NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS QUALIFIER • NCAA FIRST ROUND QUALIFIER
XC 5K - 17:51 • XC 6K - 21:33 • 800 - 2:09.99 • 1,500 - 4:21.95 • Mile - 4:47.60 • 3,000 - 9:51.29
Junior: Won the 3,000 at the Gene Anderson Invitational and set a new personal record at 9:51.29 • Helpeed the DMR team place 11th at the NCAA Division I Indoor Championships • Placed fourth in the 1,500 at the Florida Relays while setting a new personal record at 4:21.95 • Finished sixth in the 1,500 at the ACC Outdoor Championships • Placed 45th in the 1,500 at the NCAA East Preliminary Round • Named to All-ACC Academic Indoor team, ACC Honor Roll and USTFCCA All-Academic team • Did not compete during the cross country season.
Sophomore: Qualified and competed in the final for the mile at the ACC Championships • Ran a personal best in both the mile and the 800, 4:47.60 and 2:09.99, respectively • Was second-fastest on the team in the 800 and third-fastest in the mile • Also competed at the Armory Collegiate Invitational • Competed In five meets for the Tar Heels during the cross country season, including the ACC Championships and the NCAA Southeast Regional • Raced a new PR in the 5K at the Notre Dame Invitational • Also earned a personal best in the 6K at the Wisconsin Invitational which she matched two weeks later at the ACC Championships • Did not compete during the outdoor season • Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Freshman: Raced in three outings for the Tar Heels in 2011 cross country • Ran a personal best in the 5K at the Florida Mountain Dew Invitational as well as a personal best in the 6K at the Wisconsin Invitational • Placed 88th at the ACC Cross Country Championships • Did not compete in the indoor season • Ran the 1,500 and the 3,000 during the outdoor season.
Prep: Won silver medals in 800 and 1,500 at 2008 and 2009 OFSAA Championships • Three-time Niagara Olympic Club Athlete of the Year recipient • 2010 Canadian Junior Nationals team silver medal • Competed as member of Team Canada at 2010 IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Poland • 2010 youth national 3,000 bronze medalist • 2011 OFSSA 3,000 silver medalist
Personal: Karley Lynn Rempel is the daughter of Lisa and Tom Rempel • Rising Star, Gap Year, and CREED mentor in the Carolina Leadership Academy • Her sister is a member of the Canadian youth world's team and competed in the Ukraine in the summer of 2013 • Born April 6, 1993.