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 David Registe
2011 ALL-AMERICAN - Long Jump
2011 GNAC CHAMPION (long jump, 100 meters, 200 meters, 4x100-mR, 4x400-mR)
2011 GNAC Championships Most Outstanding Male Performer
2009 ALL-AMERICAN - Long Jump
2008 ALL-AMERICAN - Long Jump
2008 GNAC CHAMPION - Long Jump
2007 GNAC CHAMPION - Long Jump

2011: Completed collegiate career as one of the most decorated track & field athletes in program history … made fourth appearance at the NCAA Div. II Outdoor Track & Field Championships … collected third All-America honor with a 4th-place result in the long jump with a leap of 24-11.25 … first UAA track & field athlete to earn All-America honors in three separate seasons … recorded a NCAA provisional time in the 200 meters, with a UAA-record time of 21.44 at the Mt. SAC Relays on April 15 … bested UAA 100-meter record with a  time of 10.68 at the Willamette Invite on April 2 … posted the 2nd-best long jump in Div. II at the season opener in Las Vegas with a leap of 25-10.75 … named to the inaugural USTFCCCA Track & Field Div. II All-Region Team … at the GNAC Championships in Monmouth, Ore., on May 13-14, won a meet-record three individual titles – plus both relay titles – to earn Most Outstanding Male Performer honors … swept the 100 meters (10.76) and 200 meters (21.69) after winning the long jump title (24-6 1/4) to set a men's meet record with 30 individual points … also set a GNAC record for career points, ending up with 82 in just three championship meets in which competed … led the Seawolves to wins in both the 4x100 and 4x400 relays in times of 42.20 and 3:17.93 … first athlete – male or female – to win five events (including relays) in a single conference meet … collected GNAC Athlete of the Week honors twice (Apr. 4, Mar. 7) for performances at the Willamette Invite (Apr. 1-2) and at the UNLV Track Classic (March 5).


As a junior, earned his second All-American honor in the long jump at the NCAA Championships, finishing runner-up with a career-best jump of 25 feet, 11.5 inches – improving upon his own UAA and GNAC record in the event ... helped men to a program-best 14th-place team result … started off the season with an automatic qualifying jump of 24-9.75 at the UNLV Classic – giving him his first GNAC Athlete of the Week honor of the season ... due to an injury, sat out the next few meets before returning in mid-April for the Mt. SAC Relays and the Long Beach Invitational ... at Long Beach, smashed the GNAC record in the long jump with a mark of 24-10.5 for his second GNAC weekly honor ... at one point, his leap of 24-10.5 ranked tied for 16th in the world and 6th among Americans ... also posted UAA’s season-best time in the 200 meters at 21.91—accomplished at the Azusa Pacific meet ... raced to UAA’s second-fastest time in the 100 (11.00) ... at the conclusion of the season, was honored with the USTFCCCA West Region Male Field Athlete of the Year award and the GNAC Male Track and Field Athlete of the Year ... for winning the 2008 NCAA Championships in the long jump, Registe was awarded the 2009 UAA Athlete of the Year award at the banquet in May.

2008: NCAA Division II National Champion in the long jump ... recorded a winning leap of 24-8.5 at NCAAs, earning All-America honors ... first UAA track & field athlete in program history to win a national title ... second men’s athlete in GNAC history to win an NCAA title in outdoor track & field ... helped lead Seawolf men to a 19th-place team finish at the 2008 NCAA Division II Championships ... named GNAC Male Athlete of the Year, encompassing all of the league’s sports ... won GNAC title in the long jump for second consecutive season (voted GNAC Male Track & Field Athlete of the Year by league’s coaches) ... finished conference runner-up in the 100 meters and 200 meters for second straight league championship meet behind teammate Michael Madrid ... earned a conference title as member of UAA’s winning 4x100-meter relay team (first-ever GNAC title by a Seawolf relay squad) ... broke own school record in the long jump with a leap of 24-10 ½ at the UNLV Collegiate Classic  ... (second-best all-time in the GNAC) ... held the top long jump mark in Division II for majority of season ... set new UAA records in both the 100 meters (10.69) and 200 meters (21.71) at the Mt. SAC Relays ... finished season second on all-time GNAC performance list in the 100 and 3rd in the 200 ... helped men’s 4x100 relay team set a new school record of 41.55 at the Azusa Pacific Invitational ... recorded 11 top-5 results, including three victories ... posted a total of five runner-up performances ... recorded season-best league marks in the 100, 200 and long jump ... earned GNAC Men’s Track & Field Athlete of the Week honors after his record-breaking leap at UNLV (3/11) and after winning national title in the long jump (5/28).

2007: Placed 12th in the long jump at the NCAA Division II Championships ... one of four freshmen to compete in the long jump at Nationals ... first UAA men’s athlete to qualify for NCAAs in a field event ... won the men’s long jump title at the 2007 GNAC Championships ... earned four all-conference accolades (100, 200, long jump, 4x100 relay) ... became first Seawolf track athlete in program history to earn four or more all-conference honors in a season ... tied for men’s high-point honors at conference meet, earning 26 team points ... named the 2007 GNAC Men’s Track & Field Freshman of the Year  ... became second long jumper in GNAC history to surpass the 24-foot mark ... ranked second all-time in the GNAC record book in the long jump ... set UAA school record in the 200 with a time of 22.14 (Triton Invitational) ... registered 3rd-fastest 100 time in program history (11.05) ... recorded 10 top-10 efforts, including seven top-3 finishes ... recorded four victories overall freshman season ... other than GNACs, won long jump title at the Linfield Icebreaker, Washington Outdoor Preview and the Willamette Invitational ... earned GNAC Men’s Track & Field Athlete of the Week honors twice.

BEFORE UAA: A two-time Alaska state champion (2005, 2006) in the long jump ... jumped 22-4.25 at state senior season ... placed 3rd at state in the 200-meter dash in 2006 ... helped lead Colony to a 4th-place team effort at the 2005 state championship meet.

PERSONAL: Physical education major.



100-Meter Dash: 10.68 (4/2/11 at Willamette Invite)
200-Meter Dash: 21.44 (4/15/11 at Mt. SAC Relays)
Long Jump: 25-11.50 (5/21/09 at NCAA Championships)
Position: Jumps/Sprints
Year: Senior
Hometown: Palmer, Alaska
High School: Colony HS
Experience: 4 Letters
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