|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|
|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|
|Second Best Time||-||-||-||-||-||54.56||2:02.17||-||4:39.84||-||-||-||16:59.00||-|
|Hand||Bench Press (max)||Wingspan||Vertical jump|
Committed to reaching new goals!
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.
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.
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.
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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