Andrew Boebinger

Andrew  Boebinger

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Riverside, Calif.

High School:
Martin Luther King

Height:
6-0


Personal-Best Times -- 1500m: 3:56.82a | 800m: 1:55.15

FRESHMAN YEAR | 2016: Clocked a 5K time of 17:27.0 at the Colorado State Invitational (124th).

HIGH SCHOOL: Martin Luther King High School...four-time selection to the all-league academic team...named to The Press Enterprise All-Area Track Team...2016 Big VIII champion at 800 meters...also finished second in the 1600-meter run at that meet...earned runner-up Big VIII honors in the 800-meter run at the 2015 league championships...three-time CIF qualifier in the 800-meter run and as a member of the 4x400-meter relay...CIF finalist in the 16000-meter run...member of the cross country and track teams that won the league championship in 2015...cross country state team qualifier in 2014...member of the Arcadia distance medley relay championship team in 2016...2016 Inland Empire 800-meter runner-up...member of the National Honor Society...recipient of the Martin Luther King award...received 5's on both the Calculus AB and BC exams...earned all A's through the entirety of high school career...brainstormed, sketched, developed and successfully tested a pill dispenser from scratch...earned the Engineering Scholar Activity Award.

PERSONAL: Full name is Andrew James Boebinger...nickname is "Babes"...son of Stan and Kelly Boebinger...has three older siblings...majoring in business management...future plans include becoming a pilot...named to the Athletic Director's List...hobbies include body surfing, driving, playing video games and dancing...completed Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training (ESET) and Jump over the summer...also traveled home to Southern California and got "straight pitted by some gnarly pounders"...Lord of the Rings enthusiast...member of Cadet Squadron 17.


COACH COLE ON AJ: "AJ is a guy that can run and he’s starting to realize that. But equally important is that AJ is starting to figure out what he needs to do to not only run, but to run fast. While his gains may be more apparent during the coming track season, we’ve had many miler-types be key people for us in cross country. While AJ may be a year away from being one of those guys, he’ll have the same opportunities as all of his teammates to help his team be successful during the upcoming fall.

Oct 16 Athlete of the Week_Denise Ssozi
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