Ayana Floyd-James
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    Ayana Floyd-James

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Vallejo, Calif.

    High School:
    Hogan HS

    Event:
    400m, 200m

    2006: Recorded the fastest 200-meter dash time of the indoor season...clocked 26.55 at the Mountain West Conference Championships...also tallied the team's second-fastest 60-meter dash time (8.06) at that meet...led the Falcons in the 100-meter dash during the outdoor season...recorded a time of 12.48 at the Don Kirby Invitational...was a member of the fastest 4x400-meter relay team of the season (3:57.45) at the MWC outdoor meet...also posted the second-best 200-meter dash time of the season (25.88) at that meet

    2005: Competed in the 60- and 200-meter sprints during the indoor season...clocked a season-best time of 8.06 in the 60-meter dash at the Air Force Classic...ran the 200-meter dash in a season-best 28.09 (converted for track size) at the Wyoming Triangular...also participated in the dashes during the outdoor season...clocked a 12.86 in the 100-meter dash at the Risdon Westen-Air Force Twilight Invitational...ran the 200-meter dash in 27.13

    2004: Named "Newcomer of the Week" following a career-best 7.95 in the 60-meter finals of the Air Force Invitational...ran the third-fastest time on the team in the indoor 200-meter dash, finishing in 26.47 at the MWC Championships...recorded the team's fourth-best time in the 60-meter dash at the Air Force Invitational (7.95)...set season-best outdoor times of 12.65 in the 100-meter dash and 26.47 in the 200-meter dash...both marks were the second-best times on the team

    PERSONAL: Daughter of Lorelei Floyd...has one brother (Ari) and one sister (Artisha)...majoring in political science with a minor in Spanish...attended the Academy's Prep School...was prior enlisted in the Air Force...served as the Global Engagement Element Leader during the summer...has also served as the Cadet Command Center Superintendent...worked as the Communications NCO, Safety and Security NCO, Drill and Ceremonies NCO and the Cadet Command Center Controller for Cadet Squadron 11 during the fall of 2005...spent the fall of 2006 on the Wing Staff...served as Cadet Command Center Program Vice-Chief...currently serving as the Squadron Commander for CS-11...three-year manager of the powerlifting club...hobbies include reading, writing, cooking and baking...plans to become a JAG in the future.

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