Medinah Nabadduka
Medinah Nabadduka
Height: 5-4
Year: So.
Hometown: Windsor, Conn.
High School: Windsor
Position: Middle

As a Freshman in 2013: Was a key contributor all season in the Bobcats’ relay efforts as she contributed on an All-New England 4x800m and helped Quinnipiac finish 2nd in the NEC Championship, also in the 4x800m…Nabbed the outdoor program record in the 4x800m relay with a time of 9:10.32…Grabbed the All-Conference runner-up in the 4x800m relay as she helped the Bobcats finished with a 9:15.04…Finished in 5th place at the New England Championships to take All-New England honors in the 4x800m relay as the Bobcats crossed the line in 9:13.97…Was a versatile individual runner with appearances in three different events…Ran her only 1500m of the season in 4:46.67 to take 14th place out of 56 runners at the Fred Hardy Invite…Tallied a season-high of 2:14.56 in the 800m to qualify for the NEC finals where she placed 7th out of 8 finalists with a time of 2:20.94…Ran her only one mile of the season in 5:13.89 to take 16th place out of 61 runners at the Brown Invitational. 

Before Quinnipiac: Attended Windsor High School in Conn…Totaled 12 varsity letters in cross country, indoor and outdoor track...Two-time cross country all-state team representative…Made the all-state team three times in indoor track…Named to the all-state team in outdoor track all four years of high school…Won the Class L Outdoor Track 1600m State Championship…Numerous team achievements include helped leading Windsor to the 2011 Indoor Track Class L State Championship, four-time Outdoor Track CCC Conference Champions, and the 2011 and 2012 Outdoor Track Class I State Champions…Also competed for the New Haven Age Group Track Club…Won the 2008 AAU 4x800 National Championship…Also finished runner-up in the Colgate Women’s Games 800m…Her best times include 58.1 in the 400m, 2:14 in 800m, and 5:04 in 1600m.

Personal: Native of Windsor, Conn…Daughter of Musa Sebadduka and Sanyu Walker…Has an older sister Asha and younger brother Moses…Plans to major in biomedical sciences.