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Santa Rosa Junior College Athletics

Women's Track & Field Overview

Women's Track & Field Overview

2013 Season Highlights

  • 5th in Big 8 Conference

Fielding a small but talented team, SRJC Women's Track and Field had a solid season that saw a number of all-time top-ten SRJC marks. Tori Dwyer and Marina Lecoeuche finished their careers at SRJC with the 4th and 5th fastest 3000m Steeple chases in school history. Tori competed at the JC State Meet, finishing 12th. Allyson Bricker and Kayla Sealey were the first ever heptathletes in SRJC history, their marks finished 1st and second all time at SRJC. Allison Bricker finished with a school record of 3436 points. Allyson also finished the season in the 8th all-time spot in the triple jump with a mark of 34'8". Courtney Tuck snagged the 10th all-time high jump mark with a jump of 5' ½". Luisa McInnis reached second all-time in the high jump with a mark of 5'6 ½" qualifying for the JC State Meet, finishing 6th in the State. Lea Bulter was able to capture three top ten marks in her career at SRJC. Lea holds the 6th best long jump with a mark of 17'3", the 4th best triple jump with a mark of 35'4", and the 3rd best mark in the pole vault with a jump of 11'7". Lea finish 2nd in the state winning All-American Honors.

Program History

Santa Rosa Junior College Women's Track and Field is a team on the rise. With a new coaching staff, a new look, and a new crop of local talent, SRJC Women's Track and Field looks to put its mark on the CCCAA.

Led by coaches David Wellman (Head Coach) Mike Wortman (Distance), Jan DeSoto (Throws), Cat Wagner (Sprints/Hurdles), Jim McCray (Pole Vault/High Jump), and Josh Codding (Hep/Dec), the Bear Cubs are beginning to return to the quality program it once was. Following a rebuilding season, the Bear Cubs look to continue the momentum and be one of the top Track and Field programs in the state.

Our number one goal here at SRJC is to develop the student-athletes academically and physically so that they are able to transfer to a four-year university that allows them to flourish as a student and an athlete. We do this giving our athletes the one on one attention that young runners need to develop into top tier college athletes. With this individualized focus, our athletes grow to be strong and consistent runners. SRJC Track and Field competes in the Big 8 Conference. This is arguably one of the most competitive conferences in the CCCAA system.

If you are interested in competing for SRJC women's cross country, please contact coach David Wellman at