Age: 27
Events: 10,000; 5,000; 3,000 Steeplechase; Cross Country
Hometown: Klamath Falls, OR
College/University Competed for: Western Oregon University (2011 grad)

All Time Personal Bests:

-       800 m                    1:54.37

-       1500 m                  3:50.48

-       5,000 m                 14:21

-       10,000 m               29:44

-       3,000 m Steeple    9:21

Career Highlights:

       -    2015 PNTF Cross Country Championships, 10k, 33:34, 4th place

-       2015 USATF Club Nationals, 10k, 32:05, 125th place

-       2014 PNTF Track & Field Championships, 3000m Steeplechase, 9:38, 1st place

-       2014 PNTF Track & Field Championships, 5k, 15:24, 1st place

-       2014 PNTF Track & Field Championships, 10k, 31:22, 1st place

-       Graduated with 5 school records at Western Oregon (Indoor DMR, Indoor Mile, Indoor 5,000, Outdoor 5,000, Outdoor 10,000)

-       Five-time national qualifier, NCAA DII

-       Two-time All-American, NCAA DII

-       Academic All-American

-       Three top-3 finishes at Eugene's Butte to Butte 10k

-       GNAC Indoor Mile Champion, 2011

-       Captained Western Oregon's first-ever NCAA qualifying cross country team, 2010

-       Member of six GNAC Champion track teams

Volunteer Work:Countless cross country and track meets put on, including OSAA State Championships, USATF Youth State and Regional Championships, and GNAC Championships (Track and Cross Country). 

Personal Information: Oldest of ten children. Graduated from Western Oregon University in 2011 with a degree in Economics. Began his coaching career working part-time for WOU, and began coaching full-time at Seattle Pacific University in early 2014 (this is what brought him to Club Northwest). Father is a general manager for Jeld-Wen Fiber of Oregon, a door-skin manufacturer. Mother is a homemaker in addition to working long hours as a researcher in the field of reproductive immunology, a field in which she is a published author.

Twitter: @RunninReed
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