Weight: 135 |
PR: Heptathlon 6003 (2003)
Born: April 13, 1977 in New Braunfels, Texas
Current Residence: Winston-Salem, North Carolina
High School: Georgetown (TX) HS 96
College: Northern Colorado 00
Coach: Scott Hall
Career Highlights: Two-time NCAA Div. II heptathlon champion; third at 2002 USA Outdoor Championships
Arguably the best female track athlete in Northern Colorado history, Schiemenz placed eighth in the high jump at the 2000 NCAA Div. II Outdoor Championships and earned an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship in 2000...she was named the Female National Track and Field Athlete of the Year in 2000 by the United States Track Coaches Associationshe graduated from UNC in 1999 with a degree in communications and earned her masters degree in 2002. Along the way, she has steadily improved as a heptathlete, earning her first U.S. ranking in 2002has struggled with foot injuries in 2003 and 2004.
2004: 8th at World Indoors Pentathlon (4012).
2003: 2nd at USA Outdoors (6003PR)DNF at World Outdoors (foot injury)ranked #2 in U.S. by T&FNbest of 6003.
2002: 3rd at USA Outdoors (5840)1st at Greeley (5808)2nd at Atlanta (5562)ranked #4 in U.S. by T&FNbest of 5840.
2001: 6th at USA Outdoors (5733)17th at World University Gamesbest of 5733 points.
2000: 1st at NCAA Div. II (5602)12th at USA Olympic Trials (5466)best of 5602 points.
1999: Did not compete.
1998: 1st at NCAA Div. II (5127)2nd at NCAA Div. II HJ best of 5152 points & 1.75m/5-8.75.
1997: 5th at NCAA Div. II (4,990)7th at NCAA Div. II HJ (1.72m/5-7.75)bests of 4990 points & 1.72m/5-7.75.
1996: 7th at NCAA Div. II HJbest of 1.70m/5-7.