: Placed 6th in 800 (1:51.44), 4th in 1,500 (3:51.78 prelim) at Big West Conference Championships... Matched his previous 800 best of 1:51.44 at Brutus Hamilton, good for 8th in school history... Fastest 1,500 was 3:47.70 at Payton Jordan Invite... Made one 3,000 appearance, crossing in 8:24.71, 6th in Aggie outdoor records... Had team's only indoor mile time, going 4:21.40 at Husky Classic.
2009: Finished 4th in 800 (1:51.82), 8th in 1,500 (3:51.01) at Big West Conference Championships... Ran 800 in six meets, 1,500 in five, delivering meet wins in each during Causeway Dual.
2008: Competed in one meet, posting 1,500 time of 4:02.27 at All-Cal Challenge during season-opening weekend.
2007: Posted season-best marks in both 800 (1:54.60) and 1,500 (3:52.53) in Causeway Dual... Placed 6th (3:58.61) at Div. I Independent Championships... Additional high finishes include 1st at Woody Wilson Classic, 2nd at Stanford, 3rd at Cal-Nevada State Championships... Also competed as part of 4x400 relay squad.
CROSS COUNTRY: Captured All-Big West Conference honors in 2010, placing 6th overall, 3rd among Aggie finishers... Also had top-10 performances at Hornet Jamboree (7th) and Bronco Invitational (10th)... Crossed in 36th place at NCAA West Regional... Joined team in 2009, placing 12th at Big West Conference, 47th at NCAA West Regional.
NEWARK MEMORIAL HS '06: Three-sport star, lettering two years each in track & field, football and soccer... Qualified for CIF state track championships in mile (22nd)... Finished 2nd at North Coast Section Meet of Champions in mile, shaving seven seconds from prelim time to 4:16.32... Won Mission Valley Athletic League and Bay Shore Area meets in 2006... Set school mile record at 4:14.04... Placed 4th at CIF-NCS Championships as a junior (4:22.74) to earn first trip to state meet... Earned All-MVAL honorable mention in soccer as a defender... Led football team in receptions.
PERSONAL: Born in Del Rio, Texas... Majoring in economics... Parents are Robert and Rebecca Sees... Claims two career highlights: an NCS playoff game against San Ramon Valley in his junior year, and winning his first-ever mile then capturing back-to-back MVAL titles... Best advice he's ever received: "You should do distance."