Minnesota Girls All-Decade Track & Field Team: Short Sprints

The contributing staff at MileSplit Minnesota is thinking spring with the announcement of our all-decade track & field teams. For the sake of breaking things up in to manageable segments, we'll go with three tiers of teams in each of eight categories:

  • Short Sprints (100m, 200m, 4x100m, 4x200m)
  • Long Sprints (400m, 4x400m)
  • Mid-Distance (800m, 4x800)
  • Distance (1600m, 3200m)
  • Hurdles (110H, 300H)
  • Horizontal Jumps (TJ, LJ)
  • Vertical Jumps (HJ, PV)
  • Throws (SP, DT)

We'll be releasing the teams for each group separately so let's get it started with the best girls short sprint athletes of the last decade.


Minnesota Girls All-Decade Team: Short Sprints


Jedah Caldwell (Centennial/Chanhassen, 2016)

  • PRs: 100m- 11.67 (2nd fastest of decade), 200m- 23.41W, 4x100- 48.39, 4x200- 1:42.02
  • 3x 100m & 200m Section Champion (2014-16)
  • 1x 4x100m Relay Section Champion (2015)
  • 2x 100m & 200m State Champion (2015-16)
  • State Finalist 4x100 (2nd, 2015), 4x200 (4th, 2016)
  • 6th at 2016 New Balance Nationals 200m (23.41W fastest of decade), 14th 100m (prelims)
  • 2016 Gatorade Minnesota Track & Field POY

T'nia Riley (Minneapolis North, 2018)

  • PRs: 100m- 11.66W (fastest of decade), 200m- 23.81 (2nd fastest of decade), 4x100- 49.31
  • 4x 100m section champ (2014, 16-18), 3x 200m section champion (2014, 16, 18)
  • 3x 100m & 200m Class A State champion (2016-18)
  • 2x State finalist 4x100m (2016-17)

Taylor Anderson (Hopkins, 2013)

  • PRs: 100m- 11.71W (7th fastest of decade), 200m- 24.47 (10th fastest of decade), 4x100- 47.48 (3rd fastest of decade), 1:40.08 (2nd fastest of decade)
  • 3x Section 6AA 100m & 200m Champion
  • 4x Section 6AA 4x100m Champion
  • 1x Section 6AA 4x200m Champion
  • 2x Class AA State 100m Champion
  • 3x Class AA State 4x100m Champion
  • 1x Class AA State 4x200m Champion
  • State Finalist 4x100 (2009, 2011)
  • State Finalist 4x200 (2009)