From enrollment in Cate School to her graduation in 1995, Tracye was involved in an interscholastic sport. Incredibly, Tracye received All CIF honors in three sports: Voll yball, Soccer and Track and Field. Tracye was selected as the Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table Track and Field Athlete of the Year in 1994 and 1995. She accepted a full athletic scholarship to attend Stanford University, and in 1997, entered her first NCAA Heptathlon vent. The rest is history. Tracye was Pac-10 Co-Player of the Year in 1998, and the Pac-l 0 Heptathlon champion in 1997, 1998 and 1999. In 1999, Tracye was the NCAA Heptathlon champion. She was a 5-tim All-American and still holds the Stanford record in th Heptathlon with a point total of 5,855.
In 2000, Tracye was selected to participate in the US Olympic Trials. Mter the first day, Tracye was in second place and fighting for a place on the Olympic Team. Unfortunately she did not make the team, but she did leave a lasting impression on those who were fortunate to see her compete.
Today Tracye is still involved in Athletics, giving back to a sport she loves. She is currently coaching Track and Field at her Alma Mater, Stanford, in Palo Alto. Tracye’s tremendous athleticism established her as an extraordinary student-athlete, and ultimately a Hall of Fame Inductee. Congratulations!