauerhage found success immediately, winning league championships in women’s indoor, men’s indoor and men’s outdoor track in each of his first season and taking home Coach of the Year honors in each sport. For an encore, he led the Mavs to titles in men’s indoor and outdoor and women’s indoor track and cross country. Finding an empty spot on Sauerhage’s mantle today is no easy task, but it might soon become imperative. He thinks his 2011 teams have an excellent chance to build on 2010 seasons that saw the men finish fourth and the women finish second. In Year Three, Sauerhage accomplished something that had never been accomplished in UTA history: He led the UTA women to the triple crown, winning the cross country, indoor and outdoor conference championships. Under Sauerhage’s tutelage,

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vision I academic units. Two athletes, Megan Turner and Brittany Culbertson, were recognized for their individual academic work. Sauerhage began his collegiate career at Louisiana State University, where he placed sixth in the Southeastern Conference in the 1000yard and mile distances before transferring to UTA. At Arlington High School, Sauerhage was a six-time state qualifier, won the Class 5A mile in 1979 and ran a 4:10.6 in the mile. As a member of the UTA track and field team, Sauerhage won the SLC title in the mile and was a member of the school record-holding 6000meter relay team. He ranks second in UTA history in the 1500m in both indoor and outdoor in the 1500m with times of 3:51.50 and 3:49.35, respectively.

Since 1989, Sauerhage has coached 10 athletes to individual conference championships in cross country. UTA athletes have also won 73 SLC track titles in events ranging from the 800m to the 10000m, including nine in 1994. Dwight Robinson accomplished the feat in 2010.

Sauerhage graduated from UTA in 1986 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He received a master’s degree in education from Louisiana-Monroe in 1988, as a graduate assistant coach.

Sauerhage’s program has succeeded off the track as well. In 2010, the USTFCCCA honored the women’s track programs as one of the top Di-

An avid fan of the St. Louis Cardinals and first baseman Albert Pujols, Sauerhage and his wife, Lisa, reside in Arlington.

USTFCCCA DIVISION I SOUTH CENTRAL DISTRICT COACH OF THE YEAR Men’s Outdoor Track and Field, 2007

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR Έ19Ή Men’s Cross Country, 1999 Women’s Cross Country, 1997 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field, 1996, 2007 Women’s Indoor Track and Field, 1996, 1997 Women’s Outdoor Track and Field, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Men’s Indoor Track and Field, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

NCAA ALLͳAMERICANS Έ17Ή Mishael Berger, 2000, 800m Cornelius Cavi , 1996-97, 200m, 4x100m relay Elston Cawley, 1996-98, 2000, 200m, 4x100m relay Ashely Dorsey, 2000-01, shot put Andre Fifer, 2000, 4x100m relay Marsha French, 1999-2000, shot put Andre Horn, 1996, 4x100m relay Bedford Johnson, 2000, 4x100m relay Eva Jonsson, 1996, heptathlon Markus Lindahl, 1996, 4x100m relay Erika Martensson, 2001, 400m hurdles Jon McDowell, 2007, 110m hurdles Marion Meyer, 1998, pole vault Angela Nelson, 1995, 10000m Zach Wood, 2000, 4x100m relay Crys n Wuthrich, 1996, 4x100m relay Cordero Gray, 2009, 100m Jasmine Walls, 2009, 200m

NCAA CROSS COUNTRY QUALIFIERS Έ4Ή Kris n Ahlepil, Jodi Hule , Angela Nelson, Henrik Skoog.

NCAA INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIERS Έ15Ή Therese Ahlepil, Mishael Bertrand, Jared Connaughton, Cornelius Cavi , Elston Cawley, Gwen Clardy, Ashely Dorsey, Tara Ford, Marsha French, Kajsa Haglund, Marion Meyer, Joseph Sainah, Nick Sco , Escoffrey Thomas, Crys n Wuthrich

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NCAA OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIERS Έ43Ή Mishael Bertrand, Quinchun Carey, Cornelius Cavi , Elston Cawley, Gwen Clardy, Isiah Clements, Jared Connaughton, Sabrina Jordan-Dawkins, Ashely Dorsey, Andrew Duncan, Andra Fifer, Takeshi Fujiwara, Marsha French, Cordero Gray, Kajsa Haglund, Lisa Haglund, Wade Hayes, Rikki Holland, Antonia Hopkins, Andre Horn, Belford Johnson, Eva Jonsson, Markus Lindahl, Byron Majors, LaQuinta Manahan, Erica Martensson, Sara Massey, Jon McDowell, Marion Meyer, Lionel Mungwari, Angela Nelson, Renan Palma, Shannon Reynolds, Joseph Sainah, Nelson Stewart, Clement Taylor, Megan Turner, Jarid Vaughan, Jasmine Walls, Paul Whi y, Aundrea Williams, Zach Wood, Crys n Wuthrich.

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE INDOOR INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS Έ50Ή Kris n Ahlepil, Therese Ahlepil, Mishael Bertrand, Idilio Campos, Cornelius Cavi , Elston Cawley, Quinchun Carey, Shay Colle , Jared Connaughton, Ciaran Doogan, Gwen Clardy, Tagi Davis, Ashely Dorsey, Andra Fifer, Marsha French, Takeshi Fujiwara, Ellen Garrison, Jessica Gylfe, Kajsa Haglund, Wade Hayes, Asa Hedstrom, Rikki Holland, Antonia Hopkins, Kelley Jackson, Patrick James, Rebecca Johansson, Adolphus Jones, LaQuinta Manahan, Janet Meaux, Joqua Mitchell, Lacey Moore, Angela Nelson, Jennifer Robeson, Dwight Robinson, Monica Rolle, Frida Rosenberg, Jonas Rosengren, Roselyn Shanklin, Linda Sjostrom, Henrik Skoog, Adam Stafford, Nelson Stewart, Clement Taylor, Ivorita Taylor, Escoffrey Thomas, LaDoreal Thompson, Shaniqua White, Jasmine Walls, Zach Wood, Crys n Wuthrich.

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SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE OUTDOOR INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS Έ54Ή Bjorn Ahlepil, Kris n Ahlepil, Therese Ahlepil, Mishael Bertrand, Ras Bowman, Jason Buie, Errol Byles, Marteen Caldwell, Idilio Campos, Isiah Clements, Quinchun Carey, Cornelius Cavi , Elston Cawley, Ryan Chambers, Shay Colle , Jared Connaughton, Ciaron Doogan, Ashely Dorsey, Andrew Duncan III, Marsha French, Takeshi Fujiwara, Cordero Gray, Kajsa Haglund, Lisa Haglund, Wade Hayes, Antonia Hopkins, Rebecca Johansson, Eva Jonsson, Bryon Majors, Jon McDowell, LaQuinta Manahan, Erica Martensson, Janet Meaux, Marion Meyer, Jocqua Mitchell, Angela Nelson, Erik Petersson, Karin Petersson, Jennifer Robeson, Frida Rosenberg, Josh Rosenthal, Roselyn Shanklin, Henrik Skoog, Nelson Stewart, Chris Strait, Glenn Taylor, Ivorita Taylor, Escoffrey Thomas, LaDoreal Thompson, Clarissa Toomer, Jarid Vaughn, Jasmine Walls, Aundrea Williams, Dwight Robinson.

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BRANDON BERGER ASSISTANT COACH // FIELD 5TH YEAR // UT ARLINGTON Brandon Berger has coached Mavericks to Southland Conference championships five times during his first four years as the field events specialist on UT Arlington’s coaching staff. That run includes guiding Adolphus Jones to a dominant championship in the heptathlon at the 2010 Southland Conference Indoor Championships. Jones won the event in spectacular fashion, breaking the program and conference records in the process while finishing no worse than sixth in any event.

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Jones also finished second in the open high jump by clearing 2.06 meters and placed fourth in the open long jump.

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Under Berger’s tutelage last season, Aundrea Williams won the 400m hurdles and Megan Turner and Renan Palma advanced to the NCAA Meet in the 400h and 110h, respectively. Williams and Isiah Clements, who finished third in the high jump at the SLC Outdoor Championships, both advanced to the NCAA Championships as well. In all, Berger led nine athletes – Williams, Clements, Turner, Andrea Guerra, Jennifer Brown, Renan Palma, Lionel Mungwari, Keaton Mata and Ivan Storic – to score at the SLC Outdoor Championships. Six athletes – Brown, Palma, Clements, Mungwari, Jones and Eld-hah Kaswatuka – scored at the SLC Indoor Championships. The accomplishments Berger racked up before last year have been plentiful as well. As a sophomore, Clements won the high jump at the 2009 SLC Outdoor Championship. Berger coached Clements to a season-best jump of 2.10 meters at the conference meet, helping him secure the top spot.

Berger led Andrew Duncan to five top-three finishes in jumps events – including at least one in each of the high jump, long jump and triple jump. Duncan scored in eight jumps events from 2008-09. He also won the 2008 outdoor high jump championship with a jump of 2.15 meters. In 2008, Berger also coached Quinchun Carey to win the long jump at the SLC Outdoor Championships. Berger immediately found success as an assistant coach. He helped Jon McDowell win the SLC Outdoor Championships in the 110m hurdles. McDowell and Coby Morrison, who placed well in the conference meet in the 400m hurdles, qualified for the national meet that year. McDowell, under Berger’s mentoring, earned All-American honors by placing in the national meet. Berger’s background certainly helped prepare himself for his coaching career by wearing many difference hats during his collegiate career. While at UT Arlington (from 1996-99), Berger competed in the decathlon and hurdles. During his career, Berger posted four top-10 finishes in the Southland Conference Outdoor Championships in the decathlon. He claimed fourth in the decathlon as a junior with 6,495 points and was fifth in the conference with 6,546 points as a sophomore in 1997. Berger’s 6,546 points ranks fifth on the all-time decathlon list. During the indoor seasons, Berger competed in the 55-meter hurdles. His personal-best time came at the SLC Indoor Championships in 1998 when he clocked a 7.81. Berger is in his second stint as a coach with the track program. In 2000, he was a student assistant where he coached multi-event and field event athletes and also helped coordinate travel. Berger served as assistant events manager at Maverick Stadium from 2001 to 2007. A graduate of UT Arlington with a bachelor of science degree in biology in 2000, Berger is married to Mishael Bertrand-Berger.

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JORDAN DURHAM ASSISTANT COACH // SPRINTS 2ND YEAR // ARIZONA STATE Jordan Durham took no time in making her mark on the UT Arlington program. In just one year, the Mavericks’ sprints coach helped All-Americans Cordero Gray and Jasmine Walls reach new heights by recording personal bests. She also guided Shannon Reynolds to Southland Conference Freshman of the Year honors in both the indoor and outdoor seasons. Durham coached Walls and Reynolds to finish first and second in the 100m and the 200m at the Southland Conference Outdoor Championships. Antonia Hopkins won the 400m as well, giving the Mavericks a clean sweep of the sprints events. DeAndrea Smith also scored in the 400m by placing sixth, giving UTA six scorers in three women’s sprints events.

On the men’s side, Durham helped Gray set a personal-best time of 10.16 in the 100m at the SLC Outdoor Championships. Gray finished third in the 100m and the 200m. Lionel Mungwari also scored in the 100m and 200m as a freshman and Renan Palma, another freshman, scored in the 200m. Juan Lewis also scored at the conference meet as well, placing fourth in the 400m. At the SLC Indoor Championships, Durham helped lead Walls to wins in the 60m and the 200m. Hopkins took second in the 200m and Reynolds scored in both events. Hopkins also won the 400m, leading four Mavs who scored in the event – Smith placed second, Megan Turner finished fifth and Brittany Culbertson placed sixth. The 4x440-yard relay team also placed second at the indoor meet. Durham’s coaching led to success on the men’s side as well. Gray placed second in the 60m and Juan Lewis scored in the 200m and the 400m. In all, nine sprinters made appearances in the NCAA Preliminaries. Two – Gray and Walls – advanced to the NCAA Championships. Durham became a full-time member of the coaching staff prior to the start of the 2010 season after serving as a graduate assistant at UT Arlington during the 2008-09 season. She assisted in the development of All-American sprinters Gray and Walls that year.

During the 2007 season she earned All-America honors in the 4x400m relay as the team ran 3:35.96 and place eighth at the NCAA Championships. That same squad won the Pac-10 title (3:33.14) and was second in the West Region. She began her career at ASU in 2006 after spending her freshman season at TCU. A 2004 graduate of Kennedale High School in Kennedale, Texas, Durham was selected as the team’s MVP all four years of competition. She helped lead the track team to a state title as a senior. She also was also a two-time all-district volleyball selection and captained both teams as a senior. She majored in psychology and sociology at Arizona State. She was born on August 28, 1986 in San Angelo, Texas.

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Durham also worked with the short-distance relay teams, where the women placed second in the 4x100 and won the 4x400 at the SLC Outdoor Championships. She also guided the men’s 4x100 relay team to a conference title.

2008 NCAA Indoor meet and a fifth place finish at the 2008 Outdoor meet.

A three-time All-American at Arizona State, Durham was a member of the Sun Devils’ 2007 indoor and outdoor and 2008 indoor national championship teams. She participated in the relays and sprints for the Sun Devils and was a member of the team’s 4x100m and 4x400m relay teams. In 2008 during the Pac 10 season, she finished third in the 400m final with a time of 53.64 and ran third leg on the school’s winning 4x400m relay team. Durham helped lead ASU’s 4x400m relay to a third place finish at the

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ASSISTANT COACH // POLE VAULT 15TH YEAR // ABILENE CHRISTIAN

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Entering his 15th year as assistant coach at UT Arlington, Gerald Richey continues his work with the pole vaulters. A graduate of Abilene Christian University, he has been on the sidelines of various track and field meets since 1958, including 27 years at Arlington High School from 1968-1995. Last year, Richey helped guide Wade Hayes to a second-place finish in the Southland Conference Championship in the pole vault. That ended a stretch during which Hayes won five SLC titles in the pole vault in indoor and outdoor track.

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Richey also helped pole vaulters Lauren Marks, Samantha Nash and Chris Machisak score in various SLC Championships over the past two years.

Ca Caroline Erlingson saw her collegiate career come to a close in 2010 but remains with the team this season as a graduate assistant. During her stellar se career, Erlingson specialized in distance events ca and will do the same as a first-year coach. an It didn’t take long for Erlingson to make an impact on the UT Arlington program. As a true freshman, she earned All-Southland Conference honors by finishing eighth at the Southland Conference Cross Country Championships. Injuries slowed Erlingson’s momentum, forcing her to take a medical redshirt in indoor and outdoor track in 2007. She bounced back to finish 11th at the Southland Conference Cross Country Championships in 2008 and continue for a nice track career.

Over the course of 37 years, Richey has coached football, cross country and track. During that time, he coached three future All-Pro football players, two state champion cross country teams, two state runner-up cross country teams, a regional championship cross country team, 18 district champion cross country teams, seven district champion track teams and many individual state meet qualifiers and champions.

In the 2008 indoor track season, Erlingson placed in the mile run. She went on to score points four times. Her best finishes came at the 2009 Southland Conference Outdoor Championships, where she placed third in the 1500m, and the Southland Conference 2009 Indoor Championships, where she earned a third-place finish in the mile run.

In October of 1999, the city of Arlington recognized Richey’s accomplishments by naming the cross country course at Vandergriff Park in his honor.

Erlingson placed seventh at the Southland Conference Indoor Championships in the mile run during the indoor season as a senior, scoring two points for the Mavericks.

JJARID VAUGHAN ASSISTANT COACH A 1S 1ST YEAR // UT ARLINGTON In Incoming sprinters won’t have to think back too far to remember the successes of new assistant fa coach Jarid Vaughan. co

Off the track, Erlingson excelled in the classroom as a three-time Capital One/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll recipient. Erlingson is a native of Angelholm, Sweden. She majored in Biochemistry at UT Arlington.

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The Th fformer UT Arlington A li t standout finished his stellar career as a multipletime point-scorer in the Southland Conference Championships. Vaughan won an individual championship at the 2009 SLC Outdoor Championships in the 200m. He also placed second in the 100m behind current UTA standout Cordero Gray. Vaughan also finished second in the 100m at the Texas Relays in 2009 and had a chance to compete nationally before suffering a major injury at the end of the season.

A four-year standout while a member of the UT Arlington track and field team, Wade Hayes now Ar embarks on the next chapter of his career. em Hayes, now an assistant on John Sauerhage’s staff, Ha won five consecutive conference championships wo in pole vault.

Overall, Vaughan scored seven times in individual events and numerous times as a part of relay teams.

He earned a first-place finish during the Southland Conference Indoor Championships last year and finished second in the Southland Conference Outdoor Championships in 2010.

In 2010, Vaughan took his talents to the national level when he placed third in the 200m at the Canadian National Championships.

He also finished third at the Southland Conference Outdoor Championships and the Southland Conference Indoor Championships in 2007.

Earlier in his career, Vaughan was named to Team British Columbia for the Canadian Games.

Hayes competed for Bonham High School where he was an all-district football player and a two-year letterman in baseball in addition to his track accomplishments.

A 2010 graduate, Vaughan majored in kinesiology. A 2010 graduate, Hayes majored in kinesiology.

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Cameron Chandler Isiah Clements Nick Commerford Zack Davis John Frnka Cordero Gray Anthony Groom Avery Hartwell Holton Hemby Gabriel Hilliard Anthony Hilliman Casey Keeter Patrick Kimbley Juan Lewis Chris Machisak Romain Martin Eric Montou Lionel Mungwari Renan Palma Branko Petrovic Andrew Pettis Michael Piatt Jake Powers Aaron Purser David Rayo Anthony Rene Dwight Robinson Jeff Rodriguez Darren Rous Roy Rucker Peter Samuels Heinz Schwarzkopf Ivan Storic Jonathan Todd Kevin Vasquez Clayton Vaughn Brandon Waller Cody Widener Joseph Williams Zach Zura

Sophomore Junior RS-Sophomore Senior Freshman Senior RS-Freshman Freshman Sophomore Freshman Freshman Senior Junior Senior Senior Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Senior RS-Sophomore Senior Freshman Sophomore Senior Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Freshman RS-Freshman Sophomore Freshman Senior

Hurdles San Antonio, Tex. Byron P. Steele HS Jumps/Sprints San Antonio, Tex. Judson HS Sprints Arlington, Tex. Arlington HS Mid-Distance Killeen, Tex. Killeen HS Mid-Distance Coppell, Tex. Sam Houston HS Sprints Kennedale, Tex. Kennedale HS Distance Grapevine, Tex. Grapevine HS Mid-Distance Missouri City, Tex. Hightower HS Mid-Distance Weatherford, Tex. Weatherford HS Jumps/Sprints Converse, Tex. Converse HS Distance Saginaw, Tex. Saginaw HS Throws Olney, Tex. Tarleton State Univ. Jumps Frisco, Tex. Centennial HS Sprints Freeport, Bahamas Southwestern Christian Coll. Pole Vault Novi, Mich. Michigan State Univ. Multis Le Mans, France EGC Distance Fort Worth, Tex. Keller Central HS Jumps/Sprints Harare, Zimbabwe St. George’s College HS Hurdles/Sprints Santa Tecla, El Salvador Denver School Throws Belgrade, Serbia Zemuska Gimnazija Sprints San Antonio, Tex. Theodore Roosevelt HS Pole Vault Bryan, Tex. Bryan HS Distance Fort Worth, Tex. North Crowley HS Distance Plano, Tex. Plano East HS Distance Dallas, Tex. Skyline HS Mid-Distance Richardson, Tex. Plano East HS Mid-Distance Montego Bay, Jamaica Herbert Morris Tech HS Pole Vault Fort Worth, Tex. Fossil Ridge HS Mid-Distance Fort Worth, Tex. DeAnza (Calif.) CC Sprints San Antonio, Tex. Johnson HS Mid-Distance Dallas, Tex. North Mesquite HS Mid-Distance Buda, Tex. Hays Consolidated HS Throws Belgrade, Serbia Sports Gymnasium Hurdles Sugar Land, Tex. Lamar Consolidated Distance Brownsville, Tex. Brownsville Hanna HS Sprints San Antonio, Tex. Judson HS Jumps Arlington, Tex. Midwestern State Univ. Distance Tomball, Tex. Klein Oak HS Sprints Amarillo, Tex. Highland Park HS Distance Watauga, Tex. Haltom HS

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2010-11 Coaching Staff John Sauerhage - Head Coach Brandon Berger - Assistant Coach Jordan Durham - Assistant Coach

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2011 SEASON PREVIEW John Sauerhage did not have to look far for inspiration for his men’s track and field team entering his 16th year as head coach at UT Arlington. An avid baseball fan, Sauerhage adopted the motto the Texas Rangers employed on their way to the 2010 World Series as his own. “It’s time,” Sauerhage said. “This team dominated the conference in the ’90s. We have gotten ourselves back the last three or four years to where our men’s team is contending now for championships. It’s time to get back to our rightful place on the top. We know it won’t be easy. We know that UTSA is the defending champion, indoors and out, but we are ready to challenge them for the conference championship and we’re looking forward to it.

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“We’re loaded on the men. It’s just got to work,” he added. The Mavericks finished fourth in the Southland Conference Outdoor Championships last year. Still, the return of several key performers, in addition to numerous important newcomers, have Sauerhage and the rest of the team thinking the 2011 season will be special.

Depending on where coaches think Pettis can score best in the conference meets, he could also be used in the 100m and 200m. Clayton Vaughn and Joseph Williams join the program after strong high school careers. Vaughn is expected to immediately contribute in the 100m and 200m or could be an option in the 400m. “He was one of those guys in high school that really didn’t get many opportunities to run open races because relays are 20 points and open races are 10 points,” Durham said. “He had an awesome junior year and pulled his hamstring in his senior year. Now he’s back to looking awesome. As long as he stays mentally tough, I think he will be an immediate help. We’re looking for Clayton to score at conference.” Williams should help as a member of the 4x400 relay team with a chance to compete individually.

Sprinter Cordero Gray, middle-distance runner Dwight Robinson and high jumper Isiah Clements already have SLC indoor championships to their credit. Robinson won the indoor and outdoor titles in the 800m in 2010.

With so much talent and depth, both relay teams have reasonable chances to compete for SLC championships. The 4x100 relay team, led by Gray, should be a favorite to again qualify for the national preliminary meet.

Freshmen Jeff Rodriguez and Romain Martin are expected to compete for individual titles in the pole vault and decathlon, respectively.

Any momentum the team can create in sprints should be maintained by the field events.

With the depth to also contend for conference relay championships, UTA is eyeing its first championship since 2007.

Clements, a two-time national qualifier in the high jump, highlights the group. He can also help on relay teams and was part of the 4x400 relay team that won the Southland Conference Indoor Championships in 2009.

“On paper, this team has a chance to be one of the best we’ve ever had,” Sauerhage said. “That’s quite a statement because we’ve had some outstanding teams.” Sprints should be a strong point for the Mavericks this season. Gray anchors the group and has qualified for the NCAA Regional meet each of the past two seasons, but slipped to third in the conference in the 100m and 200m last year after winning the events in 2009. Gray is now looking to regain the crown as the conference’s premier sprinter while also setting his sights on new personal-best times in the 100m and the 200m. Sprints coach Jordan Durham thinks Gray can break the 10.0-barrier in the 100m. “Because Cordero is so talented and because he has such a great work ethic, it would be a personal disappointment if he doesn’t compete nationally,” Durham said. “He ran 10.16 – the seventh-fastest time in the nation. With him, the sky is the limit. He wants to be on the USA team at the end of June. We want him to be in the top eight nationally after the conference meet, coming back with an all-American title.” Though Gray headlines the sprints, the team has plenty of talent. Lionel Mungwari made a splash as a true freshman, scoring in the 100m, 200m and long jump. He was also part of the 4x100 relay team that advanced to the NCAA Regionals. “We feel like with a fall with him and a whole year of training, he has the potential to be a 25-foot long jumper and a 10.2-10.3 sprinter,” Sauerhage said. Meeting those marks would elevate Mungwari into the conference’s elite status.

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In the longer sprints, Juan Lewis and Andrew Pettis are capable of scoring in the SLC Championships. The key this year is turning potential into results.

Martin should also help in the high jump, giving the Mavericks two potential high-point scorers in the event. He will also compete – and is expected to score – in javelin. His main contribution will come in the multiple events, though. Martin scored 7,293 points in a U23 international competition over the summer. “I see him being a national qualifier indoor and outdoor in the heptathlon and the decathlon as a freshman,” field coach Brandon Berger said. “It’s never set in stone, but he has potential to be a national qualifier right away.” Mungwari has already proven himself at the conference level after finishing fifth in the

Renan Palma will be counted on in the short hurdles this year after he scored in the 60h and 110h last year as a true freshman.

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If there is a question mark on the men’s side, it comes in the distance events. How well this team fares in the SLC competitions might hinge on whether or not a distance runner steps up into a prominent position within the league.

Ivan Storic and freshman Branko Petrovic should both compete at the top of the league in throws events. Storic specializes in the javelin and finished fourth in the Southland Conference Championships a year ago. Petrovic, a friend of Storic’s from Belgrade, Serbia, is expected to immediately compete among the SLC elite in shot put. He could also compete in discus.

“We’ve got a lot of numbers in distance,” said Sauerhage, who works closest with the distance runners. “A lot of them are unproven but a lot of them have the potential to run faster times and maybe break into the point-scoring that way. It’s all about trying to win the conference meet, indoor and out, and putting together a formula and what we do with these guys is part of the plan.”

Another newcomer, Casey Keeter, should score in shot put and discus after transferring in from Tarleton State.

Robinson is one of the few known quantities.

The plethora of potential point-scorers in throwing events gives UT Arlington a chance to make up ground it previously conceded.

The Mavericks lose five-time SLC pole vault champion Wade Hayes, but insert redshirt freshman Jeff Rodriguez in his place. Rodriguez competed in several events as an unattached individual last year and outscored Hayes at times, including when he posted a personal-best 17-2 vault. “I don’t see why he can’t be a national qualifier,” Berger said. “Conference champ shouldn’t be an issue for him. Both school records will probably be broken by him this year. He should be conference champion indoors and out.” Chris Machisak has proven himself as a point-scorer in the SLC meets and freshman Andrew Piatt could add more depth for the Mavs. With those two in addition to Rodriguez, UT Arlington could have three point-scorers in the pole vault. In hurdles, Renan Palma gives UTA a major presence. Palma qualified for the national meet last year after finishing fourth in the SLC Outdoor Championships in the 110m hurdles. Freshman Jonathan Todd should be among the first to get a shot in the 400m hurdles. Berger said he thinks Todd could contend as a pointscorer in the event.

Senior Darren Rous gives the Mavs another potential competitor in the top three if he returns to the form he showed as a sophomore. Rous struggled last year but finished third in the SLC Outdoor Championships in the 800m two years ago. Anthony Rene placed seventh in the SLC Outdoor Championships in the 800m last year and could give UTA another point-scorer in the event. The longer distance events are up for grabs in terms of who will compete and in what event. An infusion of newcomers, led by freshman Anthony Hilliman, should bolster the group. Veterans Zach Zura, Heinz Schwarzkopf, Eric Montou, Anthony Groom and Kevin Vasquez will also get opportunities to qualify for the conference meets. Widener, coming off a strong cross country season, finished 10th in the 10000m last year. Sauerhage expects Widener to score points in the event this year as well as the 5000m. “We’ve got depth on the men’s side and we’re just hoping we have some talent,” Sauerhage said. “We know we have some talent on the men’s side. When we’ve won the conference meet in the years past, we’ve scored a lot of points in the distance events. To win the meet without the distance points is difficult.” Sauerhage said he believes this is the time UT Arlington again climbs to the top of the Southland Conference. With strong repeat performances and some key newcomers meeting expectations, the Mavericks could prove Sauerhage right.

UTA Point Scorers in SLC Meets in 2010 INDOOR Event 60m 200m 400m 800m Mile 60h 4x440yd DMR High Jump High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Heptathlon

Athlete Cordero Gray Juan Lewis Juan Lewis Dwight Robinson Ozie Hood Renan Palma Gray, Lewis, Robinson, Williams Schwarzkopf, Williams, Davis, Hood Adolphus Jones Isiah Clements Wade Hayes Adolphus Jones Lionel Mungwari Lionel Mungwari Adolphus Jones

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OUTDOOR Place 2nd 8th 5th 1st 5th 5th 6th 3rd 2nd 4th 1st 4th 6th 8th 1st

Points Scored 8 1 4 10 4 4 3 6 8 5 10 5 3 1 10

Event 100m 200m 400m 800m 800m 110h 400h 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay High Jump Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault Long Jump Long Jump Javelin

Athlete Cordero Gray Cordero Gray Juan Lewis Dwight Robinson Anthony Rene Renan Palma Aundrea Williams Pettis, Gray, Williams, Lewis Williams, Clements, Robinson, Lewis Isiah Clements Wade Hayes Cory Carswell Chris Machisak Lionel Mungwari Keaton Mata Ivan Storic

Place 3rd 3rd 5th 1st 7th 4th 1st 1st 4th T-2nd 2nd T-5th T-7th 5th 7th 4th

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“UTSA and SFA are going to argue that they have good throwers too, but that was an event that SFA would score multiple points in unchallenged,” Sauerhage said. “UTSA was in the top throwers. Now we can go toe-to-toe with them for points in the throwing events as opposed to in the past when we basically watched them move past us in the standings in the events. That’s very reassuring when you’re putting together a team to try to win the league championship.”

After winning the 800m in both the SLC Indoor and SLC Outdoor Championships, the only question is can he stay healthy enough to repeat.

Points Scored 6 6 4 10 2 5 10 10 5 7 8 3.5 1 4 2 5

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CORDERO GRAY SENIOR, 3L // SPRINTS ARLINGTON, TEX. // KENNEDALE HS * 2009 ALL AMERICAN - 100M * 2010 NCAA QUALIFIER - 200M, 100M, 4X100 RELAY * 2010 SECOND-PLACE FINISH AT SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE (INDOOR) - 60M * 2010 THIRD-PLACE FINISH AT SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE - 100M, 200M * 2ND ALL-TIME IN UTA HISTORY 60M - 6.73 * 2ND ALL-TIME IN UTA HISTORY 100M - 10.16 * 2ND ALL-TIME IN UTA INDOOR HISTORY 200M - 21.03

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2010 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Finished 14th overall in the NCAA Championships in the 200m with a time of 21.17...Placed 21st overall in the 100m, finishing with a time of 10.56...Won the NCAA West Regional Meets in the 100m and 200m...Finished third in the Southland Conference in the 100m and 200m...Ran on the 4x100 relay team that won the Southland Conference title...Led UTA with 14.5 points scored at the SLC Championships...Relay team also won at the John Jacobs Classic and finished 14th overall in the NCAA Championships...Ran a personal-best time of 10.16 in the 100m at SLC Championships...Won the 200m at the North Texas Classic...Finished with a career-best time in the 200m time (20.73) twice...Won the 200m at the North Texas Classic and the John Jacobs Classic...Earned a second-place finish in the 100m at the UTA Invitational and a third-place finish in the TCU Invitational with times of 10.42 and 10.26, respectively. INDOOR: Recorded his career-best time in the 60m of 6.72 at the SLC Championships...Finished second in the SLC Championships in the 60m...Scored a team-best 8.75 points at the SLC Championships...Clocked a season-best 21.03 time in the 200m at the NCAA “Last-chance” qualifying meet ... Won the 60m at the Sooner Open with a time of 6.73...Finished second in the 200m at the Texas Tech Invitational by clocking a 21.28...Finished third in the 60m at the New Balance Collegiate Invite with a time of 6.73.

ished fifth in the conference in the 200m with a time of 21.26...Ran a season-best 21.25 in the preliminaries, qualifying him for the NCAA Regional. INDOOR: Earned all-conference selection in the 60m by finishing second in the event with a season-best time of 6.79...Earned third-team all-conference honors in the 200m after finishing third at the conference meet with time of 21.87.

HIGH SCHOOL Finished fourth at the UIL Class 3A State Track Championship with 10.67 in the 100m...Ranked in the top 20 in the Metroplex in the 100m and 200m...Ran a season-best 21.84 in the 200m at the Jackie Bullion Region Qualifier Meet in the Glen Rose...Finished third in Division I 100m at the 80th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays with a time of 10.76... Competed in the state meet as a junior and senior...In 2006, he ran a 10.88 in the 100m and a 21.93 in the 200m...Won the District 10-3A 200m title with a time of 22.00 in 2006...Finished fifth in the state in the 3A 200m (21.93) and 3A 100m (10.88)...Finished third at the 2005 state meet in the 100m with a time of 10.69...Finished fourth at the 2007 Junior Olympics in the 100m...Personal bests include: 42-8 in the triple jump, 21-5 in the long jump, 21.57 in the 200m and 10.34 in the 100m ... Was a first-team all-district running back.

PERSONAL 2009 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Became the 29th athlete in UT Arlington track & field history to earn All-American status by recording a ninth-place finish in the 100m at the NCAA Championships with a time of 10.28...Member of the 4x100 team that finished seventh at the NCAA Regionals (40.80) and qualified for the NCAA Championships...Ran on the 4x400 relay team that finished 8th at the NCAA Regionals (3:06.93)...Earned a first-place finish with a then-career-best time of 20.75 in the 200m at the John Jacobs Invitational...Finished first overall in the 100m at the Southland Conference Championships with a time of 10.35...Finished seventh at the Regional Championships with a time of 20.75...Recorded fifth-place finish with a season-best time of 10.26 in the 100m at the Regional Championships...Finished second at the Bobby Lane Invitational in the 200m with time of 21.34...Earned a second-place finish at the TCU Invitational with a time of 10.41...Helped 4x100 relay team win the Horned Frog Invitational and the Bobby Lane Invitational. INDOOR: Ran a season-best time in the 60m at 6.75 in the SLC Championships...Finished second in the Houston Invitational and the Leonard Hilton Invitational, clocking times of 6.78 and 6.85, respectively...Won the 200m at the Leonard Hilton Invitational in the 200m with a time of 22.32.

Born May 9, 1989, in Dumas, Ark....Is the son of Sharon Daniels...Cousin Anthony Gray played football for Arkansas...Majoring in interdisciplinary studies.

GRAY’S PERSONAL BESTS 60m (Indoor) 100m (Outdoor) 200m (Outdoor) 200m (Indoor)

6.72 10.16 20.73 21.03

2/27/10 5/16/10 5/29/10 2/27/10

2008 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Finished fourth in the SLC Championships in the 100m with time of 10.45, which qualified him for the NCAA Regional...Fin-

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DWIGHT ROBINSON SENIOR, 2L // MIDDLE DISTANCE MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA // HERBERT MORRISON TECH

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* 2010 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPION - 800M * 2010 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE INDOOR CHAMPION - 800M * 2010 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM * CAPITAL ONE BACK/SLC COMMISSIONER’S HONOR ROLL

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ROBINSON’S PERSONAL BESTS

First-Team All-SLC Academic recipient…Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient...OUTDOOR: Won the 800m twice during the outdoor season, at the Southland Conference Championships and the Northwestern State Invitational…Scored 11.25 points at the SLC Championships...Set a personal-best time at the Northwestern State Invitational, where he finished in 1:50.90...Dominated at the 800m prelims (1:52.73) and finals (1:51.00) at the SLC Championships, winning both…Also ran third leg on team’s season-best 4x400 relay team...Clocked times of 1:54.68 and 1:54.12 at the UTA Invitational and the John Jacobs Invitational, respectively. INDOOR: Competed in the 800m and the 4x400m...Won the 800m at the Southland Conference Championships…Ran his second-fastest time of the season in the preliminaries with a 1:53.43 and followed with his finals time of 1:53.52… Ran a season-best 1:53.21 at the Texas A&M-Invitational…Ran third leg on team’s third-place 4x440 relay team at the SLC Championships, totaling 10.75 points at the meet.

800m (Indoor) 800m (Outdoor) 400m Hurdles

1.53:52 1:50.90 53.03

2/27/10 5/16/10 4/30/09

2009 CROSS COUNTRY Ran in one meet…Ran 31:36 at the Ken Garland Invitational 8K.

2009 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Member of 4x800 relay team at Drake Relays that broke a 27-year-old school record with a time of 7:26.47...Ran the 400m hurdles seven times...Finished second at the Mean Green Invitational with a career-best time of 53.03...Earned three additional third-place finish, at the TCU Invitational, the John Jacobs Invitational and the Horned Frog Invitational. INDOOR: Ran a career-best in the 400m with a time of 49.68 at the Texas A&M Invitational...Ran in the 800m twice...Turned in a season-best time in the 800m at the Southland Conference Championships, where he ran a 1:59.71.

2008 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Competed in the 400m hurdles and turned in the team’s fastest time with a 54.47 at Oklahoma Invitational...Competed in the SLC Championships in the 400m hurdles. INDOOR: Competed three times in the 800m, clocking season-best time of 1:57.51.

HIGH SCHOOL Competed in football, tennis and track and field at Herbert Morrison Tech High School...Personal-best times include 48.00 in the 400m, 1:54.10 in the 800m and 52.90 in the 400m hurdles...Was the top student in his science and technology studies and was the second-ranked student in mathematics, chemistry and physics. PERSONAL Born April 3, 1990, in Montego Bay, Jamaica...Is the son of Robert and Claudia Robinson...Majoring in biological chemistry.

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ISIAH CLEMENTS SOPHOMORE, 2L // SPRINTS, JUMPS SAN ANTONIO, TEX. // JUDSON HS

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* 2010 NCAA QUALIFIER - HIGH JUMP * 2009 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE OUTDOOR CHAMPION - HIGH JUMP * 2009 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE INDOOR CHAMPION - 4X400

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PERSONAL

OUTDOOR: Qualified for the NCAA Regional meet in the high jump, clearing 2.01 meters in the meet...Finished 34th in the Regional... Finished second in the Southland Conference Championships in the high jump with a jump of 2.08 meters...Ran the Mavs’ second leg for the 4x400 relay team that won an SLC title...Scored 8.25 points at the SLC Championships...Registered three first-place finishes the in high jump…Relay team also won at the Bobby Lane Invitational…Registered a career-best 2.11 meters in the high jump at the North Texas Classic, where he finished first…Placed first overall in the high jump at the Northwestern State Invitational with a mark of 2.06 meters…Also turned in the highest jump in the UT Arlington Invitational, recording 2.06 meters...Cleared 2.05 meters in the high jump at the Drake Relays...Ran a 22.28 in the 200m at the John Jacobs Invitational…Ran a career-best 22.07 in the 200m at the TCU Invitational...Recorded a season-best 6.85m in the long jump at the North Texas Classic...Ran a season-best 49.49 in the 400m at the John Jacobs Invitational. INDOOR: Recorded a height of 2.05 meters in the high jump at the SLC Championships, finishing fourth and scoring five points...Qualified for the indoor conference meet with his mark of 2.03 meters in the high jump at the Wichita State Shocker Quad, where he finished second… Recorded a third-place finish with a jump of 2.00 meters at Sooner Indoor Open…Qualified for the conference meet in the triple jump after his mark of 13.31 meters at the Wichita State Shocker Quad…Leaped a season-best 6.44 meters in the long jump at the Wichita State Shocker Quad for an eighth-place finish.

Born April 8, 1990 in Guam...Majoring in history.

CLEMENTS’ PERSONAL BESTS High jump 200m (Outdoor) Triple jump Long jump

2.11 m 22.07 13.55 m 6.85 m

4/11/10 3/19/10 1/30/09 4/11/10

2009 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Southland Conference champion in the high jump with a mark of 2.10 meters, tying a career-best jump...Won the high jump at the Bobby Lane/UTA Invitational...Other high-jump finishes included second at TCU Invitational, third at Mean Green Invitational, fourth at John Jacobs Invitational and fifth at Horned Frog Invitational...Equaled his season-best jump of 2.10 meters in the Mean Green Invitational... Cleared 2.00 meters in the high jump in every meet, including jumps of 2.09 meters in the Regional Championships and 2.05 meters in the Bobby Lane Invitational...Also competed in 4x400 relay where he helped team finish fourth at TCU Invitational with time of 3:17:11. INDOOR: Member of SLC championship 4x400 relay team (3:17.55)... Best finish in the high jump was sixth at Texas A&M Invitational (2.00 meters)...Matched his 2-meter jump at the Razorback Invitational... Clocked a career-best time of 50.53 in the 400m at Razorback Invitational.

HIGH SCHOOL Earned four track letters at Judson...Finished third at the 2008 state meet in the high jump...As a junior, finished fourth in the state in mile relay...Earned three letters in basketball.

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CAMERON CHANDLER C SO SOPHOMORE // HURDLES CIBOLO, TEX. // BYRON P. STEELE HS C 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 Ca Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Competed sio in four meets...Clocked a season-best time of 15.74 in the 110m hurdles and 57.45 in the 400m hurdles at the TCU Invitational. INDOOR: Competed at the Southland Conference Championships in the 4x440 relay...Ran a season-best 8.62 in the 60m hurdles at the Wichita State Shocker Quad...Also competed in the 400m.

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HIGH SCHOOL Three-time regional qualifier in track ... Regional finalist one time ... Set school record in 300 hurdles (38.28) and 110 hurdles (14.68) ... In football, finished third in Steele HS history in all-time receiving and third in single-season receiving ... Finished second in career touchdown receptions in high school ... Earned three letters each in track and football.

PERSONAL Born Nov. 27, 1990, in Round Rock, Texas ... Is the son of Burt and Joy Chandler ... Three-year academic all-district ... Majoring in business.

8.62 15.74 57.45

OUTDOOR: Set a season-best time in the 800m with a 1:54.77 at the Mean Green Invitational...Finished 10th in the 800m at the SLC Championships with a time of 1:56.51...Had five top-10 finishes in the 800m... Ran for the fifth-place 4x800 team at the Texas Relays. INDOOR: Finished ninth in the 800m at the SLC Championships (1:57.84)...Turned in a season-best time of 1:54.77 in the 800m at the Texas A&M Invitational.

2008 CROSS COUNTRY Competed in the North Texas Season Opener, finishing 24th.

2008 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Ran the 800m in five meets...Turned in a season-best time of 1:55.66 at the SLC Championships...Qualified for SLC All-Academic team. INDOOR: Redshirted. Did not compete because of ankle injury.

2007 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Ran a season-best time of 1:55.58 in the 800m at the Bobby Lane Invitational...Finished eighth at the Telez Invitational in the 800m with a time of 1:59.03...Qualified for SLC All-Academic team. INDOOR: Earned all-SLC honors as third leg of the DMR team...Ran a season-best 1:55.82 in the prelims at the SLC Championships...Finished fourth at the Wes Kittley Invitational in the 800m with a time of 1:58.09.

2006 CROSS COUNTRY

CHANDLER’S PERSONAL BESTS 60h 110h 400h

2009 TRACK & FIELD

2/6/10 3/19/10 3/19/10

NICHOLAS COMMERFORD SOPHOMORE // SPRINTS ARLINGTON, TEX. // MARTIN HS HIGH SCHOOL Lettered in basketball, soccer and track and field... Named Defensive Player of the Year and SecondTeam All-District in 2007 in basketball...All-District Honorable Mention in soccer in 2006...Captain of soccer and basketball teams.

Competed at the SLC Championships and the NCAA South Central Regional...Qualified for SLC All-Academic team

HIGH SCHOOL Two-time all-state in cross country...Two-time district champion in the 800m, mile run and 4x400 relay...Five-time AAU Junior Olympian...Had the fifth-fastest time in the nation at the AAU Junior Olympics...Personal-best times were 1:53 in the 800m, 48.80 in the 400m and 4:07 in the 1500m...Played football and basketball...Made the National Honor Society for three years.

PERSONAL Born Jan. 9, 1988, in Killeen, Texas...Is the son of Sarah Davis and the late Zachary Davis...Double-majoring in speech communications and web communications.

DAVIS’ PERSONAL BESTS 800m

R FRESHMAN// DISTANCE RS GRAPEVINE, TEX. // GRAPEVINE HS G 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20

ZACK DAVIS

Ca Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient...Redshirted as a m true freshman. tru

SENIOR, 2L // DISTANCE KILLEEN, TEX. // KILLEEN HS OUTDOOR: Earned top-10 finish in Southland Conference Championships in the 800m with a personal-best time of 1:54.74, scoring 1.5 points... Had top-five finish at the Northwestern State Invitational in the 800m with a time of 1:55.01...Competed in the 800m three other times, recording times under 1:59 each time...Placed fifth at the TCU Invitational in lone 1500m appearance. INDOOR: Helped the Distance Medley Relay team finish third at the SLC Championships...Scored 1.5 points at the SLC Championships...Also competed in the 800m at the SLC meet, turning in a season-best time of 1:57.96... Clocked a 1:58.65 in the 800m at the Texas Tech Invitational.

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PERSONAL Born Sept. 20, 1988 in Melbourne, Australia...Is the son of Peter and Nanette Commerford...Majoring in business.

2010 TRACK & FIELD

1:54.74

2009 CROSS COUNTRY Turned in a 10th-place finish at the TCU Season Opener...Helped team to a second-place finish at the Ken Garland Invitational.

PRIOR TO UTA Named all-region in track twice...Won the district championship in the 800m as a junior and as a senior...Won the district championship in the 1,600m as a senior...Personal-best in the mile was 4:18.

PERSONAL Born June 14, 1991...Has one sister...Majoring in kinesiology...Was a member of the National Honor Society.

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HOLTON HEMBY H SOPHOMORE // MIDDLE DISTANCE SO W WEATHERFORD, TEX. // WEATHERFORD HS 2010 CROSS COUNTRY 20 Ra in three events...Clocked fifth-best finish on Ran the team at the UTA Season Opener...Finished th fo fourth on the team at the McNeese State Cowboy Stampede. St

Born Sept. 18, 1989...Is the son of Gary and Mawanna Lewis...Has a brother, Gary Jr., and a sister, Juanita...Majoring in interdisciplinary studies.

LEWIS’ PERSONAL BESTS 200m (Outdoor) 200m (Indoor) 400m (Outdoor) 400m (Indoor)

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CHRIS MACHISAK C

2010 TRACK & FIELD Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Turned in a career-best time of 1:57 in the 800m at the North Texas Invitational...Placed second in the 800m at the Sooner Open with a time of 1:59.71. INDOOR: Clocked a season-best time of 2:00.41 in the 800m at the Texas Tech Invitational.

HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL Born May 13, 1991, in Fort Worth, Texas...Is the son of Mike and Christie Hemby...Has one brother...Majoring in criminal justice.

HEMBY’S PERSONAL BESTS 1:57

2/27/10

SE SENIOR, 2L // POLE VAULT NOVI, MICH. // MICHIGAN STATE UNIV. N 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 OU OUTDOOR: Scored one point at the Southland Conference Championships by tying for seventh Co with a vault of 4.62 meters...Recorded a vault of w 4.65 meters at the TCU Horned Frog Invitational. 4.6 INDOOR: Vaulted 4.60 meters at the Texas Tech Invitational.

PRIOR TO UTA Began collegiate career at Michigan State...Earned three letters at Novi High School, where he advanced to Michigan State meet.

PERSONAL Born Aug. 20, 1987...Son of John and Diane Machisak...Has two brothers...Majoring in interdisciplinary studies.

MACHISAK’S PERSONAL BESTS Pole Vault

JUAN LEWIS

3/19/10

ERIC MONTOU E

SENIOR, 1L // SPRINTS FREEPORT, BAHAMAS // SOUTHWESTERN CHRISTIAN COLL.

SO SOPHOMORE // DISTANCE FORT WORTH, TEX. // KELLER CENTRAL HS FO

2010 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Advanced to the NCAA West Region Preliminaries as the anchor leg of the 4x100 relay team...Helped the 4x100 relay team win at the Southland Conference Championships with a time of 40.13...Placed fifth in the 400m at the SLC Championships with a career-best time of 47.59...Also scored points by helping UTA to a fourth-place finish in the 4x400 relay...Responsible for 7.75 points at the SLC Championships...Also competed in the 200m at the SLC Championships...Finished second in the 200m at the North Texas Classic with a career-best time of 21.42...Helped the 4x100 relay team win the John Jacobs Invitational and finish second at the TCU Invitational... Also guided the 4x400 relay team to a first-place finish at the UTA Invitational. INDOOR: Scored 5.75 points at the SLC Championships by placing fifth in the 400m and finishing eighth in the 200m...Won the 400m at the Wichita State Shocker Quad with a time of 49.39...Turned in a season-best time of 48.11 in winning the 400m at the Texas Tech Invitational...Also turned in top 200m time of the season at the Texas Tech Invitational, clocking a 21.78...Part of the 4x440 relay team that finished second at the Sooner Open.

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2010 CROSS COUNTRY 20 Pr Produced team’s best showing at the NCAA South Central Regional by clocking a 32:37.50 in So the 10k...Finished third on team at the Southland th Conference meet...Turned in the team’s secondCo best performance at the Midwestern State Invitational...Placed third on team at the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islander Splash...Finished second on team at the McNeese State Cowboy Stampede...Turned in team’s second-best performance at the Chili Pepper Invitational.

2010 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Competed in the 1500m, 3000m, 5000m plus the 3000 Steeplechase...Finished second in the 3000m in the TCU Invitational with a personal-best time of 8:55.22...Competed in four meets. INDOOR: Competed in the 3000m and the mile run...Finished fourth in the 3000m at the Wichita State Shocker Quad with a season-best time of 8:56.87.

2011 UT Arlington Track and Field

Finished as the District 3-5A runner-up in the 400m...Won the district in the 800m and finished fourth in the regional meet as a senior...Set school record in the 400m with a time of 50.20 and the 800m with a time of 1:57.10...Qualified for the 3-5A Regional District cross country meet with a sixth-place finish in 2008.

800m

21.42 21.78 47.59 48.11

HIGH SCHOOL

PRIOR TO UTA

Qualified for regional meet...Won district title in 2008...Helped school to district championship in 2008...Earned four letters in track and field.

Was a member of the Southwestern Christian College track and field program...Career-best times were 21.3 in the 200m and 46.6 in the 400m.

Born Feb. 10, 1991...Has one sister...Majoring in history.

PERSONAL

MONTOU’S PERSONAL BESTS 3000m

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LIONEL MUNGWARI L SOPHOMORE, 1L // SPRINTS SO FO WORTH, TEX. // ST. GEORGE’S COLLEGE HS FORT

2011 UT Arlington Track and Field

2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 Ca Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Qualified sio fo for the NCAA West Region Preliminaries in the 100m, the long jump and as part of the 4x100 relay team... th Competed in the 100m, 200m, triple jump and long jump at the Southland Conference Championships...Scored in the long jump with a jump of 7.27 meters, the 100m with a time of 10.51 and the 200m with a time of 21.62...Placed fifth in the long jump, sixth in the 100m and seventh in the 200m...Finished by scoring 9 points at the SLC Championships...Turned in a season-best 100m time at the Northwestern State Invitational, where he clocked a 10.44 and qualified for the SLC Championships...Clocked a season-best 200m time of 21.61 in the SLC Championships preliminaries heat...Longest jump of the year was 7.39 meters at the Northwestern State Invitational...Season-best triple jump came at the North Texas Classic, where he finished with a jump of 14.09 meters...Finished second in the long jump at the TCU Invitational with a jump of 6.77 meters. INDOOR: Finished sixth in the SLC Championships with a season-best long jump of 7.11 meters...Placed eighth in the SLC Championships with a 14.64-meter triple jump...Scored 4 points at the SLC Championships...Finished second in the triple jump at the Wichita State Shocker Quad with a jump of 14.41 meters...Also competed in the 60m and 200m...Recorded season-best triple jump of 14.66 meters at the Texas Tech Invitational.

HIGH SCHOOL Finished third at the 2009 Penn Relays in the long jump (7.23 meters)... Track and field runner-up in three consecutive seasons...Played soccer and basketball in addition to competing in track and field.

PERSONAL Born January 21, 1990...Son of Caleb and Ruth Mungwari...Has one brother and one sister...Majoring in accounting...Participated in Christian Life Community, high school choir and the Acapella Group.

MUNGWARI’S PERSONAL BESTS 100m 200m Long Jump Triple Jump

10.44 21.61 7.39 14.66

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HIGH SCHOOL Semifinalist at the 2007 World Youth Championships...Was the Central American and Caribbean champion in 2007...Earned a fifth-place finish in the Pan-Am Junior Championships and set a national record of 13.79 in the 110m hurdles, earning a spot on the IAAF list...Career-best times included 10.87 in the 100m, 13.79 in the 110m hurdles and 21.59 in the 200m...Was a national champion as a junior and senior in the 110m hurdles...Named Central American Junior Champion for the 100m hurdles... Named Male Athlete of the Year in track and field by the CACAC.

PERSONAL Born October 13, 1990...Son of Renan and Xiomara Palma...Has two sisters...Majoring in international business.

PALMA’S PERSONAL BESTS 60m hurdles 110m hurdles 200m

8.15 14.29 21.57

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ANDREW PETTIS A SO SOPHOMORE, 1L // SPRINTS SAN ANTONIO, TEX. // ROOSEVELT HS SA 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 O OUTDOOR: Qualified for the NCAA West Region Preliminaries as part of the 4x100 relay team... Pr Helped the 4x100 relay team capture first at He the Southland Conference Championships and th at the John Jacobs Invitational...Also competed in the 100m and the 200m at the SLC Championships...Scored 2.5 points at the SLC Championships...Turned in a personal-best time of 10.76 in the 100m at the Northwestern State Invitational...Clocked a personal-best time of 21.77 in the 200m at the North Texas Classic...Also participated in the 4x400 relay. INDOOR: Qualified for the SLC Championships in the 60m and the 200m...Clocked a personal-best time of 7.05 in the 60m at the SLC Championships...Also ran a 7.05 at the Sooner Open...Ran the 60m six times, clocking times below 7.10 on four occasions...Ran a season-best time of 22.63 in the 200m at the Sooner Open.

HIGH SCHOOL Finished third in the 200m in the UIL State meet as a senior...Finished seventh in the 100m at the UIL State meet...Career-bests included 21.22 in the 200m and 10.61 in the 100m...Graduated in the top 20 percent of his class.

RENAN PALMA R

PERSONAL

SO SOPHOMORE, 1L // HURDLES SANTA TECLA, EL SALVADOR // DENVER SCHOOL SA

Born April 26, 1991...Son of Sylvester and Traci Pettis...Has one brother... Majoring in business.

PETTIS’ PERSONAL BESTS 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 Ca Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Advanced sio to the NCAA West Region Preliminaries in the 110m hurdles...Finished fourth in the 110m hurdles and hu eighth in the 200m at the Southland Conference Championships, turning in career-best times of 14.29 and 21.57, respectively...Scored 6 points at the SLC Championships...Finished runner-up in the TCU Invitational and the North Texas Classic in the 110m hurdles...Ran the 110m hurdles 10 times, recording sub-15.0 times on each occasion...Ran the 200m six times, clocking times of 22.19 or better on each attempt. INDOOR: Placed fifth in the 60m hurdles at the SLC Championships with a time of 8.18...Clocked a season-best time of 8.15 in the preliminaries at the SLC Championships...Scored 4 points at the SLC Championships...Won the 110m hurdles at the Wichita State Shocker Quad with a time of 8.29... Placed in the top 10 during each hurdles event.

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60m (Indoor) 100m (Outdoor) 200m (Outdoor) 200m (Indoor)

7.05 10.76 21.77 22.63

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ANTHONY RENE A SO SOPHOMORE, 1L // DISTANCE RICHARDSON, TEX. // PLANO EAST HS R

Ran in five meets during the season...Placed 18th at the TCU Season Opener with a time of 23:48...Competed at the SLC Championships.

2009 TRACK & FIELD 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 OU OUTDOOR: Scored at the Southland Conference Championships in the 800m by finishing sevCh en enth with a season-best time of 1:54.14, scoring 2 points…Ran anchor in the 4x400 relay team that po finished third at the TCU Invitational...Ran the 800m five times, clocking times of less than 1:57 in each run...Ran anchor for the 4x800 relay team twice, including at the Drake Relays. INDOOR: Competed in the 800m at the SLC Championships with a season-best time of 1:58.78... Ran the 800m four times, clocking times of less than 2:00 on three occasions...Qualified for the SLC Championships at the Sooner Indoor Open by clocking a 1:59.24 in the 800m.

OUTDOOR: Member of the 4x800 relay team that broke a 27-year-old program record at the Drake Relays with a time of 7:26.47...Finished third in the 800m at the SLC Championships with a time of 1:51.52...Turned in a personal-best time in the 800m by clocking a 1:50.67 at the TCU Invitational...In the 1500m, turned in a personal-best time of 4:09.08 at the Horned Frog Invitational. INDOOR: Ran the 800m and the Distance Medley Relay at the SLC Championships...Turned in a career-best indoor time in the 800m of 1:56.71 at the Texas A&M Invitational.

PRIOR TO UTA Earned All-Northern California Junior College honors at DeAnza Community College...Conference champ in the 800m at DeAnza with a personal-best time of 1:57.07...In high school, lettered in baseball twice.

2009 TRACK & FIELD PERSONAL Son of Daryl and Terri Rous...Father Daryl ran for Barton County Community College and Fort Hays State, earning All-American honors during the 1978 indoor season...Has a twin sister, Sarah, who dances professionally for Ballet San Jose...Majoring in broadcasting.

ROUS’ PERSONAL BESTS 800m 1500m

1:50.67 4:09.08

4/18/09 3/21/09

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PETER SAMUELS P

Regional qualifier in the 800m and the 4x400 relay...Also participated in the 400m...Finished third at the Texas State TAAF meet in the 800m... Three-year letterman in basketball

S SOPHOMORE // DISTANCE MESQUITE, TEXAS // NORTH MESQUITE HS M 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20

PERSONAL Born Sept. 21, 1990...Son of Raymond and Marie Rene...Has two brothers and a sister...Majoring in psychology.

RENE’S PERSONAL BESTS 800m

1:50.67

4/18/09

DARREN ROUS D SENIOR, 3L // MIDDLE DISTANCE SE FO WORTH, TEX. // DeANZA CC (CALIF.) FORT 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 O OUTDOOR: Competed in the 800m at the Bobby Lane Invitational. INDOOR: Competed in the Southland Conference Championships in the So 800m, recording a time of 1:59.83...Turned in a 80 season-best time of 1:55.57 in the 800m at the Wichita State Shocker Quad, where he finished second.

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O OUTDOOR: Competed in the Southland Conferen ence Championships in the 800m, clocking a seaso son-best time of 1:56.04...Turned in a season-best time in the 400m at the TCU Invitational where he tim ran a 49.42...Part of the 4x400 relay team. INDOOR: Competed in the SLC Championships in the 800m...Earned a season-best finish in the 800m at the Texas Tech Invitational with a 1:56.25...Ran the 800m in five times, clocking times of less than 1:59 each time.

PERSONAL Competed for North Mesquite High School...Born December 15, 1989... Is the son of Junior and Janette Panton...Has seven brothers and two sisters...Majoring in nursing.

SAMUELS’ PERSONAL BESTS 400m 800m

49.42 1:56.04

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OUTDOOR: Placed third in the SLC Championships in the 800m with a time of 1:51.52...Turned in a career-best time in the 400m with a 51.26 at the John Jacobs Invitational...Placed second in the TCU Invitational with a personal-best time of 1:50.67...Won the 800m at the John Jacobs Invitational with a time of 1:53.45...Placed third in the 800m at the Horned Frog Invitational with a time of 1:55.31. Ran the 1,500m twice with a best time of 4:09.08. INDOOR: Ran the 800m five times with a season-best time of 1:56.36 coming at the Houston Indoor for a second-place finish...Clocked times of less than 2:00 in four of five meets.

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IIVAN STORIC

SENIOR, 2L // DISTANCE BUDA, TEX. // HAYS CONSOLIDATED HS

SOPHOMORE, 1L // THROWS S B BELGRADE, SERBIA // SPORTS GYMNASIUM

2010 CROSS COUNTRY

2010 TRACK & FIELD 20

Earned team-best performances at the Midwestern State Invitational and the Chili Pepper Invitational... Had four top-20 performances...Placed 32nd at the Southland Conference Championships...Ran a 35:02.60 at the NCAA South Central Regional 10k to finish third on team.

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2010 TRACK & FIELD Capital One Bank/SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Competed in the Southland Conference Championships in the 1500m and the 3000 Steeplechase...Turned in a season-best time of 4:01.79 while scoring at the SLC Championships in the 1500m...Finished the 3000s in the SLC Championships with a time of 9:54.92...Won the 3000s at the North Texas Classic with a personal-best time of 9:43.70...Turned in a season-best time in the 800m at the John Jacobs Invitational (1:58.54). INDOOR: Part of the Distance Medley Relay team that placed third in the SLC Championships...Posted a season-best time of 1:57.65 in the 800m at the SLC Championships...Clocked a season-best time of 4:28.33 in the mile run at the Sooner Open.

OU OUTDOOR: Qualified for the Southland Championships in the javelin...Narrowly missed qualifying on fo for the regional meet while finishing fourth at the SLC Championships with a season-best throw of SL 64.47m (scored 5 points)...Placed third at the Northwestern State Invitational in the javelin with a toss of 64.35m...Finished second in the javelin at the TCU Invitational and at the North Texas Invitational with throws of 59.66m and 63.06m, respectively. INDOOR: Did not compete.

PRIOR TO UTA Attended Sports Gymnasium in Belgrade, Serbia.

PERSONAL Born January 7, 1990...Is the son of Marko and Bilana Storic...Has a sister, Anica...Majoring in business.

STORIC’S PERSONAL BESTS Javelin

64.47m

5/16/10

K KEVIN VASQUEZ

2009 CROSS COUNTRY Placed 14th at the TCU Season Opener with a time of 22:29...Competed at the SLC and NCAA South Central Regional Meets.

SOPHOMORE, 1L // DISTANCE SO BR BROWNSVILLE, TEX. // HANNA HS

2009 TRACK & FIELD Member of the 4x800 relay team that broke a 27-year-old school record with a time of 7:26.47 at the Drake Relays...Finished sixth at the SLC Championships in the 1500m with a personal-best time of 3:59.01... Posted a season-best 1:57.45 in the 800m at the Horned Frog Invitational...Won the 3000s at the John Jacobs Invitational with a time of 9:58.38. INDOOR: Finished sixth in the mile run at the SLC Championships with a personal-best time of 4:22.04...Clocking a personal-best time of 1:56.71 in the 800m at the Texas A&M Invitational.

2008 CROSS COUNTRY Finished sixth at the North Texas Season Opener...Competed at the SLC Championships and the NCAA South Central Regional.

2008 TRACK & FIELD Named to the Capital One/SLC Conference Commissioner’s Spring Academic Honor Roll. OUTDOOR: Clocked a personal-best time of 1:53.93 in the 800m preliminaries at the SLC Championships...Ran a 4:04.43 in the 1500m at the Rice Twilight meet...Ran at the SLC Championships and NCAA South Central Regional. INDOOR: Turned in a season-best time of 1:58.11 in the 800m at the SLC Championships.

2010 CROSS COUNTRY 20 Co Competed in six meets...Had best finish on team at the Chili Pepper Invitational (fourth for UTA) w with a time of 33:43.40.

2010 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Clocked a 4:28.03 in the 1500m at the North Texas Classic. INDOOR: Helped the Distance Medley Relay team to a sixth-place finish at the Texas Tech Invitational...Earned a top-10 finish in the mile run by running a 4:29.74 at the Wichita State Shocker Quad.

HIGH SCHOOL Won district championship in the 1600m as a senior...Finished third in the 800m and the 1600m in the district meet as a junior...As a freshman, finished runner-up in the district meet in the 800m.

PERSONAL Born November 7, 1990...Has two siblings...Majoring in kinesiology.

VASQUEZ’ PERSONAL BESTS Mile

4:29.74

2/6/10

HIGH SCHOOL Was a regional qualifier in the 800m and the 1600m...Finished second in the 800m and third in the 1600m in District 26-4A...Named to the Texas High School Coaches Association Academic All-State Football Team... Competed in cross country, powerlifting, football and track and field.

PERSONAL Born Dec. 17, 1988, in El Paso, Texas...Is the son of Robert and Penny Schwartzkopf...Majoring in biology.

SCHWARZKOPF’S PERSONAL BESTS 800m 1500m 3000s

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ZACK ZURA

SO SOPHOMORE, 1L // DISTANCE TOMBALL, TEX. // KLEIN OAK HS TO

SENIOR, 2L // DISTANCE WATAUGA, TEX. // HALTOM HS

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2010 TRACK & FIELD

Pl Placed second on team at the NCAA South Central Regional meet...Ranked first on team (24th tra ov overall) at the Southland Conference meet...Finished ninth at the McNeese State Cowboy Stamish pede (best on team)...Team’s top finisher at the UTA Season Opener and the Texas A&M-CC Islander Splash...Finished fourth on team at the Midwestern State Invitational.

2010 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Placed 10th at the SLC Championships in the 10000m with a time of 32:43.08, scoring one point...Also competed in the 5000m... Clocked a season-best time of 4:07.75 in the 1,500m at the John Jacobs Invitational. INDOOR: Placed fourth with a season-best 9:04.66 in the 3000m at the Sooner Open...Ran the mile in 4:35.25 at the Wichita State Shocker Quad.

OUTDOOR: Turned in a career-best time of 9:52.16 in the 3000 Steeplechase at the Southland Conference Championships...Placed fourth in the 3000s at the North Texas Classic. INDOOR: Ran a seasonbest 9:12.06 in the 3000m at the Wichita State Shocker Quad.

2009 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Recorded a season-best time of 4:21.22 in the 1500m at the Horned Frog Invitational and finished third in the 3000s with a season-best time of 10:07.12. INDOOR: Ran a season-best 9:05.74 in the 3000m at the Razorback Invitational.

2008 CROSS COUNTRY Earned two top-15 finishes at North Texas meets...Competed in the SLC meet and the NCAA Regional meet.

2008 TRACK & FIELD

Placed ninth at the TCU Season Opener with a time of 21:57...Earned a top20 finish at the Ken Garland Invitational by clocking a 26:57 in the 8k.

OUTDOOR: Turned in a personal-best time of 4:09.58 in the 1500m at the UTA Invitational. INDOOR: Competed in the 3000m and turned in a season-best time of 9:00.91 at the SLC Championships.

HIGH SCHOOL Earned three letters each in track and cross country...Earned all-district honors three times and all-region once...Two-time district champion.

PERSONAL Born December 6, 1990...Has two sisters...Majoring in kinesiology.

WIDENER’S PERSONAL BESTS 1500m 3000m (Indoor) 10000m

4:07.75 9:04.66 32:43.08

HIGH SCHOOL Finished 28th at the Region I Cross Country Championship as a senior... Placed 82nd at regionals as a junior and 105th as a freshman...Personal-best times were: 4:33 in the 1600m, 9:44 in the 3200m, 2:05 in the 800m, 16:07 in the 5K and 15:14 in the 3-mile run.

PERSONAL 3/27/10 2/20/10 5/15/10

Born April 6, 1989, in Wisconsin...Is the son of Perry and Kathy Askins... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies.

ZURA’S PERSONAL BESTS 3000s 3000m 1500m

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9:52.16 9:00.91 4:09.58

5/16/10 2/24/08 5/3/08

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ANTHONY HILLIMAN A

FRESHMAN // MULTIS F C COPPELL, TEX. // COPPELL HS

FR FRESHMAN // DISTANCE SAGINAW, TEX. // SAGINAW HS SA

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PROSPECTUS PR

Ac Accomplished distance runner in high school has some experience in field events...Athletic ability so inspired coaches to move him to the decathlon. in

Ta Talented distance runner gives UT Arlington a little more depth at the position...Has potential to lit score in the conference meet as a freshman. sc

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HIGH SCHOOL

Named “Most Talented” on cross country team and top track runner in 2010...Ran a personal-best 1:56.65 to finish fourth at the District 6-5A Meet...Other personal bests include 16:48 in the 5000m.

Named high school’s Track & Field/Cross Country Athlete of the Year... Qualified for regional meet in the 800m and 1600m as a junior...District champion in the 800m as a senior...Also qualified for the state meet... Placed fourth at the state meet in the 1600m, recording a personalbest time of 4:18.42...Other personal records include 1:58.35 in the 800m, 4:30.29 in the mile, 10:50.02 in the 3200m, 16:34 in the 3-mile and 17:57.33 in the 5000m.

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PERSONAL Born Aug. 20, 1991, in Dallas, Texas...Is the son of Gregg and Susan Frnka...Part of the Junior Engineering and Technical Society as well as the National Technical Honor Society...Majoring in engineering.

PERSONAL

AVERY HARTWELL A FRESHMAN // SPRINTS/DISTANCE FR M MISSOURI CITY, TEX. // HIGHTOWER HS

Earned Award of Excellence in English in high school...Part of the National Honor Society in high school...Born Jan. 22, 1992, in Fort Knox, Kan....Is the son of Colin and Marilyn Hilliman...Majoring in kinesiology.

CASEY KEETER C SE SENIOR // THROWS OLNEY, TEX. // TARLETON STATE UNIV. O

PROSPECTUS PR Co Could come in and provide depth in different spots...Versatility might create opportunities to sp help as a freshman. he

PROSPECTUS PR Ta Talented thrower gives UT Arlington chances to score in multiple field events at the Southland sc Conference Championships this year. Co

HIGH SCHOOL Finished seventh in district meet in 800m with a time of 2:05...Personal-best in 400m was 50.25...Named Most Improved Athlete in high school...Struggled through a hamstring injury as a high-school senior.

PERSONAL Born Nov. 24, 1992, in Houston, Texas...Is the son of Decebian and Ursula Hartwell...Majoring in film...Part of National Honor Society in high school...Part of Student Council in high school.

PRIOR TO UTA Competed in track and field at Tarleton State...At Olney High School, lettered in track and field, football, baseball, powerlifting, tennis and band...Made all-state once and all-region three times in the shot put... All-state tuba player...All-state offensive lineman in football...All-region honorable mention twice in powerlifting...Top throws include 54-9 feet in shot put, 169-8 feet in discus and 144-0 feet in the hammer toss.

GABRIEL HILLIARD G

PERSONAL

FR FRESHMAN // JUMPS/SPRINTS CONVERSE, TEX. // JUDSON HS CO

Born August 6, 1989 in Atlanta, Ga....Son of Ron and Jana Keeter...Has one sister...Member of the FCA...Majoring in interdisciplinary studies.

PROSPECTUS PR

R ROMAIN MARTIN

Pr Productive high-school triple jumper could immediately come in and give UT Arlington a presm ence in the field event...Could help in sprints. en

FR FRESHMAN // MULTIS LE MANS, FRANCE // EGC DU MAINE PROSPECTUS PR

HIGH SCHOOL Two-time district and regional champion in the triple jump...Two-time 5A state qualifier in the triple jump, finishing sixth in one meet and third in the other...Two-time all-region track team member...Won the region and finished fourth in the state meet in 4x100 Relay...Personal best in triple jump is 47-3.75...Voted most athletic male.

PERSONAL Born Aug. 26, 1992, in Augsburg, Germany...Is the son of Michael and Darleen Hilliard...Majoring in exercise science.

Su Success on international stage gives coaches ho hope that Martin could make a run at the NCAA meet this year. m

BEFORE UTA Finished second in a U23 international decathlon competition, earning 7,294 points against athletes from Spain, France, England, Italy and Switzerland in 2010...Earned 5,439 points in a heptathlon in an international competition...Personal best in high jump is 6-9...Personal best in javelin is 203.0 feet.

PERSONAL Born July 12, 1988, in Le Mans, France...Is the son of Daniel and Joselle Martin...Majoring in business administration.

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BRANKO PETROVIC B

AARON PURSER A

FR FRESHMAN // THROWS BELGRADE, SERBIA // ZEMUNSKA B

FR FRESHMAN // DISTANCE PLANO, TEX. // EAST HS P

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Pl Placed fifth on team at the Southland Conference meet...Finished fourth on team at the Midwestm er ern State Invitational and the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islander Splash. Ch

BEFORE UTA Won a state championship in the junior national championships in 2008... Personal record in the shot put is 55-10.

PERSONAL Born March 3, 1989, in Belgrade, Serbia...Is the son of Milen and Jadranka Petrovic...Majoring in business.

HIGH SCHOOL Recorded two top-15 finishes in the Region 1-5A meet...Finished 13th in the 3200m, running a 10:04.41...Clocked a 4:30.72 in the 1600m, finishing ninth...Set a new personal-best time in the 1600m with a 4:24.53 in the District 8-5A Meet...Set another individual record at the district meet with a 9:41.90 in the 3200m...Personal record in the 3-mile is 16:22.00.

PERSONAL Is an Eagle Scout...Born July 3, 1992, in Plano, Texas...Is the son of Steve and Sue Purser...Majoring in art.

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FR FRESHMAN // DISTANCE DALLAS, TEX. // SKYLINE HS D

Al Along with Jeff Rodriguez, gives the Mavericks a chance to have multiple point-scorers in the pole ch vault at the SLC Championships. va

2010 CROSS COUNTRY 20 HIGH SCHOOL Qualified for regional meet in junior and senior seasons, recording a personal-best 15-6 vault as a senior...Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Ra fourth-best time on team at the Southland Ran Conference Meet...Finished third on team at the Co Midwestern State Invitational and the UTA SeaM son Opener...Placed fifth at the Texas A&M-Corso pus Christi Islander Splash.

PERSONAL Born May 13, 1991, in Okarche, Okla....Is the son of Hugh and Shanna Piatt...Father played basketball at Southen Nazarene...Mother played tennis at Southern Nazarene...Sister Kaylee Piatt is a setter in volleyball for Lamar...Majoring in mechanical engineering.

JJAKE POWERS FR FRESHMAN // DISTANCE FORT WORTH, TEX. // NORTH CROWLEY HS FO 2010 CROSS COUNTRY 20 Co Competed in the UTA Season Opener, finishing 44th by running the 4-mile track in 24:52.20 in 44 lone collegiate event. lo

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HIGH SCHOOL Recorded personal-best times in top-15 finishes at the Region 2-5A meet...Ran a 4:31.46 in the 1600m and a 9:36.15 in the 3200m...Record times in the 2-mile and 3-mile are 9:58.79 and 16:25.40, respectively... Named team captain of Skyline cross country team twice.

PERSONAL Born Nov. 23, 1991, in Dallas, Texas...Is the son of Rigoberto Rayo and Elda Favela...Majoring in computer science engineering...Participated in Aviation Club and show choir in high school.

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Qualified for regional meet in 2006 and 2007 ... Recorded a personalbest 10:57.68 in the 3200m at the Bev Humphries Pre-District Tune Up ... Also earned an individual-best in the 1600m with a 4:53.99 at the Arlington Bowie Relays ... Other best times include 4:38 in the mile, 10:47 in the 2-mile and 17:08 in a cross country event.

PERSONAL Born Aug. 19, 1991, in Fort Worth, Texas...Is the son of Marc and Lynn Powers...Majoring in business administration.

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JJEFF RODRIGUEZ RS SOPHOMORE // POLE VAULT FORT WORTH, TEX. // FOSSIL RIDGE HS FO

PERSONAL Born Feb. 7, 1992, in Houston, Texas...Is the son of Johnny Todd and Aundrea Green...Eighth of 10 children...Majoring in civil engineering... Part of High Velocity in summer track and Fort Bend Flyers in indoor track.

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FR FRESHMAN // SPRINTS CONVERSE, TEX. // JUDSON HS CO

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Recorded a 17-4.5 unattached to a university...Placed second at the 2008 USATF Junior Olympics national meet...Finished third in Texas state meet during the 2008 season...Won Regional championship as a senior that year...Placed first in the district championships all four seasons at Fossil Ridge...Top performance was 16-6.5 in high school... Earned four letters in track and two in football.

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PERSONAL Born March 10, 1990, in Arlington, Texas...Is the son of George and Lisa Rodriguez...Father, George, held pole vault record at North Texas for 20 years...Undeclared major...Member of the Texas Pole Vault & Elite Sportz Complex.

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PROSPECTUS PR Hi Highly touted sprinter who coaches expect to contribute immediately...Coaches say he has poco tential to be SLC contender. te

HIGH SCHOOL Qualified for the state meet in the 200m as a senior...Also qualified for the state meet in the 4x100 in 2008, 2009 and 2010...Personal records include 21.34 in the 200m and 10.44 in the 100m.

PERSONAL Born May 15, 1992, in Sulphur Springs, Texas...Is the son of Chris Vaughn and Melanie Pride...Father played football at Tulsa...Majoring in business.

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FR FRESHMAN // SPRINTS SAN ANTONIO, TEX. // JOHNSON HS SA

RS FRESHMAN // JUMPS R AR ARLINGTON, TEX. // MIDWESTERN STATE UNIV.

PROSPECTUS PR In Intelligent athlete might provide depth on relay teams. Could develop into someone counted on te to qualify for the conference meet.

PROSPECTUS PR At Athletic redshirt freshman hopes to provide UTA with depth in the jumps, specifically long jump w and triple jump. an

HIGH SCHOOL Competed in state championships in 5-6A meet as member of 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams...Won Region 4 title in the 4x200...Peronal best in 100m was 10.80...Finished second in 200m at the South San Invitational with an individual-best time of 21.94...Recorded a personal-best high jump of 6-4.

PERSONAL Born July 26, 1992, in Fort Hood, Texas...Is the son of Roy Rucker Sr. and Tammy Woods...Majoring in architecture...Member of the National Honor Society...Honor student in high school.

BEFORE UTA Went to play football for Midwestern State before transferring to UT Arlington...Won district championship in the triple jump in 2009 and qualified for the regional meet...Career-bests include 47-3 in the triple jump and 22-3 in the long jump...At Arlington Bowie, earned two letters in track and two in football.

PERSONAL Born April 24, 1991, in Thibodaux, La...Is the son of Christopher Williams and Perna Johnson...Father ran track for Southern University...Majoring in environmental science...Part of the National Honor Society.

JJONATHAN TODD

JJOSEPH WILLIAMS

FR FRESHMAN // HURDLES/SPRINTS SUGARLAND, TEX. // LAMAR CONSOLIDATED HS SU

FR FRESHMAN // SPRINTS AMARILLO, TEX. // HIGHLAND PARK HS A

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Placed fifth in the Region 3-4A Meet by running a 39.71 in the 300h... Finished third in the Texas A&M HS Invitational by running a 54.61 in the 400m...Pesonal records include 15.74 in the 110h, 23.38 in the 200m, 38.60 in the 300h, 48.70 in the 400m and 20:27.90 in the 5000m...Placed third in the national Junior Olympics in the 300h in 2009...Named Academic All-State in 2009 and ‘10.

Personal records include 48.74 in the 400m 21.93, in the 200m and 19:50.40 in the 3-mile...Four-year letterwinner in track and basketball.

PERSONAL Born Oct. 15, 1992...Is the son of Kalor Williams Sr. and Lila Franklin... Majoring in architecture.

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2011 SEASON PREVIEW Over his 17 years coaching the UT Arlington women’s program, UTA head coach John Sauerhage has prided himself on reloading rather than rebuilding. That proving ground presents itself again in the 2011 season. The Mavericks lost Jasmine Walls and Antonia Hopkins. That duo collectively won the 100m, 200m and 400m at the Southland Conference Outdoor Championships last season.

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Winning the SLC title will be difficult considering all the talent the team must replace, but Sauerhage thinks his team can give defending champ Stephen F. Austin a strong push. “We were runner-up last year in indoor and outdoor with the women,” Sauerhage said. “We feel like that would be a mild disappointment if we repeated as runners-up. We’ve got to challenge SFA. It’s time to break through.” The youth movement is in full force and, for UT Arlington, that’s not a bad thing. Shannon Reynolds returns after being named Indoor and Outdoor SLC Freshman of the Year. She qualified for the NCAA West Region Preliminaries in the 100m and the 200m last season after finishing third and second in the SLC Outdoor Championships a year ago. With Walls gone now, Reynolds is a favorite to win both events. Even before Emily Koenig competes in her first collegiate track and field meet she is already a proven commodity. Koenig became the first runner in SLC history to win Freshman of the Year and Athlete of the Year in the same cross country season. She won the SLC meet, giving Sauerhage high expectations for his freshman in the 10000m and the 5000m in track this year. “What she’s been able to do as a freshman is just remarkable,” Sauerhage said. “The best part is, the longer the race goes the better she gets.” Sprints coach Jordan Durham said she thinks Pam Vinson and Brianna Baldwin have the potential to give UT Arlington a repeat in the Freshman of the Year slot. Vinson will compete in the 100m and the 200m. Baldwin should contend for the 400m title. “Breonna ran a 55 outdoor, which is faster than any people we have returning in the 400m,” Durham said. “We’re looking for her to score high in the Southland Conference meet. We’re looking for her to do very well and Pam to be there to be right there behind Shannon. I want her to score very well in the 60m and the 200m. I can’t see any freshman coming in and doing anything better than that. There’s a good possibility that Pam might be on the 4x400 because she’s so strong. We can put her anywhere.” Brittany Culbertson and DeAndrea Smith give the Mavericks the potential for multiple point-scorers in virtually every sprinting event. Both athletes scored in the 400m at the SLC Outdoor Championships last year. Dorrie Thompson is also back after sitting out last year. She is a versatile sprinter capable of helping in two or more of the events. “We’re very confident about our women’s dominance in the sprints,” Sauerhage said. “We have not taken a hit to graduation. We’ve reloaded

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in sprints.” The sprint relay teams are loaded as well. The 4x400 relay team advanced to the first round of the NCAA Tournament last year and returns key components from the group, including Culbertson and Megan Turner. Despite losing Walls, the 4x100 relay should be strong again as well. Reynolds, Vinson and Culbertson will headline the group that finished second last season and aims to claim the top spot at the 2011 Southland Conference Outdoor Championships. Koenig certainly points the Mavs in the right direction in the distance events as well with real opportunities to win the 5000m as well as the 10000m.

Brittany Culbertson will be key for the Mavericks this year in the 400m and the relay events.

Esther Abuto finished second in the 800m and should be a strong challenger for the conference title again in 2011. Distance runners Amanda McMahon, Jennifer Carey and Perri Ford have all proven themselves capable of scoring points at the SLC Championships. McMahon has scored in conference meets nine times in her career. She has competed in several events, but specializes in the 1500m and the mile. Ford and Carey give the Mavericks two more point-scorers in the 800m. Carey could help in the 1500m as well. Marissa Paz and Lindsey Putman provide more depth in the distance events. The biggest difference between this year and last could come on the field side of the meets. Field coach Brandon Berger has more to work with this season thanks to some key additions. He also brings back some talented, proven athletes, led by Turner. As a junior last year, Turner finished third in the SLC Outdoor Championships in the 400m hurdles, qualifying for the NCAA West Regional Preliminaries in the process. She is the program-record holder in the 600m hurdles. Sauerhage said she might also get a look in the 100m hurdles if nobody else seizes the spot. A new addition, however, should come in and make an immediate impact. Destinee Nixon transferred into UT Arlington having spent the last three years at Abilene Christian University. Nixon, a senior, is a five-time All-American. She struggled with injuries

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UTA added Marniqua Johnson and Courtney Blacknall. Both are expected to compete to score points in the high jump. “They should both be top-five and might be top-three,” Berger said. “We could go from zero points to double-digit points in that.” Johnson is expected to compete in the long jump and the triple jump in addition to the high jump as well. Jennifer Brown and Eld-hah Kaswatuka have scored in the triple jump in the past and could do so again this season.

Throws have proven problematic for UT Arlington recently. Freshman Samantha Little gives the team its best chance to score points.

Sauerhage’s team has enjoyed off-the-track success as well. In 2010, UT Arlington women’s track program was one of 151 institutions to be named to the USTFCCCA Division I All-Academic Track and Field teams. More than 20 student-athletes on the women’s team registered a GPA above 3.0 while the team combined for a 3.16 overall GPA through the winter 2010 term. Individually, Turner and Culbertson were also recognized by the USTFCCCA. Both were selected to the 2010 USTFCCCA All-Academic Track and Field Team. Turner finished the season with a 3.42 GPA in finance while Culbertson wrapped up her junior year with a 3.88 GPA in kinesiology.

Brookeana Witt and Raquel Kilgore are expected to compete in the heptathlon. The Mavs are hopeful one of them can score points in the event.

In order to receive the distinction, an institution must have a cumulative team GPA of 3.0 or better. Now the team hopes to duplicate its classroom success while taking the next step in the conference.

Esther Abuto returns after finishing second in the 800m at the Southland Conference Outdoor Championships last year.

Sauerhage is confident his team will not fall back in terms of overall talent level. Whether his team can continue to compete at the same level, however, will depend on how quickly some of the fresh faces can adapt to collegiate competition.

UTA Point Scorers in SLC Meets in 2010 INDOOR Event 60m 60m 200m 200m 200m 400m 400m 400m 400m 800m 800m 800m 800m Mile Mile 3000m 5000m 4x440yd DMR Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Triple Jump

Athlete Jasmine Walls Shannon Reynolds Jasmine Walls Antonia Hopkins Shannon Reynolds Antonia Hopkins DeAndrea Smith Megan Turner Brittany Culbertson Kisha Gaspard Perri Ford Jennifer Carey Marissa Paz Amanda McMahon Caroline Erlingson Jerono Patrober Jerono Patrober Smith, Walls, Turner, Hopkins Mose, Culbertson, Ford, Carey Lauren Marks Jennifer Brown Eld-hah Kaswatuka Jennifer Brown

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OUTDOOR Place 1st 4th 1st 2nd 4th 1st 2nd 5th 6th 2nd 4th 6th 8th 5th 7th 6th 3rd 2nd 2nd 6th 5th 6th 8th

Points Scored 10 5 10 8 5 10 8 4 3 8 5 3 1 4 2 3 6 8 8 3 4 3 1

Event 100m 100m 200m 200m 400m 400m 800m 800m 800m 1500m 5000m 10000m 400h 4x100 Relay 4x400 Long Jump Triple Jump

Athlete Jasmine Walls Shannon Reynolds Jasmine Walls Shannon Reynolds Antonia Hopkins DeAndrea Smith Esther Abuto Kisha Gaspard Jennifer Carey Amanda McMahon Jerono Patrober Jerono Patrober Megan Turner Smith, Walls, Reynolds, Culbertson Smith, Culbertson, Hopkins, Turner Andie Guerra Jennifer Brown

Place 1st 3rd 1st 2nd 1st 6th 2nd 5th 6th 5th 3rd 6th 3rd 2nd 1st 7th 8th

Points Scored 10 6 10 8 10 3 8 4 3 4 6 3 6 8 10 2 1

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“Samantha Little is a freshman and she will be a project,” Berger said. “I think with a little work she could help us out in the discus. Shot put may take a little bit more time but with some adjustments she should be able to help us out in both throws.”

Pole vaulters Samantha Nash and Lauren Marks have both scored in SLC meets. If they become more consistent, the Mavs could have two point-scorers in the event.

The biggest hope on the field events comes from the jumps.

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SHANNON REYNOLDS SOPHOMORE, 1L // SPRINTS SAN ANTONIO, TEX. // ROOSEVELT HS * 2010 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE INDOOR FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR * 2010 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE OUTDOOR FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR * 2010 NCAA WEST REGION QUALIFIER - 100M, 200M

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2010 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Garnered Southland Conference Outdoor Freshman of the Year honors…Qualified for the NCAA Division I West Region Preliminaries in the 100m and 200m…Ran a career-best 11.70 in the 100m at the Southland Conference Championships, finishing in third place…Also placed second in the 200m at the SLC Championships...Ran a career-best 23.70 in the 200m preliminaries at the NCAA West Region Prelims… Finshed runner-up in the 100m prelims with a 11.72 at the SLC Outdoor Championships…Ran third leg on season-best (45.72) 4x100m relay team at the SLC Championships, where her relay team finished second…Scored 16 points at the SLC Championships...Ran third leg on a season-best (3:45.97) 4x400m relay team that won at the Northwestern State Invitational... Recorded times of 24.48 and 24.71 in the TCU Invitational and the North Texas Classic, respectively...Ran the 100m in under 12 seconds five times in seven attempts. INDOOR: Named the SLC Indoor Freshman of the Year…Qualified for the conference meet in the 60m and 200m…Ran a career-best 7.58 in the 60m preliminaries of the SLC Championships and finished fourth in the finals…Placed fourth in the 200m finals (25.16)… Scored 10 points at the SLC Championships...Finished third in 60m the finals (7.70) at the Wichita State Shocker Quad…Also placed third in the 200m at the Wichita State Shocker Quad, running a 25.35...Ran a career-best 24.83 in the 200m at the Texas A&M Invitational…Ran second leg of team’s first-place 4x400m relay at the Wichita State Shocker Quad.

HIGH SCHOOL Reynolds was a four-year letterwinner in track and field... Jumped 16-8 in the long jump...Recorded a time of 24.24 in the 200m dash...Currently holds the school record in the 4x200...Finished third in state.

PERSONAL Born September 25, 1990...Is the daughter of Herburt Burton and Paticia Reynolds...Has one brother and one sister...Majorining in medical technology.

REYNOLDS’ PERSONAL BESTS 60m (Indoor) 200m (Indoor) 100m (Outdoor) 200m (Outdoor)

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AMANDA MCMAHON SENIOR, 2L // DISTANCE LEAGUE CITY, TEX. // LEAGUE CITY HS * TWO-TIME T CAPITAL ONE/SLC COMMISSIONER’S ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL * FOUR-TIME POINT SCORER AT SLC OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS * FIVE-TIME POINT SCORER AT SLC INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

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2010 CROSS COUNTRY Finished with team’s second-best time at the NCAA South Central Regional by running the 10k course in 22:35.10 to finish 78th overall... Ranked third among team at the Southland Conference meet, placing 24th overall with a time of 22:48.40 on the 8k course...Finished second on team at the Midwestern State Invitational, UTA Season Opener, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islander Splash and the McNeese State Cowboy Stampede...Finished third on team at the Chili Pepper Invitational... Earned top-10 finishes at the Midwestern State Invitational (fourth), the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islander Splash (eighth) and the McNeese State Cowboy Stampede (sixth).

2008 CROSS COUNTRY Placed 32nd at the SLC meet with a time of 23:49...UTA’s top finisher at the NCAA South Central Regional with a time of 23:28.0...Top finish came at the North Texas Invitational where she took third with a time of 18:43.1.

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Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Scored 4 points at the Southland Conference Championships in the 1500m by placing fifth with a time of 4:46.40... Also competed in the 5000m at the SLC Championships...Turned in a season-best time of 4:42.07 in the 1500m at the Mt. Sac Relays...Clocked a season-best time of 18:29.75 at the Northwestern State Invitational, where she finished second...Placed third in the 3000 Steeplechase at the North Texas Classic by running an 11:52.00...Ran the 1500m five times, clocking sub-4:50 times each time. INDOOR: Placed fourth in the mile (season-best time of 5:04.42) at the SLC Championships to score four points...Helped the Distance Medley Relay team place second at the SLC Championships...Also competed in the 3000m at the SLC Championships...Turned in third-place finishes at the Sooner Open and the Wichita State Shocker Quad in the mile run with times of 5:07.73 and 5:04.65, respectively...Placed third in the 3000m at the Wichita State Shocker Quad with a season-best time of 10:30.76.

Capital One/SLC Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Finished ninth in the 1500m at the SLC Championships with a time of 4:53.11...Ran a season-best time of 4:47.64 in the 1500m at the Texas Relays. INDOOR: Competed in the 3000m at the SLC Championships, recording a season-best time of 10:35.21...Helped the DMR team place fifth at the SLC Championships.

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Born March 29, 1989, in Galveston, Texas...Is the daughter of Eugene and Paula McMahon...Majoring in advertising.

Placed 19th at the SLC meet with a time of 21:57...Led the Mavericks with a 45th-place showing at the NCAA South Central Regional... Earned a ninth-place finish at the TCU Season Opener with a time of 11:54...Finished 11th at the Ken Garland Invitational with a time of 18:49...Ran in six meets.

2009 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Finished seventh in the 1500m at the SLC Championships with a time of 4:46.74...Placed fourth at the SLC Championships in the 3000s with a career-best time of 11:30.74...Also competed in the 5000m at the SLC Championships...Turned in a career-best time of 4:36.93 in the 1500m, finishing second in a preliminary heat at the Texas Relays... Finished second in the 1500m at the Horned Frog Invitational with a time of 4:44.43...Notched a season-best time in the 3000m with a time of 10:22.85 during a fourth-place finish at the TCU Invitational. INDOOR: Scored in three events at the SLC Championships...Finished third in the mile run with a career-best time of 5:04.42 at the SLC Cham-

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pionships...Placed fourth at the SLC Championships in the 3000m with a career-best time of 10:19.50...Was part of the DMR team that took second at the SLC Championships...Clocked a time of 10:21.82 in the 3000m at the Houston Indoor...Also finished the mile run in 5:08.23 at the Texas A&M Invitational.

2007 CROSS COUNTRY Finished 42nd at the SLC meet with a time of 23:30...Season-best finish came at the UT Arlington Invitational.

HIGH SCHOOL Team MVP in 2004...Named team captain as a senior...Personal-best times included 5:19 in the 1600m and 11:47 in the 3200m...Lettered in cross country, track and field and basketball.

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MCMAHON’S PERSONAL BESTS 1500m Mile Run 3000m 3000s

4:36.93 5:04.42 10:19.50 11:30.74

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MEGAN TURNER SENIOR, 2L // SPRINTS, HURDLES WICHITA, KAN. // BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE (KAN.)

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* 2010 NCAA QUALIFIER - 400M HURDLES * UT ARLINGTON RECORD-HOLDER - 600M, 1:25.34 * FOURTH ALL-TIME IN UTA OUTDOOR HISTORY 400M HURDLES - 1:01.11 * USTFCCCA 2010 DIVISION I TRACK & FIELD ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM * 2010 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM * CAPITAL ONE BANK/SLC COMMISSIONER’S HONOR ROLL

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Named as a USTFCCCA 2010 Division I Track & Field All-Academic Honoree…2010 Southland Conference All-Academic Team recipient…Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll honoree. OUTDOOR: Improved to fourth all-time in UTA history with her career-best time of 1:01.11 in the 400m hurdles at the Southland Conference Championships, surpassing Susan Carter… Placed third in the SLC Championships in the 400 hurdles...Advanced to the NCAA Division I West Region Prelims in the 400m hurdles and 4x400m relay…Turned in a strong performance at the SLC Championships where she ran anchor and helped the 4x400m relay team defend their title with their season-best 3:41.14 time…Scored 8.5 points at the SLC Championships as part of the women’s second-place finish...Part of the 4x400m relay team that captured three first place performances, at the TCU Invitational, the Northwestern State Invitational and the SLC Championships…Finished runner-up in the 400m hurdles at the Northwestern State Invite with a time of 1:03.97...Finished third in the 400m hurdles at the North Texas Classic...Clocked a 1:01.86 in the 400m hurdles at the Texas Relays...Also ran the 400m hurdles in 1:03.52 at the John Jacobs Invitational. INDOOR: Broke UT Arlington’s all-time record in the 600m (previously held by Brenna O’Dell) by clocking a time of 1:25.34 to win the event at the Sooner Indoor Open…Advanced to the SLC Championships in the 400m and 4x440m relay…Placed fifth in the 400m finals with a time of 57.91… Totaled 6 points at the SLC Championships for the women’s secondplace finish...Ran anchor in team’s first-place finish in the 4x440Y with a time of 3:53.17 at the Wichita State Shocker Quad...Ran a 57.86 at the Texas A&M Invitational.

Earned four letters in track at Mulvane High School...Made appearances in the state meet each year...Set school records in the 200m (26.6) and the 400m (59.4)...Qualified in the 400m for the state meet in her last two years...Earned four letters in basketball and two in volleyball and cheerleading...Earned cheerleading All-American honors twice.

PERSONAL Born Oct. 17, 1987...Daughter of Michael Turner and Susan Rowl...Has three sisters and a brother...Member of the dean’s list all four semesters at Butler CC...Majoring in accounting.

TURNER’S PERSONAL BESTS 400m hurdles (Outdoor) 600m (Indoor)

1:01.11 1:25.34

5/16/10 2/20/10

2009 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Placed third in the 400m hurdles at the Mean Green Invitational with a time of 1.03.14...Recorded a season-best time of 1:02.87 in the 400m hurdles at the SLC Championships...Ran a 1:03.63 in the John Jacobs Invitational...Also clocked a 1:04.44 and 1:05.02 in the TCU Invitational and the Horned Frog Invitational. INDOOR: Took first place in the 400m at the Houston Indoor Meet posting a time of 59.92...Member of the 4x400 relay team that broke a 15-year-old school record with a time of 3:45.98 at the Texas A&M Invitational...Turned in a seasonbest time of 59.25 in the 400m at the SLC Championships...Ran a 26.83 in the 200m at the Houston Indoor...Clocked a 59.81 in the 400m at the Razorback Invitational...Helped UTA finish second in the SLC Championships in the 4x400m relay.

BEFORE UTA Ran at Butler Community College (Kansas)...2008 regional indoor champion in the 600m...In 2007, was a regional indoor champion in the 600m (1:29.00) and in the outdoor 400m hurdles and the 4 x 400 relay...Finished as a regional indoor runner-up in the 4 x 400.

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EMILY KOENIG FRESHMAN, HS // DISTANCE TEMPLE, TEX. // ACADEMY HS * 2010 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR - CROSS COUNTRY * 2010 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FEMALE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR - CROSS COUNTRY * 2010 NCAA REGIONAL QUALIFIER - CROSS COUNTRY * WON W FOUR OF SEVEN CROSS COUNTRY MEETS AS A FRESHMAN

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2010 CROSS COUNTRY Became the first athlete in Southland Conference history to win Female Athlete of the Year and Female Freshman of the Year in the same season...Placed 21st in the NCAA South Central Regional Meet (10k) with a time of 21:18.60...Became the first UT Arlington woman to win an individual cross country title since Frida Rosenberg did so in 1995...Won the 8k SLC Championship meet with a time of 21:30.30... Is the third UT Arlington runner to win an individual SLC championship...Placed 23rd by clocking a 17:28.39 in the 10k at the Chili Pepper Invitational, marking the best finish a UT Arlington athlete has ever recorded...Won the McNeese State Cowboy Stampede by clocking a 17:40.62 in the 5k...Led UT Arlington to win the McNeese State Cowboy Stampede...Won the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islander Splash by finishing in 17:45 on the 3-mile track...Team finished second at the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islander Splash behind her first-place showing...Finished fifth by running the 2-mile track in 11:28.93 at the UTA Season Opener, helping the team finish third...In her first collegiate meet, won the Midwestern State Invitational by clocking a 14:31.88... Guided the Mavericks to a third-place finish at the Midwestern State Invitational.

HIGH SCHOOL Named Texas 1A-3A Track Athlete of the Year...Four-time all-state performer in track and cross country...Won back-to-back 2A state championships in the 3200m...Finished runner-up in the 2A cross country state meet in 2009...Also finished runner-up in the 1600m final as a senior... Placed fifth in the state meet in the 800m after winning the region meet as a junior...Set school record in 3200m (11:02) and 1600m (5:07).

PERSONAL Born Jan. 21, 1992, in Temple, Texas...Is the daughter of Melvin and Connie Koenig...Cousin, Kristi Koenig-Babb, ran at UT Arlington from 1996-2000...Majoring in nursing.

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ESTHER ABUTO SENIOR, 2L // MIDDLE DISTANCE FORT WORTH, TEXAS // PASCHAL HS * TWO-TIME T CAPITAL ONE BANK/SLC COMMISSIONER’S HONOR ROLL * RUNNER-UP IN THE 8OOM AT THE SLC CHAMPIONSHIPS IN 2010 *T TWO-TIME POINT-SCORER IN THE 8OOM AT THE SLC CHAMPIONSHIPS

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2010 CROSS COUNTRY Placed fifth on team at the SLC meet...Ranked fourth on team at the Chili Pepper Invitational...Finished fifth on team at four events.

2010 TRACK & FIELD Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Scored 8 points in the Southland Conference Championships by placing second in the 800m with a season-best time of 2:11.65...Finished second in the 800m at the Bobby Lane Invitational...Part of 4x800 relay team that finished fifth at the Texas Relays...Won the 800m at the Northwestern State Invitational with a time of 2:12.72. INDOOR: Competed in the 800m at the SLC Championships...Qualified for the SLC Championships in the 800m by clocking a season-best time of 2:19.36 at the Wichita State Shocker Quad.

2009 CROSS COUNTRY Competed in all seven meets, including the SLC meet and the NCAA South Central Regional Meet.

2009 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Placed sixth in the 800m at the SLC Championships with a time of 2:17.94...Turned in a season-best time of 2:16.18 in the 800m at the TCU Invitational, placing third...Placed fifth at the Mean Green Invitational with a time of 2:19.43 in the 800m. INDOOR: Competed in the 800m at the SLC Championships...Season-best performance came at the Texas A&M Invitational, where she ran the 800m in 2:23.95.

2008 CROSS COUNTRY Competed in all seven events, placing sixth on team in six of them.

2008 TRACK & FIELD Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Competed in the 800m at the SLC Championships, clocking a season-best time of 2:26.53. INDOOR: Did not compete.

HIGH SCHOOL Finished second in the 800m at the District 4-5A Meet with a time of 2:20.14...Ran season-best 2:15.96 at the Region I-5A Championships... Lettered in cross country, basketball and track and field.

PERSONAL Born September 4, 1989 in Kisumu, Kenya...Daughter of Sospeter Abuto Ogacho and Claire Abuto...Majoring in nursing.

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PERRI FORD SENIOR, 3L // MIDDLE DISTANCE CALGARY, CANADA // BOWNESS HS * 2010 CAPITAL ONE BANK/SLC COMMISSIONER’S HONOR ROLL * 2010 SLC ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM *T THREE-TIME POINT SCORER AT SLC CHAMPIONSHIPS

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2010 CROSS COUNTRY Finished fourth on team at the Southland Conference meet...Competed in four regular-season meets with three top-20 finishes...Turned in team’s third-best time at the Midwestern State Invitational...Finished fourth on team at the UTA Season Opener, the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islander Splash and the McNeese State Cowboy Stampede... Best finish came at the Midwestern State Invitational, where she placed 12th overall.

2010 TRACK & FIELD Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient...Named to the SLC All-Academic Team. OUTDOOR: Competed in the 800m at the Southland Conference Championships...Clocked a career-best time of 2:15.64 in the 800m at the SLC Championships... Qualified for the SLC Championships in the 800m by running a 2:19.43 at the Bobby Lane Invitational...Ran the 4x800 relay...Finished fourth in the 1500m at the TCU Invitational with a time of 4:51.09... Also finished fourth in the 1500m at the North Texas Classic with a time of 4:47.31. INDOOR: Helped lead the Distance Medley Relay team to a second-place finish at the SLC Championships...Clocked a season-best time of 2:17.01 in the 800m at the SLC Championships, where she finished fourth...Scored eight total points for the Mavs at the SLC Championships...Finished third in the 800m at the Wichita State Shocker Quad with a time of 2:17.22.

SLC Championships with a season-best time of 2:21.80...Turned in a season-best time of 1:03.30 in the 400m at the Texas Tech Invitational.

HIGH SCHOOL A member of Team Alberta at the 2007 Western Canada Summer Games...Finished sixth at the Canadian Junior Nationals in the 400h... 800m champion and 400m silver medalist at Provincal for Bowness HS...Was city champion in the 400m and 800m...Top prep times included 1:04.67 in the 400h and 2:18.50 in the 800m...Was a letterwinner in volleyball, track and field and cross country...Named to Honor Roll for three years.

PERSONAL Born October 17, 1988 in Calgary, Canada...Daughter of Tom and Veda Ford...Father played basketball at the University of Brandon and brother, Todd, was drafted by the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs (currently playing in the minor-league system)...Majoring in kinesiology.

FORD’S PERSONAL BESTS 800m

2:15.64

5/15/10

2009 CROSS COUNTRY Finished 28th at the Ken Garland Invitational...Recorded a 32nd-place finish at the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islander Splash.

2009 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Competed at the SLC Championships in the 800m...Turned in a season-best time in the 800m of 2:15.75 at the TCU Invitational, where she placed second...Finished fourth in the 800m at the Bobby Lane Invitational with a time of 2:18.58...Ran on the 4x400 and 4x800 relay teams. INDOOR: Helped the DMR team to a second-place finish at the SLC Championships...Turned in a season-best time of 2:22.95 in the 800m at the Leonard Hilton Meet.

2008 CROSS COUNTRY Turned in a season-best finish of eighth at the North Texas Invitational...Finished 22nd at the SLC Championships...Competed at the NCAA South Central Regional meet.

2008 TRACK & FIELD Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Competed in the 400m hurdles at the SLC Championships...Turned in a season-best time of 1:06.73 in the 400h at the UT Arlington Invitational. INDOOR: Placed seventh in the 800m at the

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JJENNIFER BROWN SO SOPHOMORE, 1L // SPRINTS SAN ANTONIO, TEX. // REAGAN HS SA

Finished second in the state in the 800m with a time of 21.50...As a junior, finished fifth in the state in the 400m with a time of 57.9...Also lettered in soccer and wrestling.

PERSONAL

2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 OU OUTDOOR: Scored 1 point at the Southland Conference Championships, placing eighth in the triple fe ju jump (personal-best leap of 11.89 meters)...Competed in the long jump at the SLC Championships... pe h TCU C Invitational with a triple jump of 11.37 meters...SeaRunner-up at the son-best long jump of 5.55 meters at the Northwestern State Invitational.

Born June 29, 1990...Daughter of Steve and Nette Carey...Has one brother... Majoring in biology.

CAREY’S PERSONAL BESTS 800m

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HIGH SCHOOL Collected the coaches’ award in 2007 and was named Runner of the Year in 2009...Named all-district in the long jump and triple jump...Finished second at regionals in the long jump and triple jump...Won the 100m.

PERSONAL Born January 15, 1991...Daughter of James and Marjorie Brown...Has one brother...Majoring in nursing.

BROWN’S PERSONAL BESTS Triple Jump Long Jump

11.89m 5.74m

5/14/10 2/26/10

JJENNIFER CAREY JU JUNIOR, 2L // DISTANCE WOODHAVEN, MICH. // WOODHAVEN HS W 2010 CROSS COUNTRY 20 Te Team runner-up at the Southland Conference meet and third on team at the NCAA South Central Rean gional...Ranked second among Mavs at the Chili Pepgio per Invitational...Finished third on team three times. pe

2010 TRACK & FIELD Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Finished sixth in the 800m to score 3 points at the Southland Conference Championships (career-best time of 2:12.92 in the preliminary heat)...Finished third in the 1500m at the TCU Invitational with a season-best time of 4:50.28...Clocked a 2:19.00 in the 800m for third place at the UTA Invitational. INDOOR: Scored 5 points at the SLC Championships, placing sixth in the 800m with a time of 2:17.53 and helped Distance Medley Relay finish second...Turned in a seasonbest time of 2:16.66 in the 800m at the Texas Tech Invitational for fifth.

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BRITTANY CULBERTSON B SE SENIOR, 3L // SPRINTS FRISCO, TEX. // FRISCO HS FR

2010 TRACK & FIELD INDOOR: Scored 5 points at the SLC Championships by placing eighth in the triple jump (season-best jump of 11.85m) and earning a fifth-place finish in the long jump (career-best jump of 5.74m)...Placed third in the long jump and triple jump at the Wichita State Shocker Quad.

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2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 Ca Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient...USTFCCCA Division I Track & er Field All-Academic honoree...SLC All-Academic Team Fie member. OUTDOOR: Part of the 4x400 relay team that m competed in the NCAA West Region prelims and won at the Southland Conference Championships...Part of the 4x100 relay team that finished runner-up at the SLC Championships...Competed in the 400m at the SLC Championships, clocking a career-best time of 56.20...Scored 4.5 points at the SLC Championships...Qualified for the SLC Championships in the 400m at the Northwestern State Invitational with a time of 56.76...Helped the 4x400 relay team win the TCU Invitational and finish third at the John Jacobs Invitational. INDOOR: Scored points in the SLC Championships in the 400m, 4x440-yard relay and Distance Medley Relay...Scored 5 points at the SLC Championships...Placed sixth in the 400m with a time of 57.94...Helped the 4x440 and DMR teams to second place...Ran a season-best 26.19 in the 200m at the Wichita State Shocker Quad...Ran a season-best 57.55 in the 400m at the Texas A&M Invitational.

2009 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Placed seventh in the 400m at the SLC Championships with a season-best time of 57.61...Also competed in the 200m at the SLC Championships...Ran a season-best 24.88 in the 200m at the Mean Green Invitational. INDOOR: Part of the runner-up 4x400 relay team at the SLC Championships... Also competed in the 200m and 400m at the SLC Championships, running a season-best 59.08 in the 400m...Ran a season-best 25.53 in the 200m at the Texas A&M Invitational...Helped the 4x400 relay team break a 15-year-old school record by recording a time of 3:45.98 at the Texas A&M Invitational.

2008 TRACK & FIELD Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Competed at the SLC Championships in the 100m and 200m, clocking season-best times of 12.16 and 25.14, respectively. INDOOR: Competed in the 60m at the SLC Championships, where she ran a season-best time of 7.86...Also ran the 200m at the SLC Championships...Season-best time in the 200m came at the Texas Tech Invitational, where she clocked a time of 25.68.

HIGH SCHOOL

Led UTA to a third-place finish at the SLC meet by finishing 11th overall...Placed 13th overall at the Ken Garland Invitational...Competed at the NCAA South Central Regional Meet.

Won the 100m within District 9-4A...Member of the three-time district-champion 4x100m relay team (2004, 2005, 2007)...Top 200m time was 24.68.

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Born September 23, 1988 in Philadelphia, Pa....Daughter of Ken and Diane Culbertson...Mother was a gymnast at Michigan State and father played football for West Virginia and briefly for the Dallas Cowboys...Double-majoring in kinesiology and Education...Member of the National Honor Roll in high school... Graduated in the top 10 percent of her class.

PERSONAL OUTDOOR: Finished sixth in the 800m with a time of 2:17.44 at the SLC Championships...Ran a season-best 2:17.28 in the 800m at the TCU Invitational, finishing third...Part of seventh-place 4x800 tema at the Texas Relays. INDOOR: Competed at the SLC Championships in the 800m (season-best 2:18.37 in prelim)...Placed fourth in the 800m at the Razorback Invitational.

2008 CROSS COUNTRY Opened the season with an eighth-place finish at the TCU Season Opener... Finished 13th at the Ken Garland Invitational.

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SENIOR, 1L // JUMPS SE RI GRANDE CITY, TEX. // RIO GRANDE CITY HS RIO

SOPHOMORE // MIDDLE DISTANCE SO FO WORTH, TEX. // NORTH CROWLEY HS FORT 2010 CROSS COUNTRY 20

2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 O OUTDOOR: Scored 2 points at the Southland Conference Championships by placing seventh Co in the long jump with a career-best jump of 5.66 meters...Also had a long jump of 5.58 me5.6 ters at the North Texas Spring Classic...Ran the 100m in five meets. INDOOR: Competed in the long jump at the SLC Championships... Turned in a season-best long jump of 5.23 meters at the Sooner Indoor Open...Ran in the 60m four times, turning in a season-best time of 8.04 at the Wichita State Shocker Quad.

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2008 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Competed in the SLC Championships in the long jump and the 100m...Also competed in the 200m. INDOOR: Competed in the long jump and 60m at the SLC Championships...Ran a career-best time of 7.77 in the 60m at the SLC Championships...Also competed in the 200m.

HIGH SCHOOL Earned all-state honors after an eighth-place finish in the long jump with a leap of 17-6 at the 2007 UIL Class 5A State Track Championships...Named All-Valley by The McAllen Monitor...Was the District 305A champion in the 100m, 200m, and as a member of the 4x100 relay team...Was named the district MVP in 2007...Ran a season-best 12.09 in the 100m at the Meet of Championships...One of two seniors on Rio Grande City High School track team who claimed the District 30-5A championship...Finished second at the Region IV-5A Meet with a long jump of 18-0...Qualified for the state meet as a junior in the long jump and finished second with an 18-4...Personal bests include 11.9 in the 100m, 25.1 in the 200m, 18-4 1/4 in the long jump and 10-6 in the pole vault...Part of the National Honor Society and graduated in top 10 of class of 550 students at RGCHS.

PERSONAL Born June 22, 1989 in Rio Grande City, Texas...Daughter of Jaime and Berta Guerra...Majoring in nursing.

2010 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Competed at the Southland Conference Championships in the 800m, running a career-best time of 2:17.73...Placed third in the 800m at the TCU Invitational by clocking a 2:21.48...Turned in a time of 2:19.58 in the 800m at the North Texas Spring Classic. INDOOR: Competed in the 800m at the SLC Championships...Qualified for the SLC Championships by clocking a season-best 2:20.93 in the 800m at the Sooner Open.

HIGH SCHOOL Personal-best time in the 800m was 2:19, setting her school record... Best mile time was 5:24.

PERSONAL Born September 8, 1990...Daughter of Margo Hicks...Has three brothers and one sister...Majoring in nursing.

HICKS’ PERSONAL BESTS 800m

2:17.73

5/15/10

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OUTDOOR: Competed at the SLC Championships in the long jump... Finished third in long jump at the Mean Green Invitational with a jump of 5.55 meters...Also placed third in the long jump at the Bobby Lane Invitational with a jump of 5.41 meters. INDOOR: Competed in the SLC Championships in the long jump and in the 60m...Ran a season-best time of 7.84 in the 60m at the SLC Championships...Turned in a seasonbest long jump of 5.43 meters at the Texas A&M Invitational.

Co Competed in three events, including the Southland Conference meet...Placed sixth on team at la the UTA Season Opener and seventh at the Midth western State Invitational. we

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SYDNEY JOHNSON S JU JUNIOR // HURDLES LEAGUE CITY, TEX. // CLEAR CREEK HS LE 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20

HIGH SCHOOL Lettered in volleyball, basketball and track & field...Named all-district in volleyball for three years and basketball for two...Named District 7-5A Offensive Player of the Year in basketball...Placed third at state meet in the triple jump in 2007.

PERSONAL

Ca Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissio sioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Turned in her career-best time in the 100m hurdles at the No North Texas Classic, where she ran a 15.54...Best tim in the 400m hurdles came at the Northwesttime ern State Invitational, where she clocked a time of 1:09.12. INDOOR: Competed in four meets in the short hurdles events...Clocked a seasonbest time in the 60m hurdles of 9.73 at the Wichita State Shocker Quad.

Part-time starter on the UT Arlington volleyball team...Born August 17, 1989...Daughter of Kasonga Kaswatuka...Has three brothers and one sister...Undeclared major.

KASWATUKA’S PERSONAL BESTS Triple Jump Long Jump

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OUTDOOR: In the 100h, clocked a season-best time of 15.60 at the John Jacobs Invitational...Posted a career-best time of 1:08.62 in the 400h at the Bobby Lane Invitational. INDOOR: Competed at the Southland Conference Championships in the 60h...Turned in her career-best time of 8.72 in the 60h at the Houston Indoor. All-district all-academic selection...Lettered in track and basketball.

PERSONAL Born April 25, 1990...Daughter of Belford and Rosalind Johnson...Has one brother and one sister...Brother, Belford, ran track at UTA...Majoring in business finance.

JOHNSON’S PERSONAL BESTS 100h 400h

15.54 108.62

4/11/10 3/28/09

ELD-HAH KASWATUKA E JU JUNIOR, 2L // JUMPS HURST, TEX. // LD BELL HS H 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 O OUTDOOR: Competed at the Southland Confe ference Championships in triple jump and long ju jump...Turned in a season-best triple jump of 11 11.95 meters for a second-place finish at the No North Texas Classic. INDOOR: Finished sixth in triple jump at the SLC Championships, totaling 11.94 meters to score 3 points...Also landed a career-long long jump of 5.31 meters at the SLC Championships...Won the triple jump at the Wichita State Shocker Quad with a triple jump of 11.65 meters...Turned in a season-best triple jump of 12.06 meters.

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SO SOPHOMORE // MULTIS/DISTANCE LEAGUE CITY, TEX. // CLEAR CREEK HS LE 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 Ca Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Competsio ed in the heptathlon at the SLC Championships, w where she finished 15th with 3,313 points...Competed in the heptathlon three times, finishing 15th twice. INDOOR: Competed in the pentathlon at the SLC Championships, but failed to score...Also competed in the SLC Championships in the 800m...Qualified for the SLC Championships in the 800m at the Sooner Open.

HIGH SCHOOL Set the school record in the 800m with a time of 2:19...Also had a career-best time of 5:24 in the mile run.

PERSONAL Born September 8, 1990...Daughter of Margo Hicks...Has three brothers and one sister...Majoring in nursing.

KILGORE’S PERSONAL BESTS Heptathlon

3,313

5/14/10

2009 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Placed second in triple jump at the SLC Championships with a career-best jump of 12.23 meters...Qualified for the SLC Championships by winning the Horned Frog Invitational with a triple jump of 11.90 meters. INDOOR: Placed seventh in triple jump at the SLC Championships, totaling 11.51 meters...Also had a season-best triple jump of 11.61 meters at the Texas A&M Invitational.

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LAUREN MARKS L SE SENIOR, 2L // POLE VAULT AUSTIN, TEX. // BRENTWOOD CHRISTIAN HS AU 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 Ca Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Placed sio ni ninth in pole vault at the Southland Conference Ch Championships with a vault of 3.30 meters...Qualified for the SLC Championships by clearing 3.45 for fourth place at the North Texas Spring Classic. INDOOR: Scored 3 points in the pole vault at the SLC Championships with a personal-best vault of 3.55 meters to finish sixth...Qualified for the SLC Championships by vaulting 3.36 meters at the Wichita State Shocker Quad.

2009 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Scored at the SLC Championships by vaulting 3.40 meters for a fourth-place finish...Also posted a height of 3.40 meters at the Mean Green Invitational...Won the TCU Invitational with a season-best vault of 3.51 meters. INDOOR: Competed in the SLC Championships.

OUTDOOR: Placed 10th at the SLC Championships. INDOOR: Redshirted.

2008 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Did not compete. INDOOR: Had the team’s best pole vault of 3.12 meters at the Houston Invitational...Also ran a 10.12 in the 60m hurdles at the Houston Invitational.

HIGH SCHOOL Won the District 4-5A pole vault championship as a junior and senior...A regional qualifier for four consecutive years...Best vault was 11-6...Also ran the 100m hurdles with a top time of 15.4.

PERSONAL Born April 18, 1989...Daughter of Richard and Becky Nash...Majoring in criminal justice.

NASH’S PERSONAL BESTS Pole Vault

2007 TRACK & FIELD

SENIOR // JUMPS/HURDLES SE M MESQUITE, TEX. // ABILENE CHRISTIAN UNIV.

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PERSONAL Born January 16, 1988 in Austin, Texas...Daughter of Barry Marks and Priscilla Johnson...Majoring in kinesiology.

MARKS’ PERSONAL BESTS Pole Vault

3.51

2/20/09

SAMANTHA NASH S SE SENIOR, 2L // POLE VAULT BURLESON, TEX. // BURLESON HS B 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 Ca Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: m Registered a season-best vault of 3.21 meters at Re the McMurry Relays...Had three top-10 finishes in th meets. INDOOR: Competed at the Southland Conference Championships...Qualified for the SLC Championships by turning in a season-best vault of 3.36 meters, finishing fifth at the Wichita State Shocker Quad.

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Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Scored points in three meets during the season. INDOOR: Competed at the SLC Championships.

Named Texas Association for Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) firstteam all-state as a junior and senior...TAPPS 4A state record holder with a pole vault of 11-2 in 2006...TAPPS state champion in the pole vault in 2005 and 2006...Second-team all-state as a freshman and sophomore... MVP of Brentwood Christian School track team three times...Also competed in the triple jump, sprints and the 4x100 relay team...Competed in gymnastics for 12 years.

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ABILENE CHRISTIAN A Th Three-time All-American during first three seasons at ACU...Finished fifth nationally in triple jump at Division II level as a freshman...Part of the 4x100 relay vis team that finished sixth at the Division II national te meet...Scored in five events at the Lonestar Conference Championships, winning the triple jump, long jump, 100m and 4x100 relay and finishing third in the 400m hurdles...Named Most Talented Newcomer as a freshman in 2008.

HIGH SCHOOL At John High High School, earned three letters in track and field...Top times included 42.3 in the 300m hurdles and 14.3 in the 110m hurdles.

PERSONAL Born April 12, 1989...Daughter of James Fagin and LaTunja Flemming...Has one brother, Jaylan Fagin, and two sisters, Mariah Marsh and Jazzmyne Nixon...Undeclared major...Competed for the Mesquite Flames during club track...Honor Roll student in high school...Also made Honor Roll at ACU.

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OUTDOOR: Placed third at the SLC Championships in the pole vault by matching her career-best vault of 3.40 meters...Also vaulted 3.40 meters at the Mean Green Invitational and the Horned Frog Invitational, finishing fifth at both meets. INDOOR: Tied for 10th at the SLC Championships with a vault of 3.20 meters...Posted her best indoor finish of the year by placing sixth at the Houston Indoor Meet with a vault of 3.35 meters...Earned four top-10 finishes.

NIXON’S PERSONAL BESTS (AT ACU) 100h 400h Triple jump

14.1 1:01.00 12.19m

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

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MARISSA PAZ M SO SOPHOMORE, 1L // DISTANCE EL PASO, TEX. // CHAPIN HS 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 Ca Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Competed sio at the Southland Conference Championships in the 800m...Turned in a season-best time of 2:18.03 th in the 800m at the John Jacobs Invitational. INDOOR: Placed eighth in the Southland Conference Championships in the 800m with a time of 2:20.25 to score 1 point...Turned in a season-best time of 2:19.87 during the preliminaries at the SLC Championships...Qualified for the SLC Championships in the 800m by clocking a 2:22.70 at the Sooner Open... Ran in the mile twice.

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HIGH SCHOOL Two-time all-state performer...Four-time all-district and three-time all-region runner...Placed top 10 in the region as a senior...Turned in a career-best time of 2:15.69 in the 800m...Career best in the 2-mile was 11:37...Had a career-best run of 59.78 in the 400m...Earned four letters in cross country and four in track and field.

A three-sport standout at Wichita Falls...Lettered in basketball, cross country and track and field...Qualified for the regional meet in the 4x100, 4x200, 100m and 200m all four years...Was a member of the Coyote 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams and ran the 100m and 200m... Top times were 12.2 in the 100m and 25.9 in the 200m...Was named school’s Outstanding Track Athlete of the Year in 2005 and 2006...Was named honorable mention all-district as a forward in basketball and was also named the team MVP as a senior.

PERSONAL Born Nov. 22, 1988, in Wichita Falls, Texas...Daughter of Charles and Patricia Roberts...Majoring in communication studies with a minor in Kinesiology.

ROBERTS’ PERSONAL BESTS 60m 200m 400m

8.37 25.23 1:00.25

2/3/08 3/21/09 3/21/09

DEANDREA SMITH D SOPHOMORE, 1L // SPRINTS SO SA ANTONIO, TEX. // HEALTH CAREERS HS SAN

PERSONAL Born February 17, 1991...Daughter of Jose and Grace Paz...Has one brother, Jose Jr., and one sister, Jessica...Majoring in criminal justice... AB Honor Roll recipient all four years...Member of the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society...Finished top 10 percent in her class...Named Who’s Who Among High School Students.

PAZ’ PERSONAL BESTS 800m 1,500m 1 mile

2:18.03 4:59.41 5:27.78

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

SHERELLE ROBERTS S RS JUNIOR // SPRINTS WICHITA FALLAS, TEX. // WICHITA FALLS HS W 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 Ca Capital Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll recipient. OUTDOOR: Competed er in three meets during the outdoor campaign while trying to recover from a ruptured Achilles w tendon…Ran a season-best time of 27.62 in the 200m at the TCU Invite...Turned in a season-best time of 1:06.20 in the 400m at the North Texas Classic. INDOOR: Did not compete due to ruptured Achilles tendon.

2009 TRACK & FIELD OUTDOOR: Finished ninth in the 400m at the Horned Frog Invitational, recording a time of 1:00.25...Competed in the Southland Conference Championships in the 400m, posting a time of 1:02.89...Clocked a career-best time of 25.23 in the 200m at the Horned Frog Invitational. INDOOR: Competed in the 400m at the SLC Meet, finishing with a season-best time of 1:01.18...Also competed in the 200m.

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2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 OUTDOOR: Ran first leg on the 4x400 relay team O th advance to the NCAA West Region Prelimithat na naries, clocking a 3:41.69 in the meet…Qualified for fo the Southland Conference Championships in the 400m, 4x400 relay and 4x100 relay...At the SLC Championships, Smith helped the 4x400 relay team to a season-best time of 3:41.14 and win the conference title…Clocked a season-best 56.01 in the SLC Championships in the 400m, finishing sixth in the event...Scored 7.5 points at the SLC Championships...Part of the 4x100 relay team that won at the North Texas Spring Classic. INDOOR: Competed in the 200m, 400m and Distance Medley Relay at the SLC Championships... Turned in a second-place finish in the 400m at the SLC Championships with a season-best time of 56.79…Registered a season-best 25.43 in the 200m preliminaries of the SLC Championships…Helped 4,400DMR team finish second at the SLC Championships…Finished the SLC Championships with 10 points...Placed second in the 400m at the Wichita State Shocker Quad by running a 57.99...Part of the 4x400 relay team that won at the Wichita State Shocker Quad.

HIGH SCHOOL Won her district in the 400m from 2007-09...Finished second in the 100m in the district meet in 2008...Finished eighth in the state meet in the 100m...Named school’s Athlete of the Year in 2008-09...Was the first athlete in school history to qualify for the state meet...Was a member of the Blazers Track & Field AAU Team...Participated in track and field and cross country.

PERSONAL Born June 15, 1991...Is the daughter of Stanford and Delicia Smith...Has one brother and two sisters...Majoring in kinesiolgy.

SMITH’S PERSONAL BESTS 200m 400m

25.43 56.01

2/27/10 5/15/10

OUTDOOR: Redshirted...Competed in one event. INDOOR: Ran at the Texas Tech Invititational and posted a time of 7.88 in the 55m...Clocked a personal-best time in the 60m was 8.37 at the Oklahoma Invitational...Also ran the 200m...Ran at the SLC meet in the 60m and the 200m.

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LLADOREAL THOMPSON JU JUNIOR // HURDLES SWEENY, TEX. // SWEENY HS SW 2010 TRACK & FIELD 20 Did not compete. Di

2009 TRACK & FIELD 20 OUTDOOR: Placed second in the 100m at the OU Southland Conference Championships by clocking a season-best time of 11.72...Competed individually in the 100m seven times, finishing in less than 12 seconds three times...Ran a 25.89 in the 200m at the Bobby Lane Invitational...Was part of the winning 4x100 relay team in the SLC Championships and at the Bobby Lane Invitational...As part of the relay team, competed in the NCAA Regional meet. INDOOR: Placed fourth in the SLC Championships in the 60m by running a 7.65...Turned in a season-best time of 7.62 in the 60m at the Texas A&M Invitational...Also competed in the SLC Championships in the 200m, finishing with a time of 25.69.

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PERSONAL Born December 10, 1989...Daughter of James and Doreatha Thompson...Has three brothers and sisters...Majoring in exercise science.

THOMPSON’S PERSONAL BESTS 60m 100m 200m (Outdoor) 200m (Indoor)

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2/13/09 5/10/09 2/21/09 3/28/09

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Finished as a 100m finalist in 3A, where she finished third...Won the 3A championship in the 100m as a freshman at the Texas Relays and in the state meet...Earned four letters in track and three in basketball and softball.

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FR FRESHMAN // SPRINTS MURPHY, TEX. // PLANO EAST HS M

FR FRESHMAN // SPRINTS/JUMPS LEAGUE CITY, TEX. // CLEAR LAKE HS LE

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Ta Talented sprinter expected to compete for UT Arlington in the 400m all season and should score lin in the Southland Conference meet.

Fr Freshman has a chance to come in and provide depth in sprints as well as all three jumping de events. ev

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Set school record with a 55.58 time in the 400m...Finished third in the Region 1-5A meed in the 400m as a senior and as a junior...Won District 8-5A meet in the 400m...Finished second in the District 1-5A meet in the 400m in 2009...Named school’s female athlete of the year.

Finished seventh in the triple jump at the Region 3-5A meet as a junior...Personal records include 25.8 in the 200m and 37-9 in the triple jump.

PERSONAL

Born Nov. 24, 1991...Is the daughter of Danny and Yvette Stewart...Has one sister, Sydney Stewart...Member of orchestra in high school...Majoring in civil engineering.

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PERSONAL Born June 19, 1992, in Dallas, Texas...Is the daughter of Victor Bennett and Renea Baldwin-Bennett...Brother, Victor, is a preseason all-American receiver at Texas A&M-Commerce...Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes...Majoring in special education.

SAMANTHA LITTLE S FRESHMAN // THROWS FR M MANSFIELD, TEX. // MANSFIELD LEGACY HS

JJENNIFER BASSETT FR FRESHMAN // SPRINTS CYPRESS, TEX. // CYPRESS WOODS HS CY

PROSPECTUS PR Br Brings a presence into the throws events for the UT Arlington women...Gives the Mavs a chance to score points in throws events in meets. sc

PROSPECTUS PR Co Coaches expect Bassett to contend for a spot in the 400m...Could also be a part of the 4x400 relay th team. te

HIGH SCHOOL Placed second in the District 15-5A meet in the 400m in back-to-back years...Personal records include 57.10 in the 400m and 12.20 in the 100m...Named school’s Athlete of the Year twice.

HIGH SCHOOL Three-time Legacy Field Athlete of the Year...5A regional qualifier, two-time 4A regional qualifier...Qualified for USATF Junior Olympics three times... Career-bests include 140-8 in the discus and 39-.75 in the shot put.

PERSONAL Born June 20, 1992, in San Antonio, Texas...Is the daughter of Ray and Imelda Little...Graduated summa cum lade...Majoring in chemistry.

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LINDSEY PUTMAN L

Born Jan. 15, 1992, in Houston, Texas...Is the daughter of Rolana and Amandalyn Bassett...Both parents competed in collegiate sports, mother was a track and field athlete and father played basketball...Part of the National Honor Society...Region Choir member...Majoring in biological chemistry.

JUNIOR // DISTANCE JU RO ROPESVILLE, TEX. // ABILENE CHRISTIAN UNIV. PROSPECTUS PR

COURTNEY BLACKNALL C

Di Division II transfer comes to UT Arlington specializes in the 800m...Vying for a spot on the 4x800 ize relay. re

FRESHMAN // JUMPS FR PL PLANO, TEX. // PLANO EAST HS PROSPECTUS PR Co Comes to UT Arlington as a local high-jump standout...Expected to score in the Southland sta Conference meet. Co

HIGH SCHOOL Won back-to-back District 8-5A meets in the long jump as a senior and as a junior...Placed sixth in the Region 1-5A meet in the high jump... Personal best jump is 5-6.

PERSONAL Born Feb. 14, 1992, in Houston, Texas...Is the daughter of Angela Cyrus... Undecided major.

ABILENE CHRISTIAN Recorded best times in the 800m and 1500m at 2:17 and 4:51, respectively.

HIGH SCHOOL Won 1A high-school state championships in the 800m and 1600m in 2007...Four-time all-state in cross country...Set school record in 200m, 400m, 800m, 1600m, 3200m, high jump and long jump...Placed third in the state meet in the mile in 2005 and second in the 800m in ’06...Finished top-15 in state cross country meet three times...Broke regional meet record in the 800m...Ran the Congressional Avenue Mile in 4:57, finishing 11th...Lettered in basketball.

PERSONAL Born June 14, 1989, in Ropesville, Texas...Is the third and youngest child of Randy and Sheryll Putman...Brother Jody Putnam sprinted for Texas Tech...Majoring in kinesiology.

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MOLLY SNYDER M

PAMELA VINSON P

FRESHMAN // POLE VAULT FR FO WORTH, TEXAS // NOLAN CATHOLIC HS FORT

FR FRESHMAN // SPRINTS ARLINGTON, TEX. // ARLINGTON HS A

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Gi Gives UT Arlington a chance to push for points at the Southland Conference Championships in the th pole vault competition. po

Ve talented sprinter coaches say has unlimited Very potential...Expected to compete for Southland po Conference titles as a freshman. Co

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Holds school record in pole vault...Qualified for state meet during junior and senior seasons...Finished third in the district as a junior and earned second place as a senior...Earned highest academic honors.

Third-place finisher in state meet in the 200m as a junior and as a senior...Ran an11.83 in the 100m during the state meet, placing fifth as a senior...As a senior, won the Region 1-5A 200m and placed second in the 100m in the same meet...Won the 200m in the Region 1-5A meet as a junior and finished second as a sophomore...Part of a 4x200 relay team that qualified for the state meet as a junior...Qualified for the state meet in the 200m as a freshman and as a sophomore...Personal best time in the 200m is 23.60 and 11.70 in the 100m.

PERSONAL Born July 12, 1992, in Fort Worth, Texas...Is the daughter of Chris and Allison Snyder...Undecided major...Member of the National Honor Society...Honor student in high school.

NICHOLE THAMES N

BROOKEANA WITT B

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FR FRESHMAN // MULTIS CISCO, TEX. // CISCO HS C

Ju Junior-college transfer has four years of eligibility remaining...Should provide help in sprints, espere cially the 200m. cia

PROSPECTUS PR Ex Expected to be one of UTA’s heptathletes...Will also push for spots in the 400m as well as the als 400m relay team. 40

HIGH SCHOOL Finished top-eight in the state meet of the 200m with a personal-best time of 25.86 as a senior...Finished second in the Region 3-3A meet in the 200m...Also finished top-eight in the long jump in the regional meet with a personal-best jump of 16-8...Placed third in the regional meet with a triple jump of 37-6.75.

PERSONAL Born April 25, 1991, in Waco, Texas...Won Who’s Who Award in high school...Is the daughter of Susan Thames...Majoring in education.

MARNIQUA THOMPSON M FR FRESHMAN // JUMPS WICHITA FALLS, TEX. // WICHITA FALLS HS W PROSPECTUS PR Ve talented freshman is expected to contend Very among the conference elite in the high jump and am potential point-scorer in other jumps. po

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HIGH SCHOOL Cross country district individual champion in 2009...Four-time regional qualifier in cross country...Won regional title in the 300m hurdles as a senior...Track district champion in the 300m hurdles three times...Also won the district titles in the 100m hurdles two times, the 4x400 relays two times...Qualified for the regional meet in the high jump and the 300m hurdles three times...Personal records include 15-10.5 in the long jump, 5-0 in the high jump, 15.2 in the 100m hurdles, 45.2 in the 300m hurdles and 6:07 in the 1,600m...Four-year letterwinner in track and cross country...Also earned four letters in softball, three in basketball and three in cheerleading...Named Cisco HS Female Athlete of the Year in 2009-10...Earned cross country team’s MVP award all four years and track MVP in 2009-10...Second-team all-Big Country softball and firstteam all-district in 2009-10...All-district basketball team two times.

PERSONAL Earned class Valedictorian...Born July 16, 1992, in Abilene, Texas...Is the daughter of Doug and Ginny Witt...Majoring in pre-medicine.

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PERSONAL Born May 7, 1992, in Monterey, Calif...Is the daughter of Wesley Vinson and Deanna Long...Majoring in business.

Named Outstanding Athlete at her high school in 2007-10...Earned second-team all-district honors in volleyball as a senior...Won the high jump at the UIL State Track Championship with a personal-best jump of 5-8 after missing part of the season with a quad injury...Also won a state title in the high jump as a junior in 2009...Won the District 5-4A Meet in the long jump with a jump of the same height...Finished second in the District 5-4A Meet in long jump and triple jump, setting person records in both with jumps of 17-6 and 37-9, respectively...In addition to four letters in track, earned two in volleyball and one in basketball.

PERSONAL Born Dec. 18, 1991, in Wichita Falls, Texas...Is the daughter of Marvin Thompson and Rita White...Majoring in business.

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2011 NCAA QUALIFYING STANDARDS 2011 NCAA Division I Men’s Indoor Track and Field Qualifying Standards

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(Sea Level) Event 55 Meters 60 Meters 55-Meter Hurdles 60-Meter Hurdles 200 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) 400 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) 800 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) Mile (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) 3000 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) 5000 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) 1600-Meter Relay (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) Mile Relay (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) Distance Medley Relay (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) Distance Medley Relay—Yards (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put 35-Pound Weight Heptathlon

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AUTOMATIC FAT 6.14 6.60 7.17 7.70

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21.48 21.23 20.83

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47.15 46.75 46.15

46.9 46.5 45.9

1:49.30 1:48.90 1:48.00

1:49.0 1:48.6 1:47.7

4:01.30 4:00.80 3:59.00

4:01.0 4:00.5 3:58.7

7:58.50 7:57.20 7:54.50

7:58.2 7:56.9 7:54.2

13:53.30 13:50.80 13:47.00

13:53.0 13:50.5 13:46.7

3:10.50 3:08.90 3:06.50

3:10.2 3:08.6 3:06.2

3:11.70 3:10.10 3:07.70

3:11.4 3:09.8 3:07.4

9:34.10 9:33.00 9:32.00

9:33.8 9:32.7 9:31.7

9:36.80 9:35.70 9:33.50

9:36.5 9:35.4 9:33.2

2.24m 5.50m 7.90m 16.15m 19.30m 21.50m 5,675

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High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put 35-Pound Weight Heptathlon

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AUTOMATIC FAT 6.74 7.26 7.57 8.14

MT — — — —

23.90 23.70 23.20

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53.40 53.10 52.60

52.9 52.6 52.3

2:06.30 2:06.00 2:05.00

2:06.0 2:05.7 2:04.7

4:39.40 4:38.90 4:37.00

4:39.1 4:38.6 4:36.7

9:17.00 9:16.00 9:13.00

9:16.7 9:15.7 9:12.7

16:15.00 16:12.50 16:07.50

16:14.7 16:12.2 16:07.2

3:37.00 3:35.80 3:34.00

3:36.7 3:35.5 3:33.7

3:38.20 3:37.00 3:34.00

3:37.9 3:36.7 3:33.7

11:10.90 11:09.40 11:05.50

11:10.6 11:09.1 11:05.2

11:12.50 11:11.00 11:09.00

11:12.2 11:10.7 11:08.7

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Event 55 Meters 60 Meters 55-Meter Hurdles 60-Meter Hurdles 200 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) 400 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) 800 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) Mile (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) 3000 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) 5000 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) 1600-Meter Relay (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) Mile Relay (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) Distance Medley Relay (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds) Distance Medley Relay—Yards (Under 200m/220 yds) (200m/220 yds) (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)

1.85m 4.30m 6.38m 13.30m 16.90m 21.00m 4,075

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WORLD CLASS MAVERICKS

Former UT Arlington track and field standout, Jared Connaughton, displays his silver medal from the 2007 Pan-Am Games,

OLYMPIC AND INTERNATIONAL SUCCESS UTA ATHLETE JARED CONNAUGHTON HELPS HIS NATIVE CANADA TO FINALS OF 4X100 RELAY AT BEIJING OLYMPICS At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, former UTA standout Jared Connaughton helped his native Canada reach the finals of the 4x100 relay. He helped his team finish second in their preliminary heat and the team finished sixth in the finals with a time of 38.66 which was a season best. Connaughton also made the semifinals of the 200 meters. No stranger to international competition, Connaughton also competed at the 2007 World Championships in Japan. Connaughton was an 11-time all-Southland Conference performer from 2005-07 and holds the school indoor record with a time of 6.68 in the 60-meter dash. He was named the SLC Athlete of the Year and the Outstanding Track Performer during the 2006 outdoor season. Connaughton closed out his UTA career by capturing the SLC Outdoor 200-meter championship with a time of 20.76 and leading the team to its first outdoor conference championship since 1997. He also teamed with Byron Majors, Coby Morrison and Adam Newton on the 4x100-meter relay team that advanced to the NCAA Championships with a time of 39.65, the third fastest in school history.

WORLD-CLASS MAVERICKS IAAF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIERS Henrick Skoog Sweden 3,000 Steeple Tokyo ‘07 Erica Mortensson Sweden 400 Hurdles Tokyo ‘07 Jared Connaughton Canada 4x100 Relay Tokyo ‘07 Kajsa Haglund Sweden 1,500 Meters Valencia ‘08 Takeshi Fujiwara El Salvador 400 Meters Tokyo ‘07 Takeshi Fujiwara El Salvador 400 Meters Valencia ‘08

McClinton Neal Joseph Sinah David Pel er Elston Cawley Takeshi Fujiwara Jared Connaughton

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OLYMPIANS USA 400 Hurdles Kenya 4x400 Relay Barbados 400 Meters Jamaica 200 Meters El Salvador 400 Meters Canada 4x100 Relay

Barcelona ‘92 Seoul ‘98 LA ‘84 Atlanta ‘96 Athens ‘04 Beijing ‘08

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NCAA ALL-AMERICANS

Lisa AusƟn 3-Ɵme All-American

Mishael Bertrand-Berger 2000 All-American 800m

Clinton Bufuku

Cornelius Cavitt

Terrance Carson

Elston Cawley

Sansiski Daniels

1995 All-American 100m

6-time All-American 200m/4x100-meter Relay

1990 All-American 4x100-meter Relay

1996 Olympian 6-Ɵme All-American

4-Ɵme All-American 60m-hurldes

Andre Fifer

Tara Ford

Marsha French

Cordero Gray

Ron Hancock

Jenny HockeƩ

2000 All-American 4x400-meter Relay

1994 All-American Long Jump/Triple jump

2-Ɵme All-American Shot Put

2009 All-American 100 Meters

2-ƟƟmeAll-American ll i 4x400-meter Relay/200m

1993 All-American Javelin 1993 U.S. Olympic FesƟval

Ronald Johnson

Eva Jonsson

Markus Lindahl

Joel McCray

Jon McDowell

2-Ɵme All-American Triple Jump

1996 All-American Heptathlon

1996 All-American 4x100-meter Relay

1989 All-American 4x400-meter Relay

2007 All-American 110-meter Hurdles

Andre Horn 2000 All-American 4x400-meter Relay

Belford Johnson 2000 All-American 4x400-meter Relay

Erika Martensson

Marion Meyer

2001 All-American 400-meter Hurdles

1998 All-American Pole Vault

Zach Wood

Jasmine Walls

2000 All-American 4X400-meter Relay

McClinton Neal

Angela Nelson

Joseph Sainah

Gilbert Smith

CrysƟn Wuthrich

1990 NCAA Champion 5-Ɵme All-American 400m-hurdles/ 55m-hurdle

1995 All-American 10000 meters

2-Ɵme All-American 4x400-meter Relay/800m

1982 NCAA Champion Indoor Long Jump 5-Ɵme All-American

1996 All-American 4x100-meter Relay

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Ashely Dorsey 3-Ɵme All-American Shot Put

2009 All-American 200 Meters

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Dale Drennan .........................................................................................................3000 Steeplechase Herman Wyatt ............................................................................................................................... 100-yd Allen Lowes ....................................................................................................................................Javelin Allen Lowes ....................................................................................................................................Javelin Gilbert Smith ......................................................................................................... Long Jump, 100-yd Allen Lowes ....................................................................................................................................Javelin Gilbert Smith .............................................................................................. Long Jump (6th), 100-yd Gilbert Smith ............................................................................................. Long Jump (2nd), 100-yd Gilbert Smith .............................................................................................................. Long Jump (4th) Monroe Nichols ............................................................................................................... 4x400m Relay Tyrone Nichols ................................................................................................................. 4x400m Relay Kevin Kennard ................................................................................................................. 4x400m Relay David McKinzie................................................................................................................ 4x400m Relay Monroe Nichols............................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Cedric Ingram .................................................................................................................. 4x100m Relay David McKinzie................................................................................................................ 4x100m Relay Kevin Kennard ................................................................................................................. 4x100m Relay Cedric Ingram .................................................................................................................. 4x400m Relay Monroe Nichols ............................................................................................................... 4x400m Relay Kevin Kennard ................................................................................................................. 4x400m Relay David McKinzie................................................................................................................ 4x400m Relay Sansiski Daniels ............................................................................................................110-yd Hurdles Vernon George .....................................................................................................................Long Jump David Peltier .................................................................................................................................. 400-yd Andre Booker ................................................................................................................... 4x400m Relay David McKinzie................................................................................................................ 4x400m Relay Tyrone Nichols ................................................................................................................. 4x400m Relay David Peltier ..................................................................................................................... 4x400m Relay Sansiski Daniels ............................................................................................................110-yd Hurdles David McKinzie ................................................................................................................................400m Andre Booker ...................................................................................................................................400m Andre Booker ................................................................................................................... 4x400m Relay Cedric Ingram .................................................................................................................. 4x400m Relay David McKinzie................................................................................................................ 4x400m Relay Davie Peltier ..................................................................................................................... 4x400m Relay Sansiski Daniels ...................................................................... 110-yd Hurdles (2nd), 400 Hurdles David Peltier .....................................................................................................................................400m Michael Adams ................................................................................................................................100m Wayne Cunnings ...........................................................................................................................Javelin Peter Dajia ................................................................................................................................... Shot Put Ronald Johnson ....................................................................................................... Triple Jump (6th) McClinton Neal ................................................................................................................... 400 Hurdles McClinton Neal ...............................................................................400 Hurdles (9th), 110 Hurdles Joseph Sainah ..................................................................................................................................800m Ronald Hancock ..............................................................................................................................200m Joel McCray ............................................................................................................4x400m Relay (7th) Ronald Hancock ....................................................................................................4x400m Relay (7th) McClinton Neal......................................................................................................4x400m Relay (7th) Joseph Sainah .........................................................................................................4x400m Relay(7th) McClinton Neal ................................................................................400 Hurdles (1st), 110 Hurdles Joel McCray ......................................................................................................................................100m Ronald Hancock ..............................................................................................................................200m Ronald Hancock .............................................................................................................. 4x400m Relay Joel McCray ...................................................................................................................... 4x400m Relay Joseph Sainah .................................................................................................................. 4x400m Relay McClinton Neal................................................................................................................ 4x400m Relay Ronald Hancock ................................................................................................................... 200m (7th) McClinton Neal .........................................................................................................400 Hurdles (3rd) Joel McCray ......................................................................................................................................400m Clinton Bufuku ................................................................................................................... 100m, 200m Clinton Bufuku ...................................................................................................................... 100m (5th) Cornelius Cavitt .................................................................................................................... 200m (4th) Elston Cawley ........................................................................................................................ 200m (5th) Markus Lindahl ......................................................................................................4x100m Relay (5th) Cornelius Cavitt .....................................................................................................4x100m Relay (5th) Crystin Wuthrich ...................................................................................................4x100m Relay (5th) Elston Cawley ........................................................................................................4x100m Relay (5th) Elson Cawley ............................................................................................................200m (6th), 100m Cornelius Cavitt .................................................................................................................... 200m (4th) Nelson Stewart .....................................................................................................................Long Jump Elston Cawley ...................................................................................................................................200m Elston Cawley ..................................................................................................................... 200m, 100m Andra Fifer .........................................................................................................................................100m Elston Cawley.........................................................................................................4x100m Relay (8th) Andra Fifer...............................................................................................................4x100m Relay (8th) Zach Wood ..............................................................................................................4x100m Relay (8th) Andre Horn .............................................................................................................4x100m Relay (8th) Belford Johnson ....................................................................................................4x100m Relay (8th) Paul Whitty............................................................................................................................ 110 Hurdles Clem Taylor ........................................................................................................................................100m Quinchun Carey ....................................................................................................................Long Jump Jared Connaughton........................................................................................................................200m Jared Connaughton........................................................................................................................200m Jon McDowell .............................................................................................................110 Hurdles(9th) Jared Connaughton....................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Byron Majors .................................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Coby Morrison ................................................................................................................. 4x100m Relay Jarid Vaughan .................................................................................................................. 4x100m Relay Coby Morrison ..................................................................................................................... 400 Hurdles Cordero Gray ..........................................................................................4x100m Relay, 100m, 200m Takeshi Fujiwara .............................................................................................................. 4x100m Relay Byron Majors .................................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Jarid Vaughan .................................................................................................................. 4x100m Relay Andrew Duncan .................................................................................................................... High Jump Cordero Gray ....................................................................................................................... 100m, 200m

1991 1992 1996 1997 1998 2007

Terrance Carson ........................................................................................................... Mile Relay (8th) Joel McCray ................................................................................................................... Mile Relay (8th) Joseph Sainah ............................................................................................................... Mile Relay (8th) Ron Hancock ....................................................................................................................................200m Joel McCray ......................................................................................................................................400m Joel McCray ......................................................................................................................................400m Elston Cawley ........................................................................................................................ 200m (6th) Elston Cawley ........................................................................................................................ 200m (3rd) Escoffrey Thomas ............................................................................................................................800m Elston Cawley ........................................................................................................................ 200m (3rd) Wade Hayes ...............................................................................................................................Pole Vault Jared Connaughton........................................................................................................................200m Idiliio Campos ..............................................................................................................................Mile run Koby Styles .................................................................................................................................... 3,000m Jon McDowell .........................................................................................................................60 Hurdles

NCAA Regional Qualifiers 2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Clement Taylor..................................................................................................................................100m Edward Broadnax ............................................................................................................... 110 Hurdles Adam Stafford...................................................................................................................... 110 Hurdles Paul Whitty............................................................................................................................ 110 Hurdles Calvin Portley ....................................................................................................................... 400 Hurdles Brian Allison............................................................................................................................Long Jump Shay Collett................................................................................................................................Pole Vault Jared Connaughton.......................................................................................................... 100m, 200m Glenn Taylor.......................................................................................................................................200m Jacob Cedertun ..................................................................................................3000m Steeplechase Adam Stafford...................................................................................................................... 110 Hurdles Edward Broadnax ............................................................................................................... 110 Hurdles Paul Whitty............................................................................................................................ 110 Hurdles Coby Morrison ..................................................................................................................... 400 Hurdles Shay Collett................................................................................................................................Pole Vault Levi Armstrong .........................................................................................................................Pole Vault Paul Whitty.......................................................................................... 110m Hurdles, 4x100m Relay Coby Morrison ..................................................................................................................... 400 Hurdles Jon McDowell ...................................................................................................................... 400 Hurdles Jared Connaughton....................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Adam Stafford.................................................................................................................. 4x100m Relay Glenn Taylor...................................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Quinchun Carey ....................................................................................................................Long Jump Kelley Jackson.............................................................................................................................Hammer Jared Connaughton............................................................................ 100m, 200m, 4x100m Relay Shay Collett................................................................................................................................Pole Vault Quinchun Carey ......................................................................................Long Jump, 4x100m Relay Coby Morrison ....................................................................................... 400 Hurdles, 4x100m Relay Jon McDowell ...................................................................................................................... 110 Hurdles Edward Broadnax ............................................................................................................... 110 Hurdles Byron Majors .................................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Jared Connaughton............................................................................ 100m, 200m, 4x100m Relay Shay Collett................................................................................................................................Pole Vault Wade Hayes ...............................................................................................................................Pole Vault Andrew Duncan III ..............................................................................................................Triple Jump Jarid Vaughan .....................................................................................4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay Curtis Hoyle ...................................................................................................................... 4x400m Relay Coby Morrison ........................................................ 100m, 200m, 400m Hurdles, 4x100m Relay Jon McDowell ...................................................................................................................... 110 Hurdles Tim Thompson .................................................................................................................... 110 Hurdles Eddie Beckwith...................................................................................................400m, 4x400m Relay Byron Majors .......................................................................................4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay Cordero Gray ............................................................100m, 200m, 4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay Andrew Duncan III ......................................................................................Triple Jump, High Jump Wade Hayes ...............................................................................................................................Pole Vault Cory Carswell ............................................................................................................................Pole Vault Quinchun Carey ....................................................................................................................Long Jump Eddie Beckwith..................................................................... 400m, 4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay Jarid Vaughan .....................................................................................................100m, 4x100m Relay Takeshi Fujiwara .................................................................................4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay Byron Majors .......................................................................................................100m, 4x400m Relay Idilio Campos ....................................................................................................................................800m Eddie Beckwith................................................................................................................ 4x400m Relay Isiah Clements ....................................................................................................................... High Jump Cordero Gray ............................................................100m, 200m, 4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay Aundrea Williams.................................................................................. 400 Hurdles, 4x400m Relay Jarid Vaughan ....................................................................................... 100m, 200m, 4x100m Relay Andrew Duncan ........................................................................................... High Jump, Triple Jump Takeshi Fujiwara .................................................................................4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay Wade Hayes ...............................................................................................................................Pole Vault Byron Majors .................................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Isiah Clements ....................................................................................................................... High Jump Cordero Gray ......................................................................................... 100m, 200m, 4x100m Relay Aundrea Williams.................................................................................. 400 Hurdles, 4x100m Relay Lionel Mungwari.....................................................................................4x100m Relay, Long Jump Renan Palma ........................................................................................................................ 110 Hurdles Wade Hayes ...............................................................................................................................Pole Vault Juan Lewis ......................................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay

Men’s Indoor 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1990

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Gilbert Smith ............................................................................................................... Long Jump (2nd) Gilbert Smith ............................................................................................................... Long Jump (1st) Sansiski Daniels .......................................................................................................... 60 Hurdles (6th) Sansiski Daniels .......................................................................................................... 60 Hurdles (6th) Vernon George .......................................................................................Long Jump, 60-yd Hurdles David Peltier ...........................................................................................................................600-yd run Sansiski Daniels .......................................................................................................... 55 Hurdles (4th) David Peltier ...........................................................................................................................600-yd run Sansiski Daniels .....................................................................................................................55 Hurdles Ronald Johnson ...............................................................................Triple Jump (4th), Long Jump McClinton Neal ........................................................................................................... 55 Hurdles (4th) Joseph Sainah ....................................................................................................................... 800m (5th) McClinton Neal............................................................................................................. Mile Relay (8th)

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MEN’S SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE ACCOLADES Outdoor Team Championships

Outdoor Newcomer of the Year

1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2007

Takeshi Fujiwara - 2008

Indoor Team Championships

Outdoor High Point Scorers

1990, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000

Individual Outdoor Champions Lamar 122, UT Arlington 103, Texas State 67, McNeese State 54, Northwestern State 44, Stephen F. Austin 37, UTSA 30, Sam Houston State 26, Southeastern Louisiana 10, Nicholls 3.

Individual Indoor Champions

Gilbert Smith - 1980, 23.5 points Gilbert Smith - 1981, 22.5 points Sansiski Daniels - 1986, 28.0 points McClinton Neal - 1989, 25.0 points Terrance Carson - 1991, 27.0 points Elston Cawley - 1997, 28.5 points Elston Cawley - 2000, 25.0 points Cordero Gray - 2009, 22.5 points

UT Arlington 75, Northwestern State 39, Texas State 38, Lamar 39, UTSA 31, McNeese State 26, Stephen F. Austin 23, Sam Houston State 23, Southeastern Louisiana 4, Nicholls 1.

Indoor High Point Scorers Joseph Sainah - 1990, 22.5 points Cornelius Cavitt - 1995, 20.5 points Elston Cawley - 1997, 23 points Henrik Skoog (tied) - 1999, 18 points Jared Connaughton (tied) - 2006, 18 points Adolphus Jones - 2010, 23 points

Outdoor Athletes of the Year Clinton Bufuku - 1994 Elston Cawley - 1997, 2000 Jared Connaughton - 2006

SLC Outdoor Championship Record Holders

Indoor Athletes of the Year

Outdoor Coaches of the Year Monte Stratton - 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 John Sauerhage - 1996, 2007

SLC Indoor Championship Record Holders Sansiski Daniels - 60-yd hurdles, 7.16, 1984 Jared Connuaghton - 200m, 21.57 Joseph Sainah - 800m, 1:48.82, 1990 (prelim.) Monte Whittenberg, Damond Bickel, Roger Krueger, Terence Beach - Two-mile Relay, 7:38.03, 1991 Team - Distance Medley Relay, 9:59.09, 1996

Outstanding Outdoor Track Performers Sansiski Daniels - 1986 McClinton Neal - 1989, 1990, 1991 Clinton Bufuku - 1994 Elston Cawley - 1997, 2000 Jared Connaughton - 2006 Cordero Gray - 2009

Four-Time Individual Outdoor Winners Errol Byles - 400 Hurdles, 1994-97 McClinton Neal - 110 Hurdles, 1988-91 McClinton Neal - 400 Hurdles, 1988-91

Outstanding Indoor Track Performers Joseph Sainah - 1989 1990 Rodger Krueger - 1993 Terence Beach - 1994 Clinton Bufuku - 1995 Elston Cawley - 1997 Henrik Skoog - 1999

Three-Time Individual Outdoor Winners Sansiski Daniels - 110 Hurdles, 1984-86 Gilbert Smith - Long Jump, 1980-82

Three-Time Individual Indoor Winners

Outstanding Outdoor Field Performers DeeWayne Gray - 1970 Gilbert Smith - 1981

McClinton Neal - 400m, 1988-90 Gilbert Smith - Long Jump, 1980-82 Wade Hayes - Pole Vault, 2008-10

Outstanding Indoor Field Performers Ronald Johnson (tied) - 1988 Kelley Jackson - 2005

MEN’S OUTDOOR ALL-TIME BEST MARKS 100 Meters 10.14 10.16 10.17 10.19 10.23 10.26 10.26

Elston Cawley Cordero Gray Clinton Bufuku Andra Fifer Jarid Vaughn Cordero Gray Gilbert Smith

1500 Meters 2000 2010 1995 2000 2009 2009 1981

200 Meters 20.35 20.37 20.45 20.47 20.59 20.73 20.73 20.73

Elston Cawley Cornelius Cavitt Ronald Hancock Jarid Vaughn Jared Connaughton Cordero Gray Joel McCray Andra Fifer

45.82 45-91 45.94 45.98 45.99

Joel McCray David McKinzie David Peltier Andre Booker Cornelius Cavitt

1:47.85 1:48.63 1:48.94 1:49.97 1:50.43 1:50.67

Joseph Sainah Escoffrey Thomas Bill Jones Idilio Campos Idilio Campos Darren Rous

1998 1996 1989 2009 2006 2010 1992 2000

3:46.83 3:49.18 3:49.35 3:49.90

Henrik Skoog Isaac Bigeon Calvin McGill Dale Drennan

14:31.98 14:33.25 14:33.87* 14:36.70 14:47.85

Erik Petersson Calvin McGill Mark Newland Joel Chemwetich Koby Styles

30:16.69 30:23.33 30:52.18 30:55.44 31:00.07

Koby Styles Calvin McGill Jody Broccoli-Hickey Jimmy Balmer Isaac Bigeon

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5000 Meters 2001 1986 1977 1986 2007

10000 Meters

800 Meters 1989 1997 1988 2009 2008 2009

400-Meter Intermediate Hurdles 1988 2006 1985 1986

48.99 50.25 50.46 50.72 50.95

McClinton Neal Sansiski Daniels Bjorn Engstrom Errol Byles Josh Rosenthal

26-8 1/ 2 26-6w 26-3 25-11.75 25-7 25-6

Gilbert Smith Vernon George Del Smutherman Quinchun Carey Nelson Stewart Delon Grace

53-1 52-0 52- 1/2 50-6 1/4 50-4 3/4

Ronald Johnson Jeremy Cook Dennis Trottier Brent Eckels Delon Grace

7-1 3/4 7-1 7- 1/4 7-0.5 7-0

Ryan Chambers Jimmy Harris Steve Channell Andrew Duncan III Gladstone Morrison

3000-Meter Steeplechase 8:52.17 8:59.97 9:00.04* 9:05.20

400 Meters 1992 1985 1984 1985 1996

Joel Chemwetich Jacob Cedertun John Sauerhage Ben Melly

2007 1986 2007 1991 1985

110-Meter High Hurdles 13.47 13.60 13.72 13.73 13.87

Sansiski Daniels Jon McDowell McClinton Neal Paul Whitty Terrance Carson

1986 2007 1990 2003 1990

1991 1986 1998 1996 2000

Long Jump 1982 1984 1992 2006 1997 1996

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Elston Cawley - 100m, 10.13, 2000 Elston Cawley - 200m, 20.37, 2000 Sansiski Daniels - 110 Hurdles, 13.66, 1984 McClinton Neal - 400 Hurdles, 49.53, 1990 Andra Fifer, Zach Wood, Andre Horn, Elston Cawley - 4x100m Relay, 39.58, 2000 Joel McCray, Ron Hancock, McClinton Neal, Joseph Sainah - 4x400m Relay, 3:04.60, 1989 Kelley Jackson, Hammer, 168-00, 2005

Joseph Sainah - 1990 Elston Cawley - 1997 Henrik Skoog - 1999 Jared Connaughton - 2006

Triple Jump 1988 2000 1984 1990 1995

High Jump 2000,01 1983 1978 2008 1992

Current athletes in Bold Italic. *- converted from yards

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The University of Texas at Arlington Pole Vault 17-4 1/2 17-1 1/2 17-1 1/2 17-0 3/4 17-0 3/4 17-0 17-0

Shay Collett Levi Armstrong Jocqua Mitchell Keith Finney Wade Hayes Donnie Kemp Mike Freberg

2004 2004 2000 1992 2008 1986 1988

223-6 1/2

Al Kraft

6,944 6,780 6,740 6,730 6,637 6,546

Mike Davis Justin Nicholls Rickey Brown Brian Nimphius Scott Calhoun Brandon Berger

1970

David Plummer, Terence Beach

Decathlon

4x1500-Meter Relay 1992 2001 1991 1995 1990 1997

15:37.95

1985 - John Sauerhage, Gene Hensarling, Danny Garcia, Ben Melly

Sprint Medley Relay 3:14.02

1989-Joel McCray, Ron Hancock, McClinton Neal, Joseph Sainah

Shot Put 61-2 55-4 55-2 3/4 55-1 54-11 1/ 4

Peter Dajia Bob Howard Rob Moore Don Morrison Brian Gower

1988 1984 1989 1971 1982

4x100-Meter Relay 39.58 39.60 39.65

Discus 177-3 176-10 175-03 174-2 173-3

Ken Justice Rob Zanette Rob Moore Eric Myers Bob Howard

175-5 144-09

Kelley Jackson David Mannering

1980 1985 1989 1977 1984

2000-Andra Fifer, Zach Wood, Andre Horn, Elston Cawley 1996-Markus Lindahl, Cornelius Cavitt, Crystin Wuthrich, Elston Cawley 2007-Jared Connaughton, Byron Majors, Coby Morrison, Jarid Vaughan

Distance Medley Relay 9:51.40

1981-John Love, Mike Maciel, Ron Ellis, Larry Boatman

Shuttle Hurdle Relay 57.48

2003- Adam Stafford, Paul Whitty, Ed Broadnax, Chris Lillie

4x200-Meter Relay 1:21.73 1:22.71

1996-Markus Lindahl, Cornelius Cavitt, Crystin Wuthrich, Elston Cawley 1983-Monroe Nichols, Cedric Ingram, Kevin Kennard, David McKenzie

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Hammer 2005 2007

3:04.27

Javelin 231-7 219-4 217-5 212-10 192-10

Wayne Cunnings Mark Stout Rickey Brown Mike Davis Michael Cast

1988 1998 1991 1992 2006

Allen Lowes Wayne Cunnings

1979 1984

Current athletes in Bold Italic. *- converted from yards

7:30.03

2009-Darren Rous, Idilio Campos, Dwight Robinson, Ozie Hood 1982-Ron Morain, Tyrone Nichols, John Love, Sammy Montalvo 1993-Rodger Krueger, Conrad Thompson,

MEN’S INDOOR ALL-TIME BEST MARKS 55 Meters 6.22* 6.23 6.29 6.29 6.31

Gilbert Smith Jared Connaughton Sansiski Daniels Clinton Bufuke Zach Wood

6.68 6.72 6.73 6.74 6.75

Jared Connaughton Cordero Gray Andra Fifer Zach Wood Cordero Gray

20.64 21.03 21.18 21.19 21.34

Elston Cawley Cordero Gray Jared Connaughton Jarid Vaughn Ron Hancock

47.24 47.40 47.53 47.61 47.64

Patrick James Joel McCray Eddie Beckwith Bjorn Emgstrom Cornelius Cavitt

1982 2006 1984 1995 2000

8:26.56 8:29.70

Erik Petersson Jason Johnston

14:30.42 14:46.20

Koby Styles Erik Peterson

2006 2010 2001 2000 2009

2001 1994

5000 Meters

60 Meters

2007 2001

Sansiski Daniels McClinton Neal Vernon George Kevin Woods Terrance Carson Dion Dinegal

Wade Hayes Levi Armstrong Jocqua Mitchell Keith Finney Brian Clark

14:11.42 14:12.90 14:20.20 14:21.32 14:28.12

Jimmy Balmer Mario Streng Don Taylor Danny Garcia Jason Johnston

3:07.96

1990-McClinton Neal, Joel McCray, Terrace Carson Joseph Sainah 2001-Josh Rosenthal, Justin Nicholls, Chad Polk, Patrick James 1996-Christian Wuthrich, Nick Scott, Elston Cawley, Cornelius Cavitt

1987 1990 1984 1980 1991 1993

David Peltier Ron Morian Terence Beach Ben Melly Bjorn Engstrom

1999 1991 2008 1998 1996

1986 1982 1994 1985 1999

800 Meters 1:48.50 1:48.74 1:50.29 1:50.90 1:51.23

Escoffrey Thomas Joseph Sainah Idilio Campos Dwight Robinson David Plummer

1997 1990 2009 2010 1996

Mile Run 4:07.02c 4:09.60 4:10.26c 4:11.04 4:13.01

Joel Chemwetich Jacob Cedertun John Sauerhage Roger Krueger Idilio Campos

1986 2006 1985 1994 2007

3000 Meters 8:14.72 8:22.75 8:25.93

Henrik Skoog Jason Buie Koby Styles

1993 1993 1980 1983 1994

400-Meter Relay 1998 2010 2007 2009 1991

60-Meter Hurdles 7.87 8.00 8.06 8.11 8.20

Paul Whitty Adam Stafford Jon McDowell Edward Broadnax David Pluss

60-1 56-7 55-9.75 54-4 542 59-2.25 48-07.50 47-07.75

Peter Dajia Rob Moore Kelley Jackson Brian Gower Bob Howard Weight Throw Kelley Jackson Idris Fahmi David Mannering

53-3 50-6 49-8 49-5 49-1

Ronald Johnson Denis Trottier Gladstone Morrison Brent Eckels Andrew Duncan

26-1 25-5 25-2 25-1 24-4

Gilbert Smith Ronald Johnson Del Smutherman Vernon George Delon Grace

7-1 7-0 7-0 6-11 6-10

Marcus Swiat Jimmy Harris Gladstone Morrison Ronald Johnson Ryan Chambers

2003 2005 2007 2005 2000

3:08.54 3:09.20

400 Meters

1:08.75 1:11.80 1:12.45 1:12.67 1:12.76

2008 2004 2001 1992 1989

Three Miles

55-Meter Hurdles 7.07 7.16 7.21 7.41 7.44 7.44

Pole Vault 17-2.75 17-1.75 17-0 17-0 16-9

200 Meters

600-yard Dash

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1990-Ronald Hancock, Terrance Car son, Joel McCray, McClinton Neal 1982-Monroe Nichols, Tyrone Nichols, Kevin Kennard, David McKinzie

4x800-Meter Relay 7:26.47 7:27.82

Old Javelin 252-7 239-1

4x400-Meter Relay 3:04.15

1999 1996 2007

800-Meter Relay

Shot Put 1986 1990 2005 1981 1984

7:35.56*

1992-Thomas Teger, Montie Wittenberg, Shawn Brougham, Terence Beach

2005 2007 2007

10:04.33

1996 – Errol Byles Hakan Jansson, Jonas Rosengren, Chris Strait 1995-Conrad Thompson, Errol Byles, Jonas Rosengren, Chris Strait

9:06.64 9:10.8 9:11.1 9:11.1 9:12.16

Calvin McGill Jimmy Balmer Don Taylor Jeff Fossmeyer David Zuk

3:48.74 3:51.50

Joel Chemwetich John Sauerhage

5,475

Adolphus Jones

Distance Medley Relay 9:59.09

Two Miles

Triple Jump 1988 1984 1995 1990 2009

1987 1991 1980 1987 1978

1500 Meters

Long Jump 1984 1884, 88 1992 1984 1996

1986 1985

Heptathlon 2010

High Jump 1999 1983 1994, 95 1984 1999

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NCAA WOMEN’S MEET QUALIFIERS Women’s Outdoor 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

1996 1999 2000

2001 2002 2003

Women’s Indoor 1992 1993 1994 1995 1997 1998

Lisa Austin .............................................................................................................................Triple Jump Lisa Austin ......................................................................................................................................... Triple Lisa Austin .............................................................................................................................Triple Jump Tara Ford, .......................................................................................................Long Jump, Triple Jump Lisa Austin .............................................................................................................................Triple Jump Gwen Clardy .....................................................................................................................................200m Therese Ahlepil ...............................................................................................................................800m Marion Meyer ................................................................................................................Pole Vault (7th)

2001 2002 2003 2004

Marsha French ........................................................................................................................... Shot Put Marsha French .................................................................................................................Shot Put (8th) Mishael Bertrand ............................................................................................................................800m Ashely Dorsey ..................................................................................................................Shot Put (6th) Ashely Dorsey ..................................................................................................................Shot Put (7th) Kajsa Haglund................................................................................................................................ 1500m Kajsa Haglund................................................................................................................................ 1500m

NCAA Regional Qualifiers 2003

2004 2005

2006

2007

2008 2009

2010

Rikki Holland ................................... 100m, 200m, Long Jump, 4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay Candeese Cawley ..................................................... Long Jump, 4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay Camille Duckett..................................................................................4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay Camille Duckett.................................................................................... 4x00m Relay, 4x400m Relay Brittany Williams ............................................................................................................. 4x100m Relay Kajsa Haglund................................................................................................................................ 1500m Brittany Williams ..............................................................................................................................100m Kajsa Haglund...................................................................................................................................800m Tiffanie Reeves............................................................................................................................ Shot Put Shana Rash ....................................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Ellen Garrison................................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Kourtnee Jones ............................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Brittany Williams ............................................................................................................. 4x100m Relay Ivorita Taylor ......................................................................................................................................800m Lisa Haglund .................................................................................................................................. 1500m Ellen Garrison......................................................................................................100m, 4x100m Relay Kourtnee Jones ............................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Kim Hargers ...................................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay LaTasha Watson ............................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Kourtnee Jones ................................................................................................................................100m Ivorita Taylor ......................................................................................................................................800m Shana Rash ....................................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Jasmine Walls ................................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Kim Hargers ...................................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Kourtnee Jones ............................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Stacey Bennett ...................................................................................................................... High Jump Jasmine Walls ...................................................................................................................... 100m, 200m Jasmine Walls ...........................................................100m, 200m, 4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay Antonia Hopkins .................................................................. 400m, 4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay Clarrisa Toomer ..................................................................................4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay LaDoreal Thompson ........................................................... 100m, 4x100m Relay, 4x400m Relay Jasmine Walls ...................................................................................................................... 100m, 200m Shannon Reynolds .............................................................................. 100m, 200m, 4x400m Relay Antonia Hopkins ................................................................................................................ 200m, 400m Megan Turner......................................................................................... 400 Hurdles, 4x400m Relay DeAndrea Smith ............................................................................................................. 4x400m Relay Brittany Culbertson ....................................................................................................... 4x400m Relay

WOMEN’S SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE ACCOLADES Outdoor Team Championships 1991, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

Indoor Team Championships

Outstanding Indoor Field Performers Jenny Hockett - 1993 Lisa Austin, 1994 Eva Jonson, 1997, 1998 (co) Marion Meyer, 1999

1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

Outdoor Freshman of the Year Individual Outdoor Champions

Shannon Reynolds - 2010

UT Arlington 84, Texas State 64, UTSA 46, Stephen F. Austin 34, McNeese State 29, Northwestern State 24, Sam Houston State 16, Lamar 8, Southeastern Louisiana 7, Nicholls 2, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 1.

Shannon Reynolds - 2010

Individual Indoor Champions Texas State 67, UT Arlington 66, UTSA 53, Stephen F. Austin 32, Sam Houston State 23, Northwestern State 17, McNeese State 14, Lamar 13, Southeastern Louisiana 4, Texas A&MCorpus Christi 2.

Outdoor Athlete of the Year Angela Nelson - 1995 (co) Jasmine Walls - 2009

Indoor Freshman of the Year Outdoor Newcomer of the Year Jerono Patrober - 2010

Outdoor High Point Scorers Sara Massey - 1991, 52 points Jenny Hockett -1993, 26.5 points Gwen Clardy - 1994, 23.0 points Angela Nelson - 1995, 30.0 points Jasmine Walls - 2008, 22.75 points

Indoor Athlete of the Year Angela Nelson - 1994, 1995 Jasmine Walls - 2010

Outstanding Outdoor Track Performers Angela Nelson - 1995 Kristin Ahlepil - 1999 Jasmine Walls - 2008, 2009, 2010

Outstanding Indoor Track Performers Angela Nelson - 1994-95 Jasmine Walls - 2010

Outstanding Outdoor Field Performers Sara Massey - 1989, 1991 Jenny Hockett - 1992 Jennifer Robeson - 1994 Eva Jonsson - 1996, 1997 Ashely Dorsey - 2002

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Sara Massey ...................................................................................Heptathlon, High Jump, Javelin Lisa Austin .............................................................................................................................Triple Jump Gwen Clardy ....................................................................................................................... 100m, 200m Lisa Austin ................................................................................................................Triple Jump (10th) Jenny Hockett ..................................................................................................................... Javelin (8th) Gwen Clardy ....................................................................................................................... 100m, 200m Lisa Austin ................................................................................................................Triple Jump (10th) Tara Ford ............................................................................. Triple Jump (11th), Long Jump (10th) Gwen Clardy ....................................................................................................................... 100m, 200m Angela Nelson ................................................................................................................. 10000m (9th) Janet Meaux ........................................................................................................................ 100 Hurdles Lisa Austin ................................................................................................................Triple Jump (10th) Yvette Wingate .....................................................................................................................Long Jump Gwen Clardy .....................................................................................................................................100m Eva Jonsson ................................................................................................................Heptathlon (8th) Marion Meyer ................................................................................................................Pole Vault (7th) Marsha French ........................................................................................................................... Shot Put Marsha French .................................................................................................................Shot Put (7th) Mishael Bertrand ............................................................................................................................800m LaQuinta Manahan ........................................................................................................................100m LaQuinta Manahan ........................................................................................................ 4x100m Relay Sabrina Jordan-Dawkins .............................................................................................. 4x100m Relay Rikki Holland .................................................................................................................... 4x100m Relay Shani Darthard ................................................................................................................ 4x100m Relay Ashely Dorsey ............................................................................................................... Shot Put (17th) LaQuinta Manahan ...........................................................................................................100m (14th) Erica Martensson ................................................................................................................. 400m (8th) Ashely Dorsey ..................................................................................................................Shot Put (4th) Kajsa Haglund................................................................................................................................ 1500m Rikki Holland .....................................................................................................................................100m Kajsa Haglund...................................................................................................................................800m Jasmine Walls ....................................................................................................................................200m Jasmine Walls ....................................................................................................................................200m

1999 2000

Indoor High Point Scorers Angela Nelson - 1994, 30 points Angela Nelson - 1995, 28 points Kajsa Haglund - 2001, 24.5 points Jasmine Walls - 2010, 22 points

Outdoor Coaches of the Year Monte Stratton - 1991, 1995 John Sauerhage - 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

Indoor Coaches of the Year Monte Stratton - 1995 John Sauerhage - 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

SLC Outdoor Championship Record Holders Kajsa Haglund, 1500m, 4:26.92, 2002 Kristin Ahlepil, 3000m, 9:42.09, 1998 Angela Nelson, 10000m, 35:35.83, 1995

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The University of Texas at Arlington SLC Outdoor Championship Record Holders (cont’d)

Four-Time Outdoor Winners/Same Year

Shani Darthard, Rikki Holland, Sabrina Jordan-Dawkins, LaQuinta Manahan, 400m Relay 44.59, 2000 Jennifer Roberson, High Jump, 5-11.25, 1996 Lisa Austin, Triple Jump, 43-04.50, 1993 Marsha French, Shot Put, 54-11.25, 1999 Sara Massey, Javelin, 173-05.00, 1991

Four-Time Outdoor Individual Winners Kajsa Haglund, 2001-04, 1,500m run Eva Jonsson, 1995-98, Heptathlon

Three-Time Outdoor Individual Winners Jasmine Walls - 100m, 2008-10 Jamine Walls - 200m, 2008-10 Mishael Bertrand - 800m, 1999-2001 Marsha French - Shot Put, 1996, 1999-2000 (won ’96 title while at Louisiana Monroe) LaQuinta Manahan - 100m, 1999-01 Sara Massey - High Jump 1988-90 Janet Meaux - 100 Hurdles, 1993-95

Sara Massey - Heptathlon, Javelin, High Jump, 400 Hurdles, 1991

Three-Time Outdoor Winners/Same Year Kristin Ahlepil - 1,500m, 3,000m, 5,000m, 1998 Eva Jonsson - Triple Jump, Heptathlon, 400 Hurdles, 1997 Sara Massey - Javelin, High Jump, Heptathlon, 1989 Angela Nelson - 3,000m, 5,000m, 10,000m, 1995 SLC Championship Record Holders LaQuinta Manahan, 60-meter dash, 7.39, 2001 Mishael Bertrand-Berger, 800 meters, 2:10.84, 1999 Kajsa Haglund, mile run, 4:49.79, 2003 Distance medley, 10:49.14, 1996 Lisa Austin, triple jump, 43-01.75, 1994 Individual champions 3-time winners - Lisa Austin, 1993-95

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WOMEN’S OUTDOOR ALL-TIME BEST MARKS 100 Meters 11.30 11.44 11.48 11.50 11.51

LaQuinta Manahan Gwen Clardy Rikki Holland Kourtnee Jones Jasmine Walls

2000 1995 2003 2007 2009

200 Meters 23.23 23.36 23.48 23.55 23.61 23.63

Jasmine Walls Jasmine Walls LaQuinta Manahan Gwen Clardy Kourtnee Jones Rikki Holland

2008 2010 2000 1995 2007 2003

400 Meters 54.26 54.73 55.08 55.72 55.36

Shaniqua White Roselyn Shanklin Gwen Clardy Antonia Hopkins Misty Lowe

2:05.79 2:07.27 2:08.13 2:08.65 2:10.75

Mishael Bertrand Kajsa Haglund Ivorita Taylor Asa Hedstrom Kristin Ahlepil

2001 1995 1994 2008 1999

800 Meters 2000 2004 2007 1996 1998

1500 Meters 4:18.39 4:22.36 4:29.06 4:31.61

Kajsa Haglund Kristin Ahlepil Linda Sjostrom Therese Ahlepil

9:42.09 9:46.93 9:51.87 9:52.02 9:54.50

Kristin Ahlepil Frida Rosenberg Linda Sjostrom Angela Nelson Rebecca Johansson

16:53.51 17:06.11 17:06.76 17.07.80 17:36.84 17:44.13

Jenono Patrober Rebecca Johansson Angela Nelson Jodi Hulett Frida Rosenberg Katja Andersson

34:24.99 35:43.03 36:56.92 37:22.69 38:30.77

Angela Nelson Rebecca Johansson Jenono Patrober Frida Rosenberg Maria Cantu

2003 1999 1999 1997

59.51 1:01.11 1:01.35 1:01.56

43-4 1/ 2 42- 1/ 2 40-11 1/ 2 40-10 1/ 2 40-10 1/ 2

Tara Ford Yvette Wingate Jenny Hockett Rikki Holland Eva Jonsson

5-11 1/4 5-10 1/2 5-10 5-10 5-9

Jenn Robeson Sara Massey Carrie Davis Karin Petersson Rachel Brown

12-07.25 12-05.50 11-11.75 11-11.75

1995 2002 2010 2000 2000

173-5 164-5 138-6 138-1 136-6

Sara Massey Jenny Hockett Jennifer Robeson Teresa Rogers Susan Carter

2001 1995 1988 1996 1996

5,444 5,430 5,187 5,159

Sara Massey Eva Jonsson Susan Carter Jennifer Robeson

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Erica Martensson Eva Jonsson

2001 1998

4x400-Meter Relay 3:39.42

3:44.62 3:48.30

8:51.48 9:06.99

1993-Roselyn Shanklin, Lisa Austin, Gwen Clardy, Tara Ford 2010 - DeAndrea Smith, Megan Turner, Brittany Culbertson, Shannon Reynolds 2003-Brittany Williams, Kajsa Haglund, Camille Duckett, Rikki Holland 2007-Antonia Hopkins, Chamberlain Garber, Bryana Hill, Ivorita Taylor

1999 2007 2006 2007

3:56.94

1996-Gwen Clardy, Roselyn Shanklin, Pam Burns, Asa Hedstrom 2007-Jasmine Walls, Kourtnee Jones Chamberlain Garber Ivorita Taylor

Distance Medley Relay 11:27.03

2002 2000 2004 1995 1991

1996-Julie Barba, Brenna Smith, Therese Ahlepil, Asa Hedstrom 1998-Linda Sjostrom, Kristin Ahlepil, Mishael Bertrand, Theresa Soderlund

Sprint Medley Relay 3:52.58

Shot Put

Linda Rosema Emma Stahlberg

45.48

2003-Candeese Cawley, Rikki Holland, Brittany Williams, Camille Duckett 2009-Antonia Hopkins, Jasmine Walls, LaDoreal Thompson, Clarrisa Toomer 2007-Shana Rash, Jasmine Walls, Kim Hargers, Kourtnee Jones 1996-Toy’nesha Shaw, Gwen Clardy, Pam Burns, Roselyn Shanklin

4x800-Meter Relay 1999 1989, 91 2001 1995 1985

Maron Meyer Vanessa Maida Lacey Moore Ern Cluss

170-00 159-01

400-Meter Intermediate Hurdles

1994 1995 1992 2000 1996

Pole Vault

1997- Linda Sjostram, Theresa Ahlepil, Misty Lowe, Kristin Ahlepil

Discus 1999 1992 1990 2002 1993

Hammer 2007 2007

Javelin

100-Meter Hurdles

57.70 58.99

45.19

3:41.14

High Jump

Marsha French Teresa Barnes Teresa Hamilton Ashely Dorsey Sonia Wills

2010 2001 1994 2006 1997 1994

1993 1994 1995 2001 1997

Long Jump 20-9 20-8 3/ 4 20-5 3/ 4 20-4 1/ 2 20-4

10000 Meters

Marteen Caldwell Janet Meaux Cherie Wooten Karin Olsson Monica May

Lisa Austin Tara Ford Yvette Wingate Shaniqua White Eva Jonsson

166-8 160-8 152-0 151-9 150-3

5000 Meters

45.06

45.44

Ashely Dorsey Marsha French Tiffanie Reeves Sonia Wills Teresa Barnes

1998 1997 1998 1995 2001

1993 2010 1986 2009

Triple Jump

54-11 1/2 54-11 1/4 48-3 1/2 46-7 1/4 45-3 3/4

3000 Meters

13.48 13.66 13.92 14.18 14.25

Janet Meaux Megan Turner Susan Carter Markeisha Dudley

1991 1993 1997 1986 1988

Heptathlon 1991 1996 1987 1997

4x100-Meter Relay 44.59

2000-Shanni Darthard, Rikki Holland, Sabrina Dawkins, LaQuinta Manahan

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WOMEN’S INDOOR ALL-TIME BEST MARKS 55 Meters Rikki Holland Jenny Hockett LaQuinta Manahan Monia Rolle Gwen Clardy Tara Ford

7.38 7.40 7.46 7.55 7.58 7.58

LaQuinta Manahan Monika Rolle Rikki Holland Jasmine Walls Jasmine Walls Shannon Reynolds

24.26 24.41 24.45 24.61 24.90

LaQuinta Manahan Jasmine Walls Gwen Clardy Jasmine Walls Rikki Holland

55.54 55.57 56.08 56.27 56.28

Chaska Hooper Misty Lowe Gwen Clardy Shaniqua White Roselyn Shanklin

1:25.34 1:26.07 1:26.22 1:26.87

Megan Turner Brenna O’Dell Regina Griggs Theresa Soderland

2:06.60 2:08.27 2:10.08 2:12.92 2:13.76 2:13.98

Mishael Bertrand Therese Ahlepil Kasja Haglund Ida Landgraff Ivorita Taylor Kajsa Haglund

4:42.51 4:50.08 4:55.59 4:55.82 4:56.08 4:57.99

Kajsa Haglund Kristin Ahlepil Ida Landgraff Linda Sjostrom Therese Ahlepil Frida Rosenberg

4:43.88

Angela Nelson

2003 1992 2000 2000 1995 1994

60 Meters 2001 2000 2002 2010 2008 2010

200 Meters 2001 2008 1995 2010 2002

400 Meters 1998 1998 1995 2004 1996

600-Yard Dash 2010 1994 1986 1998

9.00 9.05 9.10

Tara Burns Karin Olsson Mandy McGee

20-1 20-00 19-11 19-09 19-07 3.4

Cookie Jackson Jenny Hockett Monike Rolle Rikki Holland Tara Ford

5-09 5-09 1/2 5-08 5-08 5-08 5-08

Jennifer Robeson Sara Massey Eva Jonsson Kari Petersson Theresa Soderand Carrie Davis

43-01 41-11 40-08 40-02 3/4 39-01

Lisa Austin Shaniqua White Tara Ford Eva Jonsson Yvette Wingate

54-08 52-01 47-03.50 45-06 45-02

Ashley Dorsey Marsha French Tiffanie Reeves Teresa Barnes Teresa Hamilton

53-03.50 47-05.75 40-06.25

Linda Rosema Karmel Powers Katie Godfrey

12-09.50 12-01.50 12-01.50 11-70.75 11-05.75

Marion Meyer Lacey Moore Vanessa Maida Lauren Marks Erin Cluiss

2005 1997 2003

Long Jump 1986 1992 1999 2000 1994

High Jump 1997 1988 1998 1995 2000 2001

Triple Jump 1994 2001 1994 1998 1995

Shot Put 2002 2000 2005 1991 1989

Weight Throw 2006 2005 2005

800 Meters 2000 1997 2002 2007 2006 2001

Pole Vault

Mile Run 2004 1998 2007 1998 1997 1997

1998 2006 2006 2009 2006

4x400-Meter Relay 3:45.98 3:48.37 3:49.61

2009-Clarris Toomer, Megan Turner, Antonia Hopkins, Brittany Culbertson 1994-Tara Ford, Brenna Odell, Roselyn Shanklin, Gwen Clardy 2001-Shaniqua White, Misheal Bertrand, LaQuinta Manahan, Erica Martensson

1500 Meters 1992

Mile Relay 3:54.65

3000 Meters 9:48.95 9:52.65 10:01.17 10:02.33 10:03.77

Frida Rosenberg Rebecca Johansson Linda Sjostrom Angela Nelson Jodi Hulett

1997 2001 1999 1995 2006

Rebecca Johansson Frida Roseanberg Jenono Patrober Jodi Hulett

10:48.77 11:18.0h 11:22.4 11:37.9 11:42.8

Angela Nelson Katja Anderson Teresa Smith Carolyn Copeland Monica Carr

16:50.28

Angela Nelson

4x800-Meter Relay 9:28.82* 9:29.60

5000 Meters 16:52.80 17:10.80 17:31.90 17:46.62

3:55.66

2001 1997 2010 2006

Two Miles 1994 1994 1981 1991 1989

1994-Tara Ford, Brenna O’Dell, Roselyn Shanklin, Gwen Clardy 1995-Brenna O’Dell, Lisa Austin, Roselyn Shanklin, Gwen Clardy

1993-Kelly Westenrieder, Brenna O’Dell, Julie Barba, Barbara Buckley 1993-Brenna O’Dell, Angela Nelson, Julie Barba, Barbara Buckley

Distance Medley Relay 11:31.31

Kristin Ahlepil Linda Sjostrom, Chaska Hooper, Mishael Betrand

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6.98 7.01 7.01 7.01 7.08 7.10

Current athletes in Bold Italic. *-converted from yards h-hand time

Three Miles 1994

55-Meter Hurdles 8.19 8.24 8.24 8.29 8.34

Janet Meaux Cherie Wooten Joy McKeever Stefanie Willis Karin Olsson

1995 1987 1990 1999 1996

60-Meter Hurdles 8.62 8.95

Marteen Caldwell Stephanie Willis

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UTA IN THE SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE Thomas Teger Thomas Teger Joel McCray

Men’s Outdoor Champions Seven SLC Team Titles Blenden Johnson

1965 - 4th, 37 points 440 Yds

46.8

Al Kraft Ken Walter

1966 - 4th, 37 points High Jump 120-Yd Hurdles

6-7 14.4

Dale Drennan

1967 - 4th, 43 points 3000 Steeplechase

DeeWayne Gray Eddie Anderson Ken Walter Larry Oakes Lance Adams

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1969 - 5th, 43 points High Jump 440 Hurdles 1970 - 4th, 51.5 points Long Jump 440 Hurdles

23-1 3/4 53-6 55.0 6-5 52.2 24-0 1/4 52.9

1971 - 4th, 21 points Shot Put

55-1

Allen Lowes

1978 - 6th, 38 points Javelin

240-10

Ken Justice Allen Lowes

1979 - 4th, 78.3 points Discus Javelin

172-2 252-7

Gilbert Smith Ken Justice Gilbert Smith UTA

1980 - 2nd, 110 points Long Jump Discus 100m 400x100 Relay

25-7 3/4 170-8 10.51 40.6

Gilbert Smith Brian Gower UTA

1981 - 5th, 81 points Long Jump Shot Put 4x100 Relay

25-9 1/4 54-7 40.33

Gilbert Smith Brian Gower UTA UTA

1982 - 4th, 87 points Long Jump Shot Put 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay

UTA

1983 - 7th, 39 points Mile Relay

3:098.19

Sansiski Daniels UTA

1984 - 3rd, 90.5 points 110 Hurdles 4x400 Relay

13.66 3:07.27

David McKinzie Sansiski Daniels UTA

1985 - 3rd, 113 points 400m 110 Hurdles 4x400 Relay

45.91 13.88 3:06.71

26-3 54-11 1/4 40.25 3:08.4

Donnie Kemp David Peltier Sansiski Daniels Sansiski Daniels UTA

1986 - 3rd, 103.5 points Pole Vault 400m 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 4x400 Relay

17-0 46.20 13.69 w 51.19 3:09.67

Mike Freeberg Ronald Johnson Peter Dajia Bill Jones McClinton Neal McClinton Neal

1988 3rd, 110 points Pole Vault Triple Jump Shot Put 800m 100 Hurdles 400 Hurdles

17-0 51-3 3/ 4 61-2 1:49.49 14.17 50.25

Joseph Sainah McClinton Neal McClinton Neal UTA UTA

1989 - 1st, 155 points 800m 110 Hurdles 440 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay

1:51.9 14.17 50.23 40.24 3:04.60

Keith Finney Joel McCray Joseph Sainah McClinton Neal McClinton Neal

1990 - 1st, 139 points Pole Vault 400m 800m 110 Hurdles 440 Hurdles

16-8 3/4 46.56 1:50.96 14.02 49.53

Terence Beach McClinton Neal McClinton Neal UTA UTA

1991 - 1st, 171 points 800m 110 Hurdles 440 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 1992 - 1st, 146 points Decathlon

1:51.88 13.75w 50.53 40.20 3:09.03 6,616

15:06.82 31:40.7 46.84

Clinton Bufuku Clinton Bufuku Terence Beach Rodger Krueger Errol Byles UTA

1994 - 1st, 150 points 100m 200m 800m 1500m 400 Hurdles 4x400 Relay

10.46 20.81 1:51.12 3:55.01 51.75 3:08.51

Chris Strait Clinton Bufuku Clinton Bufuku Errol Byles

1995 - 2nd, 150 points 1500m 100m 200m 400 Hurdles

3:59.17 10.31 20.92 51.42

Elston Cawley Cornelius Cavitt Errol Byles UTA

1996 - 1st, 146 points 100m 200m 400 Hurdles 4x100 Relay

10.40 20.38 50.81 39.83

1997 - 1st, 162 points Elston Cawley 100m Errol Byles 110 Hurdles Errol Byles 400 Hurdles Escoffrey Thomas 800m Jason Buie 10000m Nelson Stewart Long Jump UTA 400-Meter Relay

10.34 14.11 51.02 1:49.05 31:35.9 25-00 3/4 39.81

1998 - 4th, 89 points 800m

1:51.47

Jocqua Mitchell Henrik Skoog

1999 - 4th, 103.5 points Pole Vault 3000 Steeplechase

16-1 9:14.46

Elston Cawley Elston Cawley Bjorn Ahlepil Ciaron Doogan UTA UTA

2000 - 2nd, 154 points 100m 200m 3000 Steeplechase 5000m 4x100-Meter Relay 4x400-Meter Relay

Ras Bowman Josh Rosenthal Ryan Chambers Jocqua Mitchell

2001 - 2nd, 115 points 800m 400 Hurdles High Jump Pole Vault

9:13.0

Don Morrison

Rickey Brown

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1968 - 5th, 44.5 points Long Jump Shot Put 440 Hurdles

5000m 10000m 400m

Escoffrey Thomas

Gilbert Smith Kevin Wood Anthony Gouldsby

1:51.82 51.27 7-1 3/4 16-8

2002 - 6th, 80 points

6.43 7.41 48.91

1981 - 5th, 70 points Long Jump Shot Put

25-9 3/4 54-4 1/2

1982 - 3rd, 88 points Gilbert Smith Long Jump Gilbert Smith 60 Yds Brian Gower Shot Put Russ Ellis 600 Yds UTA Distance Medley

24-10 1/2 6.22 54-3 1/4 2:12.54 10:06.32

Terry Permenter

1983 - 4th, 54 points Pole Vault

16-0

Sansiski Daniels Sansiski Daniels John Sauerhage

1985 - 3rd, 66.5 points 60 Hurdles 60 Yds Mile

7.27 6.31 4:14.78

1986 - 5th, 36 points 600 Yds

1:12.96

Mike Freberg Ronald Johnson Peter Dajia McClinton Neal UTA

1988 - 2nd, 86.5 points Pole Vault Triple Jump Shot Put 400m Mile Relay

16-6 52-1 1/2 59-2 1/4 49.65 3:22.3

McClinton Neal Joseph Sainah UTA

1989- 2nd, 78 points 400m 800m Two-Mile Relay

48.58 1:52.36 7:54.46

McClinton Neal McClinton Neal Joseph Sainah Joseph Sainah UTA

1990 -1st, 100 points 55 Hurdles 400m 800m Mile Two-Mile Relay

7.28 48.97 1:53.83 4:15.68 7:56.04

Terrance Carson Joel McCray Joel McCray UTA

1991 - 1st, 85 points 55 Hurdles 55m 400m Two-Mile Relay

7.54 6.34 48.85 7:38.03

Joel McCray Rodger Krueger Damond Bickel

1992 - 1st, 81 points 400m Mile Two Miles

49.05 4:17.59 9:11.7

Terence Beach Rodger Krueger Jimmy Balmer UTA

1993 - 2nd, 86 points 800m Two Miles Three Miles Two-Mile Relay

1:54.77 9:22.03 14:11.42 7:52.88

Clinton Bufuku Rodger Krueger Terence Beach UTA

1994 - 2nd, 83 points 55m Mile 800m Mile Relay

6.34 4:12.541 1:55.34 3:20.84

Clinton Bufuku Clinton Bufuku Cornelius Cavitt Jonas Rosengren UTA UTA

1995 - 1st, 116 points 55m 200m 400m 800m 4x400 Relay Distance Medley Relay

6.29 21.77 48.41 1:51.39 3:17.36 10:06.26

Elston Cawley Crystin Wuthrich UTA UTA

1996 - 1st, 131 points 200m 400m 4x400-Meter Relay Distance Medley Relay

21.97 47.71 3:13.31 9:59.09

Gilbert Smith Brian Gower

David Peltier

10.14 20.37 9:24.13 15:05.47 39.58 3:09.39

60 Yds 60 Hurdles 440 Yds

None 2003 - 4th, 89.5 points None Shay Collett Glenn Taylor Erik Petersson

2004 - 3rd, 117.5 points Pole Vault 200m 5,000m

17-04.5 21.05 14:37.32

Quinchun Carey

2005 - 5th, 88.0 points Long Jump

7.52m

2006 - 3rd, 111.0 points Jared Connaughton 100m Jared Connaughton 200m Jon McDowell 110 Hurdles

10.33 20.90 14.02

2007 - 1st, 128.0 points Jared Connaughton 200m Jon McDowell 110 Hurdles UTA 4x100-Meter Relay UTA 4x400-Meter Relay 2008 - 3rd, 106.0 points Idilio Campos 800m Quinchun Carey Long Jump Andrew Duncan III High Jump Wade Hayes Pole Vault Idilio Campos Isiah Clements Cordero Gray Wade Hayes Jarid Vaughan UTA

2009 - 2nd, 139.50 800m High Jump 100m Pole Vault 200m 4x100 Relay

2010 - 4th, 94.5 points Dwight Robinson 800m Aundrea Williams 400 Hurdles UTA 4x100 Relay

20.26 13.79 40.14 3:09.81 1:51.28 25-01.25 7-00.5 17-00.75 1:50.59 6-10.75 10.35 16-06.75 20.77 39.75 1:51.00 51.39 40.13

Men’s Indoor Champions Eight SLC Team Titles Gilbert Smith

1980 - 4th, 69 points Long Jump

24-6 1/4

Elston Cawley Escoffrey Thomas Nelson Stewart

1997 - 1st, 119.5 points 200m 800m Long Jump

Escoffrey Thomas

1998 - 2nd, 91 points 800m

1:49.85

Henrik Skoog UTA

1999 - 1st, 112 points 3000m 4x400-Meter Relay

8:29.41 3:16.85

Zach Wood Andra Fifer Ciaran Doogan Joqua Mitchell UTA

2000- 1st, 130 points 60m 200m 5000m Pole Vault 4x400-Meter Relay

6.74 21.98 15:02.00 16-10 3/4 3:15.14

21.68 1:51.30 24-03 1/2

Note: In the Fall of 1986 and Spring of 1987, the UTA men’s track and field or cross country teams were independent of the Southland Conference and did not compete at the league track and field or cross country championships.

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2001 - 3rd, 90 points 400m

Patrick James

2002 - 3rd, 83 points 400m

48.37

Clement Taylor Tagi Davis

2003 - 4th, 65 points 60m 800m

6.83 1:52.98

48.189

2004 - 4th, 69 points No individual winners 2005 - 3rd, 79.0 points 60 Hurdles Weight Throw

8.00 18.04m

2006 - 4th, 84.0 points Jared Connaughton 200m Shay Collett Pole Vault Quinchun Carey Long Jump

21.57 16-07.50 24-01.75

2007 - 2nd, 98.0 points Jared Connaughton 200m Koby Styles 5000m

21.87 14:30.42

Adam Stafford Kelley Jackson

16-08.75

Eddie Beckwith Idilio Campos Cordero Gray Wade Hayes UTA

2009 - 2nd, 101 points 400m 800m 60m Pole Vault 4x400 Meter Relay

48.79 1:52.91 6.75 16-07.25 3:17.55

2010 - 4th, 82 points Pole Vault Heptathlon 800m

16-02.75 5,475 pts. 1:53.52

Wade Hayes Adolphus Jones Dwight Robinson

Women’s Outdoor Champions Six SLC Team Titles Susan Carter Marsha Singleton UTA

1987 - 3rd, 95 points High Jump 200m 4x400-Meter Relay

5-6 1/ 4 24.04w 3:48.43

Sara Massey

1988 - 4th, 74 points High Jump

5-6 1/ 4

Sara Massey Sara Massey Sara Massey Monica Carr

1989 - 3rd, 97 points High Jump Javelin Heptathlon 10000m

5-8 173-5 4,835 39:47.9

Sara Massey Sara Massey Sara Massey Sara Massey Teresa Barns

1991 - 1st, 151 points High Jump Javelin Heptathlon 400 Hurdles Discus

5-10 173-5 5,444 1:01.94 147-3

Jenny Hockett Jenny Hockett Teresa Barnes

1992 - 2nd, 111 points Long Jump Javelin Discus

20-4 1/ 4 146-11 159-8

Jenny Hockett Jenny Hockett Lisa Austin Gwen Clardy Janet Meaux Janet Meaux UTA UTA

1993 - 2nd, 167 points Long Jump Javelin Triple Jump 200m 100 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay

20-0 1/ 2 164-5 43-4 1/ 2 24.02 13.75w 59.51 45.54 3:39.42

Angela Nelson Angela Nelson Gwen Clardy Gwen Clardy Jennifer Robeson Sonia Wills Janet Meaux

1994 - 2nd, 164 points 5000m 10000m 100m 200m Heptathlon Discus 100 Hurdles

17:22.01 36:56.09 11.63 23.71 4,644 144-7 1:01.16

Eva Jonsson Angela Nelson Karin Petersson Lisa Austin Angela Nelson Janet Meaux Janet Meaux Angela Nelson

1995 - 1st, 179 points Heptathlon 10000m High Jump Triple Jump 3000m 100 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 5000m

4,980 35:35.83 5-8 3/ 4 41-10 3/ 4 9:52.02 13.66 1:00.64 17:16.16

Eva Jonsson Jennifer Robeson Roselyn Shanklin UTA

1996 - 2nd, 156 points Heptathlon High Jump 400m 4x400 Relay

5,230 5-11 1/4 55.16 3:46.76

Eva Jonsson

1997 - 2nd, 152 points Heptathlon

5,203

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400 Hurdles 800m 1500m 5000m Triple Jump 1998 - 1st, 144 points Heptathlon 1500m 3000m 5000m 4x100 Relay

Eva Jonsson Kristin Ahlepil Kristin Ahlepil Kristin Ahlepil UTA

1:00.99 2:11.93 4:34.05 17:36.84 40-10 1/ 2 5,063 4:30.68 9:42.09 17:46.50 45.93

1999 - 1st, 177.5 points Marsha French Shot Put Marion Meyer Pole Vault LaQuinta Manahan 100m Mishael Bertrand 800m Kristin Ahlepil 1500m Kristin Ahlepil 3000m UTA 4x100 Relay UTA 4x400 Relay

54-11 1/ 4 10-11 3/ 4 11.70 2:10.70 4:28.95 9:50.66 45.62 3:43.24

2000 - 1st, 181.5 points LaQuinta Manahan 100m Mishael Bertrand 800m Marsha French Shot Put Marsha French Discus Marion Meyer Pole Vault UTA 4x100 Relay UTA 4x400 Relay

11.46 2:14.28 50-9 1/ 4 162-5 12-6 1/ 4 44.49 3:43.87

LaQuinta Manahan LaQuinta Manahan Mishael Bertrand Kajsa Haglund Marteen Caldwell Erica Martensson Rebecca Johansson Ashely Dorsey UTA UTA

2001 - 1st, 189 points 100m 200m 800m 1500m 100 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 3000 Steeplechase Shot Put 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay

11.36 23.64 2:11.42 4:36.51 13.48 57.99 10:52.92 50-8 3/ 4 45.11 3:41.09

2002 - 2nd, 124.5 points Kajsa Haglund 800m Kajsa Haglund 1500m Rebecca Johansson 3000 Steeplechase Ashely Dorsey Shot Put

2:10.88 4:26.92 10:56.95 53-10.25

Kajsa Haglund Kajsa Haglund UTA

2003 - 3rd, 107.5 points 800m 1500m 4x100-Meter Relay

2:09.15 4:33.29 45.06

Kasja Haglund

2004 - 4th, 76 points 1500m

4:29.44

Ivorita Taylor Lisa Haglund

2005 - 5th, 73.5 points 800m 1500m

2:11.95 4:38.19

UTA

2006 - 5th, 68.0 points 4x100 Relay

45.52

UTA

2007 - 6th, 71.0 points 4x100 Relay

45.44

Jasmine Walls Jasmine Walls

2008 - 6th, 48.0 points 100m 200m

11.57 23.23

Antonia Hopkins Jasmine Walls Jasmine Walls UTA UTA

2009 - 3rd, 125 points 400m 100m 200m 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay

54.49 11.51 23.57 45.19 3:42.07

Antonia Hopkins Jasmine Walls Jasmine Walls UTA

2010 - 2nd, 102 points 400m 100m 200m 4x400 Relay

54.25 11.56 23.36 3:41.14

Angela Nelson Lisa Austin Janet Meaux Gwen Clardy Angela Nelson

1995 - 1st, 142 points 5000m Triple Jump 55 Hurdles 200m 3000m

17:13.87 42-0 8.19 24.85 10:02.33

Jennifer Robeson Roselyn Shanklin Asa Hedstrom UTA

1996 - 1st, 143 points High Jump 400m 800m Distance Medley Relay

5-8 56.28 2:14.22 10:49.14

Therese Ahlepil Therese Ahlepil Frida Rosenberg Frida Rosenberg Jennifer Robeson UTA

1997 - 1st, 116.5 points 800m Mile Run 3000m 5000m High Jump Distance Medley

2:12.21 5:04.72 9:50.39 17:10.80 5-09 3/ 4 12:03.86

Linda Sjostrom Kristin Ahlepil UTA

1998 - 1st, 158 points 800m Mile Distance Medley Relay

Monika Rolle Mishael Bertrand Kristin Ahlepil

1999 - 1st, 139 points Long Jump 800m Mile

19- 1/ 2 2:10.84 4:55.66

LaQuinta Manahan Mishael Bertrand Jessica Gyfle Rikki Holland Marsha French

2000 - 1st, 169 points 60m 800m Mile Long Jump Shot Put

7.50 2:14.49 5:01.01 19-0 50-1 1/ 4

LaQuinta Manahan Mishael Bertrand Kajsa Haglund Ashely Dorsey UTA

2001 - 1st, 142 points 60m 800m Mile Shot Put 4x400-Meter Relay

7.39 2:13.72 4:57.39 51-2 1/ 4 3:51.26

Rebecca Johansson Rebecca Johansson Ashely Dorsey

2002 - 3rd, 78 points 3000m 5000m Shot Put

10:21.36 18:03.58 52-03.75

Shaniqua White Kasja Haglund UTA

2003 - 5th, 77.5 points 400m Mile Run Distance Medley Relay

2:09.95 4:45.18 11:11.59

56.33 4:49.79 12:07.49

2005 - 5th, 74.0 points No individual winners Ellen Garrison Ivorita Taylor Lacey Moore

Sara Massey

1989 - 4th, 44 points High Jump

5-8

Sara Massey

1990 - 5th, 36 points High Jump

5-7

2006 - 6th, 74.3 points 60m 800m Pole Vault

7.61 2:14.13 12-01.50

2007 - 3rd, 98.14 points No individual winners 2008 - 6th, 50.0 points No individual winners Jasmine Walls Jasmine Walls

Seven SLC Team Titles

UTA

5:04.43 10:48.77 16:50.28 43-1 3/ 4 19-7 3/ 4 8.23 57.78 3:54.65

2004 - 5th, 68.5 points No individual winners

Women’s Indoor Champions

1991 - 3rd, 59.3 points Two-Mile Relay

1994 - 2nd, 123.3 points Mile Two Miles Three Miles Triple Jump Long Jump 55 Hurdles 400m Mile Relay

Angela Nelson Angela Nelson Angela Nelson Lisa Austin Tara Ford Janet Meaux Roselyn Shanklin UTA

Jasmine Walls Jasmine Walls Antonia Hopkins

2009 - 4th, 78 points 60m 200m

7.62 24.43

2010 - 2nd, 122 points 60m 200m 400m

7.56 24.61 55.97

2011 UT Arlington Track and Field

Wade Hayes

2008 - 3rd, 98.5 points Pole Vault

Eva Jonsson Therese Ahlepil Therese Ahlepil Frida Rosenberg Eva Jonsson

9:46.65

Jenny Hockett Jenny Hockett

1992 - 3rd, 65 points Long Jump 55m

20-0 1/ 4 7.01

Jenny Hockett Jenny Hockett Lisa Austin Angela Nelson UTA

1993 - 2nd, 113 points Long Jump 55m Triple Jump Mile Two-Mile Relay

19-9 3/ 4 7.06 41-3 1/ 4 5:03.08 9:32.14

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2010 MEN’S STATISTICS Marco Adriana Indoor 22.11 7.10 6.79 6.27m 22.04 22.54 7.15 7.10 7.26 22.35 Outdoor 22.55 6.59M 41.37 23.11 10.77 21.54(w) 10.91 21.84

200m 60m 55m Long Jump 200m 200m 60m 60m 60m 200m

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships

p18th p39th p43rd 19th f16th cf4th p11th f10th p22nd p12th

200m Long Jump 4x100 Relay 200m 100m 200m 100m 200m

Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships

f11th f16th f9th f22nd f13th f7th p13th p12th

60m 55m 200m 200m 60m 60m 60m 60m 200m

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open Sooner Open Sooner Open

p35th p25th f42nd f16th p8th cf7th p11th cf9th f8th

100m 200m 100m 4x100 Relay 100m 100m

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic Northwestern State Invitational

f12th f13th -f9th f35th f26th

Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault

Varsity Apartments Shocker Iowa State Classic Sooner Open SLC Championships .

cf10th f19th f7th f10th

Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault

McMurry Relays North Texas Spring Spring Classic Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships McMurry Last Chance Meet

8th-7thOV 8th 7th 5th 7th

60 Hurdles 55 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 400 Dash 60 Hurdles 400 Dash 4x440 relay

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open Sooner Open SLC Championships

p30th p30th f10th p11th f16th p18th f16th f6th

400 Hurdles 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 110 Hurdles

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Sooner May Open

f6th f6th f15th f14th f9th f9th f13th

2011 UT Arlington Track and Field

Olayinka Ajibade Indoor 7.08 6.66 22.90 23.20 7.10 7.03 7.08 7.03 22.78 Outdoor 10.83(w) 22.33 NT 41.37 11.72 (w) 11.19

Cory Carswell

Indoor 4.57 M 4.47 M 4.46 M 4.65 M Outdoor 4.58m 4.30m 4.40m 4.77m 4.58m

Cameron Chandler Indoor 9.04 8.32 8.62 8.81 53.49 8.90 52.88 3:17.49 Outdoor 57.45 15.74(w) 58.67 58.73 15.57(w) 58.39 16.11(w)

2.03 M 6.44 M 13.31 M 2.00 M 2.05 M Outdoor 3:17.84 22.07 6.76m(w) 2.06m 3:16.98 3:14.04 2.01m 3:18.30 6.85m(w) 2.11m 3:19.72 22.28 49.49 3:13.44 3:20.10 2.05m 3:13.15 2.06m 6.70m(w) 3:11.99 6.69m 2.01m 2.01m

High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump High Jump

Varsity Apartments Shocker Varsity Apartments Shocker Varsity Apartments Shocker Sooner Indoor Open SLC Championships

cf2nd f8th cf8th cf3rd f4th

4x400 Relay 200m Long Jump High Jump 4x400 Relay 4x400 Relay High Jump 4x400 Relay Long Jump High Jump 4x400 Relay 200m 400m 4x400m Relay 1600SMR High Jump 4x400 Relay High Jump Long Jump 4x400 Relay Long Jump High Jump High Jump

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Drake Relays Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships NCAA West Region Prelims

f3rd f8th f12th f1st f1st f11th f9th f4th f7th f1stM f5th f12th f15th f14th f5th f13th f2nd f1st f12th f1st f19th f2nd f34th

60 Hurdles 55 Hurdles High Jump Long Jump 200m 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles Pole Vault Long Jump 60 Hurdles 60m 1000m High Jump Long Jump Shot Put

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open Sooner Open Sooner Open SLC Championships (Hept) SLC Championships (Hept) SLC Championships (Hept) SLC Championships (Hept) SLC Championships (Hept) SLC Championships (Hept)

p31st p35th f19th f29th f25th p16th p21st 10th f19th f13th f15th f10th f6th f11th f13th

100m 110 Hurdles 400m 1500m High Jump Long Jump Pole Vault Javelin Discus Shot Put 200m Javelin Shot Put High Jump 110 Hurdles

Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational

-2nd-10thOV 5th- 10th OV 6th 3rd 7th 8th 5th 10th-11th OV 9th-10th OV 5th-44th OV 7th 12th 6th 6th-11th OV

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships

14th f14th f11th f12th p15th f3rd

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships

5th 8th-15th OV 4th-7th OV 9th-18th OV 4th-12 OV 11th 5th p4th-10th OV f9th

Wichita State Shocker Quad Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Texas Tech Invitational SLC Championships

f20th f57th cf4th f18th 14th

Iowa State Classic Iowa State Classic Sooner Open Sooner Open SLC Championships

cf10th cf20th cf5th f3rd f9th

Jared Cloud Indoor 9.14 8.58 1.84 M 5.99 M 24:00 9.05 9.28 4.01 M 6.08 M 9.27 7.48 3:04.59 1.86 M 6.34 M 11.02 M Outdoor 11.71 16.74 53.40 4:59.59 1.92m 6.30m 3.66m 45.44m 32.57m 10.82m 23.77 47.72m 10.87m 1.85m 17.35m

Zach Davis Indoor 2:41.32 1000m 1:58.65 800m 2:00.42 800m 2:00.08 800m 1:57.96 800m 10:12.53 4400YDDMR Outdoor 4:14.98 1500m 1:58.59 800m 3:27.86 4x400 Relay 1:57.98 800m 1:56.69 800m 7:32.26 4x800 Relay 1:55.01 800m 1:54.74 800m 1:54.83 800m Ibrahim Elahi Indoor 23.60 200m 23.90 200m 6.70 M Long Jump 6.28 M Long Jump 6.70m Long Jump Outdoor Did not compete.

Yavor Gerenski Isiah Clements Indoor 1.95 M 3:16.09 2.04 M 6.22 M 51.13

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High Jump 4x400 Relay High Jump Long Jump 400m

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational

8th f12th f4th f21st f20th

Indoor 7.00 M Long Jump 13.58 M Triple Jump 6.95 M Long Jump 13.78 M Triple Jump 6.84m Long Jump Outdoor Did not compete.

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The University of Texas at Arlington Aaron Gill Indoor 4:50.39 4:43.16 Outdoor 9:35.98 10:18.76 10:23.50 9:39.75 4:32.13 10:07.92

Mile Mile

Texas Tech Invitational Sooner Open

f41st f25th

3000m 3000s 3000s 3000m 1500m 3000s

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic John Jacob Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

f9th f8th f12th f17th f14th f19th

Cordero Gray 60m 60m 200m 55m 55m 200m 60m 60m 200m 200m 60m 60m 4x440 Relay 4x440 Relay 60m 60m 200m 60m 60m 200m

Texas A&M Invitational (Heat 3) Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational New Balance Collegiate Invitational New Balance Collegiate Invitational New Balance Collegiate Invitational New Balance Collegiate Invitational Sooner Open Sooner Open Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships Iowa State NCAA (Heat 2) Iowa State NCAA Iowa State NCAA

100m 4x100 Relay 100m 4x100 Relay 100m 100m 4x100 Relay 200m 4x400 Relay 200m 4x100m Relay 100m 100m 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 1,600SMR 4x100 Relay 100m 100m 200m 200m 4x100 Relay 100m 100m 200m 200m 4x100 Relay 100m 200m

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays (Heat 6) Texas Relays Texas Relays (Heat 3) North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays (Heat 4) Drake Relays Drake Relays (Heat 4) Drake Relays (Heat 4) Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships (Heat 2) SLC Championships SLC Championships (Heat 3) SLC Championships SLC Championships (Heat 2) NCAA West Prelims (Prelim 4) NCAA West Prelims (Semi) NCAA West Prelims (Prelim 5) NCAA West Prelims (Semi 3) NCAA West Prelims (Heat 3) NCAA Championships (Prelim 1) NCAA Championships (Prelim 1)

p1st-9th OV 6th 10th f4th p3rd f2nd p6th cf3rd cf4th p9th p2nd cf1st f2nd f6th p2nd f2nd p11th p1st f3rd f2nd f3rd f2nd f2nd f2nd p1st f3rd p3rd f1st f4th f1st f1st p1st f5th p2nd p2nd f1st f2nd p1st f3rd p1st f3rd f1st 1st 4th-12th OV 1st 4th-10th OV p5th–14thOV 7th–21st OV 5th-14th OV

Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships NCAA West Region Prelims

2nd 2nd 44th

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open

10th f21st f18th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic John Jacob Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Sooner May Open

f7th f7th f17th f14th f17th f16th f2nd

Ozie Hood Indoor 4:11.85 1:55.11 8:50.68 1:56.70 1:54.90 1:59.20 4:13.64 4:24.40 10:12.53 Outdoor 1:56.05 10:06.72 4:04.60 15:26.40 3:56.90 7:43.34 1:53.68 4:01.19 3:52.45 7:32.26 4:01.45 4:02.62 4:01.83

Mile 800m 3000m 800m 800m 800m Mile Mile 4400YDDMR

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Varsity Apartments Shocker Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships (Heat 1) SLC Championships SLC Championships

3rd f6th cf2nd f4th p4th f9th p2nd–4th OV f5th f3rd

800m 3000m 1500m 5000m 1500m 4x800 Relay 800m 1500m 1500m 4x800 Relay 1500m 1500m 1500m

TCU Horned Frog Invitational f3rd TCU Horned Frog Invitational f13th Bobby Lane Invitational f5th–6th OV Bobby Lane Invitational f11th Texas Relays (Section B) f2nd Texas Relays f6th North Texas Spring Classic (Heat 1) f3rd North Texas Spring Classic (Heat 1) f2nd Mt. Sac Relays f4th-46th OV Drake Relays f11th Northwestern State Invitational f2nd SLC Championships (Heat 1) p4th-10th OV SLC Championships f10th

Adolphus Jones Indoor 8.57 2.00 M 4.45 M 13.10 M 2.03 M 7.25 2:46.61 8.46 2.04 M 7.03 M 12.87 M 5,532 2.06m 2.05 M 7.05m 7.20m 7.19 8.48 12.53 2:51.13 4.35 5475

60 Hurdles High Jump Pole Vault Shot Put High Jump 60m 1000m 60 Hurdles High Jump Long Jump Shot Put Total Points High Jump High Jump Long Jump Long Jump 60m 60 Hurdles Shot Put 1000m Pole Vault Total Points

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Iowa State Classic Iowa State Classic (Hept) Iowa State Classic (Hept) Iowa State Classic (Hept) Iowa State Classic (Hept) Iowa State Classic Iowa State Classic SLC Championships SLC Championships (Hept) SLC Championships (Hept) SLC Championships (Hept) SLC Championships (Hept) SLC Championships (Hept) SLC Championships (Hept) SLC Championships (Hept) SLC Championships (Hept) SLC Championships (Hept)

p21st 6th f5th f13th cf3rd f1st f4th f2nd cf1st cf2nd f4th f1st f4th 1st–3rd OV 3rd–4th OV 2nd–6th OV 1st- 4th OV 2nd–3rd OV f1st 6th 1st

800m 800m 4000 DMR 800m

Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Indoor Open Texas Tech Invitational SLC Championships

cf7th f11th f6th p20th

800m 800m 800m 800m 800m 800m

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

11th f18th f20th f13th f7th p16th

200m 400m 200m 4x400 Relay 400m 400m 4x400 Relay 4x440 Relay 4x440 Relay 400m 400m 200m 200m

Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

f11th f1st cf2nd f2nd f1st 14th 12th f2nd 4th p8th f5th p4th f8th

400m 4x100 Relay 400m 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays Texas Relays

f7th 2nd f13th f3rd f1st f14th f11th

Andrew Knipp Indoor 1:58.72 1:59.76 10:47.17 1:59.18 Outdoor 2:01.87 1:59.90 1:58.77 1:57.00 1:56.91 1:57.34

2011 UT Arlington Track and Field

Indoor 6.80 6.81 21.64 6.35 6.39 21.28 6.78 6.73 21.32 21.58 6.82 6.73 3:18.07 3:17.49 6.76 6.72 22.34 6.77 6.73 21.03 Outdoor 10.26 40.52 10.42 40.31 10.40 10.28 41.10 21.03 3:18.30 21.19 41.18 10.51 10.62 41.43 3:13.44 3:20.10 40.37 10.41 10.16 20.77 20.73 40.13 10.42 10.38 20.95 20.73 40.06 10.56 21.17

5.00m Pole Vault 4.92m Pole Vault 4.80m Pole Vault Holton Hemby Indoor 2:36.46 1000m 2:00.41 800m 2:05.26 800m 2:00.93 800m f14th Outdoor 1:58.82 800m 3:27.86 4x400 Relay 1:59.57 800m 1:57.03 800m 1:57.62 800m 2:02.86 800m 1:59.71 800m

Juan Lewis

Anthony Groom Indoor 4:36.68 Outdoor 4:36.68

Mile

Sooner Open

f17th

1500m

TCU Horned Frog Invitational

7th

Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault

Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Iowa State Classic Sooner Open SLC Championship

f10th cf9th cf15th cf6th f1st

Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault

McMurry Relays North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays

1st 2nd 4th 15th

Wade Hayes Indoor 4.45 M 4.57 M 4.77 M 4.61 M 4.95 M Outdoor 5.08m 4.75m 5.05m 5.00m

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Indoor 21.78 48.11 22.10 3:20.00 49.39 48.47 3:16.09 3:18.07 3:17.49 49.34 49.21 22.04 22.28

Outdoor 48.60 40.52 49.03 40.31 3:16.98 41.10 3:14.04

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The University of Texas at Arlington 21.42 3:18.30 48.29 41.18 3:19.72 41.43 3:20.10 3:13.44 48.48 40.37 3:13.15 21.71 47.74 47.59 40.13 3:11.99 40.06

200m 4x400 Relay 400m 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay 1600SMR 4x400 Relay 400m 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 200m 400m 400m 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 4x100m Relay

North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Drake Relays Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships NCAA West Region Prelims

f2nd f4th f6th f1st f5th f11th f5th f14th f7th f2nd f2nd p11th p6th f5th f1st f4th p10th

Mile Mile

Texas Tech Invitational Sooner Open

f30th f20th

3000m 3000s 1500m 3000s

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

8th f9th f11th f17th

Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad

11th 9th 15th

Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault

TCU Horned Frog Invitational North Texas Spring Classic Northwestern State Invitational Sooner May Open SLC Championships

2nd 10th 6th 10th 7th

55m 200m Long Jump Long Jump Long Jump

Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Sooner Open SLC Championships

p46th f50th f8th f10th f11th

Long Jump 100m Long Jump Long Jump 100m Long Jump 100m Long Jump 100m Long Jump

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

f1st f15th 32nd f9th f20th f5th f8th f5th f15th f7th

200m 200m 400m

Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad

55th 22nd 18th

200m 200m 400m

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational

17th 31st 44th

Pole Vault Pole Vault Pole Vault

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad

7th 13th 12th

Pole Vault

North Texas Spring Classic

5th

3000m Mile 4000DMR 3000m 3000m

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad SLC Championships

12th f21st f6th f4th f14th

3000m 5000m 3000s 1500m

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic Northwestern State Invitational

f2nd 12th f6th f10th

Hance Loyd Indoor 4:37.68 4:37.14 Outdoor 9:30.70 10.30.85 4:26.76 10:00.97

2011 UT Arlington Track and Field

Keaton Mata Indoor 6.81 23.40 6.50m 6.66 m 6.80m Outdoor 6.83M (w) 11.20 5.51M 6.74M 11.07 6.96M 10.98 7.34M (w) 10.82 7.14M

Byron Miller Indoor 23.84 23.94 54.05 Outdoor 23.33 23.63 51.99

Garret Montgomery Indoor 4.58m 4.45m 4.42m Outdoor 4.75m

Eric Montou Indoor 9:00.84 4:31.17 10:47.17 8:56.87 9:03.30 Outdoor 8:55.22 15:30.34 10:03.60 4:22.17

Lionel Mungwari Indoor 7.19 6.61 M 22.76 6.31 M 14.66 M 22.76 6.66 M 14.41 M 7.11 M 14.64m 6.93 M 13.89 M 7.05 M Outdoor 6.77M 22.14 41.37 7.02M

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200m Triple Jump 200m Long Jump 4x100 Relay Long Jump 200m Long Jump 100m Long Jump Triple Jump 100m 100m 200m 200m 4x100 Relay Long Jump 100m

North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships NCAA West Region Prelims NCAA West Region Prelims NCAA West Region Prelims

f17th f6th f7th f9th f19th f18th f6th f4th f4th f5th f12th p6th p6th p8th f7th f14th f45th 47th

60 Meter Hurdles 60 Meter Hurdles 55 Meter Hurdles 55 Meter Hurdles 60 Meter Hurdles 200 Meter Dash 60 Meter Hurdles 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships

p8th f10th f5th p8th p1st f13th cf8th cf7th cp7th p3rd f5th

200m 110 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 110 Hurdles 110 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 200m 110 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 110 Hurdles 200m 110 Hurdles 110 Hurdles 110 Hurdles 200m 200m 110 Hurdles

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic Drake Relays Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships NCAA West Region Prelims

f11th f2nd f9th f5th f18th f19th f19th f2nd f19th p19th f4th f11th p6th f4th p7th f8th 23rd

60m 60m 60m 200m 60m 60m 200m 60m

Texas A&M Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open Sooner Open Sooner Open SLC Championships

60th p13th f9th f6th f10th p10th 5th p19th

4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 100m 200m 4x100 Relay 100m 4x100 Relay 100m 4x100 Relay 200m 100m 4x100 Relay 200m 100m 4x400 Relay 1600SMR 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay 100m 4x100 Relay 100m 200m 4x100 Relay

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Drake Relays Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships NCAA West Region Prelims

f2nd f3rd f13th f12th f3rd p25th p14th p43rd NT f8th f9th f1st f13th f6th f14th f5th f11th f2nd f12th f1st p14th p14th p10th

800m 4000DMR 800m 800m 800m

Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships

f23rd f7th f8th cf10th p17th

4x400 Relay 800m 800m 4x800 Relay 800m 4x400 Relay 800m 4x800 Relay 800m 800m 800m

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships

f3rd f4th f6th f6th f12th f7th f9th f11th f4th p9th f7th

Renan Palma

Chris Machisak Indoor 4.58 4.60 4.27 Outdoor 4.65 4.30 4.40 4.48 4.62

22.09 14.09M 21.95 6.70M 41.43 6.82M 21.47 (w) 7.39M (w) 10.44 (w) 7.27M 13.66M 10.62 10.51 (w) 21.61 21.62 40.06 4.67M 11.19 Indoor 8.22 8.30 7.59 7.75 8.29 23.06 8.49 8.25 8.30 8.15 8.18 Outdoor 22.19 14.25 (w) 41.37 14.51 14.37 (w) NT 22.12 14.58 (w) 41.43 14.94 21.67 (w) 23.31 14.63 14.29 21.57 21.69 14.38

Andrew Pettis Indoor 8.06 7.16 7.07 22.69 7.05 7.07 22.63 7.05 Outdoor 40.52 3:17.84 10.86 (w) 22.25 40.31 11.03 41.10 10.95 (w) NT 21.77 10.81 (w) 41.48 22.29 10.97 3:13.44 3:20.10 41.43 40.37 10.76 (w) 40.13 10.92 21.96 40.06

Anthony Rene

60m Long Jump 200m Long Jump Triple Jump 200m Long Jump Triple Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Long Jump

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad SLC Championships SLC Championships Iowa State Classic Iowa State Classic Sooner Open

p48th 13th f34th f15th f9th f7th cf5th cf2nd f6th f8th cf14th cf15th cf4th

Long Jump 200m 4x100 Relay Long Jump

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic

f2nd f9th f9th f4th

Indoor 2:00.76 10:48.25 1:59.75 1:59.24 1:58.78 Outdoor 3:17.84 1:56.61 1:56.14 7:43.34 1:56.50 3:22.46 1:55.58 7:32.26 1:54.79 1:54.35 1:54.14

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The University of Texas at Arlington Dwight Robinson Indoor 01:53.21 3:16.09 01:53.50 3:20.00 3:16.98 1:53.43 1:53.52 Outdoor 3:16.98 1:54.68 3:14.04 7:43.34 3:18.30 3:19.72 1:54.12 7:32.26 3:13.44 3:20.10 3:13.15 1:50.90 3:11.99 1:52.73 1:51.00

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

5th f12th f4th f2nd f6th p1st f1st

4x400 Relay 800m 4x400 Relay 4x800 Relay 4x400 Relay 4x400 Relay 800m 4x800 Relay 4x400 Relay 1600SMR 4x400 Relay 800m 4x400 Relay 800m 800m

Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Drake Relays Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

f1st f4th p14th f6th f4th f5th f4th f11th f14th f5th f2nd f1st f6th p1st f1st

800m 4000DMR 800m 800m

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad SLC Championships

22nd 7th 2nd 21st

800m

Bobby Lane Invitational

32nd

1000m 800m 800m 4x400 Relay 800m 800m 800m

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Iowa State Classic Sooner Open SLC Championships

11th f9th cf3rd f2nd cf38th cf6th p16th

4x400 Relay 400m 4x400 Relay 800m 4x800 Relay 400m 4x400 Relay 800m 4x800 Relay 400m 800m

Horned Frog Invitational Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

f3rd f4th f7th f14th p6th f25th f7th f16th f11th f13th p14th

Mile Mile 4000DMR 800m Mile 800m Mile 800m 4400YDDMR

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships

18th f28th f7th f12th f7th cf9th f6th p15th 3rd

1500m 800m 800m 1500m 1500m 3000s 4x400 Relay 800m 1500m 1500m 1500m 3000s

Horned Frog Invitational Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

f4th f12th f25th f14th f6th f1st f7th f20th f3rd p12th f9th f16th

Darren Rous Indoor 1:58.36 10:48.25 1:55.57 1:59.83 Outdoor 2:03.22

Peter Samuels Indoor 2:36.71 1:56.25 1:56.94 3:20.00 1:57.64 1:57.81 1:58.71 Outdoor 3:17.84 49.42 3:27.86 1:58.57 7:43.34 50.69 3:22.46 1:57.61 7:32.26 49.86 1:56.04

Heinz Schwarzkopf Indoor 4:34.00 4:36.06 10:48.25 2:01.60 4:28.64 1:59.14 4:28.33 1:57.65 10:12.63 Outdoor 4:09.91 2:02.86 2:01.31 4:01.96 4:07.15 9:43.70 3:22.46 1:58.54 4:03.82 4:03.86 4:01.79 9:54.92

Ivan Storic Indoor Did not compete. Outdoor 59.66m Javelin 59.04m Javelin 63.06m Javelin 57.04m Javelin 64.35m Javelin 64.47m Javelin

Horned Frog Invitational Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

2nd 12th 2nd 11th-12 OV 3rd 4th

800m Mile Mile 4000DMR Mile

Sooner Open Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational

f17th f9th f20th f6th f37th

1500m

North Texas Spring Classic

f25th

Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open

17th 7th 10th

Ken Wallace Indoor 9:28.54 9:11.92 9:22.35

3000m 3000m 3000m

Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Classic Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

6th 33rd 7th 13th 13th 20th

3000m Mile 3000m 3000m

Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open

f13th f11th f10th f4th

3000m 5000m 3000s 1500m 1500m 10000m

Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

f5th f14th f11th f13th f5th f10th

4x400 Relay 400m 60 Hurdles 55 Hurdles 600m 4x400 Relay 200m 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 4x440 Relay 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 4x440 Relay 4,400 YDDMR 60 Hurdles 60 Hurdles 400m

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open Sooner Open Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

12th 25th 22nd 18th 20th 2nd 5th p5th f3rd 2nd p8th f10th 6th 3rd p11th f12th 16th

4x100 Relay 400 Hurdles 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay 400 Hurdles 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay 400 Hurdles 4x400 Relay 400 Hurdles 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay 400 Hurdles 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay 400 Hurdles 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay 400 Hurdles 4x400m Relay 4x100m Relay 400 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 400 Hurdles

Horned Frog Invitational Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays Texas Relays Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Drake Relays Drake Relays Norwestern State Invitational Norwestern State Invitational Norwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships NCAA West Region Prelims NCAA West Region Prelims

2nd 5th 1st 3rd 6th 11th 14th p29th 4th 2nd 5th 1st 13th 14th 11th 19th 2nd 2nd 1st 4th 1st p2nd f1st 14th 39th

600m 800m 800m

Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open

f26th f19th f19th

800m 4x400 Relay 800m 800m 4x400 Relay 800m 800m 800m

Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Sooner May Open

f8th f7th f33rd f23rd f7th f24th f12th f15th

3000m

Wichita State Shocker Quad

12th

3000m 3000s 3000m

Horned Frog Invitational North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational

10th 10th 16th

3000m 3000m 3000m

Texas A&M Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open

f18th f8th

3000m 5000m 3000s 3000m 5000m 3000s

Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

f7th f22nd f4th f13th f5th f14th

Cody Widener Indoor 09:19.43 04:35.25 09:27.37 09:04.66 Outdoor 9:15.53 15:34.47 10:22.70 4:07.75 4:11.69 32:43.08

Aundrea Williams Indoor 3:16.09 49.68 8.59 7.99 1:16.17 3:20.00 22.60 8.47 8.35 3:18.07 8.31 8.32 3:17.49 10:12.53 8.40 8.40 50.24 Outdoor 40.52 56.45 3:16.98 40.31 54.53 3:14.04 41.10 55.07 3:18.30 53.30 3:19.72 41.18 57.20 3:13.44 41.43 53.27 3:13.15 40.37 52.13 3:11.99 40.13 51.73 51.39 40.06 53.51

Tomahl Woods Indoor 1:18.42 2:05.57 2:02.46 Outdoor 1:59.96 3:27.86 2:03.91 1:59.62 3:22.46 1:59.91 2:00.04 2:09.69

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Kevin Vasquez Indoor 2:07.84 4:29.74 4:33.41 10:47.17 4:42.25 Outdoor 4:28.03

3000m 5000m 3000s 3000s 1500m 3000s

2011 UT Arlington Track and Field

800m 4x400 Relay 800m 4x400 Relay 4x400 Relay 800m 800m

Outdoor 9:16.19 16:05.75 10:13.20 10:24.20 4:29.51 10:09.86

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Indoor 9:34.86 Outdoor 9:36.84 10:22.20 9:30.10

Zach Zura Indoor 9:20.09 9:12.06 9:22.15 f9th Outdoor 9:24.30 15:49.21 9:58.30 9:13.28 16:06.03 9:52.16

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Esther Abuto Indoor 2:20.42 800m 4:07.31 4x400 Relay 2:21.62 800m 2:19.36 800m 2:20.64 800m 2:19.59 800m 2:20.60 800m Outdoor 4:00.69 4x400m 2:18.80 800m 9:09.74 4x800 Relay 1:00.89 400m 2:14.45 800m 3:56.63 1600SMR 8:57.02 4x800 Relay 2:12.72 800m 2:12.63 800m 2:11.65 800m Krysten Brooks Indoor 10.60 60 Hurdles 8.67 55 Hurdles 9.26 60 Hurdles 9.33 60 Hurdles 10.51 60 Hurdles 9.43 60 Hurdles Outdoor 15.05 100 Hurdles 15.05 100 Hurdles 27.53 200m 15.27 (w) 100 Hurdles 28.05 200m 15.29 100 Hurdles 15.07 100 Hurdles 16.40 100 Hurdles Jennifer Brown Indoor 5.38m Long Jump 5.32m Long Jump 11.63 Triple Jump 5.49m Long Jump 25.83 200m 11.53m Triple Jump 5.55m Long Jump 11.85m Triple Jump 5.74m Long Jump Outdoor 5.44m (w) Long Jump 11.37m (w) Triple Jump 5.55m Long Jump 11.89m Triple Jump 5.37m Long Jump Jennifer Carey Indoor 2:18.33 800m 4:07.31 4x400 Relay 2:16.66 800m 12:20.35 4000DMR 5:09.63 Mile Run 4:03.84 4x400 Relay 2:17.53 800m 2:16.89 800m 2:17.53 800m 12:16.65 4400YDDMR Outdoor 2:31.50 800m 4:50.28 1500m 4:00.69 4x400 Relay 2:19.00 800m 9:09.74 4x800 Relay 4:54.80 1500m 2:15.31 800m 8:57.02 4x800 Relay 3:56.63 1600SMR 2:25.43 800m 2:12.92 800m 2:14.54 800m Lydia Chebii Indoor 10:50.08 3000m 10:50.08 3000m 10:47.87 3000m 10:43.43 3000m Outdoor 11:07.06 3000m 22:06.64 5000m 11:18.13 3000m Brittany Culbertson Indoor 57.55 400m 3:51.82 4x400 Relay 26.31 200m 59.25 400m 3:52.96 4x400 Relay 26.19 200m 58.94 400m

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships

12th 20th f8th cf5th cf9th p9th f10th

Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays North Texas Classic John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships

f9th f2nd f5th f26th f6th f12th 8th f1st p2nd f2nd

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships

36th 29th p4th f3rd 27th 14th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

6th 6th 46th 9th 25th 10th 13th 17th

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships

14th 8th 4th 3rd 6th 3rd 5th 8th 5th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships

5th 8th 5th 8th 14th

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

4th 20th f5th 3rd cf5th f5th cf6th p4th f6th 2nd

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships

f9th f3rd f9th f3rd f5th f7th f8th 8th f12th f10th p4th 6th

Texas A&M Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships

16th cf8th f3rd f24th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic

f5th f28th f10th

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad

10th 8th f35th f16th 3rd f8th cf6th

3:53.17 57.85 57.57 57.94 3:50.62 12:16.65 Outdoor 57.93 3:50.51 3:56.84 25.46 57.71 3:44.78 25.57 57.38 3:52.57 3:44.78 58.21 3:56.63 3:46.03 46.20 45.87 56.76 3:45.97 56.20 3:41.14 45.71 3:41.69

4x400 Relay 400m 400m 400m 4x440yd Relay 4400YDDMR

Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

400m 4x400 Relay 4x400 Relay 200m 400m 4x400 Relay 200m 400 4x400 Relay 4x400 Relay 400m 1600SMR 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay 400m 4x400 Relay 400m 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Drake Relays Drake Relays Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships NCAA West Regional Prelims

Caroline Erlingson Indoor 5:09.74 Mile 10:20.44 3000m 5:08.82 Mile 10:51.17 3000m 5:10.95 Mile 5:05.68 Mile Outdoor 4:42.64 1500m 4:48.21 1500m 4:40.26 1500m 2:18.68 800m 4:36.31 1500m 4:50.89 1500m 4:48.27 1500m 5:04.81 1500m Perri Ford Indoor 2:20.61 800m 2:21.31 800m 12:25.64 4000DMR 3:00.01 1000m 2:17.22 800m 4:03.84 4x400 Relay 2:17.01 800m 12:16.65 4400YDDMR Outdoor 4:51.09 1500m 2:27.02 800m 4:00.69 4x400 Relay 2:19.43 800m 9:09.74 4x800 Relay 4:47.31 1500m 2:19.44 800m 8:57.02 4x800 Relay 2:19.69 800m 2:15.64 800m Kisha Gaspard Indoor 3:05.64 1000m 4:07.31 4x400 Relay 2:15.63 800m 12:20.35 4000DMR

8th cf2nd p5th f6th 2nd 2nd f7th p1st f6th f15th f12th f12th f22nd f10th f4th f3rd f11th f12th f16th p2nd-8thOV f7th f9th f1st p9th f1st f2nd p6th-20th OV

Texas A&M Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

2nd 2nd 4th 28th p2nd f7th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic Mt. Sac Relays Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships

1st 1st 3rd 3rd 42nd 2nd p11th f11th

Sooner Open Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad SLC Championships SLC Championships

cf7th f9th 4th 6th f3rd 5th f4th 2nd

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays North Texas Classic John Jacobs Invite Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

f4th f8th f9th f5th f5th f4th f19th 8th f6th p13th

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational

11th 20th f3rd 3rd

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The University of Texas at Arlington Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships

f1st 5th cf3rd f2nd p1st

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Drake Relays SLC Championships SLC Championships

1st f1st f5th f1st f10th f12th 8th p5th f5th

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships

p66 19th 32nd f10th f8th p8th f5th f10th f17th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

f14th f7th f33rd f10th f22nd f8th f10th f12th f8th f15th f7th

Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships

15th 7th 10th p13th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

3rd 12th 6th 20th 7th p18th

Texas A&M Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

29th 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd p2nd f2nd p6th f1st

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

1st 3rd 4th 3rd 6th 3rd 13th p12th p16th 4th 1st 7th 6th 3rd 2nd 4th 1st p9th p2nd f1st

Northwestern State Invitational

14th

Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Indoor Open

42nd f12th 12th p26th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational

f7th f7th f29th f23rd f10th f10th f14th

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15.85 100 Hurdles 1:09.12 400 Hurdles 1:13.14 400 Hurdles 16.57 100 Hurdles Eld-Hah Kaswatuka Indoor 12.06m Triple Jump 5.25m Long Jump ‘B’ 11.11m Triple Jump 11.65m Triple Jump 5.15m Long Jump 4.67m Long Jump 11.34m Triple Jump 5.31m Long Jump 11.94m Triple Jump Outdoor 11.95m Triple Jump 11.64m Triple Jump 5.21m Long Jump Raquel Kilgore Indoor 11.14 55 Hurdles 1:39.85 600m 4.61m Long Jump 1.40m High Jump 11.25 60 Hurdles 2:40.12 800m 9.05m Shot Put 10.22 60 Hurdles 2:41.96 800m 1.41m High Jump 8.81m Shot Put 10.59 60 Hurdles 4.91m Long Jump 2,667 Total Points Outdoor 4.72m (w) Long Jump 1.41m High Jump 2:36.17 800m 8.85m Shot Put 18.02 100 Hurdles 27.65 200m 32.40m Javelin 3,747 Total Points 18.23 100 Hurdles 27.85 200m 32.12m Javelin 34.21m Javelin 27.86 200m 18.89(w) 100 Hurdles 4.60m Long Jump 4.79(w) Long Jump 8.68m Shot Put 17.12(w) 100 Hurdles 31.77m Javelin 27.44 200m 31.00m Javelin 4.69m Long Jump 2:37.27 800m 8.27m Shot Put 16.83(w) 100 Hurdles 27.60 200m 33.07m Javelin 3,313 Total Points Lauren Marks Indoor 3.25m Pole Vault 3.36m Pole Vault 3.55m Pole Vault Outdoor 3.30m Pole Vault 3.21m Pole Vault 3.45m Pole Vault 3.40m Pole Vault 3.30m Pole Vault Amanda McMahon Indoor 10:19.32 3000m 5:14.78 Mile 12:20.35 4400YDDMR 10:30.76 3000m 5:04.65 Mile 5:07.73 Mile 5:04.42 Mile 5:15.20 Mile 10:38.08 3000m 12:16.65 4400YDDMR Outdoor 4:49.16 1500m 4:44.58 1500m 11:52.00 3000s 2:26.22 800m 4:42.07 1500m 18:29.75 5000m 18:58.58 5000m 4:46.56 1500m 4:46.40 1500m Christina Mose Indoor 5:17.15 Mile 12:25.64 4000DMR 2:22.53 800m

Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Sooner May Open Sooner May Open

f19th f8th f7th f12th

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships

6th f4th f10th f1st 7th f17th cf5th f12th f6th

North Texas Spring Classic SLC Championships SLC Championships

f2nd f9th f17th

Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open Sooner Open SLC Championships (Pent.) SLC Championships (Pent.) SLC Championships (Pent.) SLC Championships (Pent.) SLC Championships (Pent.) SLC Championships (Pent.)

47th 24th 15th 10th 16th 14th 10th 25th 13th 18th 16th 17th 12th 17th

Angelo State Multi-Events (Hept.) Angelo State Multi-Events (Hept.) Angelo State Multi-Events (Hept.) Angelo State Multi-Events (Hept.) Angelo State Multi-Events (Hept.) Angelo State Multi-Events (Hept.) Angelo State Multi-Events (Hept.) Angelo State Multi-Events (Hept.) Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships (Hept.) SLC Championships (Hept.) SLC Championships (Hept.) SLC Championships (Hept.) SLC Championships (Hept.) SLC Championships (Hept.) SLC Championships (Hept.) SLC Championships (Hept.)

16th 14th 7th 12th 16th 14th 4th 15th 39th 69th 20th 4th 24th 15th 18th 14th 25th 24th 15th 33rd 24th 13th 11th 14th 15th 15th 5th 15th

Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad SLC Championships

6th 7th 6th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational McMurry Relays North Texas Spring Classic Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships

3rd 5th 4th 3rd 9th

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

8th f11th 3rd f3rd 3rd cf3rd f4th p3rd f18th 2nd

Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic Mt. Sac Relays Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

f11th f7th f3rd f16th f64th f2nd f18th p8th f5th

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational

7th 4th 13th

2011 UT Arlington Track and Field

2:14.99 800m 4:03.84 4x400 Relay 2:15.60 800m 2:15.83 800m 2:16.60 800m Outdoor 2:17.23 800m 2:17.92 800m 9:09.74 4X800 Relay 2:16.93 800m 2:15.60 800m 3:56.63 1600SMR 8:57.02 4x800 Relay 2:13.48 800m 2:14.03 800m Andie Guerra Indoor 8.19 60m 5.16 M Long Jump 7.57 55m 5.09 M Long Jump 8.04 60m 8.14 60m 5.20 M Long Jump 5.23 M Long Jump 5.21M Long Jump Outdoor 12.42 100m 5.24M Long Jump 12.50 100m 5.50M Long Jump 12.52 100m 5.58M Long Jump 5.32M Long Jump 12.89 100m 5.50M Long Jump 12.42 100m 5.66M Long Jump Danisha Hicks Indoor 2:24.71 800m 2:25.31 800m 2:20.93 800m 2:21.10 800m Outdoor 2:21.48 800m 2:21.29 800m 2:19.58 800m 2:20.04 800m 2:20.37 800m 2:17.73 800m Antonia Hopkins Indoor 25.65 200m 57.52 400m 25.34 200m 24.99 200m 3:50.62 4x440 Relay 24.98 200m 24.64 200m 57.60 400m 55.67 400m Outdoor 3:50.51 4x400 Relay 46.29 4x100 Relay 23.99(w) 200m 56.47 400m 3:56.84 4x400 Relay 45.98 4x100 Relay 25.31 200m 3:44.78 4x400 Relay 47.04 4x100 Relay 3:52.57 4x400 Relay 46.29 4x100 Relay 24.10 200m 55.56 400m 3:51.75 4x400 Relay 54.39 400m 23.61(w) 200m 3:41.14 4x400 Relay 24.63 200m 55.40 400m 54.25 400m Jessica Jiles Indoor Did not compete. Outdoor 10.64m Shot Put Sydney Johnson Indoor 9.86 55 Hurdles 9.75 60 Hurdles 9.73 60 Hurdles 10.25 60 Hurdles Outdoor 15.58 100 Hurdles 1:11.21 400 Hurdles 16.37 100 Hurdles 1:13.06 400 Hurdles 15.54 100 Hurdles 1:09.23 400 Hurdles 16.86 100 Hurdles

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4:03.84 4x400 Relay 5:09.60 Mile 10:32.74 3000m 5:09.39 Mile 12:16.65 4400YDDMR 10:32.24 3000m 5:22.23 Mile Outdoor 4:57.83 1500m 2:38.08 800m 2:21.23 800m 5:08.97 1500m 4:51.26 1500m 4:45.02 1500m 4:50.72 1500m Sammy Nash Indoor 3.10M Pole Vault 3.36 M Pole Vault 3.27 M Pole Vault 3.25M Pole Vault Outdoor 3.15M Pole Vault 3.21M Pole Vault 3.10M Pole Vault

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Jerono Patrober Indoor 10:19.71 3000m 10:13.33 3000m 17:31.90 5000m Outdoor 4:43.62 1500m 2:25.12 800m 2:20.29 800m 17:43.86 5000m 4:41.54 1500m 16:53.51 5000m 4:46.84 1500m 36:56.92 10000m 17:37.24 5000m Marissa Paz Indoor 5:27.78 Mile 2:23.37 800m 5:36.85 Mile 2:22.70 800m 2:19.87 800m 2:20.25 800m Outdoor 2:22.11 800m 4:59.41 1500m 2:20.71 800m 2:18.03 800m 2:19.24 800m Shannon Reynolds Indoor 24.83 200m 7.78 60m 3:52.96 4x400 Relay 7.18 55m 7.17 55m 25.07 200m 3:53.17 4x400 Relay 25.35 200m 7.71 60m 7.70 60m 25.13 200m 25.16 200m 7.58 60m 7.70 60m Outdoor 46.29 4x100 Relay 24.48(w) 200m 45.98 4x100 Relay 12.01 100m 47.04 4x100 Relay 11.98(w) 100m 46.29 4x100 Relay 11.96(w) 100m 24.71 200m 12.13 100m 46.20 4x100 Relay

Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

5th 4th 4th 5th 2nd 14th 17th

45.87 3:46.03 3:56.63 3:45.97 45.72 24.17 23.81

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic Mt. Sac Relays SLC Championships

7th 12th 11th 24th 6th 75rd 15th

Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships

f8th cf5th cf9th f9th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational McMurry Relays Northwestern State Invitational

f6th f8th f5th

11.72 100m 11.70 100m 3:41.69 4x400 Relay 23.70 200m 23.87 200m 11.97 100m Sherrelle Roberts Indoor Did not compete. Outdoor 27.62 200m 1:06.63 400m 1:06.90 400m 29.18 200m 28.36 200m 1:06.20 400m DeAndrea Smith Indoor 3:51.82 4x400 Relay 56.96 400m 3:52.96 4x400 Relay 25.62 200m 57.48 400m 3:53.17 4x400 Relay 57.99 400m 25.92 200m 25.60 200m 3:50.62 4x440 Relay 25.43 200m 56.91 400m 56.79 400m Outdoor 3:50.51 4x400 Relay 46.29 4x100 Relay 57.54 400m 3:56.84 4x400 Relay 45.98 4x100 Relay 57.82 400m 3:44.78 4x400 Relay 47.04 4x100 Relay 3:52.57 4x400 Relay 46.29 4x100 Relay 25.02(w) 200m 57.61 400m 3:51.75 4x400 Relay 57.27 400m 46.20 4x100 Relay 45.87 4x100 Relay 3:46.03 4x400 Relay 3:45.97 4x400 Relay 56.25 400m 45.72 4x100m Relay 3:41.14 4x400m Relay 56.01 400m 56.68 400m 3:41.69 4x400m Relay Kimberly Strong Indoor 4:07.31 4x400m Relay 9.79 60 Hurdles 12:20.35 4000DMR 9.21 55 Hurdles 1.54m High Jump 4.85m Long Jump 1.45m High Jump 9.35 60 Hurdles 9.52 60 Hurdles 2:39.63 800m 10.29m Shot Put 11.31 60 Hurdles 2:40.94 800m 1.47m High Jump 11.21m Shot Put 9.62 60 Hurdles 4.78m Long Jump 3,044 Total Points Outdoor 5.28m Long Jump 2:37.14 800m 10.25m Shot Put 100m 100 Hurdles 27.31 200m 30.94m Javelin 4380 (Hep) 1.53m High Jump 1.53m High Jump 15.32 100 Hurdles 27.17 200m 5.17m(w) Long Jump 9.83m Shot Put 15.96(w) 100 Hurdles 31.51m Javelin 26.97 200m 4.95m Long Jump

Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships

1st 6th 3rd

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships

2nd 6th 8th 4th 1st 1st 1st 6th 3rd

Texas A&M Invite Texas Tech Invite Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships

13th 14th 11th 13th p10th f8th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational SLC Championships

5th 19th 10th 17th p22nd

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

p17th 30th 3rd p10th f8th 7th 1st 3rd p3rd f3rd p4th f4th p2nd f4th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays

3rd 10th 3rd 10th p16th p30th 1st 10th 12th 6th p8th

4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 1600SMR 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay 200m 200m

Drake Relays Drake Relays Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

f7th p16th 12th 1st 2nd p4th f2nd

SLC Championships SLC Championships NCAA West Region Prelims NCAA West Region Prelims NCAA West Region Prelims NCAA West Region Prelims

p2nd f3rd p20th p14th p17th p35th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic

f22nd 3rd-11th OV f42nd f79th f52nd f37th

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

8th 9th 3rd 15th 7th 1st 2nd 7th 11th 2nd p9th p1st 2nd

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Drake Relays Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships NCAA West Region Prelims

1st 1st 5th 6th 3rd 13th p12th p16th 4th 1st 17th 12th 3rd 8th p8th f7th p16th 1st 7th 2nd 1st p7th f6th p20th

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open Sooner Open SLC Championships (Pent.) SLC Championships (Pent.) SLC Championships (Pent.) SLC Championships (Pent.) SLC Championships (Pent.) SLC Championships (Pent.)

20th p33rd 3rd p33rd 9th 12th 9th p5th f8th 13th 8th p30th 11th 14th 1st 12th 13th 12th

Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Angelo State Multi-Event Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships (Hept.)

7th 9th 6th 11th 13th 8th 8th 7th 17th 17th 58th 11th 19th 21st 18th 30th 11th

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10th 8th 6th 13th 13th 6th 11th

Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational

8th p26 21stp 4th

TCU Horned Frog Invitational F6th Bobby Lane Invitational F9th Bobby Lane Invitational F11th Texas Relays P28th North Texas Spring Classic F4th John Jacobs Invitational 3rd- 2nd OV Northwestern State Invitational f3rd SLC Championships p10th Texas A&M Invitational Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Wichita State Shocker Quad Wichita State Shocker Quad Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

14th 8th 3rd f8th 4th 1st f1st f5th p7th 2nd 2nd

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays Texas Relays Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational John Jacobs Invitatonal Drake Relays Drake Relays Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships NCAA West Regional Prelims NCAA West Regional Prelims

1st f5th f6th f5th f12th p1st – 13th f4th f4th f3rd f3rd f5th f16th f12th f22nd 1st f2nd f1st p4th f3rd 6th-20th OV 7th-43rd OV

Texas A&M Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational Texas Tech Invitational New Balance Invitational New Balance Invitational Sooner Open SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships

33rd 7th 10th 6th 32nd 39th 6th p1st f1st p1st f1st f2nd

TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational Texas Relays Texas Relays North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic North Texas Spring Classic John Jacobs Invitational Drake Relays Drake Relays Drake Relays Northwestern State Invitational SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships SLC Championships NCAA West Region Prelims NCAA West Region Prelims NCAA West Region Prelims NCAA Championships

f6th 5th f3rd 9th 6th f3rd 47th 16th 6th 5th f1st 4th 12th 8th f7th f2nd f2nd p1st f1st p1st f1st 25th 13th 9th 21st

TCU Horned Frog Invitational Bobby Lane Invitational

11th 42nd

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1.47m High Jump 2:34.96 800m 9.84m Shot Put 16.12(w) 100 Hurdles 27.17 200m 32.39m Javelin 4,205 Total Points Doxie Thompson Indoor 3:51.82 4x400 Relay 9.48 60 Hurdles 8.81 55 Hurdles 12:25.64 4000DMR Outdoor 1:05.53 400 Hurdles 4:00.69 4x400 Relay 1:06.27 400 Hurdles 1:04.60 400 Hurdles 1:03.50 400 Hurdles 1:01.75 400 Hurdles 1:04.01 400 Hurdles 1:03.15 400 Hurdles Megan Turner Indoor 57.86 400m 3:51.82 4x400 Relay 3:52.96 4x400m Relay 1:27.71 600m 58.48 400m 3:53.17 4x400m 01:25.34 600m 57.91 400m 57.80 400m 3:50.62 4x440YD Relay 12:16.65 4,400YDDMR Outdoor 3:50.51 4x400 Relay 1:04.93 400 Hurdles 3:58.84 4x400 Relay 1:04.27 400 Hurdles 3:44.78 4x400 Relay 1:02.43 400 Hurdles 1:01.86 400 Hurdles 3:52.57 4x400 Relay 1:02.86 400 Hurdles 3:51.75 4x400 Relay 1:03.52 400 Hurdles 3:46.03 4x400 Relay 3:56.63 1600SMR 1:04.42 400 Hurdles 3:45.97 4x400 Relay 1:03.97 400 Hurdles 3:41.14 4x400 Relay 1:01.45 400 Hurdles 1:01.11 400 Hurdles 3:41.69 4x400 Relay 1:03.12 400 Hurdles Jasmine Walls Indoor 7.79 60m 7.15 55m 7.20 55m 25.01 200m 7.68 60m 24.96 200m 7.59 60m 7.55 60m 7.56 60m 24.76 200m 24.61 200m 3:50.62 4x440YD Outdoor 11.71 100m 24.13 200m 46.29 4x100 Relay 11.97 100m 24.97 200m 45.98 4x100 Relay 12.19 100m 47.04 4x100 Relay 11.81 100m 24.02 200m 46.29 4x100 Relay 11.95 100m 3:56.63 1600SMR 46.20 4x100 Relay 45.87 4x100 Relay 23.21 200m 45.72 4x100 Relay 11.65 100m 11.56 100m 23.74 200m 23.36 200m 11.86 100m 23.65 200m 23.60 200m 24.10 200m Sophia Yousefi Indoor Did not compete. Outdoor 5:59.22 1500m 5:53.80 1500m

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UTA TEXAS RELAYS CHAMPIONS 1988 1989 1990 1994

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1995 1998 1999 2001 2002 2007

Michael Bertrand and her women’s distance medley relay teammates captured the event tle at the 1998 Texas Relays.

McClinton Neal was a two- me champ at the Texas Relays.

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Ronald Johnson Triple Jump 52-7 1/2 McClinton Neal 400 Hurdles 50.56 McClinton Neal 400 Hurdles 50.61 Men’s Sprint Medley Relay 3:17.51 (Terence Beach, Clinton Bufuku, Chris McPhaul, Cornelius Cavi ) Clinton Bufuku 100m 10.21 Clinton Bufuku 100m 10.66 Women’s Distance Medley Relay 11:32.03 (Kris n Ahlepil, Linda Sjostrom, Mishael Bertrand, Misty Lowe) Marsha French Shot Put 53-9 3/4 Erik Petersson 5000m 14:51.92 Rebecca Johansson 10000m 35:55.9 Women’s 4x200 Relay (Kim Hargers, Kourtnee Jones, Jasmine Walls, Shana Rash)

Ronald Johnson Triple Jump 52-7 1/2 McClinton Neal 110 Hurdles 13.89 Men’s 4x200 Relay 1:21.73 (Crys n Wuthrich, Elston Cawley, Markus Lindhal, Cornelius Cavi ) Men’s 4x200 Relay 1:23.28 (Nic Sco , Elston Cawley, Nelson Stewart, Cornelius Cavi ) Henrik Skoog 3000 Steeplechase 8:52.17 Marsha French Shot Put 53-1 1/2 LaQuinta Manahan 100m 11.41 LaQuinta Manahan 100m 11.62 Men’s Shu le Hurdle Relay 57.48 Crys n Wuthrich, Elston Cawley, Markus Lindhal and Cornelius Cavi recorded the na on’s (Chris Lillie, Paul Whi y, Ed Broadnax, Adam Stafford) fastest me in the 4x200m relay at the Drake Men’s 4x100 Relay 41.29 Relays in 1996. (Jared Connaughton, Edward Broadnax, Adam Stafford, Paul Whi y) Men’s Shu le Hurdle Relay 58.59 (Paul Whi y, Jon McDowell, Ed Broadnax, Adam Stafford)

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RIGHT: A closer look of the newly renovated locker rooms. Track and field, baseball and softball all had their locker rooms renovated this year, including new lockers. BELOW: A closer look at the new wooden lockers found in each of the three locker rooms, complete with built-in locks, UTA logos and individualized name plates for the athletes.

UT Arlington made a commitment to upgrading its facilities this winter when the department of athletics and the university and its president, James D. Spaniolo, authorized renovation of the locker rooms for track and field, baseball and softball.

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ABOVE: UT Arlington President James D. Spaniolo (middle) poses with track and field athletes Branko Petrovic (left) and Ivan Storic (right).

The renovations included an overhaul of the old facilities. The locker rooms are now fully carpeted with all of the walls now repainted. The locker room also features brand new customized wooden lockers that allow each athlete to sit in their locker space. The lockers include a combination lock and a personalized name plate. The renovations fall in line with a recent study, which said the department’s top priorities should be taking care of the sports already in existence at UT Arlington.

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2010 CROSS COUNTRY PERFORMANCE LIST 

2010 UT ARLINGTON CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS 

MEN

2011 UT Arlington Track and Field

TEAM

MIDWESTERN STATE INVITATIONAL 9.2.10 6k

UTA SEASON OPENER 9.11.10 2Mile

TEXAS A&M-CC ISLANDER SPLASH 9.24-25.10 5 Mile

MSU COWBOY STAMPEDE 10.9.10 4Mile

CHILI PEPPER INVITATIONAL 10.16.10 10k

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 10.28.10 8k

4th/8 Teams

3rd/5 Teams

3rd/7 Teams

4th/8 Teams

35th/50 Teams

7th/12 Teams

(23:19.87) 37th

(30:38) 48th

(21:23.45) 35th

(35:11.63) 362nd

Johnny Camacho Zack Davis John Frnka Anthony Groom Holton Hemby Anthony Hilliman Hance Loyd

Eric Montou Jake Powers Aaron Purser David Rayo Anthony Rene Dwight Robinson Darren Rous Heinz Schwarzkopf Kevin Vasquez Cody Widener Tomahl Woods Garrett Yuen Zach Zura

(22:26.77) 27th 21:01.02 (44th) 19:56.27 (19th) 20:08.40 (26th) 19:59.95 (21st)

(21:56.33) 18th (24:52.20) 44th (23:14.74) 36th (21:52.95) 16th

19:44.12 (13th) 22:31.67 (61st) 20:26.81 (34th)

(21:38.71) 15th (23:03.51) 35th (21:21.88) 11th

(21:18.92) 32nd

NCAA SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL

11.13.10 10k

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(30:19.80) 79th

(31:04) 51st (28:01) 22nd

(20:31.04) 17th

(32:55.38) 182nd

(28:50.60) 68th (27:29.00) 46th

(28:34) 29th (28:41) 31st

(21:44.77) 41st (23:20.23) 63rd

(34:26.97) 319th

(27:57.60) 56th (27:39.50) 52nd

(27:55) 20th (31:18) 53rd (27:12) 15th

(20:39.61) 20th (21:47.08) 42nd (20:21.21) 9th

(32:44.88) 182nd (33:43.40) 268th (33:11.88) 222nd

(26:44.90) 32nd (28:45.80) 66th (26:25.00) 24th

(32:27.50) 68th

(35:02.60) 108th (33:51.70) 98th

  



2010 UT ARLINGTON CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS 

WOMEN TEAM Ester Abuto Jennifer Carey Lydia Chebii Perri Ford Denisha Hicks Emily Koenig Amanda McMahon

Marissa Paz Lindsey Putman Sophia Yousefi

MIDWESTERN STATE INVITATIONAL 9.2.10 4k

UTA SEASON OPENER 9.11.10 2Mile

TEXAS A&M-CC ISLANDER SPLASH 9.24-25.10 3 Mile

MSU COWBOY STAMPEDE 10.9.10 5K

CHILI PEPPER INVITATIONAL 10.16.10 10k

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 10.28.10 8k

3rd/7 Teams

3rd/6 Teams

2nd/8 Teams

1st/6 Teams

19th/56 Teams

4th/12 Teams

16:04.07 (20th) 15:43.80 (14th) 17:45.71 (44th) 15:35.58 (12th) 17:21.76 (39th) 14:31.88 (1st) 14:52.08 (4th) 16:19.93 (24th)

(12:40.37)28th (12:16.58) 20th

(19:56) 29th (18:52) 13th

(19:10.98) 20th (18:33.33) 7th

(19:39.04) 265th (18:37.66) 123rd

(12:21.53) 25th (13:20.72) 30th (11:28.93) 5th (11:46.05) 13th (12:53.14) 32nd (12:41.52) 31st Unt (15:04.73) 50th

(19:00) 15th

(19:00.66) 18th

(17:45)1st (18:28) 8th (19:29) 21st

(17:40.62) 1st (18:14.63) 6th (19:29.78) 26th

(23:47.70) 49th (22:23.10) 15th (22:48.40) 24th (23:45.70) 48th (25:29.20) 75th (21:30.30) 1st

18:57.06 (56th)

(17:28.29) 23rd (18:08.83) 180th (19:46.09) 285th

NCAA SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL

11.13.10 10k

(23:03.10) 90th

(21:18.60) 21st (22:35.10) 78th

(25:01.80) 71st



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2010 CROSS COUNTRY REVIEW When Emily Koenig arrived on campus, she did so with high expectations. By the end of the 2010 cross country season, UT Arlington coach John Sauerhage said the true freshman had surpassed them all. Koenig won the Southland Conference Cross Country Championships, helping the women finish fourth. With the victory, Koenig was named SLC Female Athlete of the Year as well as SLC Freshman of the Year, becoming the first cross country in SLC history to win both awards in the same season.

Sauerhage’s optimism comes with plenty of justification. 1977 1987 1992 1997 1998

UTA NCAA National Qualifiers Mark Newland Ben Melly Angela Nelson Kristin Athlepil Henrik Skoog

Top UTA All-NCAA South Central Region Finishes 1990 Jimmy Balmer (9th) 1992 Angela Nelson (8th) 1994 Angela Nelson (10th) 1997 Kristin Athlepil 1997 Frida Rosenberg 1997 Linda Sjostrom 1998 Linda Sjostrom 1998 Henrik Skoog 2000 Rebecca Johansson (9th) 2001 Rebecca Johansson (9th) Note: The meets in which Balmer and Nelson competed were officially recognized as the NCAA District VI Championships.

1985 1987 1990 1992 1993 1993 1995 1996 1998 2010

UTA SLC Individual Championships Joel Chemwetich Ben Melly Jimmy Balmer Angela Nelson Rodger Krueger Angela Nelson Frida Rosenberg Jason Buie Henrik Skoog Emily Koenig UTA All-SLC Selections

1966-67 1975 1975 1975 1983 1984-85 1985 1985, 87 1985, 87 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987-88, 90 1988 1988, 90 1988 1989 1990

Dale Drenen Julius Stewart Louis Macis Mark Newland John Sauerhage Isaac Biegon Joel Chemwetich Calvin McGill Ben Melly Judy Wootton Tara O’Neill Leti Lechon Jessica Keneally Vernie Williams Danny Trujillo Jimmy Balmer Monica Carr Carolyn Copeland Andri Perea

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The Temple native guided the Mavericks to a team title at the McNeese State Cowboy Stampede. Koenig completed the course in 17:40.62 to claim the individual title as well as the team title for UT Arlington. She clocked a team-best time in all seven events, including the NCAA South Central Regional, where she placed 21st with a time of 21:18.60 in the 10k. Though Koenig stole most of the spotlight, senior Amanda McMahon capped a stellar career by finishing as the team runner-up in five of the seven meets. McMahon’s best finish came at the Midwestern State Invitational, where she placed fourth with a time of 14:52.08. McMahon had three top-10 finishes, placing Damond Bickel Thomas Teger Rodger Krueger Barbara Buckley Angela Nelson Jason Johnston Mario Streng Katja Anderson Oskar Knutson Asa Hedstrom Jason Buie Frida Rosenberg Jonas Rosengren Theresa Ahlepil Linsa Sjostrom Kristin Ahlepil Henrik Skoog Ciaron Doogan Erik Petersson Bjorn Ahlepil Glen Dutcher Rebecca Johannson Kasja Haglund Jodi Hulett Caroline Erlingson Jody Broccoli-Hickey Idilio Campos Ozie Hood Emily Koenig

1990 1993 1993 1995 1996 1998 2010

UTA SLC Athletes of the Year Jimmy Balmer Rodger Krueger Angela Nelson Frida Rosenberg Jason Buie Henrik Skoog Emily Koenig

2010

UTA SLC Athletes of the Year Emily Koenig

1992 1997 1999 2001

UTA SLC Coaches of the Year Monte Stratton (Men’s) John Sauerhage (Women’s) John Sauerhage (Men’s) John Sauerhage (Women’s)

sixth at the McNeese State Cowboy Stampede and eighth at the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islander Splash. Jennifer Carey overcame a slow start to earn a top-10 finish (seventh at the McNeese State Cowboy Stampede) and placed second among Mavericks at the SLC Cross Country Championships, behind just Koenig. The men did not enjoy the same success as the women during the 2010 season, finishing seventh at the SLC Cross Country Championships. Cody Widener and Heinz Schwarzkopf battled for the top spot all season. Widener earned the team’s best finish four times with a top-10 showing at the McNeese State Cowboy Classic, where he finished ninth. He also had UTA’s best time at the SLC Cross Country Championships. Schwarzkopf bettered Widener twice, including a team-best performance at the Midwestern State Invitational, where he finished 15th.

SLC Team Championships 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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“I expected a lot from Emily when she got here,” Sauerhage said. “She has already exceeded all expectations. If she stays on her current pace, she could become one of the, if not the, best distance runner in UT Arlington history, which is really saying something. I really think she could break the school records in the 5000m and 10000m as early as this season.”

Koenig won her first collegiate meet by running the 4k track at the Midwestern State Invitational with a time of 14:31.88 and went on to win three of her first four meets.

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100m 200m 400m 800m 1500m 3000 Steeplechase 5000m 10000m 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault Decathlon

10.01 20.15 44.25 1:46.84 3:37.81 8:49.5 13:46.1 29:31.6 13.48 49.32 38.77 3:00.61 68-8 1/2 222-02 265-03 250-11 26-7 1/4 55-7 7-4 1/2 18-10 1/2 8,081

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Kim Collins Michael Johnson Michael Johnson Jackson Langat Paul Rugut Micha Boynette Julius Randich Agapius Amo Jeremichael Williams Tranell Hawkins --Ford, Howard, Minor, Ramsey Randy Barnes Jason Tunks Libor Chaufrietag Zack Malekwa Sheddrick Fields Fetes Igbonogine Brian Brown Bill Payne Kristian Rahnu

Texas Christian UTA Invitational NIKE International UTA Open NIKE International UTA Open TCU Arlington Invitational Southern Methodist UTA Open Blinn Junior College UTA Invitational Lubbock Christian UTA Open East Texas State UTA Open Clemson UTA Open Angelo State UTA Open Texas Christian UTA Invitational Baylor UTA Open Texas A&M UTA Open Unattached Texas Invitational Unattached Wayland Baptist UTA Open Houston UTA Open Run-Tex UTA Open Northwestern State UTA Open Unattached UTA Open McNeese State SLC Outdoor Championships

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11.05 23.02 52.64 2:03.97 4:19.10 9:27.00 16:01.3 35:51.47 10:31.46 12.88 57.92 44.48 3:37.35 57-2 3/4 191-4 216-0 178-4 21-3 1/4 43-00 1/4 6-5

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1993 1994 1995 1995 1989 1999 1986 2002 2006 2001 1995 2005 2005 1997 1995 2001 1995 1984 2002 1987 1999 2006 2006

Beverly McDonald Beverly McDonald Ellen Grant Alisa Hill Sabrina Dornhoefer Sylvia Chelimo Francis Smith Sita Waru Amanda King Dellaerene London S. Cummings-Glover M. Sefas, C. Grace, E. Wilson, L. Ivery R. Napoleon, D. Myricks, L. Ivery, A. Perkins Marika Tuliniemi Pam Dukes Florence Ezea Windy Dean Donna Thomas Stepheanie Sowell Louise Ritter Kasja Bergqvist Michelle Rezpka Crystal Chang

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FIELDTURF them with the finest state-of-the-art track surface available.” Maverick Stadium opened in 1980 and has a seating capacity of 12,000. It is not only the home of UTA men’s and women’s track, but it is also one of the busiest high school sports facilities in the Southwest. In addition to hosting a steady stream of high school football and soccer, Maverick is considered one of the finest track-and-field facilities in the region. The stadium is the home to numerous track-and-field competitions and camps.

UT Arlington selected FieldTurf for installation at Maverick Stadium, the home of the school’s men’s and women’s track teams, and one of the most utilized track-and-field facilities in the Southwest. The announcement was made by Maverick Stadium Manager Tom Kloza and FieldTurf CEO Joe Fields. The installation will commence this July and will be in place for the Mavericks’ 2009 fall track season. FieldTurf will be replacing the facility’s previous ten-year old artificial turf. “We are very pleased with our decision to install FieldTurf at Maverick Stadium,” Stadium Manager Tom Kloza said. “When we researched this issue, without question, FieldTurf was the most stable of all of the artificial turf companies. The technological aspects of FieldTurf , with the way they do things, were far in advance of their competitors. The playability of FieldTurf is so far ahead of the others that this was really an easy decision.” “I am excited that Field Turf will be installed in Mavericks Stadium,” UTA Men’s and Women’s Head Track Coach John Sauerhage said. “It will be a great addition to our facility and will help in our recruiting efforts now and in the future. Our athletes are already looking forward to working out on it.” “Although FieldTurf is primarily known as a football surface, our track-and-field product is the finest in the industry,” Fields said. “With all of the track-and-field events hosted by Maverick Stadium, not just through the Texas Arlington men’s and women’s track teams, but also at the high school and track club levels, this installation will provide great exposure for our outstanding product. We know that Tom Kloza and the folks at UTA did their due diligence in selecting FieldTurf, and it is our aim to provide

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With more than 3,000 installations in almost 50 countries, FieldTurf Tarkett is the largest entity in the sports surfacing industry and provides unparalleled leasing capabilities, engineering and manufacturing resources. In addition to its worldrenowned FieldTurf and Prestige brands of artificial turf, FieldTurf Tarkett provides an equally impressive range of products that includes synthetic and hardwood basketball, volleyball and gymnasium flooring, squash and racquetball courts, floor protection and covering systems and weight room flooring. Also in the range of FieldTurf Tarkett products are indoor and outdoor running tracks, including the high performance ‘Le Monde’ track system, playground surfacing and a complete range of tennis and golf surfaces.

THE

SYSTEM

Fiber The arched profile of this monofilament fiber is based on similar structures found in nature. Extruded through a spinnerette it is a “true” monofilament fiber that delivers unmatched durability, especially resistance to wear. Tests indicate that although this fiber is far more durable, it remains silky and lush, just like nature intended. The monofilament system is available in over 20 colors.

Fiber A durable “spine” runs vertically through the center of each fiber providing unmatched “memory” and resistance to matting. Far more resistant to UV and foot traffic it stands up to over 35,000 cycles of testing and remains silky and non-abrasive.

Infill The washed silica sand does not break down from use or heavy traffic. The cryogenic rubber is recycled rubber, frozen and shattered, creating smoothsided spherical particles. As compared to 3 pounds of ambient rubber found in most other artificial turf, each square foot of FieldTurf contains 7 pounds of silica sand plus 3 pounds of cryogenic rubber. A base layer of silica sand is followed by up to 21 individual layers of mixed silica sand and cryogenic rubber and then topped with a final layer of specially graded cryogenic rubber which stays on the top of the infill system.

Infill Similarly sized particles of washed silica sand and rounded cryogenic rubber infill hold each other in suspension, compress and expand to provide stability, long life resiliency and proper energy restitution.

Backing The backing is made of a combination of permeable woven and non-woven polypropylene fabrics to provide exceptional strength and unmatched vertical drainage. Silica Sand

The greatest turf on earth.™

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Maverick Stadium underwent a facelift in the summer of 2009 with the installation of FieldTurf.

More than 50 top NCAA universities currently play their home football games on FieldTurf, including Texas, Texas Tech, Nebraska, Ohio State, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, West Virginia, Washington, Oregon, Missouri, Syracuse and Louisville. Twentyone of the NFL’s 32 teams presently utilize FieldTurf in their stadiums and/or practice facilities. In addition, MLB’s Tampa Bay Rays, Minnesota Twins and Toronto Blue Jays have FieldTurf at their respective stadiums.

Nike Grind

THE PATENTED FINGER UNIT COATS JUST THE TUFTED FIBER ROWS. THIS PROVIDES SUPERIOR STRENGTH AND LEAVES THE REST OF THE BACKING FULLY POROUS FOR UNMATCHED DRAINAGE.

Backing The fibers are tufted (stitched) into the backing material in rows according to a patented wide gauge spacing formula that enables cleats to penetrate the infill material rather than the surface fiber. This provides excellent traction and very low torsion resistance that prevents injuries. A patented “finger unit” adds an impermeable coating over the back of each row of stitching, creating a chemical and mechanical bond, sealing the fibers to the backing, leaving the rest of the backing material totally permeable and creating rows of superior drainage channels.

Cryogenic Rubber

THE FINISHED CARPET SECTIONS ARE LAID ON FIELD AND SEWN TOGETHER. ONCE ALL NUMBERS, MARKINGS AND LOGOS HAVE BEEN INSTALLED, THE TURF IS READY FOR INFILLING.

THE PATENTED INFILL LAYERING BEGINS WITH SEVERAL LAYERS OF CLEAN, WASHED SILICA SAND. THIS STABILIZES AND SUPPORTS THE ENTIRE SYSTEM. THIS IS FOLLOWED BY MIXED INFILL LAYERS.

A MIX OF CRYOGENIC RUBBER AND SILICA SAND IS LAYERED INTO THE SYSTEM. THE RUBBER AND SAND PARTICLES ARE A SIMILAR SIZE TO STAY IN SUSPENSION, NEITHER SEGREGATING NOR COMPACTING.

UP TO TWENTY ONE PASSES OF THE CRYOGENIC RUBBER AND SILICA SAND MIX ARE CAREFULLY ADDED. OVER 800,000 LBS OF INFILL IS LAYERED INTO A TYPICAL, FULL SIZE SPORTS FIELD.

LARGER SIZED CRYOGENIC RUBBER TOP LAYERS ENSURE THAT THE RUBBER REMAINS ON TOP, PROVIDING A SAFE, FORGIVING SURFACE.

THE BRAND THAT REVOLUTIONIZED AN INDUSTRY.

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Event 100m 200m 400m 800m 1500m 3000 Steeplechase 5000m 110 Hurdles 400 Hurdles 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay Shot Put Discus Hammer Javelin Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault

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Year 2001 1997 1985 2005 1994 1989 1984 1994 1983 2001 1995 1987 1998 2005 1994 2001 2000 1987 1985 2002

Name School Kim Collins Texas Christian Percy Spencer Texas Christian Willie Caldwell Baylor Jackson Langat Texas Christian Savieri Ngidhi Abilene Christian Micha Boynette Blinn Junior College Arturo Barrios Texas A&M Brian Amos Abilene Christian Theron Brown Baylor -Texas Christian Ford, Howard, Minor, Ramsey Baylor Lars Nilsen Southern Methodist Jason Tunks Unattached Libor Chaufrietag Unattached Edgar Baumann Texas State Darvis Patton Texas Christian Abdul Rasheed Barton County JC Jake Jacoby Unattached Todd Cooper Baylor Ryan Barkdall Unattached

Mark 11.05 23.24 54.00 2:07.52 4:30.18 9:32.17 16:35.37 13.41 58.77 44.44

Year 1993 1997 1994 1987 2004 2002 2004 2004 2004 1997

Name Beverly McDonald Tinesha Jackson Revoli Campbell Rebecca Allison Michelle Lahann Siri Alfheim Desirave Osburn MaKeatha Cooper Danielle Myricks G. Jackson, Sharrieff, Lewis, T. Jackson R. Napoleon, D. Myricks, L. Ivery, A. Perkins Marika Tuliniemi Teri Tunks Florence Ezeh Liza Randjelovic Yvette Wingate Detrich Clariette Louise Ritter Rachel Viau

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57-2 3/4 185-08 211-06 178-10 20-08 1/2 43-01 6-5 12-09

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School Texas Christian Texas Christrian Abilene Christian Texas Chrstian Iowa Oklahoma State Wichita State Texas Christian Baylor Texas Christian Baylor Southern Methodist Southern Methodist Southern Methodist Southern Methodist UTA Unattached Unattached Oral Roberts

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Th University The U i it fosters f t an active learning environment for its 29,000 students, who pursue 198 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees with 10 colleges and schools. ● Architecture ● Business ● Education ● Engineering ● Honors College ● Liberal Arts ● Nursing ● Science ● Social Work ● Urban and Public Affairs

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WHERE WE RANK

● In America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools for 2008, Design Intelligence ranked the School of Architecture’s graduate architecture program second in the South. ● A study by Decision Analyst ranked UT Arlington the No. 10 graduate business school in the United States. The study ranked 51 universities with graduate business degree programs. ● The Marketing Department ranks 27th worldwide in the latest American Marketing Association ratings in the Journal of Marketing. ● Since 2003, enrollment at the UT Arlington Fort Worth Center has skyrocketed from 596 to 1,288. Located in downtown Fort Worth, the center offers graduate, undergraduate and continuing education program tailored to the working professional.

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● 80 Bachelors ● 74 Masters ● 31 Doctoral

Enrollment ● 28,085 total ● 21,370 undergraduate ● 6,715 graduate

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Student Body: ● 46.5 percent White ● 16.5 percent Hispanic ● 14.5 percent African American ● 10.2 percent Asian ● 10.0 percent International ● 1.8 percent Other ● 0.5 percent American Indian

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The University encompasses 420 acres and includes more than 100 buildings, some dating from 1919. In the past six years, the construction or renovation of more than a dozen buildings has added 1.2 million square feet to the physical plant. ● Construction began in 2008 on the $150 million Engineering Research Complex, which will forge innovative partnerships between engineering and science. Other projects include the Civil Engineering Laboratory Building, which opened in August 2008, and an expansion of the Engineering Lab Building. ● The School of Nursing’s Smart Hospital provides 13,000 square feet of space for student nurses to use cutting-edge learning technology. The facility features more than 30 full-body patient simulators in a 23-bed simulated hospital environment. ● UT Arlington’s purchases from Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUBs) ranked 12th among state agencies in Texas in 2008. HUB purchases accounted for almost a third of the Universities total expenditures.

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MAVERICK ACTIVITIES CENTER

● 20,000 sq. ft. weight and fitness room (80+ pieces of cardio equipment, 4 circuit training units & free weight area

● 4 multipurpose rooms -

● 10 Badminton courts ● Game room which includes table tennis

● Social corridor with group seating and activity viewing

yoga, martial arts, aerobics, and more.

● Internet café with juice

● 5 Indoor basketball courts

bar (wired and wireless connection)

● 9 Volleyball courts

● Men’s and women’s health

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The Maverick Activities Center (MAC), a $34.5 million recreation facility, is approximately 190,000 sq. ft. and includes:

club style locker rooms

● Indoor soccer gymnasium ● Wellness resource center ● 2 Indoor tracks - 1/16 mile and 1/9 mile

● Conference rooms

● 5 Racquetball courts

● Climbing wall

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COLLEGE PARK CENTER

● Approximately 218,000 square feet

● Seating Capacity: 6,500 ●Cost: Approximately $78 million

● Construction: Designed

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UT Arlington broke ground on the College Park Center on March 5, 2010, which will be located at the northeast corner of campus between South Center and South Pecan streets at West Second Street.

to achieve LEED Silver Certification, continuing UT Arlington’s commitment to sustainable development

● Construction Time: Approximately 30 months, with an anticipated completion date in spring 2012

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DALLAS COWBOYS STADIUM

● America’s team completed its first year at Cowboys Stadium, just 2.5 miles from UT Arlington’s campus. ● The stadium will host Super Bowl XLV in 2011, beating out bids from the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, and Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. It will be the first time the Super Bowl has been played in Dallas, and just the third time in the state of Texas (2004 - Reliant Stadium, Houston; 1974 - Rice Stadium, Houston). ● Besides hosting 10 preseason and regular season Cowboys games, Cowboys Stadium will be the centerpiece of excitement with the following sporting eventstaking place during 2010-11, TCU vs. Oregon State (Sept. 4), Herbstreit Classic (Sept. 6), Tim McGraw concert (Sept. 10) and Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (Oct. 9).

STADIUM QUICK FACTS ● Stadium site covers 73 total acres. ● Stadium is 3 million square feet. ● Roof structure is 660,800 sq. ft. (one of the largest in the world). ● Approximate capacity of up to 100,000 fans. ● Largest retractable end zone doors in the world (120’X180’). ● Largest scoreboard in the world measuring at 72 ft. tall by 160 ft. wide (sideline boards) while fans in the end zones will view boards measuring 27 ft. tall by 48 ft. wide. ● Record attendance of 105,121 on September 21, 2009 (New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys).

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located just 3.8 miles from UT Arlington’s campus.

● From the exterior to the interior many ideas from other past ballparks were used when building the ballpark. As fans approach the ballpark, it resembles Ebbets Field with its red brick facade and arches. Once inside the ballpark, a brick Walk of Fame containing information and rosters of every Texas Rangers team extends around the entire facility. The Rangers home field is the only retro ballpark built that is enclosed as over 48,000 seats and four story office complex surround the playing field.

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● The Rangers Ballpark in Arlington was built in 1994,

STADIUM QUICK FACTS ● Stadium opened April 11, 1994 ● Capacity: 48,911 ● Cost: $191 million ● Hosted Major League Baseball All-Star Game in 1995 ● Kenny Rogers perfect game on June 28, 1994 ● Ian Kinsler hits for the cycle and has six hits on Apr. 15, 2009 ● Previous stadium, Arlington Stadium, existed just a quarter of a mile from new stadium. Rangers played in Arlington Stadium from 1972-1993.

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AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER

â—? The Metroplex features five major professional sports teams and also has five professional/minor league franchises, including the Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, Dallas Mavericks, FC Dallas, Dallas Stars, Frisco RoughRiders, Fort Worth Cats, Grand Prairie AirHogs, Texas Brahmas and the Texas Tornado. â—? The NBA All-Star Festivities were held in Dallas in 2010. The game set a world record for the highest attendance at a single basketball game with 108,713 fans in attendance on February 14, 2010.

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DFW METROPLEX

â—? The Metroplex is a convenient travel destination with two airports (Dallas Fort Worth International Airport & Love Field Airport) within 25 miles of UT Arlington. DFW Airport is located 16 miles from campus while Dallas Love Field Airport is 24 miles from the university. DFW connects directly with 133 US markets and 36 international destinations. By 2010, DFW has served 100 million passengers a year. Love Field is the primary hub of Southwest Airlines and serves six million passengers annually.

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â—? Texas Motor Speedway opened in 1996 and was a $250 million project. The facility seats 191,122 fans, including 144 suites. The track is 1.5 miles (oval).

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UTA CAMPUS LIFE

● UT Arlington has become a first-choice university ffor students seeking a traditional college experience. With 300 campus organizations to choose e ffrom, students find it easy to become active partticipants in the Maverick community. ● With almost 4,300 students living on campus, UTA provides a robust learning atmosphere. More U tthan 400 live in Kalpana Chawla Hall, which houses tthe University’s residential living/learning program. 110

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT James D. Spaniolo Hailed as the ideal person to lead The University Uni iver ersi sity ty o off Texas at Arlington into a new era of prominence, James D.. Spaniolo D SSpa pani niol olo o was was appointed the University’s seventh president in November 2003 by The University of Texas System Board of Regents.

President Spaniolo’s experience in higher education, law, philanthropy, politics and journalism make him uniquely qualified to lead a comprehensive teaching, research and public service institution like UT Arlington. With an enrollment of more than 29,000 students, UT Arlington is the second-largest of the 15 institutions in The UT System and offers 90 baccalaureate, 74 master’s and 34 doctoral degrees. And with a continued focus on technology transfer and economic development, UT Arlington is solidifying its status as a leading research university in the DallasFort Worth area, the state and the nation. Before coming to UT Arlington, President Spaniolo was dean of Michigan State University’s College of Communication Arts and Sciences. As dean from 1996 to 2003, he oversaw an enrollment increase of more than 1,000 students and helped establish the James H. and Mary B. Quello Center for Telecommunication Management and Law by raising more than $3.5 million. He forged a partnership with a newspaper corporation in Mexico and strengthened alumni outreach. He was also a professor in the School of Jour-

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2003-2004 Dr. Charles Sorber (Interim) 1995-2003 Dr. Robert Witt 1992-1995 Dr. Ryan Amacher 1972-1992 Dr. Wendell H. Nedderman 1968-1972 Dr. Frank Harrison 1959-1968 Dr. Jack Royce Woolf 1946-1959 Dr. E.H. Hereford 1923-1946 Dean Edward Everett Davis 1917-1923 Dean Myron L. Williams 1916-1917 John B. Dodson 1913-1916 H.K. Taylor 1902-1913 James McCoy Carlisle 1895-1902 Lee Morgan Hammond 1895-1902 William H. Trimble

Before joining the Knight Foundation, President Spaniolo was a newspaper executive and lawyer with Knight-Ridder for more than a decade. He was vice president of human resources and assistant to the publisher at the Detroit Free-Press and general executive and general counsel at The Miami Herald. He began his legal career with the Miami law firm of Paul & Thomson, which represented The Herald, and later served as associate general counsel of the American Newspaper Publishers Association, where he established the organization’s legal department. He is a member of the Florida Bar and has been admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the 5th and 11th U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

Arlington College, 1895-1902 Carlisle Military Academy, 1902-1913 Arlington Training School, 1913-1916 Arlington Military Academy, 1916-1917 Grubbs Vocational College, 1917-1923 North Texas Agricultural College, 1923-1949 Arlington State College, 1949-1967 The University of Texas at Arlington, 1967-Present

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He took office in February 2004 and immediately began building an administrative team and reaching out to stakeholders to map a course for UT Arlington’s future as a major national research university. Among his major accomplishments are growing the size and prestige of both the student body and the faculty, implementing the campus master plan (including the new Special Events Center, set to open in late 2011), and taking research activity at UT Arlington to record heights.

nalism and taught courses on the First Amendment and communications law. Before his tenure at Michigan State, he was vice president and chief program officer of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the largest media-related private foundation in the United States with more than $1.5 billion in assets. In seven years with the Knight Foundation, he directed a program that included major grants and initiatives to support journalism and a free press in the United States and worldwide. He also served as a member of the foundation’s Journalism Advisory Committee from 1997 to 2003.

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He graduated with high honors from Michigan State University in 1968 with a B.A. degree in political science. As a senior, he was editor-in-chief of the student daily, the State News. Following service in the U.S. Army Reserve, he became an assistant to Michigan State President Clifton R. Wharton Jr. from 1970 to 1972. He earned a law degree from the University of Michigan Law School in 1975 and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Michigan Institute of Public Policy Studies (now the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy). President Spaniolo has a son, Jamie, who lives in Washington D.C., and a daughter, Sarah, who lives in Los Angeles.

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The fifth Director of Inte terc rcol o legiate AthletIntercollegiate ics at UT Arli ling ngto ton n Arlington since 1953, Pete Carlon is in his 15th year as the department me nt’s director after ment’s serving twice in an interim role. Carlon has been with the university 30 years (since 1981), when he came to UT Arlington from Stephen F. Austin to become the head athletics trainer. He served as assistant or associate athletics director from 1984 until he was named director of athletics in May of 1996. During Carlon’s first tenure as interim athletics director in 1991-92, UT Arlington won five team conference titles and was ranked by the Women’s Sports Foundation as the second best Division I program in the nation in terms of commitment to gender equity. During the 1996-97 year, in Carlon’s first year as the permanent athletics director, the Mavericks claimed both the men’s and women’s Southland Conference All-Sports trophies, a first in the history of the UT Arlington athletics program. In 1998-99, UT Arlington again claimed both the men’s and women’s All-Sports Championship and won the SLC Commissioner’s Cup in the award’s second year of existence. The Commissioner’s Cup recognizes the conference’s best overall athletics program. In all, UT Arlington has won three Commissioner’s Cups and has finished among the top three schools in the race for the Cup each year since programs began competing for the award. During Carlon’s tenure, the UT Arlington women’s teams have captured five SLC All-Sports trophies and the men’s teams have won six all-sports awards. In all, the Mavericks have won 51 team conference championships during Carlon’s tenure as athletics director. Following the 2009-10 academic year, Carlon was named the Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics. Twenty-nine athletic directors were recognized with four geographic regions separated into seven categories. In 1997-98, Carlon teamed with then-University President Dr. Robert Witt to join forces with student and faculty leaders to spearhead the campaign for a referendum on a Student Intercollegiate Athletics Fee. This student athletics fee won overwhelming support

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from the student body and was enacted by the state legislature and then Gov. George W. Bush in 1999. The fee was the first of its kind in the state of Texas, and serves as a model for other institutions. Carlon has placed a special emphasis on maintaining an environment of academic excellence for UT Arlington student-athletes. Numerous academic support services and programs have been implemented to assist each student-athlete in their academic endeavors. UT Arlington athletics is involved with the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills program, which provides Maverick student-athletes opportunities for life enriching leadership experiences, community service and life skills training. During his 12-year tenure as head athletics trainer, Carlon served as president of the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association in 1987-88, was a member of the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association (SWATA) Executive Board, and served two terms on the national board of directors for the National Athletic Trainers Association. Carlon received one of the highest honors presented by the organization when he was named recipient of the NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award in 1997. In 1989, Carlon was presented the Frank Medina Award for service to athletics training and mankind, and has twice (1988 and 1996) earned the Eddie Wojecki Award for service to SWATA.

Carlon completed a four-year term (19982002) on the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports as well as the Subcommittee for Drug Education and Testing. He also is an active participant in the NCAA Athletics Certification process, having served on NCAA Peer Review Teams evaluating 10 other Division I institutions. He served as the president of the I-AAA Athletic Directors Association in 2005-06. Carlon spearheaded a facilities upgrade with the first phase of Clay Gould Ballpark renovation completed. Other facilities that have receive enhancement since 2002 include: the UT Arlington Tennis Center, Allan Saxe Softball Field and the track surface at Maverick Stadium. Most recently, Carlon has been heavily involved in the design and fund raising for UT Arlington’s $78 million Special Events Center which is currently under construction and is expected to be completed in the spring of 2012. Carlon earned a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University in 1975 and his master’s degree from Northwest Missouri State University in 1976. He began his professional career at Arlington James Bowie High School in 1976 as a health teacher and athletics trainer, and was the school’s Teacher of the Year in 1978. Carlon and his wife, Beth, who is an elementary school administrator in Irving ISD, are both natives of Gowrie, Iowa.

He was inducted into the SWATA Hall of Fame in 1999 and the NATA Hall of Fame in 2005 the organization’s highest honor. Carlon served a two-year term as president of the Southland Conference and chair of its executive committee. He previously served on the executive committee in two-year stints as vice president/chair of the compliance committee and secretary/treasurer and chair of the finance committee. Carlon has also served on several committees, including Southland Conference Honors and Awards, Compliance, Strategic Planning, Championships, Officiating and Marketing and Television. Nationally, Carlon has been recently appointed for a four-year term on the Division I Academics Cabinet, after spending the last year as a member of the NCAA Division I Academics, Eligibility and Compliance Cabinet, the Transfer Issues Ad Hoc Subcommittee and chairing the Division I Financial Aid Subcommittee.

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ALMA MATER Dear School we love. You are our Alma Mater, And through the years, Our faith we shall proclaim. We are each one, A loyal son or daughter, Our song of praise, Shall glorify your name. Dear School we love, Forever Arlington.

HOW A GRUBBWORM BECAME A MAVERICK Hornets, Junior Aggies, Blue Riders and Rebels among long list of mascot names An aardvark as UTA’s mascot? It could’ve happened. The story begins more than 80 years ago. From 1917, when it joined the Texas A&M System, to 1921, the school’s athletic teams answered to Grubbers or the school’s name, Grubbs Vocational College) and Shorthorns (after the campus newspaper, The Shorthorn). Grubbers just wasn’t destined to last, and many didn’t like Shorthorns because that’s what freshman teams at the school’s hated rival, The University of Texas at Austin, were called. A Shorthorn editorial Nov. 12, 1921, liked Hornets the idea of the ‘Horn’ and the ‘Sting’ too.” So Hornets it was—but not for long. When the school changed to North Texas Agricultural College in 1923, the yearbook that appeared in the spring was called the Junior Aggie. This set in motion a gradual shift over the years from Hornets to Junior Aggies. In 1949, when the school became Arling-

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ton State College, the nickname was officially changed to Blue Riders. According to an Aug. 25, 1949, article in the Tarrant County Citizen, “It was felt that the name would be appropriate with the school colors (blue and white), and would allow artists an opportunity to sketch attractive designs for team uniforms.” Except Blue Riders never caught on, either. In 1951, President E.H. Hereford called a meeting of as many sophomores as he could find and asked them to suggest yet another mascot. Rebels subsequently won a student vote, and the fight song Dixie and mascot Johnny Red became intricate parts of the theme and continued as ASC became a four-year school in 1959. The theme was never seriously questioned until spring 1965 when some argued that Rebels depicted a symbol of slavery. Others maintained that it represented Southern heritage. Several votes for name changes were held over the next six years, including one in 1968 (one year after the school became The Univer-

sity of Texas at Arlington) when Aardvarks was the top vote-getter behind Rebels. In February 1970, with Rebels not being one of the choices, Texans won out over Mavericks and Apollos, but Mavericks prevailed in a runoff. The battle still wasn’t over as students forced a referendum a month later, and the Old South theme prevailed again. UTA President Frank Harrison pleaded with students to make a change. In May 1971, one more vote was held. Again, students could vote for any name they chose, as long as it wasn’t Rebels. Mavericks won over Toros, Rangers and Hawks. The first Maverick mascot was a horned horse. In later years it was patterned, sort of, after Sam Maverick, a wealthy Texas landowner who participated in many momentous events in the state’s early history, among them the defense of the Alamo. He died in 1870. Maverick accumulated a fabled empire and inspired the term “maverick” to denote an unbranded calf or an independent person.

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FIGHT SONG Blue, white, we’ve got the might, Mavericks, we’re gonna field Shout our praises to the sky V-I-C-T-O-R-Y Go big Mavericks UTA Mavericks Fight, Fight Go big Mavericks All the way Mavericks Fight Fight Go Mavs!

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Through a year round individualized training program, players undergo a rigorous conditioning regimen. This program is designed, supervised, scrutinized and implemented by a highly qualified and dedicated certified strength coach. Over the years strength coaching has evolved into immeasurably more than just weightlifting. Strength and conditioning is now performance enhancement. While weight lifting is still a fundamental facet, there are many other important features. Their program for athletes includes flexibility training, cardiovascular conditioning, speed and power development, improvement of self motivation and mental toughness. Not only do these efforts improve the quality of the athlete’s performance, but this program greatly reduces the potential for injury, reduces the extent of many injuries and expedites recovery in case there is an injury. At UT Arlington this is a year round endeavor, in-season and off season. Many of our student athletes choose to spend their summers in Arlington in order to extend their opportunity to train for a championship. We take tremendous pride in a facility and staff second to none in the nation. Every program is

uniquely matched to the athlete and the sport. The strength staff works very closely with the sport coaches to create a spirit of shared goals, consistent expectations and staying abreast of the most current technology and sport science. The strength staff at the University of Texas-Arlington is devoted to the scoreboard results of every team at the University, but, more importantly, we are devoted and committed to the personal success of every student-athlete on and off the field! “Our staff is committed to developing each athlete’s innate ability to the fullest. This includes: strength, power, speed, endurance, flexibility and resolve. We employ the latest techniques, equipment and motivation, as well as traditional principals, to ensure that our student-athletes are trained specifically and individually to be champions in their sport.” - Kathy Wagner, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

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The Maverick health care team focuses on prevention, treatment and rehabilitation. Equipment, training, medical and strength and conditioning staffs are jointly committed to health care and prevention.

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“It has always been our philosophy to take a proactive approach to health care rather than just tending to our student-athletes after an injury,” said Roy Rudewick, head athletics trainer. Rudewick, a 1989 graduate of UT Arlington enters his fourth year with the Mavericks after more than a decade of service within the Arlington Independent School District. He will oversee all teams and will serve as the primary trainer for the men’s basketball program.

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A commitment to total care exists in every facet of UT Arlington’s approach to its student-athletes. UT Arlington Athletics Training facility contains modern equipment to ensure that a student-athlete is treated with care. Combined with the University health center, the studentathlete at UT Arlington is provided a team of physicians and care specialists.

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Scott Cross Men’s Basketball

Debbie Hedrick Softball

Samantha Morrow Women’s Basketball

Jay Rees Men’s Golf

John Sauerhage Track and Field Cross Country

ASSISTANT COACHES

Diane Seymour Volleyball

Darin Thomas Baseball Brandon Berger Track and Field

Zak Buncik MBB Dir. of Operations

Erin Clute Volleyball

Derrick Daniels Men’s Basketball

Jordan Durham Track and Field

Le-Net Franklin Softball Graduate Asst.

Erin Grant Women’s Basketball

K.J. Hendricks Baseball

Vince Kwasnick Softball

Shane Laflin Women’s Basketball

Marco Matteucci Tennis

David McLeod BSB Dir. of Operations

Andrae Patterson Men’s Basketball

Angela Perry Softball

Stuart Powell Golf

Gerald Richey Track and Field

Lindsay Scanlan Volleyball

Jay Sirianni Baseball

Lindsey Wilson Women’s Basketball

Greg Young Men’s Basketball

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ADMINISTRATION/ SUPPORT STAFF

Tony Burken Associate A.D. for Business and Operations

Travis Boren Marketing/Promotions Coordinator

Luke Brietzke Assistant Sports Information Director

Adriana Cantu Assistant Athletic Trainer

Pete Carlon Director of Athletics

Jason Chaput Asst. A.D. for Facilities and Events Manager

Gregg Elkin Assoc. A.D. for Communications and Media Relations

Kevin Fralicks Associate A.D. for External Affairs

Michella Gaiser Maverick Club/ External Affairs Coordinator

Debbie Garcia Sr. Associate A.D. for Academics & Compliance/SWA

Gina Giammanco Assistant Athletic Trainer

Kristyna Mancias Assistant Sports Information Director

Dr. Barry McKeown Faculty Representative

John Mocek Sr. Associate A.D. for Finance and Administration

Marla Morris Administrative Asst. for External Affairs

Lorraine Palmer Administrative Assistant II

Shirley Racioppa Support Specialist II

Dr. Bill Reeves Deputy A.D./Eligibility Certification Officer

Roy Rudewick Associate AD for Sports Medicine

Mary Russell Student Development Specialist/Academic Advisor

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Jed Stratton Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Sascha Schapiro Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

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Mishael Berger Academics Coordinator

Kathy Wagner Strength and Conditioning Coach

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Being a Maverick means being active in the community both on campus and in the Arlington area. With the goal of building leaders in the community, the UT Arlington athletics department and its student-athletes take an active role in community service projects. Among the community service projects include the D.E.A.R. Mavericks (Drop Everything and Read) Program. Student athletes inspire youth from Arlington, Mansfield, Grand Prairie area schools by reading to classes and speaking to groups about the importance of staying in school.

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● Salvation Army Canned Food Drive (Athletics Dept) ● Strikeout Bone Cancer (Softball) ● Reading to elementary school students (Baseball) ● Helping UT Arlington students move into dorms (Athletics Dept.) ● Hatch Madness (Women’s Basketball Charity Event) ● Dig for the Cure (Volleyball) ● Think Pink Breast Cancer Awareness (Women’s Basketball) ● Miracle League Day (Baseball)

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The past two years, UTA student-athletes and coaches participated in the following community activities:

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2009 Hall of Honor inductees (L-to-R:) Rayla Allison (1972-75, Softball Player; 1983-89, Softball Coach), Jeff Burrow (1988-91; Baseball), Mike Barnes (1964-66, Football) and UTA Head Track and Field Coach John Sauerhage - accepting for Jenny Hockett (1990-93, Women’s Track and Field).

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RAYLA ALLISON Softball Player/Coach 1972-75/1983-89

MIKE BARNES Football 1964-66

JEFF BURROW Baseball 1988-91

JENNY HOCKETT Women’s Track and Field 1990-93

Rayla Allison was a standout catcher for the Mavericks and later was named the fifth head softball coach in the fall of 1984. She recorded a 189-152-2 overall record in five seasons at the helm, and in her final season guided the Mavs to a first-place finish with a 34-19 overall record.

Mike Barnes lettered three years for the Arlington State Rebels while leading the team in interceptions in 1965 and 1966. His 13 career interceptions are a school record. Barnes competed in the 1966 Senior Bowl and was an All-SLC defensive selection. He was a 4th round draft pick by the St. Louis Cardinals in 1966.

Jeff Burrow helped lead the Mavericks to their first SLC championship in 1990 as a starting right-handed pitcher. Burrow owns four all-time career records, including wins (27), innings (333.0), complete games (25) and starts (51). He signed a free agent contact with the Chicago White Sox in 1991.

Jenny Hockett was a nine-time Southland Conference champion and holds school records in the long jump and 55-meters while being a member of UTA’s best-ever 400 relay team. In 1993 she became UTA’s first AllAmerican woman to participate at the U.S. Olympic Festival in San Antonio.

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Name ________________Classification ______________ Inducted Willie Thomas ______________ FB ______________________1994 Don Easterling _________ SWIM Coach __________________1993 L.R. “Dink” Ford _____________MBB ______________________1993 Charlie Key ______________FB Coach ____________________1993 Gene Schrickel _____________MBB ______________________1993 H.A.D. “Hoss” Dunsworth_____S-A, Coach, Supporter ________________1992 Trey Hillman _____________ Baseball ____________________1992 Ric Nesbit ________________ SWIM _____________________1992 Bruce Tibbets ______________MBB ______________________1992 Al Culton __________________MBB ______________________1991 James G. “Klepto” Holmes____ FB, MBB, BSB ___________________1991 Gilbert Smith _______________TF_______________________1991 Wayne Coble ______________ FB, TF _____________________1990 Dale Drennan _______________TF_______________________1990 Carl Knox _______________MBB, TN, FB ___________________1990 Skip Butler_________________ FB ______________________1989 Theresa Frederick ___________ VB ______________________1989 Howard Payne Shannon _____BSB, TF _____________________1989 Roy Dewalt ________________ FB ______________________1988 Bobby Lane ____________ A-T, TF Coach __________________1988 Tom Tinker ___________ MBB Coach, AD _________________1988 Mike Baylor ________________ FB ______________________1987 Jody Conradt ________ VB, WBB, SB Coach ________________1987 Derrick Jensen _____________ FB ______________________1987 John Schnable _____________ FB ______________________1987 Dexter Bussey ______________ FB ______________________1985 Calvin Lee _________________ FB ______________________1985 Doug Russell ______________ SWIM _____________________1985 Chena Gilstrap _________ FB Coach, AD __________________1984 TEAMS 1977 Softball Team ____________________________________2008 1990-92 Men’s Track and Field Teams _____________________2007 1967, 68 Men’s Swimming and Diving Teams _______________2006 1995 Women’s Track and Field Teams _____________________2005 1980-81 Men’s Basketball Team 2005 1966, 67 Football Teams ________________________________2004 1998 Volleyball Team __________________________________2003 1989 Volleyball Team __________________________________2003 1956, 57 Football Teams ________________________________2003

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Name ________________Classification ______________ Inducted Rayla Allison _______________ SB ______________________2009 Mike Barnes _______________ FB ______________________2009 Jeff Burrow ________________ BSB ______________________2009 Jenny Hockett _______________TF_______________________2009 Gary Lewis_________________ FB ______________________2008 Heather Hoy-Martin _________ VB ______________________2008 Dr. Bill Reeves __________ MBB/Admin. __________________2008 Errol Byles __________________TF_______________________2007 Bob Diem _________________ FB ______________________2007 Theresa Noggler-Fangman __________ VB ______________________2007 Tom Beasley ___________ FB/BSB Coach __________________2006 Paul Renfro ________________MBB ______________________2006 B.G. Wilson ________________ BSB ______________________2006 Brenda Woodard____________ SB ______________________2006 Scotty Caldwell _____________ FB ______________________2005 Gwen Clardy-Ross____________TF_______________________2005 Christina Rudiger ___________ VB ______________________2005 Marvin “Butch” McBroom ___ BSB Coach/Admin. _________________2004 Carolyn Smith ______________WBB ______________________2004 Robert Willbanks ___________ FB ______________________2004 Ronald Hancock _____________TF_______________________2003 Eva Jonsson ________________TF_______________________2003 Justin Rowland ______________TF_______________________2003 Shawn Sweeten ____________ VB ______________________2003 Bruce Collie ________________ FB ______________________2002 Angela Nelson-Martinez ______TF_______________________2002 Ralph McPherson ___________MBB ______________________2002 Mike Nau __________________MBB ______________________2002 Fred Arnold ________________ FB ______________________2001 Ron Barnett _______________FB, BSB_____________________2001 Allen Lowes_______________ TF/FB _____________________2001 Katie Weismiller ____________ VB ______________________2001 Lisa Austin __________________TF_______________________2000 Dick Hill ___________________ FB ______________________2000 Monte Stratton ___________ TF Coach ____________________2000 Jimmy Thomas _____________ FB ______________________2000 Ana de Oliveira _____________ VB ______________________1999 Howard Prager _____________ BSB ______________________1999 Glen Throckmorton _________ FB ______________________1999 Larry Dowler ______________ SWIM _____________________1998 Danny Griffin_______________ FB ______________________1998 Brenda Marshall ____________ SB ______________________1998 Willie Brand ________________MBB ______________________1997 Mark Cannon ______________ FB ______________________1997 Lisa Love ________________VB Coach ____________________1997 Joel McCray_________________TF_______________________1997 Ken Ozee __________________ FB ______________________1997 Eddie Stallings _____________MBB ______________________1997 Sara Massey-Bontke __________TF_______________________1996 Paul “Cotton” Mitchell ________MBB ______________________1996 McClinton Neal ______________TF_______________________1996 Cliff Odom_________________ FB ______________________1996 Judd Ramsey_______________ FB ______________________1996 Mary Ridgway ____________VB Coach ____________________1996 Randy Thorpe ____________ Baseball ____________________1996 Burley Bearden ___________FB Coach ____________________1994 Sansiski Daniels _____________TF_______________________1994 Kathy Gunter-Stanfield______VB, WBB, TF, SB __________________1994

AD - Athletics Director Admin. - Administration A-T - Athletic Training BSB - Baseball FB - Football MBB - Men’s Basketball S-A - Student Athlete SB - Softball SWIM - Swimming TF - Track and Field TN - Tennis VB - Volleyball

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KAREN BORTA News Anchor KTVT-11 Dallas

CHRIS CAGLE Country Music Singer

KALPANA CHAWLA Aerospace Engineer Space Shuttle Columbia

GEN. TOMMY FRANKS Retired General United State Army

TREY HILLMAN Former MLB Manager Kansas City Royals

HUNTER PENCE MLB Player Houston Astros

LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS Actor

ROYCE WEST State of Texas Senator

Keith Alcorn, actor Jimmy Neutron Lillie Biggins, Vice President for Operations - Harris Methodist Hospital, Fort Worth Karen Borta, news anchor, KTVT - Channel 11, Dallas Theron Bowman, Chief of Police, City of Arlington Chris Cagle, Country music singer Brian Chase, NASA’s Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs Kalpana Chawla, aerospace engineer, Mission Specialist, Space Shuttle Columbia Gen. Tommy Franks, retired General, United States Army Ralph Hawkins, architecture Trey Hillman, Kansas City Royals Manager David Kunkle, Police Chief, City of Dallas Ralph Mendoza, Chief of Police, City of Fort Worth Hunter Pence, Houston Astros Outfielder Lou Diamond Phillips, actor Phil Porter, 18-year Volunteer Social Worker for the AISD Venture School Roland Pryor, Harvard University, Assistant Professor, Economics Vasudev Rangadass, CEO of Net.Orange Gary Trietsch, Houston District Engineer for Texas Department of Transportation Kelcy Warren, CEO and Chairman of the Board for Energy Transfer Partners, LP David Webster, President and CEO of Kinro Corporation Royce West, State of Texas Senator Jim Wilkinson, Senior Advisor to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice Roy L. Williams, Chief Scout Executive, Boy Scouts of America Morgan Woodward, actor Trey Yelverton, City of Arlington Deputy City Manager for Economic Development

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AMANDA McMAHON NINE-TIME POINT-SCORER SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

BRITTANY CULBERTSON 2010 NCAA QUALIFIER

ESTHER ABUTO 800M - RUNNER-UP 2010 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS


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Indoor Season DATE MEET LOCATION Sat., Jan. 15 Texas A&M Invitational College Station, TX Sat., Jan. 22 Oklahoma Sooner Open I Norman, OK Fri-Sat., Jan. 28-29 Houston Invitational Houston, TX Fri.-Sat., Feb. 4-5 Wichita St./UTA Dual Meet Wichita, KS Thurs.-Sat., Feb. 10-12 Iowa State Classic Ames, IA Fri.-Sat., Feb. 25-26 Southland Conference Championships TBA Fri.-Sun., Mar. 11-13 NCAA Championships College Station Outdoor Season DATE MEET LOCATION Sat., Mar. 19 Horned Frog Invitational Fort Worth, TX Sat. Mar. 26 Mean Green Invitational Denton, TX Fri.-Sat., Apr. 1-2 Bobby Lane Invitational Arlington, TX Wed.-Sat., Apr. 6-9 Texas Relays Austin, TX Thurs.-Fri., Apr. 14-15 Mt. Sac Invitational Walnut, CA Sat., Apr. 16 Northwestern State Invitational Natchitoches, LA Sat., Apr. 23 Baylor Invitational Waco, TX Thurs.-Sat., Apr. 28-30 Drake Relays Des Moines, IA Sun., May 1 Houston Invitational Houston, TX Fri.-Sun., May 13-15 Southland Conference Championships Natchitoches, LA Fri.-Sat., May 27-28 NCAA (1st Round) Eugene, OR

DWIGHT ROBINSON 2010 TWO-TIME SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPION IN 800M

MEGAN TURNER 2010 NCAA QUALIFER


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