Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Coach Ed McCloyen - Lewisville -
Cross Country
Best Time Course Name Location Exact Distance Description
3 miles Time 16:01.00 TX 6A Regional XC Course Lubbock, TX 3 Miles Race
5,000m Time 16:46.00 UIL 6A District 6 - 5K Denton, TX 3.1 Mile Race
Cross Country Honors

Qualified for and participated in the 2014 USATF Junior Olympic XC National Championships (Albuquerque, NM - 9/10 Age Group).

Won the 2015 CSAF Cross Country Championship meet and set a new conference record as a 6th grader (10 Years Old).

Won the 2016 Lewisville Independent School District XC Championship (7th Grade / Lewisville, TX).

Qualified for and participated in the 2016 USATF XC Junior Olympic Championships (Hoover, AL - 11/12 Age Group).

Finished 2nd in the 2017 Lewisville Independent School District XC Championship (8th Grade / Lewisville, TX).

Placed 3rd in the 2017 USATF Junior Olympic XC Region 18 qualifier for Nationals (13/14 Age Group).

Selected to run varsity in opening meet of 2018 XC season as a Freshman. Finished 63rd overall and 1st on the Marcus open varsity team at the 6A High School Marcus Invitational.

Named "Athlete of the Week" in week 2.

The only male freshman to make the Marcus High varsity XC team that qualified for UIL District and Regional state meets.

Voted Freshman Male XC Athlete of the Year Award for Flower Mound Marcus High School

Earned a returning place on the varsity XC team as a sophomore at Marcus High School.

Ranked in the top 500 fastest sophomore XC times at the start of the 2019 XC season by Milesplit.com

Set new PR's in the 3 mile and 5K at the district and regional qualifying meets (UIL 6A)

outdoor
100 HRDL 100 110 HRDL 200 400 HRDL 400 800 1,500 1,600 3,000 STPL 3,000 3,200 5,000 10,000
Best Time - - - - - 54.20 1:59.09 - 4:30.78 - - - 16:46.00 -
Second Best Time - - - - - 54.56 2:02.17 - 4:39.84 - - - 16:59.00 -
Outdoor Honors

Qualified to participate in the 2013 TAAF Summer Games of Texas (9/10 age group/High jump).

Won the both the 800 and 1,600 meters at the 2015 CSAF Regional Championship Meet against 7th Graders while still in the 6th Grade.

Qualified for and participated in the 2015 AAU Track & Field National Championship (Humble, TX).

Ran in the CSAF Junior High Regional Championship Meet as a 6th Grader against 7th and 8th Graders. Got 4th in the Region in the 800 Meters with a time of 2:22 and 2nd in the 1,600 Meters with a time of 5:35.

Qualified for and finished 3rd (Bronze Medal Winner) at the 2016 TAAF Summer Games of Texas (11/12 age group/800 Meters/McAllen, TX).

Won the 400 and 800 meters and got 3rd in the 1,600 at the 2017 Lewisville Independent School Track & Field District Championship meet in Flower Mound, TX.

Finished 2nd (Silver Medal Winner) in both the 800 and 1,500 meters at the 2017 AAU West Coast Junior Olympic National Championship meet in Downey, CA.

Qualified for the 2017 TAAF Summer Games of Texas in the 1,600 and 800 meters (Age group 13/14). Ran a new PR in both events and ended the 2017 outdoor season ranked top 5 in Texas in the 1,600 and top 7 in the 800.

Won the 400 and 800 meters at the 2018 Lewisville Independent School Track & Field District Championship meet in Flower Mound, TX.

Won the 2018 TAAF Region 4 qualifier mile with a time of 4:47. Ran a 2:10 800 Meters 30 minutes later placing second overall.

Qualified to participate in the 2018 TAAF Summer Games of Texas in College Station, Texas. Set a new PR in the mile and the 800 meters. Placed 6th in the mile and 3rd in the 800, earning the bronze medal and a bid to the Games of America in 2019.

Freshman season of track, running varsity DMR, 800, 1,200 and 1,600 distances. Multiple top 3 finishes in the DMR and most recently won my heat in the 1,600 at the Texas Distance Festival placing 121st out of 420+ high school milers overall.

Finished my Freshman season with a 3rd place finish at District in the 6A JV 800 Meters. Set a new PR of 2:04 in the 800 and 4:44 in the 1,600.

Won the 2019 TAAF Region 4 state qualifier 1,600 Meters (16 & Under Age Group) at 15 years of age. Placed 2nd in the 800 Meters.

Competed in the 2019 TAAF Summer Games of Texas. Placed 7th in the state, in the 1,600 Meters for the 16 & under age group at 15. Finished 8th overall in the 800 Meters.

Opened the 2020 Track & Field season with a PR in the 1,600 meters at the Mesquite Relays.

Physical Attributes
Hand Bench Press (max) Wingspan Vertical jump
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Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
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SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Marcus High School
School City
Flower Mound
School State
TX
Guidance Counselor
-
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
1500
School Size
6000
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
-
School Division
6A
Major Category
Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
Major
Business Administration/Management
Major Category
Undecided
Major
Undecided
Other Academic Information
National Junior Honor Society
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Personal


First Name
Jonathan
Last Name
Heath
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Gender
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Height
5'9"
Weight
125
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Personal Highlights
  • Good person

  • Good student

  • Committed to reaching new goals!

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

I want to continue to be a part of a team of student athletes that are all using their individual talents to work towards a common goal. Competing at the collegiate level will inspire me to set new goals and challenge me to be the best student athlete I can be.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

After winning District at my school, I've been asked to help student coach members of my XC and track team. I also help mentor other younger runners outside of school within my local running club.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

My parents have taught me that my academics are the priority. They have also taught me that balancing your academics, social and outside athletic activities takes organization and dedication. I've always been encouraged to set new goals and then work hard to achieve them. I approach both academics and athletics with the same commitment that I used to achieve a black belt at nine years old and I respect others that have this same work ethic.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I volunteer at church and charity events such as youth summer camp, The Dallas Susan G Komen - Race for the Cure, and local school events sponsored by the National Junior Honor Society. These events and others are important to me because my parents have taught me the bible verse which says, "To those much is given, much is expected" and they've encouraged me to give back in different ways as I can.

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