Brett Andrus Athlete Profile

Brett Andrus

Brett Andrus
Height: 5-8 Weight: 160 Roster Years: 2003-2006 Hometown: Orem, UT Mission: Daejon, South Korea Last School: Mountain View High School

Personal

  • Born in Orem, Utah
  • Parents are Rolfe and Merrilee
  • Brother, Ryan, ran for Oregon track and sister, Carolyn, runs for Utah State 

Before BYU

  • Named Academic All-Region six different times while running at Mountain View HS in Orem
  • Voted Most Dedicated on the cross country team three times
  • Named Most Valuable Player twice
  • Placed 4th at state in both the 1600m and the 3200m in 1998
  • Placed 5th in the 800m in 1999
  • Won the state championship in the 1600m and the 3200m in 1999
  • Won the state championship three times as a member of the distance medley relay team
  • Placed 4th in the 800m and the 3200m and 2nd in the 1600m in 2000
  • Was a member of Mountain View's National Champion cross country team
  • Personal bests are 1:56 in the 800m, 3:58 in the 1500m, 4:18 in the 1600m, and 9:25 in the 3200m

Stats

2006: Senior
Place Event Time Distance
9 Autumn Classic 20:30.6 4 miles
10 Sacramento State Invitational 25:13 8k
111 Bill Dellinger Invitational 26:14.35 8k
83 Pre-Nationals Open 25:43.6 8k
2005: Junior
Place Event Time Distance
7 BYU Alumni Invitational 20:28.4 4 miles
10 Autumn Classic 20:52.6 4 miles
81 Griak Invitational 25:38.0 8k
5 Pre-Nationals Open 25:19 8k
35 MWC Championships 26:07.8 8k
2004: Sophomore
Place Event Time Distance
7 BYU Alumni Invitational 20:49.2 4 miles
18 Autumn Classic 20:52.0 4 miles


2003 | Redshirt Year

Redshirted the season.

2004 | Sophomore Year

  • Finished seventh at the BYU Alumni Invitational
  • Had an 18th-place finish at the BYU Autumn Classic
  • Placed seventh at the SUU Color Country Invitational 

2005 | Junior Year

  • Placed seventh at the BYU Alumni Invitational
  • 10th-place finish at the BYU Autumn Classic
  • Took 5th in the Pre-National Open race 

2006 | Senior Year

  • Finished ninth at the BYU Autumn Classic to open the season
  • Traveled to Sacramento State where he finished 10th
  • Named to the Fall 2006 Academic All-MWC team