Jamillah Titus
Jamillah  Titus

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
American Canyon, Calif.

High School:
Vintage HS

Height:
5-8

Position:
Middle Distance/Jumps

Birthdate:
11/30/1984

Experience:
SQ

A versatile athlete who has competed in numerous events for the Aztecs in her three seasons on the Mesa ... has also competed with the Aztec cross country team.

2005-06 - Competed in both the indoor and outdoor track seasons ... finished tied for 11th in the high jump at the Mountain West Conference outdoor championships ... cleared 5-05.75 in the high jump at the Azusa Pacific Meet of Champions, finishing second to teammate Nicole Carmier ... anchored the 4x400 relay team that placed second at the City Championships (3:55.42).

2004-05 - Ran in six cross country meets ... finished fourth on the team at the CS Fullerton meet and the Fresno State Invite ... posted a season-best 5K-time (19:52) and 67th-place finish at the Fresno Invite ... that time was also the seventh-fastest by an Aztec for the season ... had a 16th-place finish at the Pre-MWC championship meet on Oct. 9 .. was 63rd at the MWC championships.

2003-04 - Had best marks on the team in the 800 (2:10.96) and the high jump (5-8) ... took fifth at the MWC outdoor championships in the 800 (2:13.14) and the high jump (5-8) ... also finished ninth in the heptathlon ... ranks fourth in school history in the 800, seventh in the high jump and 10th in the 1,500 ... qualified for the NCAA regional meet in the high jump ... lead-off leg of the school's third-fastest outdoor distance medley relay (11:45.80) ... recorded first-place finishes at the San Diego City Championships (800) and the Aztec Classic (high jump) ... took third in the 800 (2:12.41) at the Cal-Nevada Championships ... had a season-best 800 time of 2:10.96 at the Sea-Ray Relays ... ran 800 leg in sixth-place team finish at the MWC indoor championships ... also took ninth in the 800, and participated in the mile and the high jump ... competed in six races in her second season with the Aztec cross country squad ... posted the team's fifth-fastest time of the year in the 5K of 19:45 at the UC Riverside Invitational, where she was the Aztecs' top finisher ... highest finish came at the Long Beach State Invitational, where she was 57th overall.

2002-03 - Led the team in the 800 (2:08.90), 1,500 (4:34.16) and the high jump (5-7) ... NCAA regional qualifying efforts in the 800 and high jump ... finished 10th at the USA junior championships in the 800 with a time of 2:11.36 ... also competed in the 800 at the NCAA regional meet ... seventh in the 800 at the MWC championship, while also participating in the 1,500 (12th) and high jump (8th) ... three first-place finishes during the outdoor season ... runner-up at the Cal-Nevada meet in the 800 ... also competed in the 400 and twice in the javelin ... third in the 800 and tied for ninth in the high jump at the indoor conference meet ... set the school indoor record in the 800 (2:11.26) at Washington ... ran in eight cross country meets in her first year at San Diego State ... had one top-20 finish, placing 18th at the Aztec Invitational with a time of 19:11 ... season-best 5K time at the Long Beach Invitational, placing 20th in 18:46 ... logged Aztec career-best 6K time of 22:54 at the Stanford Invite ... stepped up to lead the Aztecs at the NCAA West Regional meet and was the No. 3 finisher for the squad in five other races.

High School - Ranked second nationally in the 800 meters in 2002, with a time of 2:08.62 ... 2002 California state 800-meter champion ... named athlete of the year by the Vintage High School Crushers, as well as by her hometown newspaper ... personal bests included 2:08.62 in the 800 meters and 5-6 in the high jump ... also competed on the Crushers' basketball and swim teams.

Personal - Jamillah Danyae Titus was born Nov. 30, 1984, in Oakland ... parents are Victor and Cassandra Titus ... enjoys swimming and running ... lists Wilma Rudolph as her favorite athlete ... a psychology major who plans to become a child psychologist.

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