USTFCCCA Program of the Year recognizes the best DI cross country and track program
Sarah Waldron, who has completed her master's in sports admin at UNM, was named second-team Academic All-District
Ross Millington, UNM's top runner on the men's side, drops out ill and Lobo men tumble to 31st place
The UNM women are talented enough to make the podium while men hope to crack the Top 20
Five women, two men are among 13 Mountain West athletes on squad
2011: Continued as a solid scoring option for the experience-laden Lobos...Placed 94th (18:11) at the Notre Dame Invitational to open the season, and backed that up with a 168th-place, 21:41 performance at the Wisconsin Invitational...Took seventh at the Mountain West Championships with a 21:15.5 time...Despite severing a tendon in her thumb days prior, Waldron managed to place 12th at the NCAA Regionals with a 21:21.13 time that was second on the team...Ran at the NCAA Championships, finishing with a 21:24 clocking that placed 148th.
2010: Emerged as a strong second or third option her first year at UNM, where she scored for the team at every race she ran...First meet she ran for the Lobos was a the Roy Griak Invitational, where she placed 17th overall (2nd on the team) with a 21:29.8 time...Placed 27th at the Notre Dame Invitational with a 17:13 time...Took runner-up honors at the MWC Championships, helping the Lobos claim thier third straight title behind a sweep of the medals...Snapped up fifth at the NCAA Regionals, again leading the Lobos with a 20:30.8 time...Placed 34th at the NCAA Championships with a 20:55.2 clocking that was the third-best on the team.
Born in Halton, U.K...Daughter of Cathy and Peter Waldron...Hobbies include running, cinema, spending time with friends, meeting new people, and shopping...Favorite food is yogurt...Favorite movie is The Hangover...Previously attended Birmingham University where she ran cross country and track...Majoring in sports and excersise science.
2011 Second TeamCoSIDA Academic All-District