PR: 5794 (1999)
Born: August 28, 1977, in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Current Residence: Redwood City, Calif.
High School: Cate School (Calif.) '95
College: Stanford '99
Coach: Edrick Floreal
Career Highlights: 1999 NCAA Champion; 2000 NCAC U-25 Heptathlon Champ; 4th at 2001 USA Outdoors
Lawyer is in her second year as an assistant track & field coach at her alma mater, Stanford University. The only woman in Pac-10 history to win three consecutive conference titles ('97-'99), Lawyer finished 7th at the 2000 U.S. Olympic Trials. She was a three-time All-American for the Cardinal and won the NCAA Heptathlon title as a senior. A dual sport athlete at Stanford, Lawyer was also a member of the Cardinal nationally ranked women's soccer team Lawyer is the school record holder in the heptathlon and was named the Stanford Female Athlete of the Year in 1999. She has her undergraduate degree in biology.
2002: Did not compete.
2001: 4th at USA Outdoors (5767) ranked #4 in U.S. by T&FN best of 5767.
2000: 7th at U.S. Olympic Trials (5844) Won NCAC U-25 Champs bests of 5995w and 5-11.5.
1999: 6th at USA Outdoors Heptathlon 6th at World University Games Won NCAAs Won Pac 10 Heptathlon 4th at Pac 10 HJ bests of 5794 and 5-11.5.
1998: 7th at USA Outdoors 2nd at NCAAs Won Pac 10 Heptathlon 6th in HJ at NCAAs 3rd at Pac 10 Outdoors HJ bests of 5809 and 6-0.
1997: 3rd at NCAAs Won Pac 10 Outdoors Heptathlon 4th at Pac 10 HJ bests of 5680 and 6-0.
1996: 2nd at USA Juniors 6th at Pac 10 Outdoors Heptathlon 3rd at Pac 10 Outdoors HJ bests of 5109 and 5-10.75.
1995: 4th at USA Juniors HJ best of 5-9 (HJ).
1994: Best of 5-10 (HJ).
1993: Bests of 4331 and 5-10 (HJ).
1992: Best of 4254.