UNC Track & Field Bio
 Xenia Rahn

3-TIME NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS QUALIFIER • ALL-AMERICA • NCAA FIRST ROUND QUALIFIER • ALL-ACC HONOREE

Personal Records

Heptathlon - 5,558 Pentathlon - 4,191 High Jump 5-11 ¼ Long Jump 20-3 

Redshirt Junior: Set a new personal record in the heptathlon at 5,558 at the Texas Relays, only 20 points shy of the school record making her second on the all-time list • Finished eighth overall in the heptathlon at the NCAA Outdoor Championships and earned First Team All-America Honors • Jumped a new career best in the long jump at 20-3 (6.18 meters) • Earned All-ACC Honors for finishing second in the heptathlon at the ACC Outdoor Championships • Competed at the NCAA East Preliminary Round in the long jump and finished 22nd.

Freshman and Sophomore (at Memphis): NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Championships qualifier • Earned Honorable Mention All-America honors and owns PRs of 5,463 points in the heptathlon and 4,191 points in the pentathlon • Conference USA champion in the heptathlon and the pentathlon as a freshman in 2012 • Runner up in the C-USA championships in the high jump and heptathlon in 2013 • Was named a C-USA Athlete of the Week • Named to the Dean's List from the fall of 2011 to the spring of 2013 and was a part of the Memphis Tigers 3.0 Club for the same duration.

Prep: Transferred from the University of Memphis, where she was an NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Championships qualifier • Competed in her homeland's German Championships, winning the heptathlon in 2010 and the pentathlon in 2011.

Personal: Xenia Rahn is the daughter of Mireille Rahn and Carsten Zieseniss • Plays the piano and enjoys playing tennis and volleyball • Born March 9, 1991 in Dormagen, Germany.


 

Position: Multis
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: Hamburg, Germany
High School: Friedrich-Ebert Gymnasium
Other College: University of Memphis
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