Camille Buscomb
Camille Buscomb

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Hamilton, New Zealand

High School:
St Peter's School, Cambridge




CAREER BESTS
Cross Country
5K CC	17:23.56
6K CC	21:17.00

2009: Turned in the Boilermakers No. 2 time at the Great American Legends (9/4), finishing third overall with an 18:46.55 5K effort; ran the seventh-fastest time by a Boilermaker in Indiana Intercollegiate Championship (9/18) history, finishing third overall with a time of 17:38.1; led the Boilermakers to a team title at the Greater Louisville Classic (10/3), finishing fifth overall with a career-best 5K time of 17:23.56; ran her first collegiate 6K in 22:00.72, finishing third overall at the Sam Bell Invitational (10/17); was the Boilermakers' top finisher at the Big Ten Championships (11/1), placing 17th overall and clocking her career-best 6K time of 21:17; led the Boilermakers to a 7th place team finish, recording a 6K time of 21:37 to place 20th overall at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championship (11/14) and earn USTFCCCA All-Region honors.

High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner in cross country and track and field at St. Peter's School in Cambridge; three-time winner of the New Zealand 5,000-meter road championship; competed in the 3,000-meter run at the 2007 World Youth Championships and 2006 Pacific School Games, taking third in 2006; won the 2005 New Zealand National Secondary School 1,500-meter run title, and placed second in the 800-meter run.

Personal: Camille Louise Buscomb was born July 11, 1990, in Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand; is the daughter of Lloyd and Cheryl Buscomb; has one sister, Tessa; enjoys making clothes, cooking, going to the beach, reading and watching movies; majoring in psychology and movement and sport science.