Amy Yoder  Begley

 You might remember her as Amy Yoder, but she now goes by Amy Yoder Begley.  Amy changed her last name to Begley when she married former Arkansas runner Andrew Begley in August of 2000. She changed her middle name to Yoder, so her name is officially Amy Yoder Begley.

Amy was a 15-time All-American at the University of Arkansas. She was also a 16-time Southeastern Conference Individual Champion.  Amy was also a 2-time NCAA Champion while at Arkansas.  She won the 2000 NCAA Indoor 5,000 Meters and the 2001 Outdoor 10,000 Meters.  She was the first Lady Razorback to win two individual national championships.

Amy is currently living and training in Albuquerque, NM.  She is preparing for the spring track and road racing season. 

Amy's upcoming races.

Amy's 2005 race results.
Amy's 2002 race results.
Amy's 2004 race results.
Amy's 2001 race results.
Amy's 2003 race results.

Personal Information:
Hometown Kendallville, IN
Current Residence Albuquerque, NM
Coach Andrew Begley


Career Bests:
1500 Meters 4:16.40
Mile 4:40
3,000 Meters 9:04.6
5,000 Meters 15:35.95
5,000 Meters - Roads 15:51
10,000 Meters 33:06
10,000 Meters - Roads 32:50
Half Marathon 1:13:39

Career Highlights:

College Bests:
1500 Meters 4:21
Mile 4:40
3,000 Meters 9:17
5,000 Meters 15:46
10,000 Meters 33:06

College Highlights:

High School Bests:
1600 Meter 4:52
3200 Meter 10:24
5,000 Meters 16:58
10,000 Meters 35:23


High School Highlights:

1993 Footlocker Cross Country All-American (12th Place)

1994 Indiana State 3200 Meter Champion

1994 Indiana State Cross Country Champion

1994 Footlocker Cross Country All-American (11th Place)

1995 Indiana State 3200 Meter Champion

1995 Footlocker Cross Country All-American (2nd Place)

1996 Indiana State 3200 Meter Champion

1996 Indiana Track and Field Mental Attitude Award Recipient

1996 USATF Junior 5,000 Meter Champion

1996 USATF Junior 10,000 Meter Champion

1996 USA Junior Olympic Team Member - 5,000 Meters