|Club||Robert Davis||Alta Track Club||Las Vegas||NV|
|High School||Robert Davis|
|Best Time||Course Name||Location||Exact Distance||Description|
|3 miles Time||18.32||Seaview League Varsity Finals||Irvine Regional Park||3 miles||Flat and hilly. Dirt, grass, and gravel surfaces.|
|5,000m Time||21:20.00||Nike Southwest Regionals||Casa Grande, AZ||5000 m||Hilly. Rocky. Higher altitude.|
Fall 2015-Lettered in Varsity Cross Country as a Freshman. One of seven Varsity letters received for all female runners. There were 86 female runners on the ANHS girls Cross country team. Awarded 2015-2016 ANHS Girl's Cross country "Top Newcomer" Award.
Fall 2016-Received second Varsity letter in Cross Country as a Sophomore. One of five Varsity letter winners for all 70 female Cross Country runners at ANHS. Recipient of Scholar Athlete Award for 4.4 GPA. Received ANHS "Most Valuable Runner" Award for 2016-2017 Season.
Fall 2017- Selected to Palo Verde High School Girl's Varsity Cross Country team after finishing first place in tryouts. Has led team to top three finishes in all league and non-league meets to date.
Led Palo Verde High School to first place team finish and 3rd place overall finish at August 30, 2017 league meet. Led team to Nevada State Cross Country Championships in Reno, NV on November 4, 2017. Received Varsity letter on 11/15/17.
Fall 2018-team captain. Finished third on October 13, 2018 in the Southern Division Finals. Led Palo Verde to Nevada Southern Regionals.
Current meet results:
Qualified and participated in State of California CIF Southern Sectional Preliminary Varsity State Championships.
Led Palo Verde H.S. to 2017 Nevada State Cross Country Championships.
|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||-||-||-||-||-||-||2.38||-||5.23||-||-||11.47||-||-|
Varsity team member and lettered in both 2016 and 2017. Named long distance underclass captain as a freshman. Led Aliso Niguel High School team in every varsity long distance event during freshman season.
Currently on top ten lists for fastest 1600m and 3200m times in Aliso Niguel High School history.
Qualified and competed in the Sea View League Varsity Championships in 800m, 1600m, and 3200m.
Spring 2017 Varsity award winner. One of top runners in league in Long Distance events.
Spring 2016 Varsity award winner (800m, 1600m and 3200m events).
2016 Aliso Niguel High School Distance "Athlete of the Year" Award Recipient.
National Honor Society Member.
AP college credits.
Active in charity and volunteer work.
I hope to be recruited to run in college because I enjoy the personal and team commitment that it brings. Not only am I accountable to myself during a race, but to my teammates. Running in high school has helped me to develop a greater sense of perseverance and maturity, and I hope to continue this in college.
This year, my varsity team had two freshmen and a sophomore. I was given the opportunity to give advice and stories from my experience as a freshman on varsity. I believe that leadership on a team goes beyond the captains and is channeled by one-on-one teammate relationships. I was able to help lead my three younger teammates in terms of form, racing strategy, and goal setting. One of my best experiences with leadership was my time as club president of my school's Students for Literacy Club. I started the club as a way to raise funds and raise awareness for local and national illiteracy rates. By managing other club officers, meetings, and fund raisers, I developed a greater degree of responsibility and confidence in my ability to oversee others.
A belief that both my coach and I hold in all aspects of running is that health and physical wellness must come first. I refrain from overtraining during practice or surpassing my physical limits while weight training. I've learned that knowing one's personal signs of illness and injury is extremely important. I have had shin splints in the past and had to adjust my form and training accordingly. Another important aspect of health for an athlete is refraining from any and all substance abuse and physically dangerous activities. I've found that the commitment to our team has caused both my teammates and I to lead healthier and safer lifestyles.
I am part of my school's National Honor Society, which gives me opportunities to volunteer in local schools and nonprofit organizations. I am also a part of an organization called Student to Student that helps foreign exchange students to adjust. Most of my volunteer work has been targeted at tutoring and student assistance, as I enjoy helping younger children to learn and succeed. I have also spent a considerable amount of time volunteering at my church and other charity events.