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Brittany Bostwick
Brittany  Bostwick

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Christiansburg, Va.

High School:
Christiansburg

Event:
Javelin

08/07/2014

Virginia Has 305 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

Conference has record 3,967 student-athletes recognized

PRs:100m - 12.93, 200m - 26.93, 800m - 2:36.73, 60H - 9.96, 100H - 17.85, TJ - 35' 3.75", LJ - 18' 4.5", HJ - 5' 0, SP - 29' 10", JT - 112' 4", Pentathlon - 2,941 pts., Heptathlon - 3,590 pts.

2013 Outdoor
• Placed 9th at the ACC Championships in the javelin
• Threw a PR of 112-4" in the javelin at the Virginia Challenge

2013 Indoor
• Had a score of 2859 in the pentathlon at Penn State's Sykes-Sabock Challenge Cup

2012 Outdoor
• Did not compete

2012 Indoor
• Did not compete

2011 Outdoor
• Placed 13th in heptathlon at ACCs
• Earned season-best score in heptathlon at Liberty Collegiate Invite (3,590 pts.)

2011 Indoor
• Finished 14th in the pentathlon at ACCs

High School
• Six-time VHSL AA All-State
• Won region champion in long jump indoors in 2010
• Regional runner-up in high jump and 55m indoors as a senior
• Also finished third in 4x400m and seventh in shot put at regionals

Personal:
• Full name s Brittany Elizabeth Bostwick
• Daughter of Scott and Pam Bostwick
• Has two siblings: Brent, 21, and Brooke, 15
• Coached by Shane Guynn at Christiansburg High School

More aabout Brittany:
• Favorite subject: science
• Favorite band: Lady Antebellum
• Favorite TV show: Modern Family

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