Rondajai Washington - Women's Track and Field - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Rondajai Washington Season 2022-23


Class Junior
Event Sprints
Hometown Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
High School St. Thomas Aquinas
Major Medicine, Health, and Society

Career Results at Vanderbilt
Career Results Prior to Vanderbilt

Student-Athlete Highlights
• Four program all-time top 10 marks at Vanderbilt

In the Record Books
• Fourth in Vanderbilt history as a member of the 4×100-meter relay (45.76)
• Fifth in Vanderbilt history in the outdoor 200 meters (24.02)
• Fifth in Vanderbilt history in the indoor 200 meters (24.41)
• Tied for 10th in Vanderbilt history in the 60 meters (7.82)

As a Junior at Vanderbilt (2023)
• Competed in throw indoor and two outdoor meets, including the SEC Indoor Championships
• 27th in the 200 meters (24.02) at the Pepsi Florida Relays
• 12th in the 100 meters (12.32) at the Island Relays Bahamas
• First as a member of the distance medley relay (11:42.03) at the PNC Lenny Lyles Invitational

The Washington File
Rondajai Washington transferred to Vanderbilt from Missouri. While competing for the Tigers, she participated in two SEC Outdoor Championships. Her personal-best times include 7.82 in the 60 meters, 12.00 in the 100 meters and 23.69 in the 200 meters. She prepped at St. Thomas Aquinas in Miami, Florida, and was a part of two state championship teams. Outside of track, she was a member of the National Honor Society and graduated with 930 volunteer hours.

Rondajai is the daughter of Ronald Washington.