The 5-foot-6 senior middle distance talent and heptathlete won the high jump at the Class 5A state meet, adding a fourth-place finish in the 200-meter dash and taking 5th in the 100, lifting the Bearcats to second place as a team. Her personal-best clearance of 5-foot-10 in the high jump this spring was tied for 12th in the nation among prep competitors in 2022. She capped her career by winning a bronze medal at the USATF U-20 National Championships in the heptathlon, amassing 5,388 points, which ranked as the nation’s No. 2 score among prep competitors this spring. That point total also ranks No. 13 in American high school history for girls heptathletes.
Craig has maintained a 3.45 weighted GPA in the classroom. She has signed a National Letter of Intent to compete on an athletic scholarship at Louisiana Tech University this fall.
An active member of the youth ministry at Christ Temple Baptist Church, Craig has coached elementary school-age athletes in track and field.