Caitie Holliday
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    Caitie Holliday

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Kalispell, Mont.

    High School:
    Flathead HS

    Event:
    Javelin, High Jump

    2006: Recorded a season-best javelin throw of 142'10" at the Stanford Invitational...qualified for the NCAA Regionals with that throw...that mark was the second-best distance on the team...finished 21st at the NCAA Regional Championships...was a part of Air Force's top-four sweep at the Colorado Invitational...selected as captain for the 2007 season

    2005: Recorded a career-best javelin throw of 149'10" at the Jack Christiansen Invitational to take over fourth in the program's all-time record book...won the Jack Christiansen Invitational by over a foot with the toss...earned the team's Field Athlete of the Week award following the meet...throw was the second-best on the team...also won the Falcon Open with a toss of 140'2"...tallied a pair of ninth-place finishes at the Willie Williams Classic (132'1") and the Brutus Hamilton Invitational (136'4")...qualified for the NCAA Midwest Regionals...placed 21st at the regional meet with a throw of 129'2"

    2004: Named the program's Laura Piper 'Ironman' Award...threw a career-long javelin of 148'4" at the NCAA Regional Championships...throw is fourth on the program's all-time list...named Field Athlete of the Week at the Tom Benich Classic after winning the javelin... earned Newcomer of the Week honors following a first-place throw of 147'3" at the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational...finished fourth at the MWC Outdoor Championships in the javelin...finished ninth at the NCAA regional meet with a throw of 148'4"...also led the team with a 5'1" high jump mark during the indoor season

    HIGH SCHOOL: 2002 Montana State AA javelin champion...four-year letterwinner in track...competed at the state championships in both the javelin and high jump all four years...also lettered two years in volleyball

    PERSONAL: Daughter of Larry and Ruby Holliday and Carl and Christine Cain...has two brothers, Don and Brady...named to the Dean's List and the Athletic Director's List...hobbies include snowboarding, volunteering, dancing, hiking, camping and running...a civil engineering major...future plans include becoming a CE officer...three-time academic all-MWC team member...served as Athletic Officer for cadet squadron...member of the FCA leadership team...earned Academic All-America honors by the U.S. Track Coaches Association as a sophomore.

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