track & field
Track and field is a sport of guts — it's just you and the track – and that's why I love it so much. Mental toughness is just as important as your physical talent, as you push your body to its limits each and every time you toe the line. I've learned so many life lessons through the sport, and I attribute my confidence, time management, and drive to my time as a student-athlete.
As a member of the Oregon Track and Field team, one of the most prestigious programs in the country, I was able to train alongside NCAA champions and Olympians, putting myself in the best position to succeed. After a successful collegiate career, I reignited my training in 2020, and competed in five different states across various professional meets during the spring 2021 season. I also worked as a "rabbit" (pacer) for the top professional heats of the Stumptown Track Meet and McKenzie River Invitational.
No. 4 all-time mark in 400 hurdles at Oregon (58.27)
3rd in the 400-meter hurdles at the 2018 Pac-12 Championships
6th in the heptathlon at the 2018 Pac-12 Championships
Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention, 2017 & 2018
Oregon T&F "Most Inspirational" award recipient, 2018
MPSF All-Academic, 2017 & 2018
A new passion:
In 2022, I joined the Oregon Ravens, a women's tackle football team in the Women's National Football Conference (WNFC). In my first year playing women's tackle football, I was awarded "Rookie of the Year" for the Raven's and made the 2022 WNFC All-Pro team.
I am always up for a new challenge, and this has been just that - a challenge. From adjusting to a helmet and pads to learning an entire playbook, I have soaked up every moment. Football couldn't be more different from the sport of track and field, but as I enter my second season as a receiver, free safety and kicker for the Raven's, I am eager to improve and see my team live up to our potential.
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