Alec Foster
Alec Foster
Year: So./So.
Hometown: Livermore, Calif.
High School: Granada HS
Events: Sprints
 Indoor Career Bests Event Outdoor Career Bests 
 21.99 at Big Sky Championships (2/23/18) 200 22.10 at Mondo Team Challenge (3/31/18) 
 47.60 at Big Sky Championships (2/24/18) 400 47.50 at Big Sky Championships (5/11/18) 
 --- 800  1:56.73 at Hornet Invitational (3/18/17) 

2018 Season: Placed fourth in the 400 at the Big Sky Championships and also qualified for the meet in the 200…ran a career best of 47.50 in the finals at the conference meet which moved him into 10th place in school history…also ran 47.68 at the Beach Invitational during the year…top 200 time was 22.10 at the Mondo Challenge…ran the anchor leg on the team’s 4x400 relay team which finished second at the Big Sky Championships…the team’s time of 3:12.66 ranked ninth in Sacramento State history…indoors, he was fifth in the 400 at the Big Sky Championships and ninth  in the 200…moved into third place in school history after running 47.60 in the finals of the 400…became the first Hornet to run sub-48 seconds since 2012…his time of 21.99 in the 200 at the Big Sky meet is tied for 10th place in the Hornet record book.

2017 Season: 
Scored for the team as a true freshman after placing fifth in the 400 at the Big Sky Championships…was also part of the 4x400 relay team which placed second to earn all-Big Sky honors…ran 48.06 at the Mt. SAC Relays for his fastest time…posted at time under 49 seconds in all but one of his nine meets…also ran one race in the 200 and 800 during the season…indoors, he placed eighth in the 400 at the Big Sky Championships…his time of 47.96 in the qualifying round was the fourth fastest in school history…also qualified for the conference indoor meet in the 200…fastest time was 22.26 at the Bronco Invitational.

High School: A 2016 graduate of Granada HS in Livermore, Calif…placed eighth at the California state meet in the 400…was also second at the North Coast Section finals after running a personal best 48.10…was the East Bay Athletic League champion in the 400 and also finished first at the NCS Tri-Valley meet.