Sheena Henderson

HometownJohnstown, Colo.
Prev. SchoolRoosevelt HS


03-04: Finished 42nd with a time of 17:02 at the Wyoming Open on Sept 5, 2003 ... Placed 83rd at the Rocky Mountain Shootout on Oct 4, 2003 ... Placed 27th in the mile run at the Joe Davies Meet on Jan 31 ... Took 19th in the 3000 m run at the Indoor RMAC Championships on Feb 27 ... Took sixth in the 5000 m at the Tom Benich Classic on Apr 3.

02-03:Finished 44th at the Colorado College Invite on Sept 14 ... Finished 81st at the Dan Libera Meet on Oct 12.

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before CU-Colorado Springs: Is a member of the National Honor Society ... Was named All-Conference as well as academic All-State ... Participated at state meet in both cross country and track all four years while at Roosevelt High School.

Personal Notes:

Personal: Plans to major in biology ... Loves music, art, and animals ... Also enjoys playing basketball ... Has a brother, Jason ... Parents are Niccole and Cae Deister.

Stories featuring Sheena Henderson

September 3, 2004Shepard Leads Women's Cross Country to Fourth-Place FinishSarah Shepard led the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's cross country team to a fourth-place finish at the Division I-laden Wyoming Invitational on Friday.
April 3, 2004Smith posts nation's third-fastest timeThe 2004 Tom Benich Classic was held Saturday, April 3rd at University of Northern Colorado's Nottingham Field in Greeley, Colorado. With nationals about one month away, it would prove to be a definitive point in the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's outdoor track season.
February 28, 2004Women's team has solid performance at RMAC ChampionshipsThe Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) held its indoor conference track meet last weekend at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO. With a limited track and field program, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions look towards individual performances for distinction rather than overall team scores.
January 24, 2004Gray shines amid officials' confusionThere was considerable confusion after the women's 5,000 meters at the Air Force Open Saturday. That Colorado State's Colleen Blair had won was beyond dispute. What was a problem, though, was the lap count for the rest of the field.
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