Viankah Williams ‘19 Recruiting Profile

  • Milford High School
  • Women's Track
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Viankah Williams's Women's Track Recruiting Profile
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18 ft 0.75 in

Personal Statement

I have committed to Stony Brook University.

      When I go to college, my aspiration is to become the best student athlete I can be as well as a Neuropsychologist. I want to continue to grow, and reach  my fullest potential.  In sports I have learned that if you do not lose there is no room to grow. In order to succeed, failure must also come along the way.

      I have a very strong support system from my family, friends and mentors.  My determination, hard work, and dedication are all attributes instilled to me from my family. I will continue to conduct myself in a respectful manner representing my family, coaches, team,high school and myself.

      I was chosen for a leadership program NH Teen Institute and loved to help others doing this. I have volunteered for the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter. I am in the Spanish club, National Honor Society, and played Varsity soccer for two straight years until I decided to concentrate primarily on track. Academically I am an honor roll student. In indoor track my freshman year I won the Dartmouth Relay's classic 300 meters with a time of 41.10. In the New Hampshire State Indoor Championship I was the runner up in the 55 meters with a time of 7.36 and the 300 meters with a time of 40.55. In both events I broke my high schools records. I was honored to be selected as All State as a freshman. 

On February 28th I competed in the New England High School Indoor Track and Field Championship at the Reggie Lewis Center. I placed 2nd  in New England in the 300 meters with a time of 39.99. I also anchored my teams Four By 200 Relay Team which placed 6th overall and broke the New Hampshire High School State Record. On April 13th I was selected First Team All Area All Star Team via the Nashua Telegraph.

On April 16,2016 I was named the Pelham Invitational Women's Most Outstanding Athlete winning the 100 meters, 200 meters which set a new invitational record, the long jump and anchoring the win for the 4 by 100 relay team. On 05/07/2016 I won the 200 meter championship running a 25.66 at the Kiwanis Freshman Sophomore Invitational. I was .02 off the invitational record. On May 21, 2016 I participated in the Londonderry Invitational and won the 200 meters running a time of 24.52, my time was .08 off the all time New Hampshire State Record of 24.44 set in 1971. I also the anchored the 4 by 100 relay team and we broke the New Hampshire State Relay record with a time of 48.94. I was the runner up in the 400 meters with a time of 56.48 seconds.

    On May 28, 2016 at the New Hampshire State Championship I won the 100 meters 12.32 .02 off the all time record and 200 meters 24.75 which broke the all time record. My four by 100 relay team also won the state championship. On June 04, 2016 I participated in the New Hampshire Track and Field Meet of Champions and won the 200 meters with a time of 25.20.  My 4 by 100 team won the Meet of Champions and we broke our previous state record. On 06/11/2016 I was honored to be voted as "Miss New Hampshire Track and Field".

    My indoor track season for my sophomore year was cut short due to a hamstring injury two days going into the season. I was sidelined for all of the indoor track season.  I continued my rehabilitation on my hamstring for the majority of the outdoor track season. I returned on May 09, 2017 at John Stark High School and won the 100 meters 12.50 and the 200 meters 25.60.  I participated in the Division 2 Outdoor Track and Field Championship on May 27, 2017 and won the 100 meters with a time of 12.56 and the 200 meter state championship with a time of 26.2. I am glad with the overall victories but these times are not reflective of my ability . I was honored to be named All State again and the back to back Division 2 New Hampshire State champion in the 100 and 200 meters. 

My 2018 indoor track season I focused on building my legs and training for the outdoor season. I focused on a field event and chose the long jump. At the 2018 New Hampshire State Indoor Track and Field Championship I won the long jump title with a jump of 16.7. I also anchored my  4 by 200 relay team to a third place ranking in the state.  I was also named All State for the indoor track season.

On March 3, 2018 I competed in the New England High School Track and Field Championship held at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston. I competed in the long jump and won the New England High School Championship with a jump of 18 feet and three fourths inches. It was a great honor being the New England Champion. On 04/13/20108 I was honored to be named the Nashua Telegraph Indoor Track Athlete of the year. This outdoor season I jumped 17 11 .25 inches to win the Londonderry Invitational. At the 2018 New Hampshire State Track and Field Championship I won the 200 meters for the third consecutive time with a time of 25.55, it was a safe time and I plan on improving in that area. On June 02, 2018 at the Meet of Champions I won the New Hampshire State Long Jump Championship with a jump of 17 6 .25 inches. On June 26, 2018 I was named first team Nashua Telegraph All Star and First Team All State. I look forward to my upcoming senior season. 



High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity:
  • 1 year
  • 2015 Varsity Team
  • IndoorVenue:
  • Individual Awards:
    1st Team All-State
  • Team Awards:
    State 2nd Place

Coach References

  • High School Head Coach
  • Coach Mike Wright

Additional Sports

  • Soccer
  • F
  • 1 Year
  • Varsity Team
  • Recieved a varsity letter.



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High School:
Milford High School
(603) 673-4201

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