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Tate Beasley ‘21 Recruiting Profile

  • No Ut Academy for Math Engineering & Science
  • OGDEN, UT
  • Women's Track
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Tate Beasley's Women's Track Recruiting Profile
Club:
USATF - Unattached Athlete (UT)
Height:
5'6"
Weight:
110
Age:
18
Prim. Position:
1500M
Sec. Position:
3000M
1500M
4:42.40
3000M
10:18.32
800M
2:19.8
Distance & PR
Half Marathon 1:30:07
  • 2020 Highlights #2

Personal Statement

I began my love of running at the very young age of 5.  My mother was pushing my infant sister in a stroller at our nearby track.  I saw other people running and decided that looked like fun!  I immediately broke out into a sprint completing a 400m and arriving back to hear my mother announce “WOW…just… WOW!”.  I then asked, “Now what do I do?”.  To which she responded: “Do it again!”— so I did.  The second time arriving back to hear my parents talking amongst themselves about how I looked like a deer.  I wasn’t sure what that meant at the time, but I did know how exhilarating it felt to me to be in such fluid motion.  For the next 2 years I just ran… and ran... and ran.  Whenever my parents would go out in the evenings on a walk, I would come along.  I would run as FAST as I possibly could to the next stop sign and back to them.  Then… Repeat.  It was a game… and SO much fun!  At the age of 7 years old, I, unknowingly at the time, began running competitively.  

My first race, while largely a success, was hilarious!  I stopped at all of the aid stations along the 5k course.  (Hey, I was 7! … and those were “treats!”).  We still laugh at how I “got my start”.  From that first race onward… I was hooked!!  I continued running as many races as I could; Often as a youth, taking 1st place female in races competing against many other much older seasoned athletes in various events.  I simply didn’t know I wasn’t “supposed” to win—  so I did.  Running is part of who I am.  I feel I was born to the sport.  Those that know me have affectionately labeled me a “sprinter with a distance problem”.  

I have competed in everything from the 100m to half marathons (PR 1:30:07).  Because I live at high Altitude, I’ve also been fortunate to run multiple mountain trail races, including an extremely challenging back-to-back “Trifecta- win”, finishing 1st place every year for 3 consecutive years in the North Face Endurance Challenge (PR: 24:34).  Also, placing  1st  female overall on several other difficult mountainous terrains in the XTERRA National Championship Trail Races.  Nonetheless,  Amongst the over 300 competitive races I have competed in to date, some of my most prized successes include being an 8 time National Jr. Olympic All-American. I am a 5 time National All-American in Track, and 3 time National All-American in Cross Country.  Additionally, as a freshman, I placed 1st  female overall out of 246 competitors in the Varsity race at the NIKE Bob Firman Invitational multi-state race, — breaking the division II record, with a time of 18:45.  

Although I cannot ever imagine my life without competitive running;  it has not been without challenge.  In my more recent past,  I have been met with some very difficult obstacles affecting my performances.  Psychologically, working through them, and overcoming these obstacles—  in many ways has been much like the intensity of training for a race.  Running has taught me enormous amounts of patience, practice, persistence, and perseverance.  I lean in to what running has taught me about myself… “me” as a person… and “me” as an athlete.  I apply these transferable skills to all aspects of my  life. My knowledge, my passion, my drive and determination in all areas of life have become so synergistic.  

Academically, I have practiced the same skills that my sport has taught me in the classroom setting.  I have excelled in rigorous college preparatory high schools, and concurrently completed multiple courses at my local University… among others extracurricular activities.  I am seeking to be a part of a highly selective college/ university that places an extremely high value on academics, while supporting, encouraging,  and celebrating, the drive, determination and passion for my sport – in a wonderful team setting of like-minded peers and teammates.  To me, this  is my true “dream come true”.  I have always wanted to go to a highly selective academic school.  Achieving my goal of attending such a school, and  simultaneously contributing to my school at the collegiate level…. Well… the thought almost leaves me speechless.  GRATEFUL… is the only word that comes to me in this moment…… Perhaps you understand.  If you have read this far… I SO much thank you for your time and consideration.  I don’t ever plan to stop running.  I would love nothing more than to find such a great fit, and run collegiately for our school.

Athletics

High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity:
  • 7 years
  • 2020 Varsity Team
  • IndoorVenue:
  • 2020 Varsity Team
  • Cross CountryVenue:
  • Individual Awards:
    1st Team All-Region, Team Captain, 4A Region 10 Champion
  • 2019 Varsity Team
  • IndoorVenue:
  • 2019 Varsity Team
  • OutdoorVenue:
  • Team Awards:
    Regional 2nd Place
  • 2019 Varsity Team
  • Cross CountryVenue:
  • Team Awards:
    2017 Bob Firman , 2017 Bob Firman Division II Varsity 1st Place
  • 2018 Varsity Team
  • OutdoorVenue:
  • Individual Awards:
    1st Team All-State, 1st Team All-Region
  • Team Awards:
    State 2nd Place, Regional Champs
  • 2017 Varsity Team
  • Cross CountryVenue:
  • Individual Awards:
    1st Team All-State, 1st Team All-Region
  • Team Awards:
    State 3rd Place, Regional Champs

Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience:
  • 4 seasons
  • 2018 USATF - Unattached Athlete (UT)
  • Notes: 2018 - USATF National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships – Greensboro, NC. Qualified and participated in the 800M, 1500M & 3000M races. All-American with a 8th place overall finish in the 1500M. All-American with a 4th place overall finish in the 3000M.
  • 2017 USATF - Unattached Athlete (UT)
  • Notes: 2017 - USATF National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships - Lawrence, KS. Qualified and participated in the 800M, 1500M & 3000M races. All-American with a 5th place overall finish in the 1500M. All-American with a 5th place overall finish in the 3000M 2017 - USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships - Tallahassee, FL. All-American with a 22nd place overall finish (out of 373 participants).
  • 2016 USATF - Unattached Athlete (UT)
  • Notes: 2016 - USATF National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships - Sacramento, CA. Qualified and participated in the 800M, 1500M & 3000M races. All-American with a 8th place overall finish in the 3000M 2016 - USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships - Hoover, AL. All-American with a 23rd place overall finish (out of 375 participants).
  • 2015 USATF - Unattached (UT)
  • Notes: 2015 - USATF National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships - Jacksonville, FL. Qualified and participated in the 1500M & 300M races. 2015 - USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships - Albuquerque, NM. All-American with a 6th place overall finish (out of 300 participants).

Coach References

  • High School Head Coach
  • Missy Allred
  • Club Coach
  • Alydia Barton
  • Club Coach
  • Nikole Beasley

Academics

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High School Information

High School:
No Ut Academy for Math Engineering & Science
State:
UTAH
Phone:
(801) 402-5920

Academic Accomplishments

Honors Classes:
Yes. Honors English Honors Biology Honors Algebra II
AP Classes:
Yes. Attend Early College High School, taking college courses. I will graduate High School with an Associates Degree from Weber State University AP European History AP Literature
Registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center?
Yes

Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • 2020 Utah Cross Country Academic All-State
  • Award
    • National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS)
  • Award
    • Honor Roll
  • Award
    • Three published poems/short stories in the Nation's number one high school Literary Magazine: Tesserae
  • Award
    • First Place Region Champ in Policy Debate
  • Award
    • Second Place at State in Policy Debate
  • Award
    • Competed in multiple National Debate Tournaments
  • Activity
    • Policy Debate
  • Activity
    • Creative Writing / Literature Magazine

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Statistics

Event 2019 Varsity Te
400M 1:06
 

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