John Sauerhage has led the Mavs to 27 team conference championships between the indoor, outdoor and cross country seasons.
AT UT ARLINGTON Cross Country Highlights: 2014
Placed 25th at the Sun Belt Conference Championships with a time of 18:09.2, helping the women's team win its first conference title since 2001.
Competed at the NCAA South Central Regional, where she finished 117th in the 6k (23:36.5).
Ran in five events on the season.
Did not participate in any meets.
Indoor Highlights: 2015
Placed third in the 800 meters (2:13.60) to earn All-Sun Belt honors in the event.
Had a season-best 800m time of 2:13.43 in a winning run at the Herm Wilson Invitational.
Was the conference champion in the 800 meters, winning the event at the Sun Belt Championships.
Had a season-best time of 2:09.24 at the league meet.
Participated in four meets on the year.
Outdoor Highlights: 2015
Earned her first trip to compete in the NCAA West Preliminary Round, where she placed 34th in the 800 meters (2:10.86).
Also participated on the 4x400m relay team that finished 18th at the West Preliminary in 3:38.86.
Was the runner up in the 800 meters at the Sun Belt Conference Championships with a clocking of 2:09.74.
Posted a season-best 800m time of 2:08.63, the top qualifying time, in the prelims of the SBC meet.
Won the Sun Belt Conference title in the 800 meters with a time of 2:11.88.
Was the runner up in the 800 meters at the TCU Invitational (2:10.81).
Placed third in the 800m at the Bobcat Classic with a season-best clocking of 2:10.11.
Was a four-year letterwinner for Arlington Lamar.
Placed fourth in the state in the 800m at the 2013 UIL Class 5A Track and Field Championships with a personal-best time of 2:12.27.
Was the district champion (2:14.93) and the regional champion (2:13.84) in the 800m her senior year.
Won the 2012 District 3-5A title in the 400m (56.69).
Has a personal best 3-mile time of 18:56.36.
Is the daughter of Patrice Maddox and Rodney Gorham.
Is a kinesiology major.
Has been a member of the Heavenly Track Club, Pioneer Track Club, Metro Elite Striders and Texas First.