Stephaney Saari
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    Stephaney Saari

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    San Antonio, Texas

    High School:
    Ronald Reagan

    Height:
    5-7

    09/21/2011

    Rust Buster Invitational

    Photos from the Rust Buster Invitational.

    09/13/2011

    Rust Buster Invitational (Women)

    Photos from the women's Rust Buster Invitational.

    11/11/2010

    MWC Championships

    MWC Championships

    11/11/2010

    Rust Buster Invitational

    Rust Buster Invitational

    FRESHMAN (2010): Competed in five races, including the conference and regional championships...placed 63rd at the Mountain West Conference Championships in a 6K time of 25:50 (7200 elevation)...clocked a season-best time of 24:10 to finish 124th at the NCAA Mountain Region Championships...also ran the 6K distance at the Woody Greeno Invitational, placing 62nd with a time of 24:19...was the Falcons' top finisher at the Tiger Invitational...placed 38th with a 5K time of 19:14...opened the season with a 25th-place finish (16:31) at the 4K Rust Buster Invitational.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Ronald Regan High School...participated at the state cross country championships as a freshman, sophomore and junior...competed at the state track championships as a freshman...competed at the regional meet all four years...member of the team that holds the regional 4x400-meter relay record...graduated within the top 20% of class...also graduated Cum Laude.

    PERSONAL: Full name is Stephaney Nicole Saari...goes by Steph...daughter of William and Theresa Saari...both parents are retired military...father was an E-7 and served for 21 years and mother was an E-8 and served for 20 years...has one older sister, Kristen...also has two younger brothers, Derek and Matt...majoring in systems engineering management...future plans include becoming a RPA pilot...earned athletic honors...spent the summer completing combat survival training and global engagement...also flew UAVs during the summer...used to model for CityPages Magazine...member of Cadet Squadron 22.

    Inside Cross Country