*Oakley Olson places 4th overall in the 3200m
Oakley moved to Utah from Maryland over the summer and just finished her first season for Morgan with a runner-up finish at State, and she led her new squad to the team title as well!
Adjusting to Utah's high elevation is an excruciating process, but Oakley handled the change like a pro, and she looks poised to be one of the top distance runners going into the track season.
Oakley joined the sub-five club for the mile along with the sub 10:50 club in the 3200m. Oakley is the only athlete in Utah state history to record a sub-five Full Mile along with a sub 10:50 3200m in an indoor season.
Olson is now second all-time for the indoor full mile, right behind Courtney Wayment, who ran 4:56.94 at the Jackson Invitational in 2016, and she now ranks 6th on the all-time list for the indoor 3200m.
Running under five minutes for a full mile was one of the goals Oakley mentioned in her senior spotlight that she wished to accomplish before she graduates.