Evan Jameson
Evan Jameson
Height: 5-10
Year: Jr.
Hometown: San Diego, CA
High School: Del Norte HS
Experience: 2Y

2017-18 -- Track: Almost won the Big West title for the 10,000 meters at the conference championships on May 11, taking second place (to teammate Swarnjit Boyal) with a performance of 33:58.87 ... the very next evening after making the All-Big West Team, also finished 15th at the finals hosted by CSUN for the 5,000m, in 15:05.78 ... posted a 5,000 PR of 14:42.42 at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival on March 30 ... began his spring with a pair of back-to-back 3,000-meter efforts: a second-place 8:34.41 at the Cal Opener in Berkeley on March 3 before adding a third-place 8:35.20 at UC Santa Barbara’s Tri-Meet (also vs. UC Riverside) March 10. Cross Country: Helped the Mustangs win their second straight Big West title on Oct. 28 — as Cal Poly claimed the conference trophy with a team score of 29 at UCR ... finished 25th individually at the championship meet, with an 8k performance of 25:24.2 ... also recorded a 21st-place time of 26:27.70 at UCSB’s Lagoon Open on Sept. 2, part of a dominant 17-44 Blue-Green Rivalry win.

2016-17 -- Cross Country: Opened the year with a 33rd-place 8k time of 27:35.99 at the Lagoon Open around UCSB on Sept. 3 ... added a 133rd-place 26:04.2 at the UC Riverside Invite on Sept. 17 ... also finished ninth at the Cal Poly Invitational hosted at Fairbanks Memorial Course in San Luis Obispo on Oct. 15, at 29:17.4.

2015-16 -- Redshirted.

Prep -- As a senior at Del Norte High School in San Diego, finished ninth at the CIF State Cross Country Championships for Division 3, running the 5k in 15:33.00 ... in track season, his top 3,200-meter performance was 9:11.26 (a time that won the San Diego Section title and served as a precursor to his 14th-place finish at the 2015 state finals) ... graduated owning six program records for cross country and one in track ... was a scholar-athlete honoree and was chosen as the overall Nighthawk Athlete of the Year in 2015.

Personal -- Chose Cal Poly because “it was recommended highly by coaches, it has an excellent engineering program, and San Luis Obispo is beautiful” ... majors in Computer Engineering.