“Wilson achieved one of the most remarkable performances of her career by becoming the first girl in Colorado prep history to break the 17-minute barrier on the state championship course at Norris-Penrose Events Center. She also emerged as one of the nation’s elite performers in 2022 with her victory at the Desert Twilight Festival in Arizona, then capped her memorable season with a runner-up showing at Nike Cross Nationals, the best finish by a Colorado female athlete at the event since 2016.”
editor at DyeStat.com
The 5-foot-9 senior raced to the Class 5A individual state championship this past season with a meet-record time of 16:59.2, leading the Eagles to third place as a team. Wilson also won the Desert Twilight Festival in Arizona and took second at Nike Cross Nationals in Oregon, earning All-America honors for the second time in her career following her 12th-place finish at the Garmin RunningLane National Championships in 2021.
Wilson has maintained a 3.52 GPA in the classroom. She has signed a National Letter of Intent to run on scholarship at Wake Forest University this fall.
Wilson has volunteered locally with Open Door Ministries and their initiative to help feed the homeless in addition to working with Operation Christmas Child and Art For The Nations. She also works in her church nursery.