Amy Quinones
Amy Quinones
Year: Sr./Sr.
Hometown: Hollister, Calif.
High School: San Benito HS
Events: Distance
 Indoor Career Bests
Event Outdoor Career Bests 
 2:16.02 at UW Open (2/11/18) 800 2:08.54 at Hornet Invitational (3/16/19)
 4:51.87 at UW Invitational (1/26/19) Mile/1500 4:23.99 at Bryan Clay Invitational (4/19/19)
 10:08.96 at Big Sky Championships (2/23/19) 3K 10:10.94 at Causeway Classic (4/29/16)
 --- 5K 17:20.24 at Woody Wilson Classic (4/13/19)

2018 Season: Qualified for the Big Sky Championships in the 800 and 1500…ran 4:30.92 at the Rafer Johnson/Jackie Joyner Kersee Invitational to set her PR in the 1500…that time was the 10th fastest in school history…fastest 800 was 2:11.09 at the Sacramento State Open…also ran the 5K in one meet…indoors, she ran the 5K at the Big Sky Championships…recorded the ninth-best mile all-time by a Hornet after running 4:59.38 at the Husky Classic…fastest 800 was 2:16.02 at the UW Open.

2017 Season: 
Only competed in the 800 and 1500 at the Rainbow Relays in Hawaii…indoors, she represented the team in the mile and 3K at the Big Sky Championships…fastest mile time was 5:04.33 at the UW Open…ran 11:08.63 at the Big Sky meet in the 3K.

2016 Season: Qualified for the Big Sky Championships in the 1500 and 5K…ran 4:31.80 in the 1500 at the Causeway Classic Dual…that time left her just .6 seconds shy of cracking the school top 10…best 5K time was 17:28.40 at the Bryan Clay Invitational…other bests were 2:14.30 in the 800 from the Mondo Team Challenge and 10:10.94 in the 3K at the Causeway Classic…did not compete during the indoor season.

High School:
A 2015 graduate of San Benito HS in Hollister, Calif…placed eight in the Central Coast Section finals in the 800 as a senior…ran a career best 2:16.30 in the semifinals of that meet…placed second at the Monterey Bay League Master's in the 800 and 1600 and was fourth in the high jump…best 1600 time was 5:07.75 as a junior…also competed in cross country where she qualified for the California State Championships as a senior…was the Monterey Bay League champion that same season and placed eighth at the Central Coast Section Championships.