|High School:||Central Catholic HS|
AS A SOPHOMORE (2016-17): (XC) WCC Cross Country All-Academic Honorable Mention ... competed in four events ... 6-kilometer season-best 24:15.6 at the Santa Clara Bronco Invitational.
(TRACK) Ran in five events, including a pair of doubles at 800 meters and 1,500 meters ... won consecutive 1,500-meter sections at the Johnny Mathis Invitational (5:05.83) and Kim Duyst Invitational (season-best 5:03.54) ... 800-meter season-best 2:29.26 at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival.
AS A FRESHMAN (2015-16): (XC) Ran the 5-kilometer race at the USF Invitational in 21:19.6 in her Bronco debut … posted a 5,800-meter time of 25:11 at the San Francisco State Quad Meet … ran a 6-kilometer time of 25:51.3 at the San Francisco State Invitational … ran a personal best 6-kilometer time of 25:40 in the Open race at the Bronco Invitational … finished with a 5-kilometer time of 20:44 at the Banana Slug Invitational.
(TRACK) Ran in two events during her first season on the track with the Broncos ... 1,500-meter season-best 5:28.41 at the Kim Duyst Invitational.
PRIOR TO SCU: Graduated from Central Catholic High School in 2015 ... high school coach was Robyn McGillis … Rams won district meet to advance to Oregon State Meet for the first time in school history in 2014 … varsity runner for all four years, district honorable mention for 3k and 1500m races … state meet participant … team captain.
HIGH SCHOOL PERSONAL BESTS
Cross Country: 5k — 20:35
Track: 800m — 2:34 ... 1500m — 5:15 ... 3000m — 11:29.
PERSONAL: Parents are Richard and Nancy Green ... has and older sister, Carolyn, and an older brother, Andrew … hobbies include hiking, cooking, hanging out with her friends/family and her dog, traveling, and trying new things … made high school Honor Roll … three-year Student Council member (ASB Secretary senior year) National Honor Society Club President … Constitution Team member … intern for Special Olympics Oregon.
WHY GREEN CHOSE SANTA CLARA: “I was always attracted to Santa Clara’s location in the Silicon Valley as well as the challenging academics, service opportunities and travel abroad options. When I visited campus, the friendly students and fun, supportive atmosphere of the school impressed me. Coming to Santa Clara, I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to walk onto the cross country and track team as well, which was an extra bonus. Overall, Santa Clara just seemed like a place I could call home.”