AS A SENIOR IN 2015
USTFCCCA All-Region (triple jump) ... CCAA champion (triple jump) ... Team captain ... Won CCAA's Dr. Hal Charnofsky Memorial Award for distinguishing herself in the classroom as well as her sport ... USTFCCCA All-Academic ... CCAA All-Academic ... CCAA Spring All-Academic ... CCAA Athlete of the Week (4/7) ... UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (5/4).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2014
USTFCCCA All-Region (triple jump) ... USTFCCCA All-Academic ... CCAA All-Academic ... Team captain ... UCSD National Student-Athlete Day honoree ... Competed in the triple jump for the Tritons at the CCAA Championships where she took second ... Her 39'7.75" leap at the CCAA Championships is her personal best, moving her up to No. 3 on UCSD's all-time list ... Placed first in the triple jump at the All-Cal Championships (3/8) and at the San Diego Collegiate Challenge (3/15).
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2013
USTFCCCA All-Academic ... CCAA All-Academic ... Competed in two jumping events at CCAA Championships, finishing top eight in both the high jump and triple jump ... Earned personal-best marks in both events ... At the UCSD Triangular Meet she leaped a distance of 5'3" ... At the San Diego Collegiate Challenge, recorded an NCAA B cut as well as the fourth-best mark in school history with a mark of 39'5.75" in the triple jump.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2012
Competed in a pair of events at the CCAA Championships ... Tied for 13th overall and tied for fourth in her flight of the high jump, reaching a top height of 4'11" ... Also faced competition in the triple jump, in which she leaped to a distance of 36'0.25" ... Earned a personal-best mark of 36'10.25" in the triple jump at the Rossi Relays, where she took sixth place ... Recorded a season-best mark of 5'1" in the high jump at the All-Cal Challenge, in which she placed fourth overall.
A 2011 graduate of La Quinta High School ... Placed first in the Desert Valley League for triple jump all four years with the Blackhawks ... Also placed first in high jump her freshman and junior years, earning her the Most Valuable Jumper award twice ... Recorded statistical bests of 36'6" in the triple jump, 5'2" in the high jump ... Played volleyball as a freshman and sophomore.
Born Dec. 12, 1992 in Los Angeles ... Parents are Rodney and Tammy Justice ... Has one older brother named Jeron ... Majoring in psychology at Roosevelt College ... Has plans to become a psychologist after graduating from UCSD ... Getting personal record in the triple jump at a meet last year in front of family and friends is her most memorable track and field moment ... Favorite UCSD moment was meeting her roommate, Hollie, who is now one of her best friends ... Enjoys learning to play the guitar and reading ... Roots for USA Volleyball ... Favorite athlete is Lolo Jones ... How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days is her favorite flick ... Listens to Lady Antebellum ... Loves pizza ... Jesus Christ, her brother and her parents are her greatest influences.