|Hometown:||Ellicott City, Md.|
|High School:||Mt. Saint Joseph|
2012: Begins his senior campaign as one of York's top runners . . . coming off a strong 2011 season . . . was the CAC 2011 Athlete of the Year . . . very consistent and reliable . . . gained significant experience . . . is a solid leader for the young Spartan squad . . . will look to maintain and improve upon his form from his junior year.
2011: Began his season with a time of 20:45 at the Galen E. Piper XC Challenge . . . came in 3rd place with a time of 26:55.49 at the Coach Achtzehn Classic . . . ran 13:18 and placed 30th at the Dickinson Invitational . . . followed right behind fellow Spartan Tim Hartung to finish second with a time of 28:29.28 at the CAC Championships . . . was the second Spartan to cross the finish line at the NCAA DIII Mideast Regionals coming in 44th with a time of 26:50.
2010: Put together a strong sophomore season . . . finished eighth at the Capital Athletic Conference Championships on November 6 (26:22) to garner second-team all-league honors for the first time in his career . . . took ninth in the 5k portion of the McDaniel College Green Terror Challenge on September 11 (17:06) . . . notched 10th at York's own Coach Achtzehn Classic (28:13) on September 18 . . . was the second Spartan to cross the finish line in each of York's final five meets of the season . . . ran to a 27:45 at the NCAA Mideast Regionals . . . earned second-team all-conference honors.
2009: First collegiate 3k meet notched fourth place . . . placed third with a time of 27:52.38 during the York College Invitational . . . awarded Capital Athletic Conference Cross Country Athlete-of-the-Week . . . placed eighth in the 8,000 meter contest at the Goucher Classic . . . landed in the top ten with a time of 28:31.60 at the Hood Invitational . . . finished 24th in the Capital Athletic Conference Championship . . . crossed the line at 27:47.60 during the Regional meet.
Personal: Is an entrepreneurship major . . . the son of Craig and Chris Childres . . . born on October 11, 1991.