Alexis Torns

Fr/Fr | 5-7 | Jumps | Austin, Texas | Westlake HS

High School

2020 graduate of Westlake High School in Austin, Texas … Coached by Anthony Torns … Team MVP in her senior season and served as team captain … Earned First Team Academic All-State … Established career best marks of 38-10 ½, setting school record in triple jump, and 18-5 in long jump … During indoor senior season, set career best marks of 17-0.75 and 36-3.5 … As a junior in 2019, won district title in 200m, placed second in area and seventh in Region IV-6A meet … In triple jump, placed third in district and area meets, finished fourth in Region … Also member of 4×400 relay that won district title, and ran on sprint medley and distance medley relays that each placed 10th in Texas Relays … Sophomore season in 2018 competed at Marble Falls HS … Member of 4×200 relay that won district, placed fourth in area and finished fifth in Region IV-5A … Freshman season in 2017, ran on junior varsity 4×100 and 4×200 relays that each claimed district titles and was runner-up in 100m and triple jump … Competed in track and field four years, lettered in three … Member of volleyball team for two years, lettered one year … Academic honors include Westlake Academic Achievement award, Merit Award for AP English Comp and National Honor Society … Student Body Vice President, member of Senior Girls Interact Club and Best Buddies.

HS best marks: 18-5 (long jump), 38-10.5 (triple jump), 12.44 (100), 25.42 (200)

Indoor best marks: 17-0.75 (long jump), 36-3.5 (triple jump), 8.11 (60), 26.24 (200)

Personal

Alexis Micaiah Torns was born May 4, 2002 in New Orleans, Louisiana … Hometown is Austin, Texas … Daughter of Anthony and Anitra Torns … Has three siblings, Anthony II, Ashton and Amir … Father competed in track and field at Grambling State … Majoring in Finance and Management … Career plans include becoming a sports attorney … Favorite athletes are Allyson Felix and LeBron James … Person she most admires are her parents … Musically inclined … Chose Arkansas because she enjoyed the sense of community and loved the School of Business.