Mat Holton

Mat  Holton

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Upland, CA

High School:
Rancho Cucamonga HS

Height:
5-9

Experience:
1V


05/01/2016

Potential Regional Qualifiers at Steve Scott Invite

Kelli Capel and Kayla de Bondt turned in potential NCAA qualifying times to lead the Lions at the Steve Scott Invite.

04/24/2016

Freshmen Lead Lions at Triton Invite

Four Lions set personal records and two more had season best times at the UCSD Triton Invite.

04/30/2015

Track's Final Stretch Begins

Danielle Shanahan will race at the prestigious Payton Jordan Invitational.

04/25/2015

Shanahan, de Bondt Lead Lions

Danielle Shanahan and Kayla de Bondt finished one-two in the 1,500m run Saturday.

At LMU...
2014-15...
In cross country... competed in three meets... season best time of 25:25 in an 8k at the Stanford Invitational... In track... best times included 4:14.06 in the 1,500m at the Triton Invitational (Apr. 25), 9:02.20 in the 3,000m at the West Coast Quadrangular (Feb. 21) and 15:36.37 in the 5,000m at the Ben Brown Invitational (Mar. 14)...

High School...
Competed in cross country and track at Rancho Cucamonga High School... was a team captain of his cross country team as a junior and senior... three-time All-Baseline League selection... two-time all-area... San Bernardino County Individual Champion in 2012 and 2013... 2011 Nike Cross Nationals Team Qualifier... 2011 CIF State Division I third place team finish... 2011 CIF Southern Section Division I team runner-up... captained his track team as a junior and senior... two-time All-Baseline League honoree... Baseline League Champion in the two-mile in 2013 and 2014... Baseline League Champion in the one-mile in 2014... Honor Roll student... All-American Scholar-Athlete...

Personal...
Mathew Paul Holton was born Nov. 2, 1995 in Upland, CA... parents are Shana and Mathew Holton... father, Mathew, played soccer at Long Beach State... has one older sister, Kelsi, and a younger sister, Erin... Chemistry major at LMU...

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