Alison Stoakley
Alison  Stoakley


Torrance, Calif.

High School:
West HS '06



Civil Engineering

2009: Placed 7th at Big West Conference Championships in steeplechase (10:56.13)... Broke 11-minute barrier on four occasions, including 10.52.8 hand time at Causeway Dual... Conversion to 10:53.04 ranks 3rd in school history... Also went 10:46.31 at Cal-Nevada state meet and 10:59.13 to win Woody Wilson Invite for second straight year... Earned Big West Conference All-Academic accolades.

2008: Finished 9th in steeplechase (11:25.99) at Big West Conference meet... Fastest time was winning 11:14.46 at Woody Wilson Invite... Also appeared in open 3,000 (10:38.38) and 5,000 (18:05.69) in various dual meets... Garnered Academic All-Big West honors.

2007: Saw 5,000 action in two meets... Finished 2nd in Aggie Open with season-best 18:52.23.

CROSS COUNTRY: Finished among Aggie scorers in all five appearances as a senior, including Big West Conference (15th) and NCAA West Regional (85th)... Took 6th at Hornet Jamboree... Competed in five meets each in 2007 and 2008, including Big West Conference meet and NCAA West Regional both years... Team's No. 5 scorer at Stanford Invitational (91st overall)... Raced in three meets as a freshman... Best finish was 25th (of 99) at Aggie Open... Selected to Academic All-Big West squad in each of final three seasons...

WEST HS '06: Selected as school's Athlete of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year... Lettered in cross country, track & field and soccer... Finished 15th (18:50) at Southern Section Div. II cross country championships as a senior team captain... Advanced to state meet, where she took 22nd (19:04) and led team to 9th-place showing... Named to Daily Breeze All-Area squad... Reached CIF-SS D-II track championships in 3,200, placing 12th at 11:15.76... Selected as track team's Athlete of the Year in 2003.

PERSONAL: Born in Los Angeles, Calif.... Majoring in civil engineering... Parents are Michael & Janet Stoakley... Career highlight was winning the Bay League cross country title her sophomore year, becoming the first team in 14 years to defeat the previous champion.