Camille Dyer
Camille Dyer
Year: Junior
Hometown: Sacramento, Calif.
High School: St. Francis
Major: Economics

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AS A JUNIOR (2014-2015): (XC) Took 25th place at the season-opening USF Invitational by running 19:25.6 in the women's 5k race  ... finished with a time of 23:42.5 in the women's 6k at the WCC Preview Meet.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2013-2014): (XC) Ran 20:51 in the Santa Clara vs. Saint Mary’s 5K Dual Meet … ran 24:38 in the 6K Doc Adams Invitational at UC Davis … ran 25:36.40 in the 6K S.F. State Invitational.

AS A FRESHMAN (2012-2013): (XC) Started her first season in the USF Invite 5k with a time of 19:45.8 … Competed in the Bronco Invite 5k in 19:56 … Ran 24:08 for the Broncos at the Doc Adams Invite 6k. (TRACK) Ran the 5000m race at the Kim Dyust Invite in 21:32.03.

COLLEGE PERSONAL BESTS

Cross Country: 19:45 in the 5k (2012 - USF Invite); 24:08 in the 6k (2012 - Doc Adams)
Track: 21:32.03 in the 5k (2013 - Kim Dyust Invite)  

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended St. Francis in Sacramento, Calif. ... coached by John DuCray in cross country and Mason Myers and Rich Willet in track ... President of Spanish Club ... Treasurer of California Scholarship Federation and National Honor Society ... volunteer for the Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, Sonora.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Gregory and Cynthia Dyer ... Father, Gregory, is an attorney, and mother, Cynthia is a teacher ... parents both attended University of Arizona ... has two older sisters, Ashley and Noelle, and one younger sister, Gabrielle ... hobbies include playing the piano, reading and sailing ... She will be majoring in Economics. 

Best Marks in HS Cross Country: Woodward Park 5k: 19:08' Mt Sac 2.93: 18:57

Best Marks HS Track: 1600m 5:27, 3200m 11:30

Why I Chose Santa Clara

"Santa Clara University is the perfect fit for me for a number of reasons. It is the perfect distance from home, has the perfect climate, and allows me to have the ability to run for SCU’s cross country and track teams. Santa Clara University is the best place for me to continue to build character. I have not heard of an unsuccessful person graduate from SCU."