BIG 12 SCORING
MOUNTAIN PACIFIC SPORTS FEDERATION SCORING
CAREER UPDATE: Beemer has become one of the best combined events athletes at CU. After her junior season, she ranks second on the all-time pentathlon list and is fifth in the heptathlon. In the pentathlon, she ranks fourth in the 60-meter hurdles (8.96) and 11th in the high jump (5-07). Her premiere event has been the 800 as she owns the best time in CU history. Beemer clocked a time of 2:11.71 at the 2012 USA Indoor Combined Events Championships and also owns the next four best times in CU combined events history. As a junior, Beemer raced the top two times in the 800 (2:09.24 and 2:12.36). Her time of 2:09.24 put her sixth all-time on the CU performers list.
2012: Indoor: Beemer saved the best for last during her redshirt junior season, recording a lifetime best performance of 3,960 points to place sixth at the USA Indoor Combined Events Championships which ranks second on CU's pentathlon list since 1985. Beemer recorded four personal bests at USAs. She clocked a time of 8.96, the fourth best by a pentathlete, in the 60-meter hurdles, threw the shot put 36-09.75, jumped 17-09 in the long jump and raced the best 800 time in the event at 2:11.71, taking first overall. Beemer's 800 time also made her the third best performer in CU overall history. Earlier in the season Beemer tied for ninth in Buffs' history in the high jump, clearing 5-7. She also picked up six points for Colorado at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Indoor Championships with a third-place finish (3,771 points). She added to CU's team score as a member of the 4x400-meter relay team which placed sixth in school record time 3:45.11.
Outdoor: Beemer competed in two heptathlons during the outdoor season. Her best performance came at the Pac-12 Championships where she registered 5,339 points to rank 14th overall (fifth on the performers list) in CU history. Beemer recorded four personal bests at the meet in the 100-meter hurdles (14.38), shot put (33-07.50), javelin (113-02) and 800 (2:09.24). The 2:09.24 is the top time ever by a CU heptathlete and is sixth on CU's all-time performers list. Beemer placed fourth at the Pac-12 Championships and also competed in the 400-hurdles where she was 10th in the prelims with a PR of 59.90. Beemer went on to compete in the 400-hurdles at the NCAA West Prelims and placed 32nd overall (1:00.79).
2011: Indoor: Redshirt. Did not compete for CU. Beemer did compete unattached at the 2011 USA Indoor Combined Events Championships and placed eighth overall.
Outdoor: Redshirt. Did not compete.
2010: Indoor: Beemer continues to impress in the combined events area, as well as single events. She recorded her season best pentathlon performance with 3,635 points at the New Mexico Classic (2/5). Beemer recorded four season bests at the meet. She ran the 60-meter hurdles in 9.21, reached a height of 5-05.25 in the high jump, threw the shot put 33-04.50 and jumped 17-00 in the long jump. Beemer had also been working on her short distances and ran the fastest 400-meter time (56.92) for CU in eight years after placing fourth in the finals of the event at the Air Force Invite (2/13). Two weeks later at the Big 12 Championship, Beemer earned two All-Big 12 honors. Her first came after she placed seventh overall in the pentathlon (3,611). Beemer had a strong performance in the final event, the 800-meter run, as she set the CU pentathlon 800 record with a time of 2:13.99. The second honor came after she helped the distance medley relay team to a fifth-place finish with the second-fastest time in school history at 11:34.32.
Outdoor: Beemer continued to impress in the combined events, recording the top three scores by a Buff in 2010. She placed third overall with 4,540 points at the Glenn Morris Combined Events meet (4/22-23) and recorded a time of 26.24 in the 200. Beemer earned another All-Big 12 honor as she placed seventh overall in the heptathlon at the conference meet with a season-high total of 4,680 points, the best by a Buff in 2010. She recorded a season-high in the high jump (5-4.25) and notched a season best throw of 30-03.75 in the shot put. Beemer also won the 800-meter run part of the heptathlon with a time of 2:13.20. After the conference meet, Beemer advanced to the NCAA West Preliminaries in the 400-hurdles due to her time of 1:00.96, a personal record she clocked at the Fum McGraw Open (5/8). In the prelims, Beemer finished the race in 1:01.60 to finish 37th overall.
2009: Indoor: Beemer competed in three pentathlons during the indoor season and her best performance came at the Air Force Duals where she finished third overall with a score of 3,209. Beemer recorded a season best in the 60-hurdles (9.44 seconds) and shot put (29-2). She had a good showing for CU at the indoor conference championship in the pentathlon. Beemer took 12th, but finished strong in the final event, the 800, after running a time of 2:15.39.
Outdoor: Beemer shone in the heptathlon as well as the 400-hurdles. At the Big 12 Championship, she earned her first letter for the Buffs by taking eighth in the 400-meter hurdles (63.79). Beemer just missed scoring in the heptathlon at the meet with 4,415 points for 10th place. She recorded season bests in the 100-hurdles (15.43) and 200 (26.31). Beemer qualified for the USA Junior Championships and bettered her then-PR by 292 points. She scored 4,707 points and placed sixth overall with five season bests in the high jump (5-03.00), shot put (31-04), long jump (16-10.50), javelin (99-10) and 800 (2:14.81).
HIGH SCHOOL: Beemer earned 12 letters at MVHS as a member of the cross country, track & field and basketball teams. Her 2004 cross country team won the state 4A championship. Beemer was also a part of the 4x800-meter relay which won the 2005 state championship (she was the anchor leg), as well as part of the 2008 state championship sprint medley relay team. Beemer earned seven all-state honors (three in cross country and four in track) and eight all-conference honors. She owns school records in the 400-meter dash (59.13), 800-m (2:16), 1600-m (5:18.39), 300-hurdles (44.61) and the 4x400 (59.13), 4x800 (1:48.25) and sprint medley relay (9:37.76) teams. Beemer won the 2008 Student Athlete Milk Mustache Scholarship, was named the MVHS Female Athlete of the Year, the Reporter-Herald Female Athlete of the Year and was also one of six finalists for the Steinmark Award.
HIGH SCHOOL BESTS: High Jump: 5-03; Pentathlon: 2,992; Heptathlon: 4,252.
ACADEMICS: Beemer is a double major in business and linguistics and hearing sciences, and owns a GPA better than a 3.20. She was a member of the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll and was named to the Academic All-Big 12 Second Team in 2010. Beemer was a 2012 MPSF All-Academic and Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention selection as well.
PERSONAL: Beemer was born on April 26, 1990 in Poway, Calif. Her parents are Jeff and Teresa Beemer of Loveland, Colo. Teresa played softball at Colorado State. She has an older sister, Oriana, and a younger brother, Darryl. Beemer's hobbies include oil painting, dancing and knitting. She was an active member of 4-H and has her own flock of Rambouillet Sheep.