JimAnne Hejny

JimAnne  Hejny


Cisco, Texas

High School:
Cisco H.S.





Hejny placed second overall at the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships in the women's long jump, soaring 6.20m (20-04.25) to post an NCAA provisional mark ... Hejny's leap at that time was currently the 22nd best leap in the nation ... Also, finished second in the long jump at the Last Chance Meet and Arkansas Invite ... Led TCU at the Texas Tech Invite, winning the long jump with a leap of 5.87m (19-03.25) ... Opened the outdoor season by jumping 20 feet, ¼ inches to place second overall at the TCU Invite in the long jump ... At the Penn Relays, Hejny soared to a fifth-place finish with a regional qualifying jump of 41 feet, 8 ½ inches in the college division ... Hejny's leap was ranked in the top 30 of the NCAA descending order list following competition in Philadelphia ... Earned all-conference honors in the women's triple jump by leaping to a third-place finish ... Competed at the 2008 Midwest Regional in Lincoln, Neb.

Competed in the long jump and triple jump ... Only competed during outdoor season because of basketball ... Earned two regional-qualifying marks in the long jump ... Finished second in the long jump at the UTA Invitational with a leap of 19-08.75 (6.01m) ... Placed third in the long jump at the TCU Invitational with a jump of 19-08.75 (6.01m) ... Competed in the triple jump at the Texas Relays ... Placed ninth in the long jump at the Penn Relays (19-00.00).

Did not compete.

Competed in two outdoor events at the UTA Invitational and Texas Relays ... Leaped 19-03.25 to a runner-up finish in the long jump at the UTA meet.

Showed consistent improvement in both horizontal jumps as the outdoor season progressed ... did not compete indoors due to her basketball obligations ... Captured the gold medal in the triple jump at the TCU Invitational with a season-best mark of 12.57 meters (41-03.00) ... Grabbed the silver medal in the long jump (5.92m) and took fourth in the triple jump (12.12m) at the C-USA outdoor meet in Louisville ... Qualified for the Midwest Regional meet in the long jump... posted a ninth place finish in College Station with a career-best jump of 6.23 meters (20-05.25) to earn a spot in the NCAA Championships ... Placed in a tie for 17th at the NCAA outdoor meet in Austin with a mark of 6.09 meters (19-11.75).

High School
Earned four letters in track & field at Cisco High School, competing for coach Lori Whatley... helped her team capture two state track titles ... only athlete (male or female) to win seven different events at state track meet over a four-year career ... Was a four-time state champion in the triple jump and won consecutive long jump titles her junior and senior years ... won 15 gold medals at the state meets during her career, including five as a senior ... Received four basketball letters, playing for TCU grad Darla Henry ... Tabbed the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) Class 2A Player of the Year in both 2002 and 2003 ... Was a second-team all-state basketball selection by the Texas Sports Writer's Association (TSWA)... garnered first team accolades at the regional level... named her districts MVP ... Averaged 20 points, 10 rebounds, five assists, four steals and three blocks per game for her career ... Was also a varsity Cheerleader for three years.

Also a member of TCU basketball team ... Married former TCU defensive lineman Jesse Hejny in summer 2005 ... Parents are Jim and Debbie Baker ... father was a collegiate athlete for Howard Payne University from 1978-79 ... a middle school education major who plans to teach upon graduation.

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