Kaitlynn Castaneda
    Kaitlynn Castaneda

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Dearborn Heights, Mich.

    Last College:
    Fresno City College

    Height:
    5-5

    Event:
    Sprints

    Last updated on June 22, 2012

    Fresno State:

    2012 Track (Senior): Competed in the indoor season and in one outdoor meet ... participated in the shot put, pentathlon, high jump, 800-meter race, and the 60-meter hurdles ... set personal records in each event ... set another personal record in the outdoor season at the Cal Poly/Fresno Dual meet with a mark of 4.85-meters.

    2011 Track (Junior): Competed in five outdoor meets for the Bulldogs and one indoor competition.

    2011 Cross Country (Junior): Competed in the Roadrunner Invitational in Bakersfield, Calif. ... Finished the 5k with a time of 26:39.

    Fresno City College: Participated two years on the Fresno City track and field team...events included pole vaulting and sprints...placed first in Nor CAL in the pole vault and 6th in state for California Community Colleges.

    Annapolis High School: Four-year letterwinner in track and field...broke her high schools record in the pole vault and in the 4x4...participated in the state meet her junior and senior seasons in pole vault and the 200m...earned all-conference and all-league honors all fours years...was a cross-country, volleyball and basketball.

    Personal: Born Feb. 4, 1989 in Visalia, Calif....parents are Elisa Foster and Steve Loflin... has four siblings: Cryssina, Rhesa, Caleb and twin sister, Courtney who competes on the track and field team also... stepfather, Robert Foster, competed in track & field at Fresno State and went on to the Olympics twice...enjoys hanging out with teammates, road trips to Los Angeles and Pismo Beach, eating and taking naps...lists her biggest athletic thrill as winning Nor CAL finals in 2009 in pole vault...most admires her mom because of her great achievements while raising my twin sister and I...chose Fresno State because she likes the pride that Fresno State athletes and students have in their school.

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