Krystal Deyo
Krystal Deyo
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Castle Rock, Wash.
High School: Castle Rock HS '06
Position: Sprints/Jumps
Experience: 3L

Indoor Best at EWU
55 meters 7.04 * 60 meters 7.55 * 200 meters 25.81 * Long jump 19-2 3/4

Outdoor Best at EWU
100 meters 11.90 * 200 meters 25.48 * Long jump 18-8 1/4

2009-10 - Indoor: Deyo ran a season-best time in the 55 meters in the prelims at the Big Sky Conference Championships. She placed eighth, after suffering a back injury in the finals. She placed sixth in the long jump with a mark of 18-10 3/4. Outdoor: Utilized redshirt season.

2008-09: Outdoors, Deyo was part of the 4x100 team that won the Big Sky Conference Championship. She also finished second in the 100 meters with a time of 11.97 and ninth in the long jump with an effort of 18-3. She went on to finish 15th in the long jump with a mark of 18-3 1/4 at the NCAA West Regionals. She had a career-best mark of 19-8 1/4 in the long jump at the 38th Annual Pelluer Invitational to break the school record of 19-1 3/4 set in 2000 by Cristi Horning. Indoors, Deyo finished second in the 60 meters with a time of 7.55 to break the school record previously held by Celeste Stutheit of 7.67 set in 1999. Deyo was fourth in the long jump with a career-best mark of 19-2 1/4 at the BSC Championships. She was named Big Sky All-Academic indoors and outdoors.

2007-08: Outdoors, Deyo finished fourth in the 100 meters with a time of 12.27 and 10th in the long jump with a mark of 17-3 1/2 at the Big Sky Conference Championships. Her season-best long jump came at the Sasquatch Field Events/Distance Carnival with a mark of 18-2 1/4. Deyo redshirted the 2008 indoor season. She was named Big Sky All-Academic outdoors.

2006-07: Outdoors, Deyo finished sixth in the 100 (season-best time of 11.92) and 14th in the long jump (16-7) at the BSC Outdoor Championships. She had her career bests in the long jump (17-6 1/4) and 200 (26.07) at the Vandal Outdoor Jamboree and Pelluer Invitational, respectively. Indoors, Deyo finished 11th in the long jump (17-3 1/4) at the BSC Indoor Championships. She was Big Sky All-Academic both indoors and outdoors.

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