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Jessica Wheeler is a freshman from Glen Allen, Va.Courtesy: JMUSports.com
Introducing Cross Country’s Jessica Wheeler
Courtesy:JMUSports.com Release:11/03/2011
Jessica Wheeler is a freshman from Glen Allen, Va., who is majoring in interdisciplinary liberal studies.

The best piece of advice I've received is
it's not about being the best; it's about being your best.

I chose to come to JMU because
it had everything I was looking for, and I feel like JMU can prepare me for my future in the best way possible.

My favorite non-cross country memory is
my camping experience at Word of Life Bible Institute.

My favorite cross country memory is
the 2009-10 indoor 4x400 meter relay at districts.  W e beat all odds and placed second by two milliseconds.

Something about me that would surprise people
is I love my vintage schoolboy glasses and I'm fascinated with the color orange.

The accomplishment of which I am proudest is
teaching a wonderful group of special needs kids how to ride a two-wheeler with the Richmond Hope Foundation.
My favorite thing about cross country is
the feeling you get at the end of an event knowing you've worked hard and done your best and the relationships you make on the team.  It's like a family.

A person who is an inspiration to me is
my mom because she's my number one fan and has taught me how to be a strong woman in my walk with Christ.

The one thing I miss most about my hometown is
my family, specifically my little sisters and the snowed-in nights where we'd all sit by the fire with hot cocoa watching the snow fall.

The one thing I can't live without is
food and my Bible.

If I could invent something, the absolute best thing to invent would be
edible napkins.

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