UCSD Track & Field BIO
 Sara Graber

CCAA All-Academic.

A 2012 graduate of Rancho Bernardo High School in San Diego ... Earned best marks as a senior for the Broncos, including a third-place finish in the 400-meter run with a personal-best time of 1 minute, 3.04 seconds at the dual meet against Westview (2012) ... Earned a career-best 4x800 relay split of 2:32.50 as a senior at the Bronco Invitational (2012) ... Had best 4x400-relay split as a sophomore, clocking in a leg of 1:04.20 in her 2010 season during a dual meet against Carlsbad ... Reached a personal-best mark of 2:20.50 in the 800 during second-place showing at dual meet against Vista as a freshman (2009) ... Claimed best performance in the 1,600 with a time of 5:25.30 in second-place finish against Carlsbad during her freshman year with the Broncos (2009) ... Won the prelims (2:21.37) and took third in the finals (2:20.57) of the 800 at the Palomar League Finals as a freshman (2009) ... Finished the 800 in 12th place at the CIF San Diego Section Prelims with a time of 2:21.69 in her first year at RBHS (2009) ... Also ran cross country for the Broncos ... Clocked personal-best races in the three mile at the North County Conference Championships (19:45, 38th) and in the 5k at the Running Center Southern California Invitational (22:29.46, 53rd) during her final cross country season (2011).

Born Feb. 10, 1994 in San Diego ... Daughter of John and Marie Graber ... Has an older sister named Kristina and a younger brother named Erik ... Father played tennis for UC Irvine ... Aunt Mary Graber was a tennis player for Trinity College ... Majors in biology at Marshall College ... Enjoys hiking, figure skating and yoga in her spare time ... Listens to Florence + the Machine ... Michelle Kwan is her favorite athlete ... Could eat rolled tacos for the rest of her life if given the opportunity ... Her grandma, her sister and her high school cross country coach are her greatest influences.

Position: Distance
Year: Freshman
City/State: San Diego, CA
High School: Rancho Bernardo HS
College: Marshall
Major: Biology
Experience: High School
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