Last Updated: Dec. 5, 2012
Senior/Junior (2012) ...Finished 49th (25:21) at the open 8,000-meter Wisconsin adidas Invitational (Oct. 12) ... Finished 134th (25:36) at the 8,000-meter Notre Dame Invitational (Sept. 28) ... Opened the season with a 44th-place finish (25:48) at the 8,000-meter Spartan Invitational (Sept. 14).
Junior (2011) ... Did not compete for U-M.
Sophomore (2010) ... Wrapped up the season with a 67th-place finish (31:58.83) at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional (Nov. 13) ... Clocked a season-best 25:31.3 en route to 71st place at the Big Ten Championships (Oct. 31) ... Placed 44th at the Cowboy Jamboree (Sept. 25) with a time of 26:12.68 ... Took third place at the Michigan Open (Sept. 3), registering a time of 16:08.49.
Freshman (2009) ... Claimed 26th place with a career-best 26:06.4 in varsity debut at the Big Ten Championships (Nov. 1) ... Ran unattached in three events, claiming fourth at the EMU Open (Oct. 23), second in the open division of the Michigan Intercollegiate (Oct. 9) and 11th at the season-opening the Michigan Open (Sept. 4).
Prep ... Graduated from Nelson College (2007) ... Claimed 11th place in the 1,500m at the 2007 IAAF World Youth Championships in Ostrave, Czech Republic ... New Zealand U-16 champion in cross country (2006) as well as the800m (2006), 1,500m (2007) and 3,000m (2007) ... Also claimed the 800m title at the 2008 New Zealand U-19 event ... New Zealand men's U-16 record holder in the 1,500m (3:46.98) ... Also holds the New Zealand secondary school under-16 record in the 800m (1:53.19).
Personal ... Enrolled in College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... Majoring in psychology ... Born on March 20, 1990... Son of Clayton and Sharyon McIntyre.
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