Alana Babers
Alana  Babers


Riverside, Calif.

High School:
J.W. North HS '07





Women Win Big West; Aggies Take Six Events

UC Davis edges UCSB for first-ever women's title; Aggie men finish sixth


Three Titles Lift Women Into Second At Big West

Aggies excel on track and in field during opening day; Men are in seventh place


Women, Men Earns Thirds At Mondo Mid-Major

Aggies capture four events while picking up several career- and season-bests


UC Davis Finishes Strong At Stanford Invitational

Aggies post another round of good marks as busy week on track and in the field closes


Aggies' School Records Help Highlight Busy Track Day

School records set in men's and women's 10,000 as UC Davis competes in Bay Area meets

2011: Led off 3rd-place 4x400 relay (3:43.88) at Big West Conference Championships... Competed in 400 eight times, hitting season-best 56.53 at Brutus Hamilton Invite... Made seven appearances in 200, posting wind-aided 25.09 at Cal-Nevada meet... Best wind-legal 200 was 25.11 at Steve Scott Invitational... Raced 400 indoors at Husky Invite (58.12).

2010: Redshirted.

2009: Competed primarily in 200, posting a 25.94 at Cal Outdoor Opener to start the season... Also ran 100 twice, going 13.11 during Aggie Open.

2008: Hit 100 best of 12.56 in Big West Conference prelims... Improved on her previous best of 12.62, set during Causeway Dual... Also hit season-best 25.71 in 200 in Causeway meet.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated with honors from J.W. North HS in 2007, but attended Niceville (Fla.) HS for three previous years... Placed 3rd in 400 (57.78), 5th in 200 (25.18) at Southern Section meet as a senior... Also part of section-champion 4x400 relay (3:49.61)... Won Ivy League titles in 200, 400 and both relays as a junior at NHS... Placed 3rd in 400, 7th in 200 at Florida High School Athletic Association District I meet that year.

PERSONAL: Born in Riverside, Calif.... Majoring in psychology... Parents are Alonzo Babers & Caroline Licursi... Alonzo won two track & field gold medals (400 and 4x400 relay) at 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles... Not surprisingly, Alana lists her father as her sports hero.