Myles Kloer
Myles Kloer
Year: Junior
Hometown: Albuquerque, N.M.
High School: Sandia
Position: Distance

Academic Notes: Majoring in business economics.

Personal Bests: 3:56.96 (1,500), 4:16.81 (mile), 9:46.22 (steeplechase)

2011 Track & Field: Concentrated on the 1,500-meter run during the outdoor season ... Recorded career-best time in the event at the Brian Clay Invitational with a winning mark of 3:56.96 ... Competed in his first ever Big Sky Indoor Championships in the mile run, placing 11th overall ... Ran a personal-best time in the mile at the Lumberjack Invitational (4:16.81@).

2010 Cross Country: Collected career best 8K time at the Grand Canyon/ Southwestern Invite where he finished fourth overall (26:37.90) … Opened second season in uniform with the Lumberjacks at the Aztec Invite, placing 24th overall (26:49.1).

2010 Track & Field: During sophomore campaign, saw action in five outdoor meets for the Lumberjacks … Recorded career-best time of 9:46.22 in the steeplechase at the Beach Invitational … Best 1500m time of career came at the Brian Clay Invitational when he ran 4:00.54.

2009 Cross Country: Did not compete.

2009 Track & Field: Competed in both the indoor and outdoor season his freshman year for the Lumberjacks ... Season-best marks include 4:29.38 in the mile, 4:13.44 in the 1,500m and 9:53.34 in the steeplechase.

2008 Cross Country: Ran in three events in his freshman season ... Placed 41st (28.28.0) at the ASU Invitational in final race ... Collected at time of 27:30 at the Aztec Invitational ... In first race of the year recorded a time of 27:38.2 at the George Kyte Classic.

High School: Graduated from Sandia High School in 2008 ... 2008 State Champion 5A in the 1600m ... Cross country team finished runner up in state meet in 2006 ... Earned two academic letters in high school ... National Honor Society member.

Personal: Born on May 29, 1990 to Irene Madrigal and Rick Kloer ... Has two sisters, Carmen and Amelia ... Chose NAU because of the academic program, great location, and the strong running program.