2019 Outdoor: Academic All-WAC... had a new personal record of 12.99 in the 100m dash at the Mike Fanelli Track Classic and had a score of 5.23m in the long jump… at the Doris Heritage Track Festival, took fourth place in the long jump with a mark of 5.14m and took second place with the 4x100m relay team’s time of 49.66.
2019 Indoor: Academic All-WAC… at the WAC Indoor Track and Field Championships, ran the 60m dash in 8.11… set a new personal record of 8.11 in the 60m dash at the Last Chance College Elite and also had a long jump score of 5.00m… at the Husky Classic, scored 5.01m in the long jump… had a 60m dash time of 8.30 at the Cougar Indoor.
2018 Outdoor: With the 4x400 relay team, placed sixth in the Western Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships with a total time of 3:58.98… placed fifth in the 100m race with a time of 12.65 at the Jay Hammer Invitational… with the 4x100m relay team, ran a composite 48.51 in the San Francisco State Distance Carnival and placed fourth… took seventh place in the long jump at that competition with a score of 5.29m… with the 4x100m relay team, took first place in their section and second place overall with a time of 49.23 at the Lewis and Clark Spring Break Open… finished fifth in the long jump at that tournament with a score of 5.29m… took fifth place in that competition’s 400m run with a time of 1:01.67.
2018 Indoor: Academic all-conference… as a member of the 4x400 relay team, took seventh place in the Western Athletic Conference Indoor Championships with a time of 4:00.47… placed second in her section at the University of Washington Open with a 5.20m long jump.
2017 Outdoor: At WAC Championships, finished 18th in the long jump with a mark of 4.76m (15-7.5) ... At Ken Shannon, finished 4th in the long jump with a personal record mark of 5.38m ... At Lewis & Clark Spring Break Open, finished 14th in the 200 with a time of 27.17.
2017 Indoor: At the WAC Championships, tied her personal record in the long jump with a mark of 5.33m (17-6) ... At the UW Indoor Preview, finished the 400 with a time of 63.05.
HIGH SCHOOL: At Ayala High School, Renee Soliman was a three-year letter-winner, competing on the varsity track and field team for three years. She competed in the 200, 400, 4x100, 4x400, DMR, long jump, and triple jump. Soliman was the jumps captain during her junior year, and became team captain her senior year. She was league champion for long jump and triple jump, won the 2014 Coaches' Award, was the 215 Top Jumps Newcomer, the 2016 MVP, and 2016 Academic All-League. Her personal bests included results in the long jump (17'-10.5”), triple jump (35'-4”), 200 (26.81), and 400 (61.14). Soliman achieved perfect CAHSEE test scores in high school, was a National Honor Society member, as well as a Distinguished Scholar.
PERSONAL: Soliman plans to major in finance and accounting, with career aspirations of becoming a financial advisor.