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Kerron Stewart
Kerron Stewart

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
St. Catherine, Jamaica

Last College:
St. Jago

Event:
Sprints

2007 NCAA Champion (60m/200m)
2007 SEC Champion (60m/200m)
2007 National Indoor Track Athlete of the Year
2007 South Region Indoor Track Athlete of the Year
2007 SEC Women's Indoor Track Runner of the Year
2006 Outdoor All-American (100m/200m/4x100m relay)
2006 Indoor All-American (60m/200m/4x400m relay)
2006 SEC Outdoor Champion (100m/4x400m relay)
2006 SEC Indoor Champion (55m/200m)
2006 SEC Women's Outdoor Track Runner of the Year
2006 Mideast Region Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year
2006 South District Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year
2006 South Region Indoor Track Athlete of the Year

2007 Indoor: Named SEC Runner of the Year and USTFCCCA National Runner of the Year after capturing the SEC and NCAA Championships in the 60m and the 200m ... Named an All-American for the seventh and eighth time as a collegian, which makes her the second-most decorated Auburn female athlete in school history in that category ... Became only the second athlete in Auburn history to win two national titles at one NCAA Championships ... Named South Region Indoor Track Athlete of the Year by the USTFCCCA ... Set school, meet and facility records with her times in the 60m (7.14) and 200m (22.46) at the SEC Championships ... Won 60m and 200m races at the Tyson Invitational ... Also participated on one 4x400 relay at the Clemson Invitational and in one 400m race at the Diet Pepsi Invitational.

2006 Outdoor: Was the national runner-up in both the 100m and 200m at the NCAA Championships, and anchored Auburn's fifth-place 4x400m relay team ... Posted a time of 11.36 into a headwind in the 100m, finishing just 0.02 seconds behind the race winner ... Set a new school record in the finals of the 200m, racing to a time of :22.65, which was just 0.03 behind the winner ... Became just the second Auburn female athlete to earn three All-American honors at one NCAA Outdoor Championship meet, joining Elva Goulbourne in 2003 ... Also became the second Auburn track and field athlete, male or female, to win six All-American honors in one year, again joining Goulbourne in 2003 ... Was named SEC Women's Outdoor Track Runner of the Year after winning the 100m in an SEC record time of 11.03 seconds, finishing second in the 200m in 22.85, helping the 4x400m relay team win in 3:31.35 and anchoring the fourth-place 4x100m relay time to a time of 44.59 ... Her time of 11.03 in the 100m was at the time the fastest mark in the world in 2006 ... Was named by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association as the NCAA Division I Women's Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year for the Mideast Region, and the South District Women's Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year ... Won the 100m and helped the 4x100m relay team place second at the NCAA Mideast Regional ... Helped the 4x400m relay team place second at the Penn Relays with a school-record time of 3:27.93 ... Won the 100m and was part of the winning 4x100m relay team at the Auburn Invitational ... Won the 200m and helped the 4x100m relay team win at the Sun Angel Classic ... Also ran on the winning 4x100m relay team at the Yellow Jacket Invitational.

2006 Indoor: Earned All-American honors in the 55m, 200m and as part of Auburn's 4x400m relay team ... Became only the fifth Auburn track and field athlete, male or female, to earn All-American honors in three events at one NCAA indoor championship meet ... Finished fourth in the 60m in 7.23 seconds, just 0.03 seconds behind the winner ... Was sixth in the 200m (22.98) and ran the third leg on Auburn's second-place 4x400m relay team that set a school record in 3:29.50 ... Was named the NCAA Division I Women's Indoor Track Athlete of the Year for the South Region ... Earned the Commissioner's Trophy at the SEC Indoor Championships as the highest female point scorer at the meet ... Won the 55m and the 200m at the SEC Championships, and ran on the second-place 4x400m relay team ... Her winning time of 6.71 seconds in the 55m was a new school record ... Posted a mark of 22.97 seconds in the 200m at the Tyson Invitational, posting the fifth fastest time in the world that year at the time and the second-best mark in Auburn indoor history ... Won the 55m at the Pepsi Invitational in 6.85 seconds.

Prior To Auburn: Won the 60m and the 200m at the 2004 NJCAA Indoor Championships ... Placed second in both events at the 2005 NJCAA Indoor Championships ... First-team NJCAA Outdoor All-American in the 100m in 2004 and second-team in the 200m in 2004 and 2005.

Personal: Born April 16, 1984 ... Daughter of Winnifred Carnegie and Fernandez Stewart ... Majoring in adult education ... Lists her goals for 2006 as running 11.06 in the 100m and 22.70 in the 200m.

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