The Mavericks will be well represented in Austin this week at the Texas Relays.
Scored for the Mavericks at the Sun Belt Conference Championships by placing seventh in the 60 meters.
Had a time of 7.70 in the league finals after a season-best 7.66 in the preliminaries.
Recorded a season-best 200m time of 25.78 at the Mark Colligan Memorial.
Ran in six meets during her first outdoor season.
Placed 11th in the prelims of the 100m (11.85) and 18th in the 200m (24.92) at the SBC Championships.
Both of her conference meet times were the best clockings of her career.
Was a three-time state medal winner in Alabama.
Was the county champion in the 100m and 200m five years in a row.
Had top times of 7.66 seconds in the 60m, 12.10 in the 100m and 25.23 in the 200m.
Earned AAU national medals in the 100 meters and 200 meters.
Competed in the U.S. Junior Olympics each year from seventh grade through high school.
Full name is Victoria Tatyana Rimpsey.
Is the daughter of Sherron and Vic Rimpsey.
Is an accounting major.
Was a member of the National Honor Society and the BETA club in high school.
Uncle, Chad Rimpsey, was a collegiate defensive end at Louisville.
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