Event: Triple Jump
PR: Triple Jump 13.59m/44-7 (2002)
Born: February 14, 1979 in Cleveland, Ohio
Current Residence: Algonquin, Ill.
High School: Cleveland Heights (Ohio) HS 98
College: Florida State University 02
Coach: Dennis Nobles
Agent: Karen Locke
Career Highlights: 2002 NCAA womens triple jump champion; 3rd at 2002 USA Outdoor Championships
In winning the womens triple jump at the 2002 NCAA Outdoor Championships in La., Bundy became the first Lady Seminoles to win an NCAA Outdoor title since 1987. With her winning leap of 13.41m/44-0.0, Bundy beat out Wichita State freshman Ineta Radevica, by one inch, on her final attempt of the evening. As a prep, Bundy was ranked in the top ten nationally in both the 100m and 200m. She was the Ohio state champion in the 100 meters 4x100m and 4x200m relays as a junior. In addition to setting the Ohio state record at 55 meters in 7.12 seconds, Bundy was named the Ohio track and field MVP in 1996a psychology major at Florida StateBundys sister Adrienne ran track at the University of Kentucky.
2003: Runner-up at USA Indoors (13.70m/44-11.50)1st in Tallahassee
(13.75m/45-1.5)5th at USA Outdoors (13.79m/45-3)
2002: NCAA Outdoor TJ champ (13.41m/44-0.0)3rd at USA Outdoors (13.79m/45-3w)1st at Tallahassee (13.36m/43-10)1st at Atlantic Coast Conference Champs (13.33m/43-8.75)ranked #3 in U.S. by T&FNbest of 13.59m/44-7.
2001: 3rd at ACC Indoors 60m (7.49)2nd at TJ at ACC Indoor & Outdoor Championships8th at Atlanta (12.56m/41-2.50)best of 12.56m/41-2.5.