Edward Byers ‘20 Recruiting Profile

  • Bernards High School
  • FAR HILLS, NJ
  • Men's Track
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Edward Byers's Men's Track Recruiting Profile
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
160
Age:
17
Prim. Position:
800M
Sec. Position:
400M
800M
2:00.49
400M
50.09
1600M
4:31.75

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Personal Statement

"Success isn't how far you got, but the distance you traveled from where you started" - Pre


  • I pride myself on my work ethic and dedication; if there is a schedule put in place, I will follow it through regardless.

  • I take both running and academics seriously, and always put all my effort into every race and every test.

  • My passion for running and academia is strong and has driven me to success, and will continue to fuel me throughout my collegiate career.

  • Whether I PR or not, my time will never be fast enough (so much so that my coach has commented saying):
    • "I have never seen an athlete finish a race with a PR and seem as upset as Eddie."


Athletics

High School Information

Coach References

  • High School Head Coach
  • David Szostak
  • High School Assistant Coach
  • Luke LaChac

Additional Sports

  • Cross Country
  • F
  • 1 Year
  • Varsity Team
  • 1. Skyland Conference Small Schools Champions 2. Placed 80th in NJSIAA Group Championships

Academics

Grades

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Test Scores

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High School Information

High School:
Bernards High School
State:
NEW JERSEY
Phone:
(908) 630-3000

Academic Accomplishments

Honors Classes:
Yes. Freshmen Year: 1. Geometry Honors 2. English I Honors 3. World History Honors 4. Biology Honors Sophomore Year: 1. Algebra II Honors 2. English II Honors 3. Chemistry Honors 4. Latin III Honors Junior Year: 1. Precalculus Honors 2. Latin IV Honors
AP Classes:
Yes. Sophomore Year: 1. AP U.S. History I 2. AP Computer Science Principles Junior Year: 1. AP U.S. History II 2. AP Chemistry 3. AP English Language and Composition 4. AP Physics I 5. AP Human Geography* *Self-Studied Senior Year: 1. AP Statistics 2. AP Computer Science 3. AP European History 4. AP Literature and Composition 5. AP Calculus BC 6. AP Economics 7. AP Physics C
Registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center?
No

Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • Highest score on AMC 10 in Bernards High School (9
  • Award
    • 10) Scholar Athlete Award (11x) Academic Excellence (3x) AP Scholar with Distinction National (11
  • Award
    • 12) National Honors Society (12)
  • Activity
    • Mathematics Enrichment: “Linear Algebra
  • Activity
    • ” JHU Center for Talented Youth (CTY) (Summer 2018
  • Activity
    • 12 wks): “Linear Algebra” surveyed matrices
  • Activity
    • eigenvalues
  • Activity
    • and matrix algebra. The course included lectures
  • Activity
    • problem sets on linear transformations and affine independence and a final. “Multivariable Calculus
  • Activity
    • ” JHU CTY (12
  • Activity
    • 12 wks): This college-level course consists of weekly problem sets
  • Activity
    • a final
  • Activity
    • and lectures on double and triple integrals
  • Activity
    • Stokes’ theorem
  • Activity
    • and partial derivatives. MIT Sports Analytics Conference (Winters 2016-2018): I’ve attended this sports analytics conference annually
  • Activity
    • and participated in seminars on sabermetrics
  • Activity
    • sports gambling
  • Activity
    • and eSports. Mathematics: Mathematics Team (9-12
  • Activity
    • Member): As a four-year member of math team
  • Activity
    • I’ve competed in the Interstellar Math Madness! Competition
  • Activity
    • the AMC-10 and the AMC-12
  • Activity
    • and Moody’s Mega Math Challenge. Freshman year
  • Activity
    • I received the highest AMC-10 score at my school. Math League (10-12
  • Activity
    • Member/Treasurer): Math league hosts bake sales and t-shirt drives to promote mathematics at local schools. As treasurer
  • Activity
    • I’ve organized fundraisers that have netted $2
  • Activity
    • 500 and I arranged a trip to the Matheny School for Disabled Children to revitalize their under-resourced mathematics department. STEM Chemistry Team (10-11
  • Activity
    • Member): I’ve competed in the Chemistry Olympiad
  • Activity
    • NJ Science League (NJSL) competitions
  • Activity
    • and the Merck State Science Test. Humanities: Harvard Model Congress (11-12
  • Activity
    • Member): During my Junior year
  • Activity
    • I got involved in the largest congressional simulation conference in the world. From this opportunity
  • Activity
    • I got to experience American government firsthand by simulating a House of Representatives member. My Senior year I will participate in Harvard Model Congress again
  • Activity
    • this time as a judge on the Supreme Court. Community Involvement: Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) (10-12
  • Activity
    • Treasurer
  • Activity
    • Co-President): Junior year
  • Activity
    • I revitalized my school’s FBLA chapter by obtaining a faculty advisor
  • Activity
    • applying for national FBLA recognition
  • Activity
    • and hosting an entrepreneurial competition. Since then
  • Activity
    • I’ve increased membership from under 5 students to 20
  • Activity
    • and I’ve hosted events including a Shark-Tank-style entrepreneurship panel
  • Activity
    • a 5K
  • Activity
    • and a panel on local entrepreneurship. Mentor Club (9-12
  • Activity
    • Member / 11-12 Co-president) Key Club (9-12
  • Activity
    • Member) Fast Food Job (8-12): Since eighth grade
  • Activity
    • I have held a job at my local Jersey Mike's making sandwiches and grilling. I work mostly on weekends and Fridays after my sports practice. Special Olympics (9-12
  • Activity
    • Volunteer): Throughout high school
  • Activity
    • I have helped out with Special Olympics events outside of school. I have run several 5ks and triathlons raising money for Special Olympics
  • Activity
    • and helped kids with disabilities compete in track events. I enjoyed doing this so much that I participated in the Special Olympics that our school runs and doubled the involvement size. Athletics: Varsity Cross Country (10-12
  • Activity
    • Member / 11-12
  • Activity
    • Captain): As a three-year member of varsity Cross Country
  • Activity
    • I practice twenty hours weekly
  • Activity
    • with 5k races most weekends. Training for the season starts at the end of June and continues until December. Varsity Winter Track (9-12
  • Activity
    • Member / 11-12
  • Activity
    • Captain): As a four-year member of varsity Cross Country and captain for my junior and senior years
  • Activity
    • I practice twenty hours weekly
  • Activity
    • with races most weekends. Training for the season starts at the end of December and continues until March. Varsity Spring Track (9-12
  • Activity
    • Member / 11-12
  • Activity
    • Captain): As a four-year member of varsity Cross Country and captain for my junior and senior years
  • Activity
    • I practice twenty hours weekly
  • Activity
    • with races most weekends. Training for the season starts at the end of March and continues until the end of June.

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