Women's 6K race to begin at 9:45 a.m. CT at Percy Warner Park
Lampe claims first with meet record of 17:10.20
Carolina to race Friday at 7 p.m. at Hilton Field in Fort Jackson
Wybersky was the captain of her cross country and track program her senior year at Osbourn Park High School. She received MVP in both cross country and outdoor track. At the end of her senior year, she received the Ellis Award for participating in 12 varsity seasons throughout her high school career. She competed at the district, regional and state level for each of these seasons and was on an All-State 4x800 relay team multiple times. She was All-Region and All-District in multiple events on several occasions and was district champion in cross country and in the 1,000-meter run her junior year. Her PRs are 19:13 for a 5K, 11:29 for the two mile, 5:13 for the mile and 2:19 for the 800. She is hoping to do the 5K and the 3K during her track seasons at South Carolina and maybe even the steeple chase.
Academically, Wybersky was also very successful. She graduated with a 4.0 GPA and was ranked very high in her class. She received academic honor roll and the academic award every semester, as well as the scholar athlete award. After enrolling and testing in multiple AP classes, she received an advance placement scholar award. Wybersky was a part of the National Honor Society her junior and senior year as well as many other clubs such as FBLA, Key Club and Invisible Children. She was also a treasurer and secretary for her student council. She was one of the 15 students in her senior class to be chosen for the National Youth Salute Council for having high leadership and community roles. She volunteered at her local animal shelter, school spring cleanups and running camps/programs.
Wybersky has a sister, Ashley, who runs at UNC Wilmington and will be a junior this year. She has two little yorkies that she will miss dearly in college.