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All-conference runner and jumper who gained immediate big-meet experience … Brings an infusion of energy to the program, especially coming right off basketball season, per the staff.
2018 Outdoor: Just missed on all-conference honors in the 4x100 relay with fourth-place time of 49.51 at the NCAC Championships (May 4-5) … Individually, placed sixth in the long jump at NCACs at 17 feet, 2.75 inches … Won the 200 meters at the Denison Big Red Invitational (April 27) at 26.58, and time of 13.13 was good for runner-up honors in the 100 meters … Added a second-place long jump at 16 feet, 5.75 inches at Denison, and was subsequently named the NCAC Athlete of the Week for performances at Denison … Also earned the NCAC’s weekly prize for efforts at the Alan Connie Shamrock Invitational (March 15-17) … Crossed at 12.80 in the 100, 26.44 in the 200, 4:15.56 as part of the Scots’ 4x400 relay, and reached 16 feet, 4.5 inches in the long jump.
2018 Indoor: Made presence felt at NCAC Championships (March 2-3) … Earned all-conference honors thanks to placing third as part of the Scots’ 4x400 at 4:14.68 … Added a fifth-place showing in the 4x200 relay (1:49.67) and was sixth in the long jump (16 feet, 10 inches).
2017-18 Basketball: Appeared in 25 games, making 24 starts … Averaged 5.0 points and 2.6 rebounds … Scored in double-figures five times including a season-high effort in points (14) and rebounds (7) at Kenyon (Jan. 17) … Shot 32 percent from the floor (49-for-155).
2017 Outdoor: Provided an immediate scoring presence in her first season … All-NCAC performer in the 200, placing second at 25.64 at the NCAC Championships (May 6) … Just missed all-conference honors in the 100 with a fourth-place time of 12.72 in the championship heat … Contributed to fourth-place 4x100 and 4x400 at conference meet, that turned in season-best times of 50.49 and 4:07.99, respectively … Scored in the long jump (17 feet, 10.75 inches) at the conference meet with a sixth-place finish … Clocked in season-best 25.60 in the 200 at the Great Lakes NCAA Final Qualifying meet (May 18) … Missed out on scoring at the All-Ohio Championships by .5 inches in the long jump, reaching 16 feet, 10 inches for ninth-place … Totaled three first-place individual finishes … Went season-best 12.72 to win the 100 at the Kenyon Spring Invite (April 22) … Finished the Kenyon Invite with three blue ribbons, adding a winning leap of 16 feet, 9.75 inches in the long jump and a first-place clip of 26.35 in the 200, and went on to earn NCAC Athlete-of-the-Week honor … Tallied a fourth-place finish in the long jump (16 feet, 5 inches) at the Bob Kahn Invite (April 8) … Went 16 feet, 0.5 inches in first collegiate outdoor long jump event for third-place at Wooster Invitational (April 1).
2017 Indoor: Competed at NCAC Championships after missing majority of season due to basketball … Leaped 17 feet, 8 inches in the long jump at first collegiate meet as part of an all-conference second-place showing at NCAC Championships (March 4).
2016-17 Basketball: Played in all but one game, and made six starts as a first-year … Ranked second on the team with 5.2 rebounds per game, and averaged 4.6 points per game … Dropped in season-high 14 points at Kenyon (Feb. 15) … Turned in five games with at least eight rebounds including season-high of nine versus Case Western Reserve (Dec. 3) and against La Roche (Dec. 30).
Prior to Wooster: MHSAA Div. IV State Champion in the long jump as a senior, reaching 17 feet, 6 inches … Four-time all-state participant under Ernie Righetti, highlighted by three event qualifications as a junior … Earned second- and fifth-place finishes respectively in the long jump as a junior and sophomore … Clocked two seventh-place finishes in the 200 at the state meet as a junior and freshman while placing sixth as a sophomore … Made two podium appearances in the 100, turning in eighth-place times at the state meet as a junior and freshman.
Personal: Born April 26, 1997 … Daughter of Milo and Ruth Tilton … Majoring in sociology with a minor in education.