K.C. Cody
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Santa Rosa, Calif.

High School:
Montgomery HS '04

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 138

Major:
Undeclared-Life Sciences

2007: Redshirted.

2006: Competed in five meets, finishing among team's top five in each... Opened season by placing 5th of 81 at Aggie Open (25:28.0)... Also had top-20 finishes at Willamette Charles Bowles Invitational (19th) and Div. I Independent Championships (17th).

2005: Raced in five meets, and was the team's No. 5 scorer in each... Kicked off year with 12th-place showing (among 83 finishers) in Aggie Open... Placed 28th at Div. I Independent Championships and 38th at Pacific Association/USATF regional.

2004: Appeared in four meets, including Pacific Association championships... Finished among Aggie scorers at Sacramento State Open, finishing 21st overall (26:42.6).

UC DAVIS TRACK & FIELD: Placed 5th in 10,000 (32:06.53) at Big West Conference meet as a junior... Best 10K time was 30:48.73, set at Chico Twilight meet... Posted 5,000 PR of 14:28.12 at Stanford, 9th in school history... Earned Academic All-Big West Conference in 2008... Redshirted in 2007... Won 3,000 in dual with Fresno State as a sophomore (2006), hitting PR of 8:40.46... Qualified for Cal-Nevada State Championships in 5,000, placing 8th (15:22.73)... Hit 2005 season-best of 3:59.29 in dual with Sacramento State... Mark was better than two-second improvement over previous best... Also competed in 3,000 (Hornet Invitational) and 5,000 (Aggie Classic).

MONTGOMERY HS '04: Voted Most Valuable Runner for cross country team as a sophomore and senior, Most Improved as a junior... Was senior champion at Viking Open... Team went undefeated against North Bay League, finished as North Coast Section runner-up in 2002... Selected as track team's Most Dedicated... Track PRs: 800 (1:58.9), mile (4:19.42), 3,000 (8:59).

PERSONAL: Born in Santa Rosa, Calif.... Majoring in biological sciences... Parents are William Cody & Dara Hill... Full name is Kelsey Charles Cody... Sports hero is Steve Prefontaine, non-sports hero is Che Guevara.