Brad Wall
Brad Wall
Year: NE/Sr.
Hometown: Vancouver, Wash.
High School: Evergreen HS '08
Position: Sprints
Experience: 4L*

Indoor Best at EWU
55m 6.60 • 200m 22.12 • 400m 47.07

Outdoor Best at EWU

100m 11.19 • 200m 21.87 • 400m 46.67 • 800m 1:55.77

All-Big Sky Accolades: 2013 Outdoor: Champion in 400m. 4x400m relay, 2nd.2012 Indoor: Champion in 4x400m relay. 400m, 3rd. 2011 Outdoor: Champion in 400m. 4x100m relay, 2nd. 4x400m relay, 3rd. 2011 Indoor: Champion in 400m. 2010 Outdoor: Champion in 400m. 4x400m relay, 2nd. 4x100m relay, 3rd.

2011-12: Indoor: Wall placed third in the 400 at the BSC Indoor Championships with a time of 47.07, good for second all-time at Eastern behind teammate and fellow Vancouver native Brad Michael, who placed second in 46.97.  He ran the anchor leg on the Big Sky Champion and school record-breaking 4x400 relay team (3:11.04). Wall won the 400 at both the UW Indoor Preview (48.60) and Idaho Vandal Indoor (47.95). He also placed third overall in both the UW Invitational (47.72) and Husky Classic (47.61). He was selected to the winter Big Sky All-Academic team and the USTFCCCA All-Academic team. Outdoor: Redshirted.

2010-11: Indoor: Wall won the 400 at the BSC Indoor Championships, clocking a time of 47.58, a mere .01 faster than the runner-up. He placed 11th at the Indoor Championships in the 200 with a time of 22.39. He ran on the 4x400 relay team that placed fourth with a time of 3:18.33. He ran his indoor personal best in the 200 with a time of 22.12 at the UW Husky Classic to rank ninth all-time at Eastern. At the Candy Cane Invite, Wall won the 55 with a personal-best time of 6.60. Wall received Big Sky Men’s Track Athlete of the Week honors after winning the 400 at the UW Indoor Preview (48.23). Outdoor: Wall won his third consecutive title in the 400 at the BSC Outdoor Championships with a time of 46.93. He ran the anchor leg on the school record-breaking 4x100 relay that placed second in 40.46. He also anchored the 4x400 relay that ran 3:13.71 (sixth all-time), placing third. He ran a personal-best of 21.87 in the prelims of the 200, placing ninth and missing finals by .18 seconds. Wall advanced to the NCAA West Preliminary Round in the 400 and 4x100 relay, running 48.79 in the 400 to place 43rd and 41.45 in the relay to place 18th. At the Stanford Invitational, Wall won the 400 with a time of 47.88. He competed in the Olympic Development section of the 400 at the Mt. Sac Relays, placing fourth in 47.58. He was selected to the winter and spring Big Sky All-Academic teams and the USTFCCCA All-Academic team.

2009-10: Indoor: Wall was fourth in the 400 at the 2010 BSC Indoor Championships, running an indoor season-best time of 48.24. He ran on both the 4x400 relay (sixth, 3:18.93) and distance medley relay (fifth, 10:15.19, fourth all-time at Eastern). Outdoor: Wall had a record-shattering performance in the 400 at the BSC Outdoor Championships when he placed first, clocking a new school record of 46.67. He ran the anchor leg on both the 4x400 relay (second, 3:13.41, fifth all-time) and 4x100 relay (third, 41.46, ninth all-time). Wall also ran 21.96 in the 200 at the championships to place seventh. He advanced to the NCAA West Preliminary Round in the 400, where he ran a time of 48.05 to place 41st. He received Big Sky Men’s Track Athlete of the Week honors after winning the 400 at the Al Manuel Invite (48.34). Wall was selected to the winter and spring Big Sky All-Academic teams.

2008-09: Indoor: As a true freshman, Wall finished sixth with a time of 48.94 in the 400 at the BSC Indoor Championships. His season-best time of 48.78 came in the prelims of the Championships. Outdoor: Wall finished fourth in the 400 with a time of 48.31 at the BSC Outdoor Championships. He ran his season-best time in the prelims, crossing the line in 47.50. His season-best of 22.40 in the 200 came at the Al Manuel Invitational. Wall was selected to the winter and spring Big Sky All-Academic teams.

High School: Wall won the 400 and finished ninth in the 200 at the 2008 WIAA State 4A Championships. He had failed to make finals in the 400 during his junior season, placing 14th in the prelims. His best times were in the 100 (11.30), 200 (22.47) and 400 (48.59).  He was a two-year letterwinner in cross country and three-year letterwinner in track for the Evergreen Plainsmen. Wall also earned First-Team All-GSHL honors in the 400 (2007,2008) and 200 (2008). In cross country, Wall was First-Team All-GSHL his senior year and Second-Team his junior year. He won eight of the nine 400s he ran in his senior year, the only loss being at the Pasco Invite. Wall was a scholar athlete three times at Evergreen and broke the school record in the 400.

Personal: Journalism major. Born 3/19/90 in Vancouver, Wash. His parents are Robert Wall and Jan Loomis.

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