Alexis Fuller
Alexis  Fuller


Camas, Wash.

High School:
Union HS





Broncos Receive Seven All-MW Honors

Six individuals and one relay team between the Boise State men's and women's track and field teams earned seven All-Mountain West honors


O'Brien and Henderson Win Titles

Sadi Henderson (800m) and Clare O'Brien (3,000m) both won individual titles on the final day of the Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Championships


Jeffries Resets Pole Vault Record

Allison Jeffries improved upon her indoor pole vault school record and finished in second place in the event on day two of the Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Championships


Women's DMR Wins Again in Albuquerque

The Bronco women's distance medley relay team cruised to the win Thursday afternoon at the Mountain West Indoor Track and Field championships thanks to a time of 11:19.39


Albuquerque to Host MW Indoors

Boise State and the rest of the conference will converge upon Albuquerque, N.M. this weekend for the Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Championships from Feb. 23-25


Mountain West Outdoor Track and Field Championships

Mountain West Outdoor Track and Field Championships


Mountain West Indoor Track and field Championships

Mountain West Indoor Track and field Championships - Feb. 25-27 - Albuquerque Convention Center

2016 Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Champion - 800m
2016 Mountain West Indoor Track and Field Champion - Distance Medley Relay

2016-17: CROSS COUNTRY - 
Competed in four meets over the course of her cross country sophomore campaign…took 14th at the Sagebrush Invitational 5K (18:23.47) to cross as the line as Boise State’s fifth finisher…competed at the Roy Griak Invitational (23:13.1) and finished in 78th place…also saw action at the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational (140th – 21:50.2)…was 38th at the conference championships, recording a 21:45.4.

2015-16: CROSS COUNTRY -
A mainstay in the Broncos’ lineup, specifically towards the end of the year…won the Utah State Invitational with a 5k time of 17:41.1…was the fifth scoring Bronco at the NCAA Championships, clocking a 21:36.1 for 197th place…took 119th at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational, good as the No. 5 scorer for Boise State (24:52.67)…was 32nd at the Mountain West Championships (24:52.67)…63rd at the NCAA West Regional (21:45.4)…ran a 23:15.7 at the Roy Griak Invitational for 91st place...INDOOR – Had a sensational freshman season, appropriately ending it with a Mountain West title in the 800m…recorded the school record 800m time in the preliminaries of the conference championships, running a 2:08.92 to make it to the finals where she clocked a 2:09.15…helped the distance medley relay team win the conference title (1,200m) with a school-record time of 11:16.41…started the year by helping the DMR team (12:11.93) win at the Ed Jacoby Invite…was also fourth in the mile at the same event with a 5:00.28…turned in a solid 800m performance at the UW Invitational, running a 2:11.88…ran the third-fastest mile in school history at the Husky Classic (4:47.58)...OUTDOOR – Continued excelling in the middle distances, competing in the 800m and 1,500m in her debut outdoor season…took fifth in the 800m at the conference championships, running an outdoor-season-best 2:09.53…started the year at the Stanford Invitational, clocking her best 1,500m time and finish of the year with a 4:25.45 to take fourth…was 17th in the 1,500m (4:26.32) at the Stanford Twilight…ran at the Payton Jordan Invitational in the 1,500m as well, recording a 4:37.79.

Alexis Fuller was a top-three finisher at the Washington Cross Country 4A State Championships during all four years at Union High School.  She won five 5,000m cross country races and four 1,600m races in track and field in her senior season at Union. Fuller ranked 12th in the nation in the 1,500m (4:27) and won the Washington Track and Field 4A State Championship in the 800m as a freshman in 2012.

Cross Country
6k - 21:10.0

800m - 2:08.92

Mile - 4:47.58

800m - 2:09.53

1,500m - 4:25.45

3,000m - 10:10.20

1,500m - 4:27.42
800m - 2:10.68

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