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Sarah Darby Athlete Profile

Sarah Darby

Height: 5-6 Class: Mission Roster Years: 2010-2012 Hometown: San Clemente, CA Last School: San Clemente High School


  • Parents are Cameron and Melissa
  • Has four siblings - Kyle, Paige, Claire and Tess
  • Undeclared major

Before BYU

  • Prepped at San Clemente High School
  • Coached by Michael Dunne
  • Holds the freshman/sophomore one mile records at San Clemente High School
  • Recorded one of the top three cross country times in San Clemente High School history
  • Named All-League cross country junior and senior seasons
  • Earned All-State cross country honors as a junior
  • League champion in the 1600m in track
  • Named Female Athlete of the Year at San Clemente High School for 2010
  • Member of the Key Club and the California Scholarship Federation


  • WCC Freshman of the Year (2011)


2012: Sophomore
Place Event Time Distance
109 Louisville Invitational 18:04.0 5K
16 Wisconsin Invitational (B-race) 21:32.0 6K
21 WCC Championships 21:21.0 6K
66 Mountain Region Championships 22:15.5 6K
2011: Freshman    
Place Event Time Distance
3 Utah State Invitational 17:42.7 5K
63 Roy Griak Invitational 21:56.0 6K
80 Notre Dame Invitational 18:03.0 5K
152 Wis. Adidas Invitational 21:37.0 6K
17 WCC Championships 21:56.0 6K
40 MCAA Mountain Regionals 22:20.9 6K
186 NCAA Championships 21:45.4 6K

2011 | Freshman Year

  • Finished third overall with a time of 17:42.7 in the Utah State Invitational
  • Finished 17th overall in the WCC Championships in 21:56
  • Placed 63rd in the Roy Griak Invitational in 21:56
  • Crossed the finish line in 18:03 during the Notre Dame Invitational in 80th place

2012 | Sophomore Year

  • In first race of sophomore season, finished sixth for BYU and 109th overall in 18:04.0 at Louisville Invitational
  • Placed third for BYU and 16th overall in the Wisconsin Invitational B-race in 21:32.0
  • At WCC Championships, finished fourth for BYU and 21st overall in 21:21.0
  • During the Mountain Region Championships, placed sixth for BYU and 66th overall in 22:15.5