Jennifer Caicedo
Jennifer Caicedo
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Columbia

2016-17: Finished 16th in the Clemson cross country race adn 15 in the short track race...Eighth in Union cross country and sixth in short track...Took 18th in Lees-McRae cross country race and 21st in short track race...Finished sixth in short track at King and 14th in cross country...At the USAC Collegiate National Championships, finished 36th in both short track and cross country...CYCLOCROSS: Finished eighth at King race...Took 11th at Furman race.

2015-16: ROAD: Won her second straight USA Cycling Road Race national championship...Finished fourth in the individual ominum at the USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships...Took seventh in the time trial and eighth in the criterium at the USA Cycling Road National Championships...Won the road race and criterium at the Milligan College Cycling Classic...Second in the criterium and fifth in the road race at Georgia Tech...CYCLOCROSS: Finished 17th at USA Cycling Collegiate Cyclocross Nationals...MOUNTAIN BIKE: Finished 12th in short track and 19th in cross country race at USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals...SECCC champion in down hill, runner-up in dual slalom and 11th in both cross country and short track...Won the short track and cross country races at King race...Finished 1st in short track and second in cross country at Lees-McRae...Won the short track and individual time trial and finished second in the cross country race at the season-opening race at Georgia Tech.

2014-15: Became King's first national champion, winning the road race at USAC Collegiate Road Nationals...Finished 24th in the criterium...Second in the road race and thrid in the criterium at the Milligan Race...Started her mountain bike season by winning the short track at Georgia Tech and the down hill at the Southeastern Collegiate Cycling Conference Mountain Bike Championship...Finished eighth at the Clemson cyclo-cross race...26th at USAC Collegiate Cyclo-Cross Nationals...

2014: Helped the Tornado to their second straight Southeastern Collegiate Cycling Conference championship...Fought through a crash and flat tire to come back and take second in the criterium at USA Cycling Collegiate Road Nationals, helping King to their best finish of fourth...Won the women's A category criterium at the SECCC Championships...Won the road race and finished second in the criterium at the Milligan race...Finished first in the road race and second in the criterium at the Western Carolina road race...Won the cyclo-cross race at Georgia.

Personal: Parents are Robert Caicedo and Sonia Mejia.