Indoor Track

Stacey Robben
 Stacey Robben

Parker, Colo.

High School:



2009 (Indoor Sophomore/Outdoor Junior): Stacey began the indoor season at the Wyoming Power Meet (Dec. 6) where she recorded her best throw of the season in the shot put, finishing in eighth place (11.81m). She scored once during the outdoor season as she came in seventh place in the discus throw (44.02m) at the Jack Christiansen Invitational (April 24). She claimed first place in the discus (44.16m) at the CU Invitational (April 11).

2008 (Indoor Freshman/Outdoor Sophomore): After gaining experience during the indoor season, Stacey scored twice during the outdoor season. She finished in fourth place in the shot put (12.82m) at the Jack Christiansen Invitational (April 25), and in sixth place in the shot put (11.89m) at the Front Range Championships (May 3). She also earned an MWC Scholar-Athlete award.

2007 (Outdoor Freshman): After redshirting during the indoor season, Stacey posted a score at the Rob Upton Invitational (March 24) with a fifth-place finish in the discus throw (33.26m).

High School: Stacey was a four-time letterwinner in track and field while attending Chaparral High School in Parker, Colo. She was named all-conference as well as team MVP. She holds the school record in the discus throw (43.92m), set in 2006.

Personal: Stacey was born March 15, 1988, to Mark and Connie Robben in Orange County, Calif. She has a brother, Joe, and two sisters, Amy and Megan. She is majoring in biology.