Rebels Claim Five Victories, Four Facility Records, Two School Records in Nashville
AT OLE MISS (2013-14):
CROSS COUNTRY: Ran in five meets ... placed 101st at the NCAA South Region Championships (6K time of 21:33.40) ... finished third on the team and 44th overall at the Commodore Classic (5K time of 18:17.49) ... finished third on the team and 14th overall while helping Ole Miss to a third-place showing at the Brooks Memphis Twilight Classic (5K time of 18:44.07).
OUTDOOR: Ran the 5,000 meters at the Ole Miss Open, placing third in 18:56.40 ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
INDOOR: Competed in the mile at three meets ... posted a season-best time of 5:09.95 at the Auburn Invitational.
CROSS COUNTRY: Ran in two meets ... placed 95th at the SEC Championships (6K time of 23:17.71) ... finished 50th at the Brooks Memphis Twilight Classic (5K time of 20:12.67).
BEFORE OLE MISS: Attended two high schools, Newsome High (freshman, sophomore) and H.B. Plant High (junior, senior) ... lettered in soccer and track at Newsome and cross country, soccer and track at Plant ... as a junior, placed sixth at the FHSAA Class 4A Cross Country Championships, helping Plant to the state title ... placed 12th as a senior and helped Plant to a runner-up state finish ... placed fourth in the mile at the state meet her senior year ... as a junior, helped Plant's 4x800 relay team to a state runner-up finish and sixth-best time in the nation ... broke Newsome's school record in the 800 (2:18) and Plant's 800 record (2:16) ... personal bests of 2:16 in the 800 and 5:04 in the 1,600 ... participated in the state-runner up soccer team at Newsome ... played on club soccer teams that went to the state final four and elite eight.
PERSONAL: Born Feb. 15, 1995 ... daughter of Rusty and Mari Fox ... father played baseball at the University of South Carolina ... honor graduate ... would like to pursue a broadcasting career.
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