Class of '06
Finished 10th in the preliminaries of the 400m at the 2010 NCAA Division I Indoor Championships. The top 8 go to finals
At the National Junior College Athletic Association 2010 Indoor Championships Allen finished 1st in the 60m dash and 2nd in the 200m dash.
Class of 2007
Green Bay East
Picture on right from the 2010 WIAC Indoor Championships held at UW-Platteville.
Picture on left at the 2007 Crusader Classic held at Waukesha Catholic Memorial High School
The WIAC just concluded their outdoor season with a conference meet at UW-River Falls on May 7-8, 2010. The UW - La Crosse women won the 2010 title. The athletes pictured above competed in the Heptathlon which consisted of the 100m HH, HJ, LJ, SP, 200m dash, and 800m run, L-R: Jena Weigel [UW-La Crosse, Marshfield], Leeanne Nowicki [UW-La Crosse, Cottage Grove, MN], Jenna Stark [UW-La Crosse, Cadott], and former Waukesha West athlete Courtney Craig [UW-Eau Claire]. Photograph by Mary Craig
East Troy graduate  Becca Buchholtz made the transition from being a Trojan at East Troy to a Spartan at Michigan State University in grand style.
She was the Indoor Big 10 Champion in 2009 in the High Jump and this season became the outdoor Big Ten Champion in the High Jump clearing 5' 10.75 at the Billy Hayes Track at Indiana University during the May 15-16 weekend.
Special thanks to Michigan State jumps coach Chris Bostwick and Vince Baker of Michigan State Communications for supplying the above photo of Buchholtz at the Big Ten Championships.
On the left Buchholtz is pictured at the '07 WIAA State Meet where she was the D2 HJ Champion. She set the D2 record [pictured left] of 5' 09 at the '07 State Meet.
2007 photos by D Figi
Becca Buchholtz Wins 2010 Big 10 High Jump
Photograph by Walt Middleton
Special thanks to University of Wisconsin pole vault coach David Astrauskas and Brian Mason [photographs above] University of Wisconsin Athletic Communications Assistant for arranging the photographs of Soceka at the Big Ten Meet.
Right: Soceka clearing 12' 03 at the 2005 State Meet to win the D1 PV Gold Medal.
UW-Wisconsin photographs by Brian Mason
Former West Bend West runner Megan Duwell [#404] finished her Big Ten career at the University of Minnesota by defending her 2009 title in the 10,000m race. In Eric Miller's photographs [above and below] Duwell is shown int he 10,000m run which she won in 34:02.12. Special thanks goes to Assistant Coach Gary Wilson who coaches the runners, Becky Bohm the Associatte Director of Athletic Communications at the University of Minnesota, and Eric Miller a photographer with the University of Minnesota Communications for sending the photographs of Duwell from the Big Ten Meet held on the weekend of May 14-16, 2010. Followup - Post College.
University of Wisconsin-Platteville senior Ann Tank became the 12th Pioneer student-athlete to be selected for Capital One Academic All-American Team honors as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) on Tuesday. The Dodgeville, Wisconsin native was named to the third team qualified all four years of her track and field eligibility for both the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Championships. On the indoor circuit, she earned All-American twice in the 800-meter run and two more times as a member of the 4x400-meter relay. On the outdoor circuit, she was a member of three relays that earned All-American honors and once in the 800-meter run.
At the end of the spring semester, recently, she was named for a second-straight year as the UW-Platteville Women's Athlete of the Year and was the University's nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year.s. Photographs used with permission of Danny Kambel, Sports Information Director at UW-Platteville.
UW-Oshkosh senior Christy Cazzola [Kaukauna] is a D3 All-American in both track and field and cross country. At the 2012 D3 outdoor championships she won the Gold Medal in the 800m and mile run events. At the D3 2012 Cross Country Championships Cazzola was the individual champion. The USA Track and Field and Cross Country coaches Association named Cazzola the Female 2012 Athlete of the Year.
Photos above provided by UW-Oshkosh Sports Information
2011 Green Bay Notre Dame graduate Allie Woodward has performed well for the Ducks of the University of Oregon. Woodward was a member of the Oregon womens team that won the 2012 D1 NCAA Cross Country Championship.
She also gained All-American status with her 5th place finish in the 10,000m race at the 2012 D1 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Photos by Eric Evans-Oregon Athletics Communications
2011 Milwaukee Bradley Technical graduate Dezerea Bryant is an All-American in track and field. Bryant is a sophomore at Clemson [South Carolina] University. She is the defending 60m, 100m, and 200m Champion in the Atlantic Coast Conference. In addition she was a member of the Clemson 4x1 which holds the All-Time Clemson Record for that event. Go to 2013 ACC Indoor highlight video, Bryant was ACC Indoor Track MVP for 2013.
Photos[ L-R] by Rex Brown and Stanley Brewster-Clemson Athlete Information Department
Former Brookfield Central teammates [Class of 2011] Hannah Trasser [University of Minnesota] and Kara Krugel [University of Wisconsin] are pictured [Friday, February 8] at the 2013 Cyclone Classic held at Iowa State University on Friday-Saturday, February 8-9, 2013.
Photo on left by M Krugel
Below: Trasser and Krugel at the Indoor GMC Championships 2011.
Below: Former Appleton Xavier track and field athlete Carlye Schuh set an indoor program record for the Marquette University Womens Track and Field team with a 19' 10.75 long jump at the Notre Dame Blue and Gold Invitational held at the Loftus Sports Center on the campus of Notre Dame University on December 6, 2013. Schuh also holds the Marquette team outdoor LJ record with a distance of 20' 01.50.
Schuh is shown above left at the 2009 WIAA State Meet in 2009 [2nd in D2 LJ - 18' 04.00. Photo by D Figi] and above right at the Notre Dame Meet [Photo supplied by Michael Whittliff of the Marquette Athletics Communication Center].
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