Track & Field

    Kyle Overway  
    Kyle Overway

    RS Junior

    Logansport, Ind.

    High School:


    2013-14 (R-SOPHOMORE) : Cross Country: finished in fifth-place at the Indiana Open with an 8,000m time of 25:38.1...ran an 8K season-best of 24:53.2 to finish in fifth-place at the Paul Short Run...finished in fifth-place at the Hoosier Open. Indoor: finished in fourth-place in the 3,000m run at the Gladstein Invitational in 8:18.73...finished in 13th place at the Big Ten Indoor Championships in the 5K in 14:21.59. Outdoor: finished in second-place in the 3K at the Charlotte 49er Classic in 8:36.90...finished in 17th place at the Big Ten Outdoor Championships in the 10K in 30:12.15.

    2012-13 (R-FRESHMAN): Indoor: season-best time of 4:17.33 to finish in eighth-place in the mile run at the Hoosier Hills Invitational...finished in second-place at the Indiana University Relays in the 3,000-meter run in a time of 8:29.46...Outdoor: finished in third-place at the Alabama Relays in the 5,000-meter run in a time of 14:42.65...competed at the Big Ten Outdoor Championships in the 10,000-meter run and placed 16th in a season-best time of 31:08.53.

    2012 (REDSHIRT): Cross Country: Redshirted. Indoor: Redshirted. Outdoor: Redshirted.

    PREP: Owns Logansport's school records for the cross country 5k (15:30) and the 3,200m (9:17) in track ... ran the 800m in 1:58.3, the 1,600m in 4:22 and the 2K steeplechase in 6:07 ... was named IATCCC Class 4A Runner of the Year ... was a five-time North Central Conference champion ... was a New Prairie semi-state champion ... was the recipient of the IHSAA Cross Country Mental Attitude Award ... led his team to the 2010 semi-state in cross country. PERSONAL: Born May 24, 1993 ... biology major ... son of Craig and Laura Overway.

    Coach Helmer: "Kyle is known as a hard worker who should have no problem with the transition to college level volume. The question will be how he adapts and responds to the structure and diversity of the training he will need to do to take advantage of his work level in an attempt to find a place where he can be competitive in the Big Ten. The steeple may very well provide that opportunity first."


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