Year: Senior
City/State: Encinitas, CA
High School: La Costa Canyon HS
Experience: 2 Letters


AS A JUNIOR IN 2006: Earned All-CCAA honorable mention after finishing 3rd in the javelin throw at the CCAA Championships with a distance of 128’9”... CCAA Championship performance was the second best javelin throw by a Triton on the season, a career-best, and ranks 6th all-time in UCSD history... finished 15th in the triple jump at the Triton Invitational with a distance of 34’6.75”... also competed in the discus throw during the Triton Invitational and finished 7th at the meet in the javelin event with a throw of 121’1”... season-best triple jump of 36’7.50” was third-best distance for UCSD during the season... season-best discus-throw of 131’8.25 was also third-best for UCSD in that event during the season.


AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Had the best mark among UCSD women’s track and field competitors on the season in the discus event with her career-best throw of 139’8” coming at the San Diego City Championships... discus throw earned her spot in UCSD record books, coming in as the 9th best performance all-time in that event... season-best effort in the triple jump of 36’11.50” at the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational was third-best mark for a Triton on the season.


AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Had the best discus throw of the season for the Tritons with a distance of 128’6”... had the second-best javelin throw of the season with a distance of 109’10”... notched a career-best in the triple jump event with a height of 37’1.75” that was the second-best mark for UCSD during the season.


HIGH SCHOOL: A 2003 graduate of La Costa Canyon High School in Carlsbad, Calif... set statistical performance bests of 36’10” in the triple jump and 104’6” in the discus throw while in high school.


PERSONAL: Born October 8, 1985... father is Jerry Trust... has an older sister named Heather... is a Visual Arts major with a concentration in Media with Film in Thurgood Marshall College... interests include animation, graphic design, and surfing.

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