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David Cotton
David  Cotton

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Madison, Conn.

High School:
Daniel Hand

Event:
Cross Country/Distance


PRs: 1500m - 3:54.43; 1600m - 4:16.84; 3000m- 8:28.39; 3000mSC - 10:07.31; 3200m - 9:32.39; 5000m - 14:40.01

2012 Outdoor
• Finished 13th at ACCs in 3000mSC in PR 10:07.31
• Ran a PR of 14:40.01 in the 5000m at Colonial Relays
• Achieved PR in 1500m of 3:54.43 at Virginia Swashbuckle

2011-12 INDOOR
• Ran a PR of 8:28.39 at Penn State National Invite

2011 CROSS COUNTRY
• Scored at Panorama Fames Invite, finishing 14th
• Placed 94th at NCAA Southeast Regional

2011 OUTDOOR
• Did not compete

2011 INDOOR
• Did not compete

2010 CROSS COUNTRY
• Placed 18th at Lou Onesty Invite

High School
• All-American in the 4xMile ('10)
• Southern Connecticut Conference Champion in 4x800m
• Finished sixth at the New England Championships in the mile
• Member of 4x800m relay team ranked No. 3 in Connecticut in 2010
• DMR won IRV Black Invitational and was ranked No. 2 DMR in Connecticut
• Placed fifth at the SCC Championships in cross country in 2010
• Ranked top-five in Connecticut for the mile in 2010
• Ranked top-15 in Connecticut for 3200m in 2010

Personal
• Son of Mike Cotton, member of the ACC 50th Anniversary Track Team as a two-time All-American and seven-time ACC Champion for the Cavaliers

More about David:
• Favorite movie: Donnie Darko
• Favorite TV show: Two and a Half Men
• Favorite band: Kid Cudi

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