Jannell Hadnot
Position: Jumps
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Loki, Calif.
High School: Tokay HS
Experience: 1 Year


2014 Indoors: Competed at five meets, mostly in the horizontal jumps … Opened the season with a seventh-place distance of 18-5 (5.61 meters) in the long jump at the Lobo Collegiate Invitational … First action in the triple jump came at the Cherry & Silver Invitational, where she placed sixth with a leap of 41-8 (12.70) … Competed in both jumps at the next three meets, starting at the New Mexico Team Invitational with a 14th-place mark of 18-6 (5.64) in the long jump and a second-place mark of 42-3 ½ (12.89) in the triple jump … Took 12th in the long jump (18-9/5.71) and seventh in the triple jump (41-8/12.70) at the Don Kirby Elite Invitational … Scored in both jumps at the Mountain West Indoor Championships, placing eighth in the long jump (19-3 ¼/5.87) and third in the triple jump (41-1 ¾/12.54).

2014 Outdoors: Saw action at eight meets … Opened the season with a leap of 40-2 (12.24) in the triple jump at the Texas Relays, placing 12th … Won the event at the Beach Invitational, leaping 40-6 ¾ (12.36) … Took second at the Brutus Hamilton Challenge with a leap of 39-11 ¼ (12.17) before winning the event at the Don Kirby Tailwind Invitational with a mark of 42 ¾ (12.82) … Took fourth in the triple jump at the Mountain West Outdoor Championships, leaping 40-7 ¾ (12.39) … Advanced to the NCAA West Preliminary Round in the triple jump, where she just missed qualifying to the NCAA Championships with the 15th-place mark of 41-6 (12.65) ... Competed in the long jump three times, including 18-5 ¼ (5.62) at the Jim Click Shootout, 17-5 ½ (5.32) at the Brutus Hamilton Open and 17-8 ¾ (5.40) at the MW Championships.


Won the triple jump at least a dozen times her senior year ... Also claimed victory the long jump at least another six times ... Triple jump victories her senior year include (among others): CIF-SJS Division 1 Trials (distance of 41-2), CIF-SJS Masters Meet Trials (40-7 3/4) and Stanford Invitational (39-6) ... Took the long jump title at the CIF-SJS Division 1 Finals her senior year (18-5 3/4) ... Owns a personal best in the triple jump of 41-2 1/4, set in a runner-up performance at the 2013 Sacramento Meet of Champions ... She ranked top-five in the nation for high schoolers with her PR in the triple jump.


Long Jump: 18-9 3/4 (5.73m)
Triple Jump: 42-3 1/2 (12.89m)


• All-Mountain West Indoor Team, 2014 (Triple Jump)
• Academic All-Mountain West, 2014
• USTFCCCA All-Academic Team, 2014

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