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*Five-Time All-American*

Career Bests (thru 2014 indoors):
800 Meters: 2:00.97
1,500: 4:14.69
Mile: 4:39.81i
1,000: 2:42.26i

Stanford Record Book:
Outdoors
800:1st
1,500: 7th
4x400 Relay: 3rd
Indoors
800: 1st
Mile: 6th
4x400 Relay: 1st, 7th
Distance Medley Relay: 1st, 5th

At Stanford: Completed collegiate eligibility at the 2014 NCAA indoor championships, helping Stanford to a second place in the distance medley relay ... finished career as the school-record holder in the 800 (2:00.97) ... was third in the 2013 NCAA outdoor 800 ... had a breakthrough 2012, breaking the school 800-meter indoor and outdoor records and earning All-America honors in each season.

2014 Season: Indoors - Anchored Stanford to second in the distance medley relay (11:08.28) in the NCAA indoor championships, earning her second first-team All-America honor, including indoors and outdoors ... declined an individual berth in the 800 at the NCAA championships in Albuquerque, N.M., to run fresh in the DMR ... placed third in the mile (4:39.81) at the MPSF Championships ... broke two school records in one meet, at the Penn State National on Jan. 31-Feb. 1 ... won the invitational 800 at Penn State in 2:03.25 to break Amy Weissenbach's school record, as well as the meet and track records ... also anchored Stanford to victory in the distance medley relay, running a 1,600 split of 4:33.3 in a school record 10:54.04 ... the relay time broke track and meet records, and was the fastest in the U.S. to that point ... anchored Stanford to a meet record in the 4x400 in 3:38.68 at the Husky Classic ... her 2:42.26 to win the UW Indoor Preview in the 1,000 is a school record. 

2013 Season: Outdoors - Placed third at the NCAA Championships in 2:01.67, breaking her own school record by nearly two seconds ... it was the highest finish ever in the 800 by a Stanford woman ... reclaimed her Stanford record on July 6 at the Paris IAAF Diamond League meet in Saint-Denis, France by running 2:00.97 to place ninth … finished fifth for France in the European Under-23 Championships in 2:04.49 … at NCAA’s, was sixth going into the final turn ... found room on the rail and battled stride for stride with LSU's Charlene Lipsey before outleaning the 2012 NCAA runner-up for third ... also earned honorable mention All-America honors by anchoring the Cardinal 4x400 to 17th at the NCAA's though it did not advance to the final ... was second in the Pac-12 to Oregon's Laura Roesler, in 2:07.23 ... won her heat and was the second overall placer at the NCAA West Prelims (2:04.50) ... Big Meet winner in the 800 at 2:04.94, and won the Jim Click Shootout in Tucson, in 2:03.93 ... improved upon her best 1,500 by 15 seconds in one season ... ran a blazing 4:14.69 in the 1,500 -- moving to No. 7 on Stanford's all-time list -- to finish second in the second section of the Payton Jordan Invitational ... through the NCAA's, her times were No. 3 in the 800 and No. 21 in the 1,500 among collegians ... a USTFCCCA All-Academic selection ... named Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention. Indoors - Did not compete.

2012 Season: Outdoors - Broke a nine-year-old school record in the 800 by running 2:03.54 to place fifth in her first-round heat at the NCAA Championships, finishing one spot from the finals and a first-team All-America designation ... that time placed her at No. 39 on the 2012 U.S. performance list ... placed fifth at the Pac-12 Championships, running 2:05.52 ... went on to place second in the NCAA West Preliminary Round in 2:05.57 ... earned USTFCCCA All-Academic honors. Indoors - Set a Stanford indoor 800 record of 2:05.68 in placing fifth at the MPSF Championships ... earned second-team All-America honors by running the 1,200 opening leg of Stanford's ninth-place distance medley relay team at the NCAA Championships ... the team ran 11:14.61 ... led off the DMR that ran 11:04.31 to place fifth at MPSF's ... that time ranked Stanford at No. 14 on the 2012 U.S. performance list ... MPSF All-Academic selection.

2011 Season: Outdoors - Qualified for the NCAA Preliminary Round in the 800 ... placed fourth at the Pac-10 Championships in the 800 in 2:06.53 ... the Big Meet runner-up in the 800 after running 2:09.86 ... ran an outdoor best of 2:06.46 at the Payton Jordan Invitational. Indoors - Placed fourth at the MPSF Championships in the 800, running 2:07.37 ... also contributed to the third-place team in the DMR at the MPSF Championships by running the 800-meter leg ... earned a collegiate-best time of 2:06.27 in the 800 at the UW Last Chance Meet.

2010 Season: Outdoors - Ran a collegiate best of 2:10.77 in the 800 meters at the Payton Jordan Invite. Indoors - Placed sixth in the mile at the MPSF Championships in 4:50.54 ... also a member of the distance medley relay that placed third at the MPSF's ... season best in the mile came at the Husky Classic with a time of 4:49.17 ... top 800 time indoors of 2:13.32 came at the Texas A&M Challenge.

Cross Country: Did not run in any races in college until being a surprise choice to run the 2012  NCAA West Regionals ... in her second race, was the No. 5 runner for Stanford on its third-place team at the NCAA Championships ... ran in three races in 2013.

International: Finished fifth for France in the European Under-23 Championships in 2:04.49 in Tampere, Finland, on July 12, 2013.

High School: Three-time Central Coast Section and Peninsula Athletic League cross country champion (2006-08) ... placed fifth in Division I at the 2008 California state cross country meet ... seven-time PAL champion in track and field, including three straight 800-meter titles ... 2009 CCS 800-meter champion ... Arcadia Invitational champion at 800 meters in 2007 and 2009 ... 2007 Mt. SAC Relays champion in the 1,600 meters ... Stanford Invite mile champion in 2007 and runner-up in 2009 ... owned high school personal bests of 2:08.08 in the 800 meters and 4:51.4 in the 1,600 meters ... fifth at the state track championships as a freshman.

Personal: Majoring in earth systems ... parents are Dominique Fedronic and Katalin Breier-Fedronic ... three younger brothers, Mark, Theo and Lucas ... born in Heidelberg, Germany, and lived in France until moving to the U.S. at age 6 ... a dual citizen of France and Hungary, and speaks both languages fluently … father was a competitive figure skater and competed at the world junior championships … uncle Fernand was a French national champion in figure skating.

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