OUTDOOR: USTFCCCA Second Team All-American in the heptathlon ... earned 14th place in the heptathlon at the NCAA Championships with a huge personal best of 5,562 points to remain third-best in school history ... recorded personal bests in the 100-meter hurdles (13.77), 200 meters (24.90), long jump (18-11.25) and javelin (141-6) at the NCAA Championships ... her javelin throw was fourth-best out of the 24 heptathletes and her 800-meter run of 2:17.76 was eighth-best ... she moved up to fifth place in school history in the javelin and sixth in the 100 hurdles ... placed fourth in the heptathlon at the SEC Championships with a then-personal best of 5,397, highlighted by a then-best long jump of 18-6.5 ... her javelin throw of 125-1 was third-best among SEC heptathletes ... runner-up in the heptathlon and first among collegians at the Drake Relays with a then-personal best score of 5,324, including a PR in the 200 (2:16.51) ... finished third in the hep at the Ole Miss Invitational (5,205) ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... USTFCCCA All-Academic.
INDOOR: Overcame injuries in the early part of the season to compete at the SEC Championships and place 12th in the pentathlon with a personal-best score of 3,587 that ranks her fifth-best in school history ... posted a PR in the high jump (5-5.25) during the SEC pentathlon.
OUTDOOR: Competed in six different events throughout the season ... placed 11th in the javelin (121-10) at the SEC Championships ... recorded a personal-best javelin throw of 129-11 to place seventh at the Mississippi Open ... member of the 4x100 shuttle hurdle relay that set a school record with a time of 56.96 and a fourth-place finish at the Florida Relays ... season-best high jump of 4-11.75 at the Rhodes Open ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
INDOOR: Earned 10th place in the pentathlon at the SEC Championships with a score of 3,537 points, which ranks her sixth-best in school history ... at the SEC meet, achieved indoor personal bests in the 60-meter hurdles (8.91) and high jump (5-3.25) ... had a season-best long jump of 16-7.75 at the Rod McCravy Memorial.
OUTDOOR: Finished sixth in the heptathlon at the USA Junior Championships ... came in sixth in the heptathlon at the SEC Championships, compiling a career-high 5,195 points-ranking her fourth in school history-setting personal-best marks in the 100 meter hurdles (14.05), 200 meters (25.07), long jump (17-02.00), javelin thorw (121-10.00) and 800 meters (2:20.43) ... finished second in the heptathlon at the Mississippi Open with 5,072 points, posting personal-bests in the high jump (5-05.00) and shot put (33-06.00) ... finished third in the 100 meter hurdles and 200 meter dash at the Memphis Tiger Invitational ... personal-best mark of 10-10.00 in the pole vault at the Auburn War Eagle Invitational, ranking her third best in school history in the event ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
INDOOR: Tallied a career-high 3,465 points in the pentathlon at the SEC Championships, posting personal-bests in the 60 meter hurdles (9.05), long jump (16-09.25), shot put (30-02.25), high jump (5-02.25), and 600 meters (2:22.72) ... personal-best mark of 10-10.25 in the pole vault, ranking her third in the event in school history.
BEFORE OLE MISS: Lettered four years in track and field and one in cross country ... recorded a personal best of 11-07.25 in the pole vault ... holds the 6A Alabama state record for pole vault ... named track captain in 2010 ... named MVP junior and senior year ... recipient of the Hal Moore Leadership Award.
PERSONAL: Born April 22, 1992 ... daughter of Hugh and Sandra Nall ... father played football at Georgia and has coached at Ole Miss and Auburn ... chose Ole Miss over Georgia Tech and Tulane ... 2013-14 Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
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