Shannon Payne Signs Letter of Intent

By Mike McNeely published November 19, 2003


University of Colorado at Colorado Springs cross-country coach Graeme Badger announced on Wednesday that Shannon Payne had signed a letter of intent.

Payne is from Franktown, CO and will graduate from Ponderosa High School in the spring. She won both the Centennial league and the 5A regional meets in 2003. She went on to finish 19th at state.

She has personal best times of: 18:57 in the 5k, 11:47 in the 3200 m, and 5:24 in the 1600 m.

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