Triple-Threat Sprinters 2011-2020 | AZ Girls

In 2015, 2016, and 2020 there were 4 girls from these years who made our Triple Threat Sprinters list. From left to right: Kevina Godfrey (2015), Sasha Jarrett (2016), Jayde Charlton (2020).

On Tuesday, we gave you our Boys 2011-2020 "Triple-Threat Sprinters" list. Today we have our girls triple-threat sprinters over the past 10 seasons. 

100 M, 200 M, & 400 M GIRLS

We looked at the top-40 Arizona girl athletes in the 100, 200, and 400 since 2011. From there we found out which of these athletes had competed in all three events and hence, we have our list of 27 Arizona girls of the past and present who are triple-threat Arizona speed-queens.

100 M

In the 100 meters, there was the fastest time of 11.56 seconds and the slowest time of 12.10 seconds, with an average 100-meter clocking of 11.96 for this group. 

200 M

In the 200 meters, the fastest time for this group was at 23.84 seconds and the slowest time of 25.61 seconds, with an average 200-meter sprint of 24.69

400 M

In the 400 meters, the fastest time for these girls was 55.13 and the slowest finish was 1:02.76, with an average full-oval sprint taking 58.19 seconds.

Which class years had the most triple-threat sprinters?

The graduating classes of 2015, 2016 and 2020 all have 4 girls each making the list.

Which classes had the fewest amount of girls on the list?

The Class of 2013 and 2021 had no one on our list. The Classes of 2011, 2012, and 2022 have 1 person each on our list.

Which schools had girls on this list?

In alphabetical order: Blue Ridge, Buena (3), Chandler (6), Hamilton, La Joya Community, Liberty, Mountain Pointe (3), North Canyon, Pinnacle, Raymond S. Kellis (2), Salpointe Catholic, South Mountain (2), Tempe, Tucson Magnet, and Valley Vista.

Where did these young women compete in college?

The colleges and universities these girls compete or competed for are impressive: (Alphabetically) Arizona State, Grand Canyon, Northern Arizona, New Mexico St., Purdue, Sacramento State, Southern Methodist University, Tennessee St., University of Arizona, University of Oregon, and Villanova.

Who made this list?

Find out who is on our list from today and yesteryear.