A 2012 graduate of Torrey Pines High School in San Diego ... Was First Team and Second Team All- Palomar League as a senior (2012) ... Named to second team all-league in junior year (2011) ... Selected by coaches as "Most Valuable Field Athlete" during sophomore, junior and senior years (2010-12) ... Team placed second at CIF in back-to-back years (2011-12) ... The Falcons were Palomar League Champions all four of her years (2009-12) ... Set personal-record height of 5'4" in the women's high jump at the Bronco Invitational, where she finished in first place during her final year (2012) ... Reached personal-record distance of 36'10" in the triple jump during her third-place showing at the CIF San Diego Section Finals, matching her highest finish at the finals level of CIF, in her senior year (2012) ... Finished third initially at the CIF San Diego Section Prelims after jumping a distance of 36'2.25" in the triple jump as a senior (2012) ... Leaped a career-best length of 16'2.25" in the long jump at the Asics/Mt. Carmel Invitational during her junior year to place second overall (2011) ... Also competed in soccer for two years with the Falcons (2009-10).
Born on Nov. 21, 1994 in Scottsdale, Ariz. ... Daughter of Melanie and Jeff Wildenthaler, who are both graduates of Wittenberg University ... Has an older brother named Paul and an older sister named Ali ... Majors in political science (public law) at Warren College ... Clearing 5'2" in eighth grade and beating all the boys is her most memorable track and field moment ... Hobbies include listening to music, hanging with friends, hiking, going to the beach, and surfing ... Cheers for the teams of whatever school she is attending ... Her favorite athlete is Croatian high jumper Blanka Vlasic ... "Warrior" is her favorite film ... Has Macklemore on her playlist ... Lists turkey, pickle and mayo sandwiches as the one food she would eat for the rest of her life if given the chance ... Her family members and most writers are among her greatest influences ... Plans to go to law school and become a lawyer.