|Prev. School||Durango, Colo.|
2001-02: Placed eighth at the RMAC Indoor championships in the 400 meters with a time of 1:02.02 ... Member of the Mountain Lions' 4X400 relay team that placed sixth at the RMAC outdoor championships ... Holds the school record in the 400 meters and has the second-best time in the 200 meters ... Took 13th in the 400 meters at the mostly Division I Christiansen meet.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before CU-Colorado Springs: Led Durango High School to the Class 5A state championship in cross country ... Named most valuable athlete at the Round Valley meet.
Personal: Plans to major in business, but is undecided on specific field ... Enjoys chocolate, listening to music and playing soccer and tennis ... Has five siblings: Ken Flint, Jim Flint, Susan Klucker, Carol Kucer and Lance Thomas ... Parents are Bill Flint and Susan Terrill-Flint ... Born November 7, 1983.
Stories featuring Tiffany Flint
|May 10, 2005||Outdoor RMAC Day 2||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs wrapped up its final day at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Championships with even more fine performances.|
|May 9, 2005||Outdoor RMAC||The University of Colorado Springs women's track team had several good performances on its first day of competition at the 2005 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Outdoor Track Meet in Alamosa.|
|April 23, 2005||Fast times in Fort Collins bode well for stretch run||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs mile relay team set a new school record as the Mountain Lions competed at the Jack Christiansen Invitational in Fort Collins, Colo., on Saturday.|
|March 12, 2005||Outdoor season starts with photo finish||Nothing like a photo finish to jazz up the start of the outdoor track season.|
|February 27, 2005||Payne Takes Third at RMAC Championships||Shannon Payne took third place in the women's 5,000-meter run this past weekend at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships, the best finish by a Mountain Lion runner at the meet.|
|February 20, 2005||Women Edit Track Record Book||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs track coach Graeme Badger needed a big eraser when he edited the school's record book following Friday's Don Barrett/Air Force Open.|
|January 29, 2005||Team Effort Leads UCCS to Fourth at Davies Invitational||Every member of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's track team that competed at the Joe Davies Invitational in Golden, Colo., Saturday scored at least one team point.|
|January 22, 2005||Payne Earnes Provisional Time||Shannon Payne earned a provisional qualifying time for nationals and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs sprinters made a good showing at the Air Force Invitational on Friday and Saturday.|
|May 9, 2004||Women's track beats the heat||The CU-Colorado Springs Men's and Women's Track teams are accustomed to racing in tough conditions, but the RMAC Championships took it to a new level.|
|April 24, 2004||Final tuneup successful for women's track||Saturday, April 24, Colorado State University hosted the Jack Christiansen Invitational where the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's track team competed in their last outdoor meet of the regular season.|
|April 10, 2004||Snow doesn't deter women's track||The University of Colorado Springs' Women's track and field team, had heavy competition this Saturday, but it was of a different nature - literally.|
|February 28, 2004||Women's team has solid performance at RMAC Championships||The 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, 2004||Gray shines amid officials' confusion||There 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.|
|May 29, 2003||2003 track warp-up||For the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' 2003 track team, the outdoor season was filled with high expectations. And as they see it, the Mountain Lions turned most of those expectations into reality.|