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  Amy Hastings
Amy Hastings

Player Profile
Class:
Graduated

Hometown:
Leavenworth, Kan.

High School:
Leavenworth HS

Height:
5-4

Event:
Distance

Arizona State: Perhaps the most successful cross country athlete in ASU history...earned her third All-America honor by placing 13th in 2005, the first Sun Devil to do so...set a school record for cross country wins in a career at five...is the first Sun Devil, male or female, to win a Pac-10 Cross Country Championship with her win in 2004...just the second woman to earn Pac-10 Athlete of the Year honors...went on to become the second woman and third Sun Devil harrier to earn two All-America honors in cross country with her performance in 2004...holds the school record in the indoor 5,000m run (16:06.91)...

2005 XC: Earned her third All-America honor with her 13th-place finish at nationals...is the only Sun Devil, male and female, to earn three national honors...led the team to its first Top 4 finish in school history...led the team to second place finish at the regional meet with her runner-up finish...earned All-West Region honors...placed second at the Pac-10 meet to lead team to second place while earning First Team All-Pac-10...won the Roy Griak Invitational...also was sixth at the Pre-National meet...selected as the team's MVP...

2005 Outdoor: Hampered by injury for much of the season...competed in four races...set the school record in the 10,000m run at the Stanford Invitational (33:19.32) to automatically qualify for nationals...started the 10,000m race at nationals but did not finish...won the 1,500m run at the Sun Angel Classic and placed second in the 5,000m run at the Oregon Invitational in her only other races...

2005 Indoor: Earned All-America honors in the 5,000m run, finishing fifth at the NCAA meet (16:06.62)...set the school record in the same event one month earlier to qualify for nationals as she clocked a 16:05.83 at the Husky Invitational...won the mile run at the Double Dual...also ran the second-fastest 3,000m circuit in ASU history while finishing fifth at the Alex Wilson Invite (9:25.72)...

2004 XC: Became the first Sun Devil to win the Pac-10 Cross Country Championship as she covered the Golden Gate Park course in 20:19...was NCAA West Region runner-up with a time of 20:14...Finished 22nd at NCAA Championships, earning her second All-American honor...tied the school record for career individual victories at four...also won the Dave Murray Invitational to open the season...earned her third all-conference cross country honor....selected Women's Most Valuable Athlete at season banquet...

2004 Outdoor: Captured her first conference crown by winning the 3,000m steeplechase at the Pac-10 meet before placing eighth at the regional meet and 18th at nationals...also won the Double Dual...ran the third-fastest time in school and conference history at the Oregon Invitational...finished second at the Sun Angel Classic in her only 1,500m run of the season...her 1,500m time of 4:21.73 ranks fourth-best in school history while her 16:02.53 in the 5,000m run is the fourth-best at ASU...also scored at the Pac-10 meet in the 5,000m run, finishing fourth overall...selected as the Pac-10 Track Athlete of the Week (April 26) after the Oregon Invitational race...

2004 Indoor: Set the school record in the 5,000m run at the Pac-10 Invitational...earned All-America honors in the 5,000m run, placing 11th overall in the race but eighth among American athletes in the race...won the 800m run at the Double Dual in her race at that distance...

2003 XC: Finished 25th at the NCAA Cross Country Championships to earn her first All-America honor...was the top team finisher in all six races she ran...won the Dave Murray and ASU Invites...her two race wins ties her for second on the single season wins list and third in career wins at ASU...became only the third woman to win multiple races in one season...took third at the Roy Griak and was fourth at the Pac-10 Championships...finished as the runner-up at the regional meet...member of the All-Pac-10 First and All-West Region First teams...also garnered Academic All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention honors...

2003 Track: Redshirted...set the USA Junior Championships meet record in the 5,000m run to win the event and qualify for the Pan Am Games in Barbados (did not compete)... 2002 XC: Was an immediate contributor to the success of the team...was top finisher for the squad at the NCAA Championships with a 69th place finish...also finished second on the team in five races...best finish was fifth at the adidas Invitational...top time was a 21:11.0 at the conference meet...second best was at nationals...placed 10th in her first Pac-10 Championship race to help the team to second place...named to the All-Pac-10 second team...finished the NCAA West Region race in 10th-place to earn all-region honors.

High School: Claimed three Kansas state titles on her way to two school records...won the state cross country meet in 2001 and the 3000m race in 2000 and '01...records include a 10:43 in the 3200m and a 5:06 time in the 1600...named to the Nike Honorable Mention team in 2001 and was invited to the run in the Golden West Invitational...captained the cross country team (2000-01) and the track team (2001).

Personal: Major undeclared...parents are Scott and Aileen Hastings...has two siblings, Sara and Tommy...born Jan. 21, 1984, in Long Beach, Calif.

Personal Bests - 800: 2:15.66, 1,500: 4:21, 3,000 SC: 10:17.67, 5,000: 16:02.53, 10,000: 33:19.32

IN NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP MEETS (* = All-America honor earned)
Meet Event Time/Mark Place
2005 Cross Country 6K Course 20:09.00 13th*
2005 Outdoor T&F 10,000m Run (f) DNF (injury) --
2005 Indoor T&F 5,000m Run (f) 16:06.62 5th*
2004 Cross Country 6K Course 20:57.00 22nd*
2004 Outdoor T&F 3K Steeple (p) 10:33.69 18th
2004 Indoor T&F 5,000m Run (f) 16:24.50 11th*
2003 Cross Country 6K Course 20:32.90 25th*
2002 Cross Country 6K Course 21:14.30 69th

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