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Myah Hicks
Year: Senior
Hometown: Alexandria, Va.
High School: Edison HS

2012 CROSS COUNTRY - Competed in four events as a sophomore... Best finish was 10th overall and top Terp at the Salty Dog Invitational at Navy... Ran 23:01 over 6K... Best 6K time of season came at Lehigh Paul Short Run, where she again led Terps with 21:58 clocking and 91st-place finish... Finished 72nd overall and 3rd on team at ACC Championships in 22:45... Ran in 5th spot on team and 111th overall in 23:05 in NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional at Penn State.

2011 CROSS COUNTRY - Ran in five events for Maryland as a freshman... Strong collegiate debut with 4th-place finish and 2nd on the team at Mount St. Mary's Duals (18:34.6 over 5K)... Followed with 11th-place finish and tops on the team at Salty Dog Invitational, going 22:39.1... Best 6K time of year came in ACC Championships at Clemson, placing 62nd overall and third on team in 22:16.7... Third on the team and 51st overall at NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional, finishing in 23:18.3.... Also 3rd on team in 22:30 at Lehigh Paul Short Run.

BEFORE MARYLAND - Won Virginia State title outdoors in 800 as both a senior and junior at Edison HS after placing second as a sophomore... Posted PR of 2:08.99 to win 800 as a senior and set new state record... Won the 1,600 at the Nike Spring Invitational in 2011... Best mark in 1,000 came as a senior at Virginia Tech HS Invitational with 2:58.09... Had 5,000-meter time of 17:50.70 to finish second at Northern Regional Cross Country meet... Two-time individual champion at Glory Days Invitational in cross country... National Honor Society member and a Red Cross volunteer.

PERSONAL - Born in Frankfurt, Germany... Majoring in kinesiology... Parents are Rhonda Seales and Bernard Hicks... Likes coconut water before every event... Lists her parents and older brother Shaeban as non-sports heroes... Likes to crochet... Selected Maryland over Georgetown and Miami... Would cast Gabrielle Union in the movie of her life... Title of her autobiography would be "Me-Oh-Myah."

 


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