Boys Varsity Track · Senior Spotlight – Kai Yee

As hundreds of Titan student-athletes are affected by the early conclusion to the spring athletic season, the Berea-Midpark Athletic Department would like to recognize the spring senior class of 2020.  Each day we will recognize one of our spring seniors in our newest feature, “Senior Spotlight”.  We want to thank all of our seniors for the dedication to their sport, their team and their academics throughout their time at Berea-Midpark.  Today’s Senior Spotlight features:

Kai Yee

Sport: Track & Field
Events: 100m, 110m Hurdles, High Jump
Other Sports: Indoor Track & Field
Post Graduation:
Major: Neuroscience

What does your pre-meet routine look like before an event?  Any superstitions?
I try not to think too much about my events.  It helps me stay relaxed and I before better that way.

What is the most memorable moment of your Berea-Midpark athletic career so far?
The friendships that I have made during my time here at Berea-Midpark.

In your opinion, what is the biggest reason your program has had success?
The athletes are driven to do their best by a caring group of coaches.  We encourage and help each other.

How much do you think you have learned about the sport since your freshman year? What is the biggest difference that you see in yourself?
My time with the track & field program has helped me develop and learn how to be a greater leader.

What does it mean to you to be a Titan?
To be a Titan means to be a part of a community, especially with the track & field program.  Titans are a family, and always encourage and support each other.