Year: Senior
City/State: Kraslava, Latvia
High School: Kraslava
Other College: Wichita State University



Personal Bests:

Indoors: Long Jump, 21-0 1/2; Triple Jump, 44-4 1/4

Outdoors: Long Jump, 21-11 3/4; Triple Jump, 46-0 3/4

NCAA All-American:

2003 Indoor Long Jump

2003 Indoor Triple Jump

2003 Outdoor Long Jump

2003 Outdoor Triple Jump (NCAA Champion)

2002 Indoor Long Jump

2002 Indoor Triple Jump

2002 Outdoor Triple Jump


2003 NCAA Triple Jump Champion (O); Big 12 Champion Long Jump 2003 (I), 2003 (O); Big 12 Champion Triple Jump 2003 (I), 2003 (O); NCAA Midwest Regional Champion in Long Jump and Triple Jump, 2003 (O); 2003 Mondo Midwest Regional Co-Athlete of the Year; Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall 2002, Spring 2003)

NCAA Championships:

2003 (I): Long Jump, 20-10 3/4 (4th); Triple Jump, 43-10 1/2 (5th)

2003 (O): Long Jump, 21-3 1/4w (4th); Triple Jump, 45-8 1/2 (1st)

2002 (I): Long Jump, 20-6 1/4 (6th); Triple Jump, 43-6 (4th)

2002 (O): Long Jump, 20-2  1/4 (10th); Triple Jump, 43-10 (2nd)

Big 12 Championships:

2003 (I): Triple Jump, 44-4 1/4 (1st); Long Jump, 21-0 1/2 (1st)

2003 (O): Triple Jump, 45-0 1/2w (1st); Long Jump, 20-9 1/4 (1st); 4x100, 46.64 (5th)


2004: Ineta Radevica won her first career NCAA Indoor title in the triple jump with a leap of 44-0 3/4 and finished third in the long jump with a mark of 20-7 3/4... won silver in the long jump (21-8) and the triple jump (46-1 3/4) among outstanding competition at the NCAA Midwest Regional... completed her two-year sweep of Big 12 titles, winning the league outdoor title in the long jump with a leap of 21-3 1/4 and the triple jump with a mark of 45-8 1/2 in her first competition of the outdoor season... finished second in the long jump (20-9 1/4w) at the Modesto Relays... set a Nebraska school record in the triple jump with a winning leap of 45-0 1/4 in the Big 12 Indoor Championships... also claimed the Big 12 crown in the long jump with a mark of 20-10 1/2... jumped an indoor career-best mark of 21-0 1/2 in the long jump in the first week of the season to win the Panther Open... also won the triple jump at the Panther Classic (43-5)... won both events at the Holiday Inn Invitational and the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational... won the long jump in the Prairie Wolf Invitational (20-8) and the triple jump in the adidas Classic (41-9 3/4) on consecutive days.


2003: Ineta Radevica wrapped up her first year in a Husker uniform with an NCAA title in the triple jump at the outdoor national championships with a then-school record leap of 45-8 1/2... took fourth place in the long jump at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, earning two All-America honors... reset the Nebraska school record in the triple with a mark of 46-0 3/4 and leaped a personal-best 21-11 3/4 at the 2003 European U-23 Championships in Poland in July... won the gold in the triple (44-11) and long jump (21-7 1/4) competitions at the Midwest Regional Championships... ran the second leg on NU’s 4x100-meter relay that took the bronze at the regional championships and qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships... named the Mondo Midwest Regional Co-Athlete of the Year with teammate Becky Breisch... captured titles in the triple jump with a mark of 44-4 1/4 and the long jump with a leap of 21-0 1/2 at the Big 12 Championships... leaped a mark of 21-0 3/4 in the long jump at the Ward Haylett Invitational... led the country in the triple jump for most of the indoor season... leaped to a fourth-place finish in the long jump (20-10 3/4) and a fifth-place finish in the triple jump (43-10 1/2) at the 2003 NCAA Indoor Championships, claiming two  All-America honors... won Big 12 indoor titles in the long jump (21-0 1/2) and the triple jump (44-4 1/4) with career-best NCAA automatic qualifying marks... set her first nation-leading mark in the triple jump at 44-3 1/4 at the Panther Invitational... won titles in both the long jump and triple jump at Panther Invitational, the adidas Classic, the Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational and the Big 12 Conference Championships.  At Wichita State: Radevica transferred to Nebraska following a season of high performances at Wichita State... finished fourth in the triple jump at the 2002 NCAA Indoor Championships with a season-best mark of 43-6... also placed sixth in the long jump (20-6 1/4) at the indoor NCAA meet... won both the long jump (season best 20-9) and triple jump (43-5 3/4) at the 2002 Missouri  Valley Conference Indoor Championships... captured both horizontal titles at the Missouri Valley outdoor meet with marks of 20-6 1/2 in the long jump and a mark of 43-10 1/2 in the triple... NCAA outdoor triple jump runner-up (43-10) and was also 10th in the long jump (20-2 1/4). In Latvia: Competed in the 2000 World Championships in Santiago, Chile in the long jump, but did not advance to the finals" Latvian national champion in the 2000 long jump (20-2 1/2) and the 2001 triple jump (42-1 1/2)... recorded long jump then-personal best of 20-9 1/4 at a meet in Daugavpils, Latvia in 2000. Personal: Major is economics... parents are Valerit and Inna Radevica and was married to NU volunteer assistant coach  Viktors Lacis in November... born July 13, 1981.


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