|Best Time||Course Name||Location||Exact Distance||Description|
|3 miles Time||21:17.00||SWSC Conference||Lockport||-||Golf Course|
2 different Athletic Awards, Fresh/Soph all conference 2018, Gutsy Knight Running Award, Joliet Central Invite 2018 18th Place, Thornton CC F/S 21st place 2019, Will County 2019 20th place, Rich Dust Invite 21st place, SWSC Conference FOURTH place 2018-19.
|55 HRDL||55||60 HRDL||60||100||200||300||400||500||600||800||1,000||1,200||1,500||1 Mi||3,000||2 Mi||5,000|
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|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|
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SWSC CONFERENCE Fourth place 2017-18 3200m relay
2017-2018 Track Sportsmanship Award Lincoln Way Central High School, SWSC Conference champions 2019, Athletic Award 19, 3RD place 1600m SWSC Conference, SWSC Conference 3200m relay 2nd place, 3200m relay 1st place Charger Invite, Freshmen SWSC CONFERENCE 1st Place 1600m, Charger Invite 800m 2nd place, 3200m relay SECTIONAL 4th Place, MCHS Invite 3200m relay 2nd Place 2018.
Running has always been one of the most important things in my life. When I run, I find that I am most at peace with myself. I have enjoyed running since elementary school. I have aspirations to continue running in college while pursuing my college degree.
I have demonstrated leadership in both in and out of sports. While in cross-country and track I lead my group in stretches and strengthening workouts during our conditioning camps. I have to demonstrate and show the new runners how to properly do the workouts to get the best results. Off the course I led a mass letter that I wrote to a nursing home during the COVID crisis. I was a leader in this role because I gathered all the personal accounts and quotations from my fellow student body, and formatted a letter to send to the nursing home to lift the spirits of the residents.
My idea of a healthy athletic performance is not strictly based off of the times of a runner. I believe that in order for an athlete to fully reach their full performance potential they must be able to balance what life gives them, and adapt to unexpected changes in their life. Also, a healthy athletic performance can be seen in someone who can balance their physical and mental health as well as their academic life too. That is my ideal way of pursuing my “healthy athletic performance” as a student-athlete.
I have volunteered at the Chicago Ridge Public Library and the Chicago Marathon, as well as other small organizations. I have also taken time during quarantine to communicate and write letters to elderly people in nursing homes as a form of communication because with Corona many of them cannot see their families and are lonely. These efforts are important because I was raised to give even if I won’t get anything out of it and that is also why I am a successful runner because I always give my best in what I do no matter the outcome.
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