|Shauntae Lockett -
2005: Part of the 4x100-meter relay team that ran an NCAA Regional Championship qualifying time of 45.51 in its third-place finish at the Alabama Relays, which was the third-fastest time in school history ... part of the sprint medley relay team that took first place at the Alabama Relays and set a UAB record of 3:52.77 ... also part of the 4x200-meter relay team that ran the fifth-fastest time in school history and took fifth at the Alabama Relays with a time of 1:40.11 ... set a personal record in the 60-meter dash with a 7.74 at the C-USA IndoorChampionships ... also set a personal record in the 200 meters at the C-USA Indoor Championships with a time of 35.58 ... set a personal record at the Houston Cougar Indoor Track and Field Opener with a 55-meter time of 7.18 ... ran a personal record time of 25.00 in the 200 meters at the Alabama Relays.
2004: Had one of the top-three times on the team in the 300-meter event and set a personal record with a time of 42.57 at the Southeast Invitational ... had a personal-best time of 7.42 in the 55-meter dash at the Saluki Booster Invitational ... ran a 12.21 in the 100-meter dash at the Ole Miss Invitational, which was a personal record ... had a personal record 25.22 in the 200-meter sprint at the Samford Twilight Invitational ... recorded a personal-best time of 59.66 in the 400 meters at the ASU Invitational.
High School: Attended Athens High School in Athens, Ala. ... 5A State Champion in the 100 and 200-meters as a sophomore ... repeated as 200-meter champion as a junior ... state runner-up in the 100 and 200-meters as a freshman ... Decatur Daily track athlete of the year following her junior season ... was part of the two-time 5A state championship basketball team that won a state-record 69 games in a row ... was MVP of the volleyball team her senior season... earned most-valuable hitter as a junior.
Personal: Full name is Shauntae Nicole Lockett ... born Feb. 26, 1985 in Huntsville, Ala ... mother is Elizabeth Lockett ... majoring in community health.