Wyoming Women Earn Accolade for Ninth-Straight Year
Page Finishes 17 Seconds Shy of All-America Honors
Amos Bowen and Holly Page in Contention for All-America Honors
First Time Wyoming has Male and Female at National Meet Since 2007
Cowgirls Coming Off Highest Finish Ever at MW Championships
An interview with Wyoming's Holly Page, who was named the Mountain West Freshman of the Year.
2014-15: Finished her career as arguably the best distance Cowgirl of all time...paced Wyoming in all six meets...top showing was third overall at the Mountain West Championships in 20:18, the fastest six kilometers by a Cowgirl since 1990...finish earned her a third-straight All-MW First Team honor and was the highest individual finish ever by a Cowgirl at the conference meet...earned All-Region honors by claiming sixth in 21:18 at the NCAA Mountain Region meet and became the first Cowgirl to qualify for the NCAA Championships since 2007....ran 21:01, the sixth-fastest 6k, at the national meet to place 71st...earned fifth at the Washington Invite in 20:31, the second-fastest 6k, to claim Mountain West Athlete of the Week...paced Wyoming over the last 18 races of her career (all of 2012, 2013 and 2014) and won three meets along the way...10 seconds was the closest a fellow Wyoming runner ever finished to her...owned two of the top 15 times in Wyoming's fastest four-kilometer list, one in the five-kilometer list and five in the six-kilometer list, including the fastest in each category (13:37 in the 4k, 17:18 in the 5k and 20:18 in the 6k).
2013-14: Continued to be Wyoming's top Cowgirl during the season...paced UW in all six races to extend her streak to 12 total races...earned All-Mountain West First Team honors with a sixth-place finish in 21:49...became the first Cowgirl ever to earn two All-MW First Team accolades...claimed All-Region honors at the NCAA Mountain Regional with a 21st-place finish in 21:07..her time was the third-fastest 6 kilometers by a Cowgirl since 1990...won the Utah Valley Invite in 18:03 for her second career individual title...finished runner-up at the CSU Invite in 18:08 and the Highlander Invite in 17:18...her time at the Highlander Invite was the fastest 5 kilometers by a Cowgirl since 1990...named MW Academic All-Conference and a MW Scholar Athlete in the classroom.
2012-13: Was Wyoming's top finisher in all six meets during the season...finished second at the Rust Buster in 14:33 ... won the Montana St. Invitational in 17:17 ... placed ninth at the Rocky Mountain Shootout in 21:45 ... earned second place at the Highlander Invitational in 13:37 ... named first team All-MW following her fourth-place finish at the Mountain West Championship in 21:02 ... her time was the second fastest 6k in UW history since 1990 ... competed at the NCAA Mountain Regional for 28th place in 21:21 ... named MW Academic All-Conference and a MW Scholar Athlete.
2011-12: Named the MW Freshman of the Year ... competed at Pre-Nationals, finishing 69th with a time of 22:10 ... placed 20th at the MW Championship in 22:13 ... finished in 22:26 for 42nd place at the NCAA Mountain Regional ... named MW Academic All-Conference.
Before Wyoming: A four-time letterwinner in both cross country and track at Bishop Moore High School ... a team captain for the cross country team and a two-time district champ in the 1,600-meter run ... owns the school record in the 5k ... member of the National Honor Society, a two-year honor roll member and was involved in the peer ministry.
Personal: Born Aug. 13 in Orlando, Fla., to Gregg and Julie Page ... has two sisters, Brooke and Darcy ... majoring in elementary education ... grandfather, Robert Page, played football at North Carolina.