women’s track & field
Active from 1996-2000 • Inducted in 2013
Barrett was a four-time All-NWC finisher in the 100 meter hurdles, winning the conference in both 1999 and 2000. She was a national competitor for three years in the 100m hurdles (1998, 1999, 2000), and also anchored the 4x100m relay team to a school record at the 2000 NWC Championships (49.17). She currently holds the L&C 100m hurdles record with a conference meet record time of 14.38 (1999), is second all-time in the 100m dash (12.34), third all-time in the 200m dash (25.61). In 2000, she was named the Lois Smithwick Female Athlete of the Year.
Following graduation from Lewis & Clark, Maile Krumpschmidt sought to continue her hurdling career. In an attempt to qualify for the 2004 Olympic Trials, she was working with a coach and unofficially qualified shortly before her race. Unfortunately, she sustained a knee injury that effectively ended her competitive hurdling aspirations. However, Maile still runs frequently, both in distance races and for fun. Currently, Maile works in cancer research while doubling as a volunteer firefighter at Columbia River Fire Rescue in Columbia County. She lives with her husband Kent in Saint Helens, Ore. along with her dog, Mia.
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