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Regina George
Position: Sprints
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Chicago, Ill.
High School: St. Gregory HS
Experience: 3 Letters
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Regina George
Courtesy: Arkansas
Release: 09/15/2009

PERSONAL BESTS || INDOOR: 200m – 23.43 (SEC Championships, 2/26/11)…400m – 52.30 (NCAA Championships, 3/12/11); OUTDOOR: 200m – 23.63 (Arkansas Twilight, 4/30/10)…400m – 51.11 (Africa Championships, 6/29/12)

FIRST LOOK: 13-time All-American…five-time SEC champion (indoor: 4x400m – 2010, 2011; outdoor: 400m – 2012, 4x400m – 2010, 2011)…six-time All-SEC…school-record holder (indoor: 500m – 1:09.81, 4x400m – 3:30.08; outdoor: 400m – 51.11, 4x200m – 1:33.04, 4x400m – 3:28.63)…2012 NCAA West Preliminary qualifier (400m, 4x100m, 4x400m)…2012 Olympian (Nigeria, 400m)…2010 World Junior champion (4x400m)

2012 || INDOOR: George opened her season with a pair of victories at the Kentucky Invitational, placing first at 400 meters and with the 4x400-meter relay. She also turned in a second-place finish at 200 meters at the season-opening meet. At the New Balance Collegiate Invitational in New York, George set the school and meet records at 500 meters with her time of 1:09.81, the No. 6 all-time performance by a collegiate runner. On day one of the Tyson Invitational, she ran to a first-place finish at 400 meters, dipping below 53 seconds for the first time during the season with a 52.73 clocking. George and the 4x400-meter relay posted an NCAA automatic qualifier with their time of 3:32.75 at the Tyson meet. At the SEC Championships, she came away with a pair of bronze results at 400 meters and with the 4x400-meter relay. George capped her indoor campaign with two All-America accolades from the NCAA Championships. She repeated her runner-up performance at 400 meters with a personal-best 52.30 in the final and helped the 4x400 to a time of 3:33.29 and a fourth-place national finish. OUTDOOR: As a member of the 4x200-meter relay, George helped set the school record with a time of 1:33.04 at Texas Relays. Later in the year at the Drake Relays, she was part of a meet-record performance in the sprint-medley relay. The Razorbacks took more than a second off the 16-year-old mark with their time of 3:45.48. George also ran the third leg of the victorious 4x200m at the annual relay competition. George began her postseason run as the SEC champion at 400 meters, becoming the first in program history to capture that event title. Including her performance at 400 meters, she was a four-time scorer at the SEC Championships, adding a runner-up showing with the 4x400-meter relay, third-place result with the 4x100-meter relay and fifth-place finish at 200 meters. George capped her collegiate season with two All-America accolades for her performance at the NCAA Championships. She broke the school record in the 400 meters with her run of 51.57 in the semifinals. She came away with a pair of fourth-place finishes at 400 meters and with the 4x400-meter relay. Following the collegiate campaign, George began her trek to the 2012 Summer Olympics with a victory in the quarter-mile event at the All Nigeria Athletics Championships. With her winning time of 51.17, she reset her own school record in the event. She went on to break her own record once more with a personal-best time of 51.11 in the finals of the Africa Athletics Championships. Representing Nigeria at the Olympics, George won her opening round with a round of 51.24 to advance to the semifinals of the 400-meter competition, where she finished 11th overall. She also helped Nigeria advance to the finals of the 4x400-meter relay in London.

2011 || INDOOR: At the season-opening Arkansas Invitational, George ran to a second-place finish in the 400 meters and returned to help the 4x400-meter relay to victory. The following weekend, she was a double winner-400 meters and 4x400-meter relay-at the Virginia Tech Invitational. At the Razorback Invitational, she anchored the 4x400 team to a victory in a time of 3:32.48, an NCAA automatic qualifying effort. George ran the 800-meter leg of the distance-medley relay that set the school record of 11:02.45 at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational. The time was also an NCAA auto mark. At the SEC Championships, earned points for the team with a win with the 4x400-meter relay (3:31.01), a bronze finish in the 400 meters (52.58), fourth-place showing in the 200 meters. In the prelims of the 200 meters at the conference meet, she ran a personal-best time of 23.43. George closed out her season with a pair of All-America honors. Individually, she was the national runner-up at 400 meters in a personal-best 52.30. She returned to the track to anchor the 4x400 relay to a school-record 3:30.08 and second-place performance. OUTDOOR: At the Texas Relays, George ran the second leg of Arkansas' victorious sprint-medley relay that crossed in a time of 3:46.52. She was also part of the runner-up 4x400 relay in Austin. Running the lead-off leg, George helped the mile relay to a school- and meet-record performance of 3:28.63 at Drake Relays. She was also part of second-place 4x200- and sprint-medley relays at Drake. Following the Drake Relays, the 4x400-meter relay team was named the collective SEC Runner of the Week.  As an All-SEC performer, she helped Arkansas defend its 4x400-meter relay (3:32.23) at the SEC Championships. She also secured points for the team with a personal-best effort and fifth-place finish in the 200 meters, fourth-place showing in the 400 meters and runner-up spot with the 4x100-meter relay. At the Arkansas Twilight, she posted a then-best 52.57 to win the 400 meters and helped the 4x100 relay to a first-place spot. She was recognized following the event as the SEC Runner of the Week. George qualified for the NCAA West Preliminary in the 400 meters and with the mile relay. In the second round of the preliminary event, she posted a personal-best time of 52.31 at 400 meters. At the NCAA Championships, she finished sixth in the 400 meters to earn First-Team All-America honors. She also garnered honorable mention accolades with the 4x400-meter relay. Following the collegiate season, George competed at the USA Championships where she advanced to the semifinals where she finished in 15th place to close out her season.

2010 || INDOOR: George won the first three races she entered to begin her Razorback career. At the season-opening Arkansas Invitational, she crossed first in the 600 meters. The following week at the Virginia Tech Invitational, she came away with first-place showings in the 800 meters and 4x400-meter relay with Edina Brooks, Karen Thomas and Shelise Williams. Along with her individual work throughout the season in the 400 and 800 meters, George was a member of one of the nation's best 4x400-meter and distance-medley relay teams. At the New Balance Collegiate Invitational, the quartet of Brooks, George, Thomas and Williams broke the school record with a time of 3:33.18. At the same event, she was also part of the record-breaking crew-with Williams, Kristen Gillespie and Samantha Learch-that set the new school mark (11:06.56) in the distance-medley relay.  At the Tyson Invitational, the 4x400-meter relay record fell again with Brooks, George, Williams and Whitney Jones clocking a time of 3:32.87 in a first-place collective performance. In addition to a sixth-place showing in the 400 meters at the SEC Championships, she was part of the conference champion 4x400-meter relay team, the program's first-ever SEC title in the event. At the NCAA Championships, the Razorbacks' mile relay turned in a third-place effort as George earned her first career All-America honor. OUTDOOR: George picked up four individual titles during the outdoor season with wins in 200 meters at the Arkansas Invitational and 400 meters at the UCF Black & Gold meet, Razorback Spring Invitational and Arkansas Twilight. She continued her strong work with the relays as she teamed with Jones, Williams and Stephanie Brown to break the school record in the sprint-medley relay at Texas Relays. At the SEC Championships, George helped Arkansas to a third-place finish in the team standings. Along with a fifth-place showing in the 400 meters and a seventh-place result in the 200 meters, she was part of the 4x100-meter relay that finished third and 4x400-meter relay team that won the event in a time of 3:31.05. At the NCAA West Prelim, George qualified for the national meet in the 400 meters and with the 4x400-meter relay. George came away from the NCAA Championships as a two-time All-American. She was eighth in the 400 meters and helped the mile relay to a fifth-place national finish. Following the collegiate season, George went on to finish second in the 400 meters at the USA Junior Championships. At the World Junior Championships, she finished sixth in the 400 meters and closed the event by anchoring Team USA to a gold medal in the 4x400-meter relay.

AT ST. GREGORY HS: George holds personal bests of 25.08 in the 200 meters, 55.69 in the 400 meters, 2:10 in the 800 meters and 5-10 in the high jump. She was the 2009 Illinois State Champion at 200 meters (25.08), the runner-up in the 400 meters (55.69) and finished third in the high jump (5-5).

PERSONAL: Born Feb. 17, 1991, she is the daughter of Phillips George and Florencia Chilberry. Both parents competed in track and field at the University of Kansas. Her brother, Patrick, played football at Northern Illinois. She is enrolled in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and is majoring in psychology.


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