Kevin Lunn
Kevin Lunn
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Santa Barbara, Calif.
High School: Laguna Blanca
Position: Distance
Major: Humanities
Residential College: Trumbull

Yale PRs

1500m 4:04.81

Mile 4:25.36

3000m 8:35.29

5000m 14:29.18

10,000m 30:53.35

XC 8k 24:39.02

XC 10k 31:36.3

High School PRs

1600m 4:31.22

3000m 8:56.25

3200m 9:36.23

2012-2013: Captained the cross country team...Second overall at Fordham...First on the team and fourth overall against Harvard...Third on the team at Paul Short, Wisconson, Heps and Regionals...Set a new PR at the Harvard-Yale meet...Placed first in the 5,000-meters at the Giegengack Invitational, setting a PR...Placed 14th in the 5,000-meters at indoor Heps...Placed 22nd in the 10,000-meters at outdoor Heps.

2011-2012: Named cross country captain for the 2012 season… Paced Elis at each of the season’s last three meets… Set cross country PR at the Princeton Invitational… Earned second team All-Ivy honors for a 13th-place finish at Heps (25:25.4)… Finished 68th at Regionals (32:58.2)… Academic All-Ivy in cross country.

2010-2011: Outdoors, specialized in 5000m, competing at Harvard-Yale and Springtime Invitational … Set new personal best in 3000m at Dartmouth-Columbia in indoor … In cross country, competed for Bulldogs at Heps and NCAA Regionals.

2009-2010: Competed in 5000m at Harvard-Yale in outdoor … Was hoping to run among Yale’s top 10 in cross country before quad injury sidelined him for the remainder of the season.

High School: Finished third at the Division V California State Cross Country Championships … Captained cross-country team.

Personal: Trumbull College … Humanities major.

Q: Olympic Medal or World Record?

A: Olympic Medal. Records get broken, medals last forever.

Q: Favorite place to run?

A: The mesa trails in Santa Barbara, following along the cliff side overlooking the ocean at sunset. I've yet to find anything better.

Q: Thoughts in your mind with 100m to go?

A: 1) Turn into a sprinter. Go.

     2) All the way through the line...

     3) Ah man, I'm gonna puke.

Q: Sequence of activities after a Sunday long run?

A: I like to start things off with an ice-bath to recover from the beating known as the long-run pace of @Fake_SamLynch. Then I'll hop in the shower at the Field House and head to brunch with the rest of the team. Afterwards, I'll walk very slowly back to the xc house, watch some of the Bronco's game if they are playing, and relax/procrastinate/play euchre or Cataan on the couch with the rest of the guys for a couple hours before grabbing some books and heading to the Catholic center for some studying. I'll sign in to the center as "Seabiscuit" and check to see if anyone I know has already arrived. Names I'm looking for are "Funny Cide", "War Admiral", or "Secretariat." Then I'll walk around for 15-20 minutes trying to find the perfect spot and/or watch funny videos with Matt Thwaites ("Funny Cide"). Around 6:15 I'll head to Trumbull for dinner with my old roommates, eat an outrageously large ice-cream sundae, and finish up any leftover studying before Core O'Clock with the gentlemen of the xYc house, followed by a viewing of Mad Men, a pajama party, story time, and lights out at 11...