Hall of Fame Alumni Spotlight: Zundra Feagin Won Seven State Track Titles For Cocoa High
By SPACE COAST SPORTS HALL OF FAME // January 4, 2019
SPACE COAST SPORTS HALL OF FAME
SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Zundra Feagin, now Dr. Zundra Aubrey, won seven individual state track titles as a sprinter at Cocoa High School.
ZUNDRA FEAGIN – 2012 INDUCTEE
• 7 State Prep Track Titles
• NCAA All-American
• National Sprint Champion
SEVEN STATE TRACK TITLES
Zundra Feagin, now Dr. Zundra Aubrey, won seven individual state track titles as a sprinter at Cocoa High School.
As a freshman in 1988, Feagin won her first state title with a time of 24.7 seconds in what was then the 220-yard dash.
In her sophomore year in 1989, Feagin set a state record in the 100 meters with a time of 11.40.
THREE EVENT SWEEP
During her junior year with the Tigers, Feagin won the 100 and the 200 and was a member of Cocoa’s state title team in the 400-meter relay. In her senior year, Feagin was even better with a sweep in three events as she won the 100, the 200 and then the 400 in a state record time of 54.76.
She was also the All-Space Coast Runner of the Year four consecutive years
During the 1990 season, Feagin won the 100 and 200 in the USA Juniors. She earned a silver medal in he 200 at the World Juniors and placed fourth in the 100. She also anchored a third-place USA team in the 400 relay.
In 1991, Feagin won the 55 meters (6.85) in the National Scholastic Indoors and was second in the 200. She won the 100 (11.50) and 200 (23.39) in the International Prep.
Feagin competed in the U.S. Olympic Trials in 1992 for the Summer Games in Barcelona, and placed seventh in the 100 quarterfinals and eighth in the 200 semifinals.
In the USA Juniors, Feagin was second in the 200 meters and third in the 100. She placed fourth in the 200 semifinals in the World Juniors in and ran the second leg of the second-place 400 relay team, which posted a time of 44.51 seconds.
After graduating from Cocoa High in 1991, Feagin attended UNLV for one year before transferring to Louisiana State University. During her lone season with the Runnin’ Rebels, Feagin was an All-America in both the 200 as an individual and the 400 relay.
While at LSU, she won the 200 meters in the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in 1996.
In that same meet, she placed second in the 100 meters and also ran the third leg for the LSU 400-meter relay team as the Tigers won their 10th consecutive NCAA title in Women’s Outdoor Track and Field. LSU added one more title in 1997 before the streak ended.
In 1994, Feagin was eighth in the 55 meters at the NCAA Indoors. She ran the second leg of a second-place 1,600-meter relay team with a split of 55.0 as the team finished with a time of 3 minutes, 39.67.
During the NCAA Outdoors, she ran the third leg for the winning 1,600 relay team and the third leg for the winning 400 relay team.
IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE?
After graduating from LSU in 1996 with a bachelor’s degree in Speech Communications, Feagin taught English in Jacksonville for the Duval County School District before becoming an assistant principal.
She later received a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern and a doctorate from Nova Southeastern.
Prior to becoming the principal at Westside K-8 School in Kissimmee, Feagin was an assistant principal at Celebration K-8 and an assistant principal at Rock Lake Middle School in Seminole County.
THE 2019 SPACE COAST SPORTS HALL OF FAME Banquet and Induction Ceremony will take place at the Cocoa Beach Country Club on Friday, May 10.
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