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Jackie Choucair
Position: Distances
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Dallas, Texas
High School: The Hockaday School

Career Bests (thru end of 2014 collegiate season):
1,500 Meters: 4:44.09
1,600 Meters: 4:56.55
3,200: 10:43.92

2014 Season: Outdoors - Ran in three meets, all in the 1,500 ... made her collegiate debut at the Stanford Invitational, running 4:46.09 on April 4 ... ran season best 4:44.09 at the Brutus Hamilton Open in Berkeley on April 25 ... placed 11th at the Big Meet vs. Cal. Indoors - Did not compete.

Cross Country: Ran in three meets unattached in 2013.

High School: Won six Southwest Preparatory Conference individual championships – three in the 3,200 meters, two in the 1,600, and one in cross country … placed 15th in the 2013 U.S. junior national cross-country championships in St. Louis, and was the fifth high school runner in the race … in 2011, led The Hockaday School to its first conference cross country title in more than 30 years and to its first track championship ... had high school bests of 4:56.55 in the 1,600 and 10:43.92 in the 3,200.

Personal: Parents are Ramsey and Ginger Choucair … has two sisters, Christine and Angelina … has a wide range of interests for possible majors, including engineering, psychology, and political … anticipates attending law school … interested in possible careers in athletics and law … born in Boston … played at a high level of club soccer, including as a two-year member of the Olympic Development Program regional team, until switching to running full-time as a sophomore … before soccer, competed in gymnastics … ran for the Dallas Metroplex Striders, a running club for high school athletes that allows them to train at a higher level than many school teams, and won the 2011 national team cross country championship.

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