Will specialize in the 5,000-meter run.
2006 CROSS COUNTRY: Ran in the top three for the Gamecocks ... placed 17th overall at the Gamecock Invitational and 37th overall at the Great American Cross Country Festival ... ran a season-best 18:35 and finished 57th at the Auburn Invitational ... finished 19th at the Furman Invitational ... was the team's third-place finisher and 65th overall with a time of 23:01 at the SEC Championships ... ran the NCAA Southeast Regionals in 23:26 to finish second on the team and place 129th overall.
2006: An 11:25.01 effort finished third at the USC Invitational during the indoor season ... outdoors, ran the 5,000m in a seasonal-best of 18:33.90 at the Spec Town Relays in Athens, Ga. ... had one other time in the 18s.
2005 CROSS COUNTRY: Redshirted due to an injury.
2004 CROSS COUNTRY: Ran in three meets ... finished 45th at the Asics/Winthrop Invitational with a time of 20:09 ... also competed in the Great American Cross Country Festival and the Auburn Invitational ... missed the second half of the season due to illness.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Milton High School in Alpharetta, Ga. ... lettered four years in both cross country and track ... was the 2003 Fulton County cross country champion ... finished third in Region 6-5A and 15th in the Georgia State 5A Championship in 2003 ... earned a spot on the 2003 Atlanta Journal Constitution All-Area Cross Country Team and the Atlanta Track Club All-Metro Atlanta Cross Country Team ... served as captain of the cross country team ... set the school record in the 5K (19:46), 4x800m relay, 4x1,600m relay and distance medley relay ... named the school's Most Valuable Distance Runner in 2002 and 2003 and was the cross country MVP in 2001 and 2003 ... finished ninth at the USATF Junior Olympics Georgia State Cross Country Meet in 2002.
PERSONAL: Callie Irene Rabun was born March 2, 1986 ... is the daughter of Kenneth and Karen Rabun ... pursuing a degree in exercise science ... is in the Honors College and is a McKissick Scholar ... enjoys reading, watching movies and listening to music ... chose USC over Georgia, Clemson and Georgia Southern ... has made the President's List and the Dean's List.