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Shahaf Bareni
Shahaf Bareni

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Neot Golan, Israel

High School:
Beit Yerach HS

Height:
5-7

Event:
High Jump

2012-13
• Member of the 2013 Sun Belt Conference Outdoor Championship team
High Jump/Outdoor:

Finished seventh at the NCAA Championships, the highest finish in school history with a record- breaking jump of 1.83 meters
A sixth place finish at the NCAA West Prelims insured her a spot at the championships
Was a three-time champion at the North Texas Classic, TCU Invite and the Michael Johnson Classic
Runner-up at the Sun Belt Conference Championships and at Drake Relays.
Indoor:
Four time indoor champion at the Howie Ryan Invitational, Sooner Invite, Red Raider Open, and the JD Martin Invite
Was the runner up at the Indoor SBC Championships and the Iowa State Classic
Posted a record-breaking jump of 1.79 meters at the Howie Ryan Invite

2011-12
• Member of the 2012 Sun Belt Conference Outdoor Championship team
High Jump:
Was in the top-25 at the NCAA West Preliminary Round
Named to the USTFCCCA All-Academic Track and Field team
Topped out at 1.81 meters for the year at the SBC Outdoor Championships
Took first-place at the Texas State Bobcat Classic
Completed the indoor season with a third-place finish at the SBC Indoor Championships
Finished in the top-10 at every regular season meet

2010-11
High Jump:
Made her North Texas debut at the Sun Belt Conference Indoor Championships and earned a sixth-place finish, clearing the 1.60m bar
Won the Mean Green Twilight
Topped out at 1.70m for the year at the Michael Johnson Classic
Received all-conference honors for her third-place finish at the SBC Outdoor Championships.

High School/Personal
Was the Israel Champion for ages 13-15 in the high jump in 2004-05 and was named the champion for youth and cadets from 2007-09
Took third place at the Israel Championship in 2010
Attended high school at Beit Yerach
Daughter of Anat and Yaakov Bareni
Has two siblings, Yarden and Adva.

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