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Jackie Siefring
Jackie Siefring
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Covington, Ohio
High School: Covington
Position: Multis

2015-16: Outdoor: Garnered second-team All-America accolades after placing 12th in the heptathlon at the NCAA Outdoor Championships (June 10-June 11) with a cumulative score of 5,626...captured the Mid-American Conference title in the heptathlon (May 11-May 12) with a seven-event score of 5,412...won the 400-meter title at the MAC Championships (May 14) in 58.66, while also finishing fifth in the long jump (19-9.50/6.03m) and ninth in the javelin (124-2/37.85m) en route to being named the meet’s Most Valuable Performer and earning first-team All-MAC accolades in the heptathlon and 400-meter hurdles...registered the second-best score (5,627) in the heptathlon at the Texas Relays (March 31) en route to finishing eighth...registered a school-record time of 57.61 to win the 400-meter hurdles at the Northeast Ohio Quad (April 16)...recorded the fifth-fastest time in program history in the 100-meter hurdles crossing the line in 13.91 in the heptathlon at the NCAA Championships (June 10)...posted second-best jump (20-5.25/6.23m) in program history en route to winning the long jump at the Campbell/Wright Invitational (May 7)...a USTFCCCA All-Academic honoree...an academic All-MAC and distinguished-scholar honoree…Indoor: Earned second-team All-America accolades after placing 10th in the pentathlon at the NCAA Indoor Championships (March 11) with a five-event cumulative score of 4,162...established a school-record score of 4,215 en route to winning the pentathlon at the Mid-American Conference Championships...named the MAC’s Most Outstanding Field Performer at the league championships after winning the pentathlon, placing third in the long jump with the fourth-best jump (19-11) in program history...anchored 4x400 relay team which crossed the line in a school-record time of 3:42.79 to finish fifth...posted the fifth-fastest time (55.94) in program history in the 400 meters at the Akron Invitational (Feb. 6) as well as winning the pentathlon with a cumulative score of 4,089...a MAC Distinguished Scholar-Athlete recipient and first-team Academic All-MAC honoree.

2014-15: Indoor: Garnered second-team All-Mid-American Conference accolades after finishing second in the pentathlon with a cumulative score of 3,796...turned in four top-five efforts in the long jump, including a season-best jump of 18-9.25 to win the Akron Pole Vault Convention (Jan. 9)...member of 4x400 relay at MAC Championship that finished sixth in 3:50.57...jumped a season-high 5-3.00 as part of the pentathlon at the Akron Invitational (Feb. 7)...Outdoor: USTFCCCA Academic All-America recipient...an NCAA East Preliminary Round qualifier placing 33rd and 34th, respectively, in the long jump (19-6.75) and 400-meter hurdles (59.94)...garnered second-team All-MAC honors after posting the third-best heptathlon score (5,377) in program history at the MAC Championship (May 14-15), while also finishing second in the 400-meter hurdles in 59.69...placed fifth in long jump and ninth as member of 4x400 relay team at MAC Championship (May 15) with a leap of 19-2.50 and a time of 3:49.33...recorded second-fastest time in the 400-meter hurdles in program history, 59.22, to place third at the Longhorn Invitational (May 2)...earned five top-10 performances in the 400-meter hurdles and four in the long jump...won the 400-meter hurdles at the Campbell/Wright Invitational (May 9) in 59. 24, while finishing third and fifth, respectively, in the javelin (115-3) and high jump (5-1)...posted sixth-place effort in heptathlon at Cal Invite Combined (April 15-16) with score of 5,269...recorded season-best marks in the javelin (118-1), high jump (5-3), shot put (36-7.50) and 200 meters (24.63) as part of the heptathlon at the MAC Championship.