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Njeri Omawahleh
Njeri  Omawahleh


Norfolk, Va.

High School:
Edison HS





'Dogs Wrap Up MW Championships

The Fresno State track team completed the last day of the Mountain West Championships with two school records broken, two USATF Junior National Qualifiers and top eight finishers in their events

Last updated on July 10, 2014

Outdoor (Freshman):
Competed at seven meets ... was a member of the winning 4x400m relay team at the Mountain West Championships that came in with a time of 3:38.45, which was the fastest recorded time of the season.. that relay team went on to compete at the NCAA Western Preliminaries where they placed 17th with a time of 3:38.56... she also ran on the sixth place finishing 4x100 relay team at the Mountain West Championships... individually she earned a career-best time of 24.09 in the 200m at the Mountain West Championships where she placed third... won the Fresno State vs. Cal Poly Dual meet in the 400m with a career-best time of 56.87.

Indoor (Freshman):
Finished her indoor season at the Mountain West Championships competing in the 200m and took 16th place with a time of 25.24.

Prior to Fresno State:
Four-year letterwinner in track at Edison High ... was the team captain in 2012 and 2013 ... was the Edison High Female Athlete of the Year in 2012 and 2013 ... also a three-time CIF State Championship medal-winner and a three-time first-team All-Fresno Bee performer ... owns four school records and two County Metro Athletic Conference and Central Section records.

Born on January 29, 1995 in Norfolk, Va. ... parents are Nailah and Maat Omawahleh ... has a brother, Kamau and two sisters, Zula and Dhakiya ... her biggest athletic thrill is achieving a personal best mark ... came to Fresno State because she earned a full-ride scholarship and because she knew the area well.


● 100m - 12.12, Cal Poly Invitational (3/29/14)
● 200m - 24.09, Mountain West Track & Field Championships (5/15/14)
● 400m - 56.87, Fresno State vs. Cal Poly Dual (3/15/14)

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