OUTDOOR: Participated in the long jump and javelin throw at the NCAA East Regional ... finished eighth in the heptathlon (4,885 points) and sixth in the javelin throw (138-6) at the SEC Championships ... won the heptathlon at the Mississippi Open with a career-high 5,290 points-ranking her second best in school history in that category-also set a personal-best mark in the javelin throw with a distance of 144-9 at the Mississippi Open, which also ranks her second in school history ... helped the 4x100 meter relay team to first-place finishes at the Rhodes Open and Ole Miss Invitational ... finished second in the long jump at the Florida Relays and the Ole Miss Invitational and fourth at the Rhodes Open.
INDOOR: Scored a personal-best 3,539 points in the pentathlon at the SEC Championships while also recording personal bests in the long jump (19-06.25) and shot put (37-07.75) ... her pentathlon performance at the SEC Championships ranks her fifth best in school history ... posted a personal-best of 5-03.75 in the high jump at the Arkansas State Kickoff Klassic.
OUTDOOR: Competed in the heptathlon at the USA Junior Championships, finishing sixth with 4,815 points ... participated in the long jump at the NCAA East Regional ... placed third in the long jump at the SEC Championships with a leap of 20-05.25 ... named SEC All-Freshman in the long jump ... finished seventh in the heptathlon at the SECs with a personal-best 5,070 points, which ranks her third in school history ... set the SEC record with a long jump of 20-10.50 within the heptathlon, which also ranks her third in the long jump in school history ... ran a personal-best 14.67 in the 100 meter hurdles at SECs ... finished third in the pentathlon at the Ole Miss Invitational (5,052 points), claiming personal bests in the 200 (25.28), high jump (5-03.00) and 800 (2:33.80).
INDOOR: Scored a personal-best 3,407 points in the heptathlon to finish 11th at the SEC Championships and ranking her fifth in school history in the event ... finished ninth in the long jump with a personal-best distance of 19-02.75 ... also recorded personal bests of 9.22 in the 60 meter hurdles, 2:39.63 in the 800 and 5-00.50 in the high jump at SECs ... personal-best time of 26.14 in the 200 at the Meyo Invitational ... personal-best throw of 31-01.25 in the shot put at the Razorback Invitational, while finishing eighth in the pentathlon (3,059 points).
BEFORE OLE MISS: Lettered in track as a sprinter and jumper at Rancho Verde High School under head coach Chris Drescher ... owns a school record mark of 19-07.00 in the long jump ... holds a school record time of 45.74 in the 4x100 meter relay ... earned a school record time of 3:44.02 in the 4x400 meter relay ... owns a personal best of 24.40 in the 200 meters ... recorded a top time of 56.70 in the 400 meters ... has a top time of 2:26 in the 800 meters ... owns a top mark of 38-01.00 in the triple jump ... helped the Mustangs to a state championship in the 4x100 relay ... was a member of the 4x100 meter relay team that was crowned California State Champion ... was the long jump champion in the first division at the California Interscholastic Federation Meet ... was also a member of the 4x100 meter relay team that was the first division champion at the California Interscholastic Federation for three consecutive years ... MVP and leading scorer of her school's basketball team.
PERSONAL: Born March 28, 1991 ... daughter of Valeria Chatman and Rudolph Bozeman ... older brother Cedric played basketball at UCLA ... chose Ole Miss over Arizona State, Auburn, Virginia and UCLA, among others.
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