Cross Country

Kelly Parsons
Kelly Parsons

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Pleasanton, CA

High School:
Amador Valley HS

Height:
5-10



09/20/2014

Lions Finish Strong at Mustang Challenge

The LMU men's and women's cross country teams each placed seventh in their respective fields of 18 teams Saturday at the Mustang Challenge hosted by The Master's College.

09/19/2014

'B' Squad Competes at Mustang Challenge

Seven women and seven men will be competing for the LMU cross country teams at the Mustang Challenge, hosted by The Master's College Sunday morning in Santa Clarita, Calif.

10/12/2013

'B' Squads Each Place Second at Vanguard Invite

LMU's cross country 'B' squads each took second place Saturday at the Vanguard Invitational in Costa Mesa.

09/21/2013

Munoz Third Overall to Lead Lions at Mustang Challenge

Racing a

10/19/2012

Petree, Gonzalez Set PRs in Final Race Before WCC Championships

The Lions participate in their final race before the conference championships next Saturday in Portland.

09/10/2014

Cross Country at Mark Covert Classic - Aug. 30, 2014

Cross Country at Mark Covert Classic - Aug. 30, 2014 Photos by Jeff Golden

11/18/2013

2013 WCC Cross Country Championships

2013 WCC Cross Country Championships in Malibu, Calif.

At LMU...
2013-14...
In cross country... ran a 5k personal best of 18:21.12 at the 24th Annual Vanguard Invitational... 6k personal best at the Santa Clara Bronco Invitational with a time of 21:53.3... placed 41st overall in 23:00 at the West Coast Conference Championships... In track... best times included 5:05.76 in the 1,500m at the Triton Invitational, 11:04.00 in the 3,000m at the West Coast Quadrangular and 11:45.98 in the 3,000m steeplechase at the Beach Invitational...

2012-13...
In cross country... ran in two 5k races... personal best of 18:58.2 at the Titan Invitational... ran in one 6k race... personal best of 24:19.3 at Triton Classic Invitational... in track... personal best in the 1500m with a time of 5:08.24 at the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational... personal best in the 3000m with a time of 11:02.31 at the UCI Spring Break Invitational... personal best in the 5000m with a time of 18:53.59 at the LBSU Beach Invitational... set LMU `s second fastest time and personal best in 3k steeplechase with time of 11:47.99 at the Oxy Invitational...

High School...
Graduated from Amador Valley High School... ran varsity track four years under coaches Peter Scarpelli and Jason Oswalt... named All-EBAL as a senior... ran a personal-best 11:24 in the 3200m... named "Rising Star" for freshman and sophomore years... ran third fastest time in Amador Valley HS history in 3200m... 2012 Amador CIF Scholar Athlete of the Year... 2011 Track All-American in Junior Olympics... placed sixth in the nation in the steeplechase... ran varsity cross-country two years under coach Jason Oswalt... named All-EBAL during junior and senior seasons... 2011 Rookie of the Year... qualified for CIF state championships during senior year... holds nine individual Amador Valley HS top-ten records... played two seasons of water polo under coach Mark Docto... named Rookie of the Year (2008)... ... named to Amador Valley HS honor roll (four times)... received North Coast Section Scholar Athlete award (four years)... named North Coast Section Distinguished Scholastic Team Member (three years)... ran against teammate Kelli Sugimoto in high school... covered as a high school athlete by the Contra Costa Times, Tri Valley Herald, and Valley Times...

Personal...
Kelly Anne Parsons was born July 5, 1994 in Walnut Creek, Calif. to parents Sally and Bill Parsons... mother played golf at Colorado State University... volunteered with Special Olympics for Northern California, the Amador Valley High School Athletic Boosters Club and Open Heart Kitchen... considered the University of Oregon, University of Washington and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo before deciding to attend LMU... chose LMU because of its size, class sizes, location and the athletic distance program... a psychology major...

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