|| Adam Tenforde
Stanford: Clearly one of the top prospects at Stanford in recent years
His talents as a distance runner have already shined in track where he was an NCAA provisional qualifier in the 10,000 meters last year.
2000 Track & Field Season (Freshman): Competed in the 5,000 and 10,000 meters
Attained an NCAA provisional time of 29:38.95 in the 10,000 meters
His time in the 10,000 meters is fifth-best ever for a freshman.
2000 Cross Country Season (Sophomore): Ran in two races.
1999 Cross Country Season (Freshman): Competed in two races, the Pac-10s, and the NCAAs, where he helped Stanford to its fourth-straight NCAA trophy.
High School: One of the nations top high school runners in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters
Captured the Washington state high school title in the 3,200 meters for a second straight year
After finishing second during his junior season in the 1,600 meters, he won the state title in his senior campaign
Best times were 4:09.88 in the 1,600 meters, and 8:57.19 in the 3,200 meters
Finished fourth in the 3,200 meters in a highly competitive field at the Golden West Invitational in 1999, and sixth in the two-mile at the 1998 National Scholastic meet in North Carolina
Placed third at the Footlocker Nationals in Florida during his senior season
Finished sixth in an extremely strong field at the U.S. Junior Nationals in cross country
His effort earned him a spot on the Junior World team, and he later competed in the Junior World Championships in Belfast, Northern Ireland
Captured the Washington state cross country title with a course record time
The Gatorade Washington State Track Athlete of the Year
ESPN Scholar-Athlete in the West region
An All-American in the 3,200 meters by Track & Field News.
Cardinal Catalogue: Human Biology major
Maintained a perfect 4.0 gpa throughout his years at Hanford High School
Member of the National Honor Society
Born August 9, 1980.
Collegiate Career Bests: 5,000 meters (14:35.81); 10,000 meters (29:38.95)