Stanford: A talented multi-event performer who has developed into one of the top heptathletes in the NCAA.
2003 Track & Field Season (Junior): Scored a career-best 5,519 points (#2 all-time at Stanford) to finish second at the Pac-10 Championships ... Named All-American after finishing tenth at the NCAA Championships with a score of 5,340 points ... Placed second at the Pac-10 Championships (19-11 3/4, 6.09m) and fourth at the NCAA West Regionals (19-9 3/4, 6.04m) in the long jump ... Ran a career best of 13.83 in the 100 meter hurdles, third best all-time at Stanford.
2002 Track & Field Season (Sophomore): Scored a season-best 5,117 points to finish sixth at the Pac-10 Championships ... Stanford's top long jumper with a leap of 19-2 3/4 ... Also ran 14.20 in the 100 meter hurdles ... Ran the lead leg on Stanford's 1600 meter relay team which had a season-best time of 3:42.01 (#7 all-time at Stanford).
2001 Track & Field Season (Freshman): Competed in the heptathlon at the Pac-10 Championships and scored 4,811 points to finish eighth, fourth-best in the freshman record book ... Competed at the U.S. Junior National Championships.
High School: An outstanding hurdler and long jumper from Brookstone High School ... A three-time Georgia state champion in the 100 meter hurdles ... The City Athlete of the Year and Female Track Athlete of the Year ... Competed at the U.S. Junior Nationals during her junior and senior seasons ... Honorable mention all-state in basketball. Cardinal Catalogue: Psychology major ... Parents are Pamela R. Bush-Hammonds and William Hammonds ... Born April 25, 1982.
Collegiate Career Bests: Heptathlon (5,519 points), 100 meter hurdles (13.83); Long jump (19-11 3/4, 6.09)