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Casey Buck
Position: Heptathlon
Year: Freshman
City/State: San Jose, CA
High School: Leigh HS
College: Muir
Major: Communication
Experience: High School
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AS A JUNIOR IN 2016
CCAA Spring All-Academic.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2015
CCAA All-Academic ... Threw 35'6" in the shot put at San Diego Collegiate Challenge ... Hit mark of 17'6.25" in the long jump, earning an individual win in the event at the All-UC Championships ... Recorded a personal-best mark of 17'11" in the long jump at California Collegiate Invitational, good for first place.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2014
Competed in the heptathlon ... Finished eighth at CCAA Championships (5/1-2) with a score of 4182 points ... Mark put her at No. 9 on UCSD's all-time top-10 list ... Season-best marks in the 200, 800, 100 hurdles and shot put all came during the heptathlon ... Earned her best marks of the season in the high jump, 5'2.25", at Cal-Nevada Championships (4/5), in the long jump with a distance of 18'0.5" at Triton Invitational (4/26), and in the javelin at the Rossi Relays (2/22) with a mark of 93'0".

CLUB
Competed for Heritage Track Club from 2011-13.

HIGH SCHOOL
A 2013 graduate of Leigh High School in San Jose ... Finished second in the long jump with a leap of 17'7" at CCS Championships in 2012 ... Also competed in the high jump (5'2"), 100-meter hurdles (15.66), 60 hurdles (9.22), shot put (32'7"), 200 (26.7) and pole vault (9'6") ... Varsity Girl's Most Outstanding Competitor (2012).

PERSONAL
Born April 28, 1995 in Mountain View ... Parents are Bryan and Agi Buck ... Has an older sister named Alexis ... Communication major at Muir College ... Making finals at the Simplot Games is her most memorable experience competing in her sport.

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