Evans, Amaltdinov receive Big Ten Medal of Honor
News & Notes on Purdue Athletics
The women matched their total of honorees from last season
Purdue finished with 212 all-academic picks in 2015-16
The Boilermakers had success at three different meets Friday
- Did not compete
- Compete in five indoor meets and three outdoor meets, before sustaining an injury and redshirting the outdoor season
- Finished 15th in the 5k at the Big Ten Indoor Championships
- Had a PR in the 5k at the Iowa State Classic where she ran a time of 16:28.22
- Won the mile at the Shamrock Invitational in the first meet of the outdoor season with a time of 4:49.59
- Had a 3k PR at the Meyo Invite where she ran a time of 9:37.41
High School:Three-year varsity letterwinner for cross country; three-year state meet qualifiers; as a freshman helped varsity cross country become the CCS champions; as a sophomore helped varsity cross country place third in the CCS; as a junior helped varsity cross country place second in the CCS.
Personal: Kendall M. Hacker was born October 5, 1996, in Pacifica, California; is the daughter of Jeff and Laura Hacker; has one brother Krey; is undecided for her major and enjoys travel and athletics.