Sarah Lancaster
            event: javelin  
            height: 5-9
            year: senior
            hometown: Sandy, Utah
            last school: Alta HS
JUNIOR - (2008):
  • Began the outdoor season with a second place finish in the javelin (153-06) at the Willie Williams Classic
  • Took fourth in the javelin (148-03) at the MWC Championships
SOPHOMORE - (2007):
  • Didn't compete indoor
  • Took fifth in the javelin with a season best throw of 152 feet 2 inches at the ASU/ Clif Bar Invitational
  • Won the javelin at the Cougar Invitational
  • Took third at the Wildcat Outdoor Open at Weber State University
  • Placed second in the javelin at the Robison Invitational
  • Took third in the javelin at the MWC Championships
  • Named to the All-MWC Team
  • Competed in the javelin at the West Region
FRESHMAN - (2006):
  • Finished 12th in the open shot put at the Mountain States Games with a throw of 34'2.25"
  • Placed sixth in the javelin (131-02.0) at the Cal Poly Invitational
  • Competed in the discus (123-03.0) at the ASU Invitational
  • Came in fifth in the javelin (149-10) at the UCLA Invite
  • Placed third in the javelin (145-11.0) and fourth in the discus (132-01.0) at the BYU Invite
  • Came in sixth in the javelin (142-06.5) and competed in the discus (126-01.5) at the Mountain West Conference Championships
  • Competed in the javelin (127-11.0) at the NCAA West Regional meet
  • Named Scholar Athlete by the Student Athlete Academic Center
BEFORE BYU:
  • Was named Academic all-region
  • Varsity letter at Alta High School
  • Member of the first team all-state for two years
  • Lettered two years in track and was state champion as a junior and second place as a senior in the javelin
  • Lettered four years in basketball
  • Second-team all-state as a junior
  • Part of the 2002 state championship basketball team
PERSONAL:
  • Born in Sandy, Utah
  • Parents are Larry and Kathy Butler
  • Married to Colby Lancaster in the summer of 2006
PERSONAL BESTS:
  • Javelin: 153-6
  • Discus: 132-1
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