Franklin's Lobos throw out another season of titles, accomplishments and classroom success
USTFCCCA Program of the Year recognizes the best DI cross country and track program
Awards banquet recognizes outstanding Lobo performances in the classroom
New Mexico has third-most honorees in MW
Ross Millington, UNM's top runner on the men's side, drops out ill and Lobo men tumble to 31st place
2011: Competed at six meets, emerging as a solid back-end option for the Lobos...Picked up a 20th-place finish at the Lobo Invitational with a 26:08.5 time...Placed 102nd and 198th at the Notre Dame and Wisconsin Invitationals, finishing with similar times of 25:30 and 25:33, respectively...Notched a 19th-place mark at the Mountain West Championships with a 25:54.6 time...Scored for the Lobos at the NCAA Regionals and NCAA Championships with times of 32:04.5 (53rd) and 32:31 (242nd), respectively.
2010: Ran at five competitions...Opened the year with a 26:04.5 time at the Lobo Invitational, placing 28th...Claimed sixth at the Kachina Classic, leading the Lobo B team with a 25:28.3 mark...Tallied nearly identical marks of 25:24 and 25:25 at the Roy Griak Invitational (48th) and Notre Dame Invitational (87th)...Placed 26th at the MWc Championships with a 26:25.1 clocking.
2009: Competed at six meets, placing top-20 in all but two...Made his offical UNM XC debut at the Lobo Invitational, placing 11th with a 25:48.87 time...Placed ninth at the Kachina Classic, finishing in 26:55.2...Ran a 25:24 time at the Notre Dame Invitational, finishing 105th...Notched a 25:28.3 time at the Pre-Nationals Invitational, placing 11th in the open race...Registed a 20th-place time of 25:07.4 at the MWC Championships...Took 75th at the NCAA Regionals with a 32:42.2 time.
2008: Redshirt season; competed at two meets, the Lobo Invitational and the Kachina Classic
A 2008 graduate of Los Alamos (N.M.) High School...No. 1 runner for the nationally-ranked Hilltoppers as a junior and senior...Finished fourth at the 2007 Class 4A state cross country meet, leading No. 8 Los Alamos to an upset victory over U.S No. 1 Albuquerque Academy...Went on to finish 11th to lead Los Alamos to a second-place finish--just 2 points out of first--at the Nike Team Nationals meet in Portland, Ore...Fourth in the 3,200 at the 2008 state track meet...Also lettered in soccer as a freshman.
Born in Las Cruces, N.M...Full name is Allen Reed Pittman...Son of Pete and Carissa Pittman...Has a younger brother, Kyle, and younger sister, Emily.
2009-11Academic All-Mountain West