Ole Miss Will Have Athletes Competing In 23 Events In Jacksonville
AT OLE MISS (2007-11):
OUTDOOR: Did not compete in the outdoor season due to injury.
INDOOR: Competed in the long jump in the Arkansas State Kickoff Klassic and the Arkansas Invitational before injuring her ACL ... Recorded a season-best long jump of 19-05.50 at the Arkansas Invitational ... USTFCCCA All-Academic ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges.
OUTDOOR: Placed seventh in the long jump at the SEC Championships with a season-best mark of 19-11.50 ... competed in the long jump at the NCAA East Regional ... jumped 19-08.25 to place third at the Ole Miss Invitational ... season-best triple jump of 38-04.25 at the Ole Miss Invitational ... SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
INDOOR: Captured a runner-up finish in the long jump at the SEC Championships with an NCAA provisional mark of 20-01.75 that ranks her fifth in school history ... earned All-SEC second-team honors in the long jump ... placed third in the long jump at the Razorback Invitational with a leap of 20-01.50 ... won the long jump title at the Arkansas Invitational and Arkansas State Kickoff Klassic ... posted a personal-best triple jump of 40-01.50 at the Meyo Invitational.
OUTDOOR: Named to the SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll ... won the individual title at the Rhodes Invitational with a distance of 18-09.25 in the long jump ... placed eighth in the long jump with a mark of 19-00.50 at the SEC Outdoor Championships ... finished in second place in the long jump at the Alabama Relays with a distance of 19-04.75 ... also placed second in the triple jump at the Alabama Relays with a mark of 39-11.50 ... finished in second place in the long jump (19-04.75) and third in the triple jump (39-06.00) at the LSU Alumni Gold meet ... won the individual title in the long jump at the Mississippi Open with a distance of 20-02.50 ... placed eighth in both the long jump (18-10.75) and the triple jump (39-10.00) at the Drake Relays.
INDOOR: Posted a second place showing at the Arkansas Invitational in the long jump with a distance of 19-02.50 ... finished in ninth place at the SEC Indoor Championships in both the long jump and the triple jump.
OUTDOOR: Named to the SEC Freshman Honor Roll ... selected as a member of the SEC Outdoor All-Freshman Team ... leaped a distance of 18-00.00 in the long jump on her way to a fifth place finish at the Arkansas State Kickoff Classic ... finished in 10th place in the triple jump with a mark of 37-05.00 at the Arkansas Invitational ... jumped 19-01.50 in the long jump and 38-05.00 in the triple jump at the SEC Indoor Championships ... leaped 19-00.50 in the long jump and 38-04.75 in the triple jump at the Mississippi Open ... member of the Rebel 3.0 Club.
BEFORE OLE MISS: Holds high school personal best marks of 19'11.75" in the long jump and 38'10" in the triple jump ... was state champion in the long jump as a junior ... had knee surgery and did not compete as a senior.
PERSONAL: Born Oct. 4, 1988 ... daughter of Ernie and Annie Jenkins ... 2010-11 Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
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