|High School:||Woodside Priory School|
AS A SOPHOMORE (2016-17): (XC) Ran four times ... 8-kilometer season-best 26:54.8 at the Santa Clara Bronco Invitational.
(TRACK) Ran six times at 800 meters and three times at 1,500 meters ... won the 800-meter race at the Johnny Mathis Invitational by clocking a 1:59.31 ... 800-meter season-best 1:55.87 at the Oxy Invitational ... 1,500-meter season-best 3:57.84 at the Oxy Distance Carnival Spring Break Classic.
AS A FRESHMAN (2015-16): (XC) Ran unattached and finished with a time of 26:36 in the 7250m open run at the San Francisco State Quad Meet … ran unattached and posted an 8k mark of 27:09.5 in the Open race at the Bronco Invitational … ran unattached and finished with an 8k time of 28:20 at the Banana Slug Invitational.
(TRACK) Ran seven times at 800 meters and five times at 1,500 meters in his first season on the track with the Broncos ... 800-meter season-best 1:55.22 at the Bryan Clay Invitational ... 1,500-meter season-best 3:58.76 at the Oxy Invitational.
PRIOR TO SCU: Graduated from Woodside Priory School (Hillsborough, Calif.) in 2015 ... rank cross country/track in addition to playing football and basketball for the Panthers … high school coaches were Matt Lai and Tomilyn Thornberry … club coach was Jorge Chen … cross country/track captain junior and senior year.
XC: 3rd place in CCS D5 senior year … 4th place in CCS D5 junior year … First Team All-League junior and senior year … WBAL League record holder in the 1600m race (4:23.72).
TRACK: First Team All-League sophomore and senior years … WBAL League MVP junior year … 7th place in 800m CCS finals senior year ... 4th place in 800m CCS finals junior year.
HIGH SCHOOL PERSONAL BESTS
Track: 400m — 0:52.05 … 800m — 1:54.51 … 1600m — 4:23.72, 3200m — 10:13.75.
PERSONAL: Parents are Craig and Linda ... has an older step brother, Colin, and an older sister, Lauren … hobbies include basketball, ping pong and fantasy football … has participated in run with Daraja … member of wind symphony … member of Boy Scouts.
WHY COREY CHOSE SANTA CLARA: “The program is on the rise and I felt like it was the best school for me both academically and athletically. I am also very excited to have Felipe as my head coach and trust him fully. The team as a whole is ready for something big and it has been a long time coming.”