- Macy Huskey
- Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
- Cardinal Gibbons
5K: 18:30.15 (Disney XC Classic, 10/12/13)
6K: 21:51.58 (NCAA South Region Championship, 11/15/13)
2013: Ran five meets her redshirt sophomore season in 2013 and set career-best marks in both the 5k and 6k…Was twice in UF’s scoring corps when she crossed fourth for the Gators at the Mountain Dew Invitational in Gainesville Sept. 14 and third for Florida at the Disney Cross Country Classic in Orlando Oct. 12 with a 5k collegiate-best mark of 18:30.15…Ran her best 6k at the NCAA South Region Championships in Tuscaloosa, clocking a 21:51.58…Also ran for UF at both the Wisconsin adidas Invitational and SEC Championships at home in Gainesville.
2012: Competed in one cross country meet for the Orange and Blue her sophomore year as a Gator…Turned in a 79th place overall finish at UF’s Mountain Dew Invitational Sept. 15, 2012, crossing ninth overall for the Gators at Florida’s only home meet of the season.
2011: Ran the first three meets of the 2011 Florida cross country season: the Western Carolina Invite, South Florida Invitational and the Mountain Dew Invitational…Crossed 10th for the Orange and Blue in Cullowhee in the two-mile run (12:50.49), while scoring a season-best fourth for the Gators at the USF Invite with a collegiate-best 5K performance (19:22.81)…Went on to cross the finish line 10th for Florida at the Gators’ home-hosted Mountain Dew Invitational Sept. 24 (19:36.84).
Prep: A Cardinal Gibbons High School product from Fort Lauderdale, Fla….Recorded personal-best times of 5:01.91 (1,600m), 18:30.61 (three mile) and 18:59.60 (5,000m) entering college…Placed sixth at the 2011 FSHAA Class 2A State Championships in the 1,600m and was seventh overall in the 800m at that event…As a sophomore in 2009, Huskey was the Miami Herald’s High School Athlete of the Year…She holds the school record in the 800m (2:19), mile (5:01.91) and 5K in cross country (18:59.60) and went undefeated against Broward County competition in the 1,600m from her sophomore to senior year, winning three consecutive district crowns.