Track and Field
Favorite Food? Salmon.
Favorite Class? American History, by far.
Twitter or Facebook, and why? Twitter because I use it a lot more. It also has a lot more interesting content.
Worst habit? Overthinking.
Favorite Quote(s)? "To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift."- Steve Prefontaine
What is your cell phone ring tone? The normal (ding) for an iPhone because I'm simple.
How many texts do you send/receive per month? Couldn't really tell you.
What is your favorite hobby in your spare time? Fishing and ultimate frisbee.
Favorite memory in your sport, and why? OVAC's when our 4x8 ran a personal record, along with me pr'ing in both the mile and two mile.
What's something no one would believe about you? I'm pretty mature for my age.
Favorite Athlete, and why? Galen Rupp, because he has taught me that if you are going to exceed in the sport of running, you must go beyond on your limits
Best advice you've ever received? You may make mistakes, you'll have that, but take those mistakes and use those as strengths and come back fighting, giving nothing but your best. And you will be successful
Who do you admire most, and why? My uncle Joe because he introduced me into the sport and was always there to support me to help make me the best I could be, which formed me into the runner I am now
What's your favorite part of your sport? The competition and the edge to keep on going when the going gets tough.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? I'll hopefully still be running but also starting a career in travel nursing.
CREDENTIALS: Jacob qualified for his first Division II state track meet in the 1600 meter run. He finished third at the regional in a personal-best time of 4:28.