|Hometown||Colorado Springs, Colo.|
|Prev. School||Adams State|
03-04: Posted a 19:02 at the Wyoming Open on Sept 5, 2003 ... Placed 97th at the Rocky Mountain Shootout on Oct 5, 2003 ... Placed 28th in the mile run at the Joe Davies Meet on Jan 31 ... Took seventh in the 5000 m at the Tom Benich Classic on Apr 3 ... Placed eight in the 3000 m steeplechase Jack Christian Invite on Apr 24 ... Took third in the 5000 at the Outdoor RMAC Championships on May 7.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before CU-Colorado Springs: Ran cross-country for Wasson High School where she was a team captain ... Named Academic All-State her junior and senior years ... Trimmed nearly eight minutes off her 5k time from her sophomore to senior year ... Also played for the Thunderbirds soccer team for three seasons
Personal: Plans to major in History with an elementary teaching option ... Enjoys reading, listening to music and hanging out with friends ... Has one sister named Lia ... Parents are Robert and Margaret Smith ... Born April 3, 1984.
Stories featuring Brandy Smith
|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 3, 2004||Smith posts nation's third-fastest time||The 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.|
|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.|