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Camille Jackson




Ames, Iowa

Previous School

Ames High School/Colorado

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Outdoor Track & Field (Sophomore): Competed in two meets during first outdoor season at UNM…ran a personal best 1,500 meters time of 5:23.88 minutes at the UNM Spring Invitational.

Indoor Track & Field (Sophomore): Participated in four meets during first indoor season with the Lobos…ran a personal best mile time of 5:57.11 minutes at the Don Kirby Elite.

Cross Country (Sophomore): Competed in two meets in debut as a Lobo…ran a season-best time of 26:21.5 minutes in the 6k at the Texas Tech Open on Sept. 17.

University of Colorado (2020-22)

Outdoor Track and Field (REDSHIRT): Did not compete.

Indoor Track and Field (Freshman): Competed in the Potts Invitational, finishing 19th in the 3,000-meters with a time of 11:01.29 minutes on Jan. 15.

Cross Country (REDSHIRT): Did not compete.


Outdoor Track and Field (Freshman): Competed in three outdoor meets during debut collegiate season…finished fourth in the 3,000-meters at the CU Invitational on April 10 with a time of 10:23.29 minutes.

Indoor Track and Field (Canceled-COVID-19): Did not compete.

Cross Country (Freshman): Placed 24th at the Pac-12 Championships on March 5, running a 6k time of 20:13.3 minutes…placed 100th at the NCAA Cross Country Championships on March 15 with a time of 21:29.8 minutes…competed in four meets during debut collegiate season.

Ames High School (Class of 2020)

Graduated from Ames High School in 2020…2019 Iowa High School Cross Country champion and broke state record with time of 17:30…tallied back-to-back top-10 finishes at the IHSAA Iowa 4A State XC Championships her junior and senior years…finished ninth in 2018…member of the National Honor Society.

Jackson on choosing UNM: “I chose UNM because I was looking for a set of coaches, teammates, and an overall program that would be intentional about the things that matter most in order to become the best athlete and person I can be while enjoying the process.”