Third time since 1995 women's squad honored
Paige Callahan grabs a spot Top 25 in South Central Regionals
Green Wave looks for continued improvement in possible last meet of the 2012 season
Women improve and men repeat at C-USA championships in Mississippi
Paige Callahan takes first place for her first individual win
|Arceneaux's Career Best Performances|
2013 (Senior):Competed in one meet on the season...posted a ninth-place finish with Amanda Savage at the UNO Quad Meet 6K Relay, notching a joint time of 28:02.25.
2012 (Junior):Competed in four of the five regular season meets, as well as the NCAA South Central Regionals...did not compete in the Crimson Classic (10/13/12)...posted a time of 25:29.78 during the Azalea City Classic (9/15/12)...ran the Screamin' Eagle Festival in 21:10.71 (9/22/12)...finished the Disney Classic with a time of 20:45.50 (10/6/12)...competed in the Conference USA Championships, running in 21:22.10 (10/27/12)...participated in the NCAA South Central Regional 6K and finished with a time of 24:57.04 (11/10/12)
2011 (Sophomore) Competed in one of the team's six meets...covered the 4K course at the Rice Invitational (9/16) in 17:26.00.
2010 (Freshman):Competed in four of the team's seven meets...ran two 5K and two 6K races during the season...posted a season-best time of 20:06.00 at the 5-kilometer distance during the Conference USA Championships (11/1)...also ran 20:35.50 on the 5K course at the Crimson Classic (9/18)...posted a season-best 6K time at the LSU Invitational (9/25) with a 23:48.78 showing...ran 25:20.85 at the 6K distance during the Watson Ford Invitational (10/8).
About Aimee Arceneaux
Prep: Lettered all four years in cross country and track and field at Rockwall Heath High School for head coach Libby Holley...was selected as the team captain during her junior and senior seasons...was named the team MVP during her sophomore season...qualified for the Texas 4A Regional Cross Country Championships all four seasons with the Hawks...earned the school Mist Improved Athlete Award as a sophomore...posted her top time in the 1600-meter and 32000-meter events as a junior with a 5:30 clip and an 11:30 showing, respectively...in the classroom, graduated third in her class of 436...was a member of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, the Mathematics Honor Society, and the French National Honor Society...earned the Academic Achievement Award all four years at RHHS...was honored with the 100 Hours of Service Award.
Personal: Born Aimee Diane Arceneaux on May 13, 1992...the daughter of Wayne Arceneaux...has one brother, Beau Arceneaux, and one sister, Natalie Yelle.