Emilia Del Hoyo
Emilia Del Hoyo
Year: Sr./Sr.
Hometown: Manresa, Spain
Events: Jumps/Multi
 Indoor Career Bests
Event Outdoor Career Bests 
 25.98 at New Mexico Classic (2/1/19) 200 25.80 at Jim Click Shootout (4/4/19) 
 2:25.38 at UW Invitational (1/25/19) 800 2:24.59 at Hornet Invitational (3/17/18) 
 8.61 at Big Sky Championships (2/23/19) 60H/100H 14.15 at Jim Click Shootout (4/4/19) 
 5-03.25 (3x), last at UW Invitational (1/25/19) HJ 5-05.00 at Causeway Classic (4/26/19) 
 19-03.25 at Big Sky Championships (2/23/18) LJ 18-10.00 at UCR Spring Classic (3/26/16) 
 40-04.00 at Big Sky Championships (2/24/18) TJ 41-02.50 at Big Sky Championships (5/11/18) 
 37-00.25, at Big Sky Championships (2/21/19) SP 35-11.25 at Jim Click Shootout (4/4/19) 
 --- JAV 115-02 at Causeway Classic (4/26/19) 
 3,815 at Big Sky Championships (2/21/19) Pent/Hept 5,015 at Jim Click Shootout (4/4-5/19) 

 

2019 Season

  • Qualified for the Big Sky Championships in the 100-hurdles, triple jump and heptathlon.
  • Placed fourth in the heptathlon with a career high 5,062 points which ranked sixth in school history.
  • Finished sixth in the 100-hurdles following a PR of 14.03 in the finals.
  • Also set career bests during the year in the 200 (25.49), high jump (5-05.00), shot put (36-07.00) and javelin (115-02).
  • Indoors, she earned all-Big Sky honors after finishing third in the pentathlon, 60-hurdles and long jump.
  • Set the Sacramento State record with 3,815 points in the pentathlon.
  • Ran 8.61 in the finals of the open 60-hurdles which moved her into a tie for sixth place in school history.
  • Set her season high in the long jump at the conference meet with a best of 19-00.75.
  • Also set PRs during the year in the 200 (25.98), 800 (2:25.38), high jump (5-03.25) and shot put (37-00.25).

2018 Season

  • Advanced to the NCAA West Preliminary in the triple jump.
  • Was the Big Sky champion in the event after a career best of 41-02.50.
  • That jumped placed her fourth in school history.
  • Also earned all-Big Sky honors in the heptathlon where she finished second.
  • Scored 4,951 points and is now seventh in program history.
  • Also set career bests during the season at the Hornet Invitational in the 800 (2:24.59) and javelin (104-01).
  • Indoors, she was second in the triple jump, third in the pentathlon, fourth in the long jump and sixth in the 60-hurdles at the Big Sky Championships.
  • Scored a season best 3,539 points in the pentathlon at the conference meet.
  • Her long jump of 19-03.25 was the sixth best in school history.
  • Recorded the ninth best triple jump by a Hornet after traveling 40-04.00 at the Big Sky meet.
  • Best 60-hurdles time was 8.84 in the finals of the conference meet.

2017 Season

  • Competed in just two meets before missing the rest of the season due to injury.
  • Was entered in the heptathlon at the Hornet Invitational before her season was halted.
  • Indoors, she placed sixth at the Big Sky Championships in the pentathlon.
  • Also scored for the team in the 60-hurdles and qualified for the meet in the long jump.
  • Ran 8.71 in the 60-hurdles at the Big Sky Championships for her fastest career time.
  • Also set a PR during the year in the long jump with a distance of 19-01.50 at the Bronco Invitational.

2016 Season

  • Finished fourth at the Big Sky Championships in the heptathlon.
  • Scored a career high 4,867 points to move into sixth place in school history.
  • Also qualified for the conference meet in the 100-hurdles, high jump and long jump.
  • Bests during the year were 26.22 in the 200, 14.41 in the 100H, 5-04.50 in the high jump, 18-10.00 in the long jump, 33-11.25 in the shot put and 93-07 in the javelin.
  • Indoors, she earned all-Big Sky honors after placing second in the long jump.
  • Was also fifth in the 60-hurdles and eighth in the pentathlon.
  • Scored 3,574 points in the pentathlon at the UW Invitational to move into sixth place in school history.
  • Ran 8.76 in the 60-hurdles and had a long jump of 18-10.75 to set season bests at the Big Sky Championships.

Prior to Sacramento State

  • Placed 21st at the IAAF World Youth Championships in the heptathlon after scoring 5,052 points.
  • Set her personal best in the heptathlon with a score of 5,161.
  • Other personal bests include 25.55 in the 200, 2:23.25 in the 800 and 14.22 in the 100-hurdles.
  • In the field events, her top marks were 5-05.25 in the high jump, 19-09.75 in the long jump, 38-06.25 in the triple jump and 96-06 in the javelin.