Rancho Cucamonga runner commits to Biola University

Taylor Holcomb sprints her way to a signing for Biola University's conference championship track team.

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LA MIRADA, CA (12/18/2013)(readMedia)-- Track and Field added another female sprinter to its already deep roster by getting a commitment from Taylor Holcomb.

Holcomb has not been running track that long, but she has made an immediate impact as a dual-sport athlete at Ontario Christian High School. She qualified for the CIF Southern Section finals last year, her first year running track, and she also plays volleyball for the Knights.

"Taylor is an outstanding fit for Biola University and I am very excited for her," said Head Coach Jonathan Zimmerman. "She is coming out of a wonderful school where she played varsity volleyball along with excelling in track and field and in the classroom. We are blessed to have her join our team and I know it will be a blessing for her as well."

Holcomb spends most of her time training and running the 100m and 200m sprints. She has a personal record of :12.61 in the 100m and :25.39 in the 200m. Her current 100m time is just .34 shy of Biola's all-time record in that event, and her 200m time is also less than a second shy of the school record.

After spending these two seasons under Coach Mason Burroughs at Ontario Christian Holcomb will join Zimmerman's defending conference championship squad next year. 


Biola is a nationally ranked university that provides a premier education in over 35 majors and 75 academic programs. For over 100 years, Biola has prepared students to impact the world for Christ in their chosen

careers, while fostering spiritual life transformation in an all-Christian campus community. Biola is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges; professionally accredited by American Psychologica l Association, Association of Collegiate Business Schools, Association of Theological Schools, National Association of Schools of Art and Design, National Association of Schools of Music, and Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. It is a Suburban campus of 95 acres in La Mirada, CA. located on the border of Los Angeles and Orange counties.


Biola University is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics and participates in 19 varsity sports against schools from the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the NAIA. Biola athletics nickname is the Eagles and the teams are a part of the Golden State Athletic Conference. More information on the athletic department can be found at http://athletics.biola.edu/sports/2013/10/9/GEN_1009130456.aspx?tab=quickfacts.