Sarah Stacionis

Pleasanton, Calif.

High School:
Amador Valley HS '04


Environmental Horticulture and Urban Forestry

2005: Raced in five meets... Was team's No. 4 runner (54th overall) in Stanford Invitational's 4K race.

2004: Competed in three meets, scoring as team's No. 6 finisher in each... Placed 21st at D-I Independent Championships (18:23)... Made collegiate debut by finishing 10th (18:55.9) in Aggie Open.

UC DAVIS TRACK & FIELD: Cut more than 1.5 seconds off previous 800 best, posting 2:16.83 at Sacramento State Open to finish 2006 season... Competed in six other meets, including Cal-Nevada state championships... Redshirted in 2005.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Eden Prairie (Minn.) for three years, then Amador Valley as a senior in 2003-04... Named MVP of both her cross country and track teams at AVHS... Mentored by current Aggie coach Chris Puppione... Won East Bay Athletic League 1,600 championship (5:10.24)... Also finished 2nd in 800 (2:18.80) that year... Helped lead EPHS to state track title in 2003... Selected as Most Improved on cross country team in 2002... Voted AVHS Senior Athlete of the Year.

PERSONAL: Born in Davenport, Iowa.... Majoring in environmental horticulture & urban forestry... Parents are Jerry & Debbie Stacionis... Career highlight was running 800 and 4x400 PRs in her last high school meet... Best athlete she's faced is Stanford's Lindsay Allen, then of College Park HS... Proudest personal accomplishment was being "happy and successful" after having to move to California for her senior year in high school.