Trevor Siniscalchi

Trevor  Siniscalchi


San Diego, Calif.

High School:


Personal-Best Times -- 5000m: 14:27.24 | 3000m Steeplechase: 9:07.41

SOPHOMORE YEAR | 2016: Did not compete.

FRESHMAN YEAR | 2015: Competed in the first three meets of the season...finished 18th out of 233 runners at the Woody Greeno Invitational (26:01.8)...posted a career-best 8K time of 25:02.4 at the Washington Invitational (88th)...opened the season with a 5K time of 15:38.4 at the Colorado State Invitational, finishing 32nd out of 107 runners.

HIGH SCHOOL: Westview High School...CIF San Diego Section cross country champion in 2014...also won the CIF San Diego Section championship at 3200 meters as a senior...three-time Palomar League champion...all-state cross country honoree after placing third in Division II CIF...earned all-state honors in track after finishing seventh in the 3200-meter run at the CIF state meet...two-time Palomar League Runner of the Year...2014 San Diego Cross Country Runner of the Year...two-time MVP of the cross country team...also claimed MVP honors for track twice...played soccer as a freshman...named Westview High School's Male Athlete of the Year.

PERSONAL: Son of Ian Stuart and Laura Siniscalchi...has one older sister and one younger brother...currently undecided on a major, but looking at foreign affairs, political science or management...future plans include running for the World Class Athlete Program (WCAP), becoming an intelligence officer, traveling the world and eventually retiring to San Diego and coaching a local high school team to a national title...enjoys "completely obliterating" enemies in Super Smash...also enjoys making cinematic masterpieces with friends...when not running, hobbies include talking about running and thinking about running...was infamously featured on milesplit for the legendary "I am massive" interview after taking third in the Arcadia Invitational 4x1600-meter relay...member of Cadet Squadron 17.

COACH COLE ON TREVOR: "Trevor has developed during his first few years at USAFA and is now starting to have some success. It has taken time, but Trevor is starting to get some return for all of his investment and there are still a lot of good things to come. We're excited to see some of those moments materialize over the coming year for Trevor."

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