Cameron Fawcett - Women's Cross Country - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Cameron Fawcett Season 2022-23

Chemical Engineering

Class Sophomore
Hometown Dallas, Texas
High School Highland Park
Major Chemical Engineering

Career Results

As a Freshman (2021-22)
Cross Country

  • Fourth on the team and 46th overall (21:06.82) at the 6k NCAA South Regional Championships (Nov. 12)
  • Fourth on the team and 60th overall (21:56.1) at the 8k SEC Championships (Oct. 29) 
  • Finished 13th overall and fourth on the team (22:01.4) at the 6k Blazer Classic (Oct. 16)
  • Third on the team and 97th overall (17:26.70) at the 5k Joe Piane Invitational (Oct. 1)
  • Fourth on the team and 11th overall (17:41.5) at the 5k Commodore Classic (Sept. 17)
  • Finished 17th overall and third on the team (17:41.5) at the 5k Mizzou Opener (Sept. 3)

Track and Field 

  • Set a personal best in the 1,000 meters (3:00.31) to commence the indoor season, finished 10th overall
  • Competed in the mile (4:56.11) at the PNC Lenny Lyles Invitational and finished eighth
  • Top-10 finishing in the 3,000 meters (9:47.97) and DMR (11:40.96) at the Charlie Thomas Invitational
  • At the Outdoor Music City Challenge, she finished 15th with a time of 2:15.98, a personal best, in the 800 meters
  • Posted a top-20 finish at the SEC Outdoor Track and Field Championships in the 1,500 meters (4:30.19, personal best)

The Fawcett File

  • Prepped at Highland Park High under head coach Susan Bailey
  • Letterwinner in cross country and track & field
  • Three-time member of all-state first team (2019, 2020, 2021)
  • 2020 5A-6A CCAC Cross Country Athlete of the Year
  • 2020 5A state runner-up in cross country
  • Clocked a 17:29 in 5K (cross country), 10:46 in 3200, 4:55 in 16:00 and 2:17 in 800
  • Two-time all-state academic first team
  • Two-time Cornerstone Scholar Award winner
  • Daughter of Jill and Mike Fawcett
  • Has two younger brothers, Luke and Zach
  • Born in Dallas, Texas
  • Mom, Jill, cheered in college at LSU
  • Instagram: @cameronfawcett_
  • Can run a 4×100 relay with a shopping cart in just 63 seconds

Why Vanderbilt: “It has the best team I could ask for and both competitive academics and athletics.”