Member of Hanson’s-Brooks Distance Project
Exercise Physiologist

Education:

  • B.A.A. Exercise Science, Central Michigan University (2004)
  • M.S. Exercise Science, Oakland University (2006)
  • Certified Clinical Exercise Specialist, American College of Sports Medicine

Professional:

  • 2 Time Olympic Trials Marathon Qualifier (2008, 2012)
  • 5th place, 2011 Rock n’ Roll San Diego Marathon, 2:14:39
  • 2nd place, 2011 Rock n’ Roll Mardis Gras 1/2 marathon, 1:03:57
  • 10th place, 2010 USATF Club XC championships
  • 12th place, 2010 Chicago Marathon, 2:15:49
  • 1st place, 2010 5/3 Riverbank 10k
  • 3rd Place, 2010 PF Chang’s RnR 1/2
  • 16th place, 2009 Boston Marathon
  • 11th place, 2008 ING NYC Marathon
  • 11th place, 2006 Boston Marathon
  • 9th place, 2008 USATF 15k Championships
  • 9th place 2005 USATF Half-Marathon Championships
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