Tuesday Wilson
Tuesday Wilson
Height: 5-4
Year: Jr.
Hometown: York, Pa.
High School: Eastern York
Major: Nursing

2011: Enters her junior season with the Spartans after a strong first two seasons ... has built an outstanding base and gained significant experience during her career ... is one of York's most talented runners ... continually pushes herself ... driven .... should be among York's leaders throughout the season.

2010: Was the first Spartan to cross the finish line in two races - the Goucher Classic on October 9 and the Battle of the Buggy on October 23 ... ran to a 26:14.30 at Goucher ... posted a 25:03 at Elizabethtown's Battle of the Buggy ... came in 22nd at the Capital Athletic Conference Championships on November 6 with a 24:20 ... ran to a time of 21:00 at York's own Coach Achtzehn Classic on September 18 as she placed 16th overall ... was the second Spartan to finish at the NCAA Mideast Regionals where she clocked a 26:06.60 ... at Salisbury's Don Cathcart Invitational, she posted a 24:52.

2009: Grabbed eighth in the 3k portion of the Green Terror Challenge at McDaniel ... helped York to a Spartan Invitational I team victory by finishing third with a 21:31.59 ... ran to a 22nd place finish at the Spartan Invitational II ... one of York's three top-ten performers at the Goucher College Classic, finishing eighth, and helping York to a meet victory ... combined with Ryan Janes to place second with a combined time of 36:35 ... in just her first conference championships, finished only one spot out of the all-conference accolades secured 16th for the Green and White running a 26:18.54 ... competed at the NCAA Mideast Regionals.

Personal: Is a nursing major ... is the daughter of Wilmer and Melissa Wilson ... born on September 17, 1991 ... participated in varsity club, interact, students taking action against tobacco club, and career club in high school ... hobbies include painting and horseback riding ... names her parents as the people she most admires ... favorite athlete is Steve Prefontaine ... chose York because "it is close to home and has a great nursing program" ... lists her most significant athletic achievement as taking second in the 10,000 meters at the 2011 Capital Athletic Conference Women's Track & Field Championships ... her most memorable athletic moment while at York is being part of taking second place as a team at the 2011 CAC Women's Track & Field Championships ... after graduation she plans on becoming a registered nurse working in either labor and delivery or pediatrics and hopes to someday run a marathon.

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