Haley Sanner
Position: Sprints/Hurdles
Year: Junior
Hometown: San Bernardino, Calif.
High School: Cajon HS
Experience: 2 Years


2014 Indoors: Competed at six meets for the Lobos … Opened with a pair of 13th-place times at the Lobo Collegiate Invitational, finishing in the 60 meters in 7.94* and the 200 in 25.39* … Took eighth in the 60 hurdles at the New Mexico Team Invitational, finishing in 9.31* … Ran her first 400 at the New Mexico Classic, placing seventh with a time of 57.50* … Scored in the 400 at the Mountain West Indoor Championships, placing eighth with a time of 58.38* … Also saw action with New Mexico's relay teams, helping the Lobos 4x400 team to strong results at the New Mexico Classic (seventh place), Don Kirby Elite Invitational (eighth) and MW Championships (eighth).

2014 Outdoors: Ran at eight meets, emerging as the Lobos' top threat in the 400 meters … Started the season primarily in the 400 hurdles, placing seventh at the Jim Click Shootout (time of 1:04.22), 10th at the Beach Invitational (1:02.14) and fifth at the Brutus Hamilton Challenge (1:03.02) … Ran her first 400 meters at the Brutus Hamilton Challenge, placing fifth with a time of 56.06, only to improve on the that a week later with a third-place time (and personal best) of 55.04* … Took runner-up honors in the 400 at the Mountain West Outdoor Championships with a 55.25* time … Ran extensively with the Lobos' relay teams, seeing time in both the 4x100 and 4x400 … UNM's 4x1 team never finished worse than seventh in six races including Sanner, with a win at the Beach Invitational and a fourth-place finish at the MW Championships … The 4x4 team captured second at the Don Kirby Tailwind Invitational and fifth at the MW meet.

2013 Indoors: Competed at five meets, largely in the 400-meter dash ... Opened with a time of 1:00.92* in the 400 at the Lumberjack Team Challenge, placing 13th ... Placed 38th in 400 (1:02.12*) at the Cherry & Silver Invitational ... Ran a 1:01.03* quartermile at the New Mexico Invitational to finish 22nd ... Broke the minute mark at the New Mexico Classic, finishing 21st with a 59.43* clocking ... Also ran the 200 at the New Mexico Classic, finishing in 25.67* to place 13th ... Set a new personal record at the Don Kirby Open, finishing in 59.39* to place 25th.

2013 Outdoors: Saw action at five meets, including the conference championships ... Opened in the 100 and 200 at the UTEP Springtime Invitational, placing 14th in the 100 (wind-aided 12.21*) and 11th in the 200 (25.63*) ... Posted a time of 15.50* in the 100 hurdles at the Air Force Triangular, placing fourth ... Ran the 400 hurdles for the remainder of the season, starting at the Don Kirby Tailwind Invitational (2nd, 1:03*), then the Air Force Triangular (1st, 1:03.43*), then the Beach Invitational (36th, 1:03.53) and finally the Mountain West Championships (12th, 1:03.30).


2012 graduate of Cajon (Calif.) HS, where she lettered in soccer, track & field and cross-country ... Was named Athlete of the Year at Cajon High School ... Won the 300-meter hurdles at the CIF Southern Section Division 2 Prelims & Finals with a season-best time of 44.11 ... Also took third in the 100 hurdles at that meet, clocking a personal-record 14.60 ... Won both hurdle events at the San Andreas League Finals, while also taking second in the 100 ... At the 2012 CIF Southern Section Masters Meet, nabbed ninth in both hurdles ... Claimed a victory in the 300 hurdles at the CIF-SS Division Finals in 2011 with a personal-best time of 43.14.


Full names is Haley Kerstin Sanner ... Daughter of Brian and Kerstin Sanner ... Has one sister, Kaitlin ... Lists reading, running, hanging out and sleeping as hobbies ... Favorite food is chicken and mashed potatoes ... Lists college majors as German and communications.


60 meters: 7.94*
200 meters: 25.20*
400 meters: 56.92*
60 hurdles: 9.31*

100 meters: 11.94*
200 meters: 25.03*
400 meters: 55.04*
100 hurdles: 15.50*
400 hurdles: 1:02.14


• All-Mountain West Outdoor Team, 2014 (400 meters)
• Academic All-Mountain West, 2014

* indicates a performance that has been adjusted based on the NCAA altitude conversion protocol