The 2015 Sun Belt Conference cross country title is the Mavericks' third in the past four years.
Mavericks will host the Gerald Richey Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 19.
John Sauerhage has led the Mavs to 27 team conference championships between the indoor, outdoor and cross country seasons.
Sauerhage named coach of the year; Martinez tabbed freshman of the year.
Martinez wins again as men post second straight perfect-15
Cross Country Highlights:
Helped lead the Mavericks to their first conference title since 2001.
Earned second-team All-Sun Belt Conference accolades with an eighth-place 5k finish (17:26.7).
Placed 57th in the NCAA South Central Regional 6k with a time of 21:57.6.
Earned second-team All-Sun Belt Conference honors.
Placed 10th at the SBC Championships with a 5k time of 18:35.6.
Competed in all six events on the year.
Finished 58th at the NCAA South Central Regional 6k (22:19.2).
Placed 40th in the Crimson Classic 5k (18:13.4).
Participated in five meets on the year, including the WAC Championships.
Finished 29th at the conference meet with a time of 18:42.07.
Earned a top-10 finish at the Louisiana Tech Mook 4 (8th, 13:28).
Crossed the line in 19th place in the 2-mile UTA Season Opener (11:56.3).
Did not compete in any events for the Mavericks.
Scored points in two events at the SBC meet, taking third in the mile (4:57.40) and seventh in the 800m (2:17.37).
Had the top time in the 800m prelims at the league meet (2:13.07).
Had a season-best time of 2:12.39 in winning the 800 meters at the adidas Classic.
Ran in six races on the year and finished no lower than fourth in any race.
Was the Sun Belt Conference runner up in the 800 meters with a time of 2:09.31.
Won her first three events of the year, the 800 meters at the Texas A&M Invitational and Mark Colligan Memorial and the mile at the Varsity Apartments Invitational.
Posted a season-best 800m time of 2:07.63 in a third-place finish at the Frank Sevigne Invitational.
Placed fifth in the finals of the 800m at the WAC Championships (2:13.35).
Registered the third-fastest 800m time in school history in the prelims at the league meet (2:09.93).
Won the 800m at the J.D. Martin Invitational with a clocking of 2:15.58.
Was runner up at the Texas A&M Invitational (2:18.03) and the third-place finisher at the Bill Bergan Invitational (2:11.35).
Competed in four meets and a total of nine events on the year.
Was the runner up in the 800 meters at the Southland Conference Championships, posting a time of 2:15.01.
Ran a season-best 800m time of 2:13.30 in the prelims of the SLC meet.
Helped the distance medley relay squad to a third-place finish and the 4x440 yard relay team to fourth place at the SLC Championships.
Won her first conference title in the 800 meters at the Sun Belt meet with a season-best time (2:07.34).
Qualified for the NCAA West Preliminary Round in the 800 meters where she advanced to the quarterfinals in the event.
Was 21st in the prelims (2:09.28) and 16th in the quarters (2:07.30) in Austin.
Also participated on the 4x400m relay team at the West Prelims.
Also scored in the 1500 meters at the league meet, taking eighth in 4:40.30.
Qualified for the NCAA West Preliminary Round in the 800 meters.
Finished 13th in the preliminary with a clocking of 2:06.78 to move on to the quarterfinal round.
Missed out on a NCAA Championships spot by just one position after taking 13th in the quarters (2:07.20).
Placed third in the 800m at the Sun Belt Conference Championships (2:12.87).
Was the runner up in the 800m at the Crimson Tide Invitational (2:07.55) and the fourth-place finisher at the Michael Johnson Classic (2:07.28).
Earned her first-ever trip to the NCAA Outdoor Track Championships, reaching the event in the 800 meters.
Placed 23rd at the NCAA Championships with a time of 2:14.45.
Logged a time of 2:06.04 at the NCAA West Preliminaries, the 12th-fastest time in Eugene, Ore.
Her clocking at the preliminary round was a personal record at the second-fastest time in UTA history.
Was the runner up at the Western Athletic Conference Championships in the 800m, earning first-team all-league honors.
Missed a conference championship by just .01 seconds in the meet.
Earned a spot at the NCAA West Preliminaries in the 800 meters, where her time of 2:09.18 placed 30th.
Ran a career-best 2:08.42 in the finals of the 800m at the Southland Conference Championships to finish as league runner up.
Was a member of the 4x400 relay team at the SLC meet that finished sixth.
Competed in four events at the Texas Relays.
Saw action in 10 meets on the year.
Placed ninth nationally at the USATF Junior Olympics.
Was a two-time district champion in the 400 meters (2010, 2011).
Also claimed the district title in the 800 meters in 2010.
Named KMBT-12 Athlete of the Week.
Had top times of 2:16 in the 800 and 56.6 in the 400.
Is the daughter of Tasha and Reggie Wright.
Has one younger sister, Victoria.
Is a kinesiology major.
Wants to become a physician's assistant.
Was an honor graduate and earned her high school's distinguished athlete award.
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