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Considered by many to be the most successful high school runner of all-time, Jordan Hasay has already had a long and decorated career. Before even entering the high school ranks she had set two USATF Junior Olympics Youth records in the 1500m and 3000m. By the time she was 14 she had already ran 4:22.12 for 1500m and 10:07.56 for 3200m.
As a freshman in high school she won the 2005 Foot Locker Cross Country Championships, becoming the second freshman to win the prestigious race.
In 2006 Hasay went on to win the CIF California State Meet mile and two mile races. Hasay nearly eclipsed the high school freshman mile record, missing Mary DeckerÃ¢ÂÂs mark by just 0.21 seconds. That same year she won the3000 meter race at the USATF Junior Championships Track and Field Meet
As a high school sophomore in 2007 Hasay won the USATF Junior Corss Country Championships, winning the race by 14 seconds. In her first race on the track in 2007 she set the national high school sophomore class record in the 3200 with a time of 10:04.42. She then went on to defend her CIF 3200 meter title, running a 10:06.76.
That year at the USATF Junior Championships she ran a 4:16.58 1500m, which was the fastest high school time in nearly 25 years, let alone by a 15 year old. In her first international championship she ran to a second place finishin the IAAF World Youth Championships, covering the 1500m race in 4:17.24.
In her junior year campaign she would again defend her CIF two mile title, winning in a meet record time of 9:52.13, which was also the second fastest time by a high school girl ever. At the USATF Junior Track and Field Championships, she again won the 1500m title.
2008 was the year of the Olympic Trials. As a junior in high school Hasay set the national high school record for 1500m in the semifinal heat of the Olympic Trials, finishing in 4:14.50. That year she would also go on to finish fourth in the IAAF Youth Track and Field Championships, stopping the clock in 4:19.02.
Her senior year she won her 4th straight CIF cross country championship along with her 2nd Footlocker Cross Country championship.
In present day, she attends college at the University of Oregon. She will be going into her senior year with two individual NCAA championships, and 11 All-American certificates.
As a Duck:
1,500 Meters - 4:10.28,
Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational,
Stanford, Calif., 5/1/11
5,000 Meters - 15:37.29
Mt. SAC Relays,
Walnut, Calif., 4/15/11
Mile - 4:33.01 (i),
College Station, Texas, 3/12/11
3,000 Meters - 9:05.42 (i),
Seattle, Wash., 1/9/11
NCAA Outdoor Track Championships
2012 Ã¢ÂÂ 1,500 Meters, 3rd 4:13.03
2011 - 5,000 Meters, 4th, 15:41.00
2011 - 1,500 Meters, 8th, 4:17.67
2010 - 1,500 Meters, 3rd, 4:16.43
NCAA Indoor Track Championships
2011 - Mile, 1st, 4:33.01
2011 - 3,000 Meters, 1st, 9:13.71
2011 - DMR, 2nd, 10:52.90
2010 - Mile, 4th, 4:38.29
2010 - 3,000 Meters
2010 - DMR, 2nd, 10:58.96
NCAA Cross Country Championships
2011 - 2nd, 19:41.8
2010 - 3rd, 20:13.0
2009 - 18th, 20:23.1
NCAA Cross Country West Regional
2011 - 1st, 19:44
2010 - 1st, 20:01.90
2009 - 2nd, 20:52.46
Pac-12 Track Championships
2011 - 1,500 Meters, 1st, 4:19.18 (Pac-10)
2011 - 5,000 Meters, 1st, 16:24.10 (Pac-10)
2010 - 1,500 Meters, 3rd, 4:17.39 (Pac-10)
Pac-12 Cross Country Championships
2011 - 3rd, 19:50
2010 - 1st, 19:44.95 (Pac-10)
2009 - 3rd, 19:48.97 (Pac-10)
Mission College Preparatory
University of Oregon
San Luis Obispo, CA, United States
Distance Time AT U.S. HS Rank Date 800 meters 2:09.92 n/a June 7, 2008 1,500 meters 4:14.50 1* July 4, 2008 1,600 meters 4:39.13 3 March 31, 2007 One mile 4:42.21 13 June 11, 2006 3,000 meters 9:23.90 15 Feb. 9, 2008 3,200 meters 9:52.13 2 May 31, 2008 Two miles 10:07.65 6 April 7, 2007