Elementary Cross Country

Elementary Cross Country

Fall 2024

Competition Cross Country

Competition Cross Country

Fall 2024

Elementary Spring Track

Elementary Track

Spring 2025

Competition Spring Track

Competitive Track

Spring 2025

Elementary Cross Country

Elementary XC

Competition Cross Country

Competition XC

Elementary Spring Track

Elementary Spring Track

Competition Spring Track

Competition Spring Track

 

Race Cats Vice President and Herriman Race Cats  Director

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Caisa Monahan Brown (caisa.brown@gmail.com)

I started running my sophomore year of high school in Honolulu, Hawaii because my friends were doing it.  I shocked my parents and myself when I did really well in a few of my first races.  I had always been super shy but running gave me a new sense of confidence that carried into all areas of my life.  I loved working hard and seeing myself improve.  I also loved being a part of and helping my team.
I walked on to the BYU Cross Country and Track teams, but quickly found that my faster teammates helped me improve.  While at BYU, I  ran faster than I ever dreamed possible,  I was an Academic All-American, and was lucky enough to be a part of the 1997 Cross Country National Champion team.  I was also inducted into the BYU Hall of Fame. While I had some success during my collegiate career, as I look back it was the many heartbreaks and disappointments that actually taught and benefited me most.
Today, I am a mom of 4 boys and I often say I am now running for sanity. Running makes my every day better.  Running has made me better.
I look forward to share my passion and love of running with your children.

caisa.brown@gmail.com

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Meet Your Directors

 

Caisa Monahan Brown (caisa.brown@gmail.com)

Race Cats Vice President & Herriman Race Cats Director 

I started running my sophomore year of high school in Honolulu, Hawaii because my friends were doing it.  I shocked my parents and myself when I did really well in a few of my first races.  I had always been super shy but running gave me a new sense of confidence that carried into all areas of my life.  I loved working hard and seeing myself improve.  I also loved being a part of and helping my team.
I walked on to the BYU Cross Country and Track teams, but quickly found that my faster teammates helped me improve.  While at BYU, I  ran faster than I ever dreamed possible,  I was an Academic All-American, and was lucky enough to be a part of the 1997 Cross Country National Champion team.  I was also inducted into the BYU Hall of Fame. While I had some success during my collegiate career, as I look back it was the many heartbreaks and disappointments that actually taught and benefited me most.
Today, I am a mom of 4 boys and I often say I am now running for sanity. Running makes my every day better.  Running has made me better.
I look forward to share my passion and love of running with your children.

caisa.brown@gmail.com

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Caisa Brown

 

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