Rmidi leads men to fourth place finish, Halmon is top women's runner
2014 Women's XC UMES Cappy Anderson Invitational on Sept. 20. (Photos by Megan Raymond)
See Megan Raymon's shot of the Men's Cross Country team at the Cappy Anderson Invitational.
2013:Averaged out as the Lady Hawks' second most consistent runner from the cross country season...brought home a top ten time of 20:59.87 and a tenth place finish at the Hornet Invitational...improved on her 5k times throughout the fall...culminated with the second best finish of the Lady Hawks at the MEAC Championships with a 23rd place time of 19:48.60.
Personal: born on October 11, 1991...daughter of Alolith Burrell...has two sisters andseven brothers...nickname is Hemleyboo...sociology major at UMES...placed in top ten in 800m finals and the 2000m steeple chase at the Boys and Girls Championships in 2010, which she considers her best personal sports moment...competed in track and field while in high school...prays as a pregame routine...lists her mother and grandmother as her biggest influence because they want her to achieve the best in life...best non-athletic accomplishment is passing the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) exams...hopes to work for the US Government upon graduation...favorite sayings are "The effort you put out is what you receive" and "Pain is temporary, success is forever"...hobbies outside of sports is dancing, socializing, making people laughand singing...favorite movies are The Notebook and The Game.hopes to become an All-American...best advice from her is to "Aim for the sky, and never say never"