Drevan Anderson-Kaapa


    Killeen, Texas

    High School:
    Killeen HS




    Drevan  Anderson-Kaapa


    Cougars Cruise on Day Two of Victor Lopez Classic

    Houston wins eight individual events on final day at Rice


    Cougars Open Weekend at Texas Relays

    Barraza, Thomas post top finishes on first day of Houston action


    Outdoor Season Opens At 64th Annual TSU Relays

    Houston men begin run as defending conference champions


    Houston Wins The American Indoor Championships

    Dramatic 4x400m Relay seals first indoor championship for Cougars


    Indoor Season Culminates in The American Championships

    Cougars head to New York City for conference meet

    • 2015 American Athletic Conference Champion - 800m, 4x400m Relay
    • 2015 First Team All-American Athletic Conference - 800m, 4x400m Relay
    • 2014 American Athletic Conference Champion - 800m
    • 2014 First Team All-American Athletic Conference - 800m
    • 2013 NCAA Regional Qualifier - 800m
    • 2013 Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll

    Indoor Date Outdoor Date

    Personal Bests
    800m 1:50.33 3.1.14
    Mile 4:17.97 12.7.13
    800m 1:49.58 4.26.13
    1500m 3:51.09 3.22.13

    2014-15 (Senior)
    Was the anchor leg of the American Athletic Conference Champion 4x400m relay team that effectively won the meet for Houston...Won the 800m run at the American Athletic Conference Championships in 1:50.70...First team All-American Athletic Conference selection in the 800m and the 4x400m Relay...Made his season debut with an eighth place finish in the 800m run (1:53.66) at the Texas A&M Aggie Invitational

    2013-14 (Senior)
    Competed in five meets for the Cougars... Won the inaugural American Athletic Conference Indoor Championship in the men's 800m run with a personal best time of 1:50.33... Set The American conference record in the 800m... Placed second at the Reveille Invitational, breaking the meet record in the mile with a personal best time of 4:17.97... Anchored the men's DMR at the Tyson Invitational to place second overall... the team set a season best of 9:44.97, second best time in school history.

    Outdoor: Redshirted.

    2012-13 (Junior)
    Competed in three meets for the Cougars... Member of the fifth-place DMR team, who ran a time of 10:21.38 at the Conference USA Indoor Championships... Ran a season best of 4:19.21 in the mile at the conference meet.

    Outdoor: Competed in two meets for the Cougars... Set a personal best time in the 1500m at the Victor Lopez Classic (Rice) of 3:51.09... Broke into the under 1:50 in the 800m at the Texas State Bobcat Classic with a time of 1:49.58 (8th).

    2011-12 (Sophomore)

    Outdoor: Competed in several events in the outdoor season, including the 800m, 1500m, DMR, 4x8 and 4x15... Set a season best in the 800m with 1:51.45 in the Conference USA Outdoor Championships and a second place finish... Ran a season best in the 1500m with 3:52.75 at the Conference USA Outdoor Championships... Also, ran a season best of 10:01.54 in the DMR at the 2012 Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays... Additionally competed in the 4x8 and the 4x15... Ran a season best in the 4x8 of 7:26.54 at the 2012 Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays... Amassed a total of four first place spots and 18 top 10 finishes.

    2010-11 (Freshman)

    Ran for Coach Carlos Quinones at Killeen High School...Named the MVP Long Distance Runner as well as the cross country's team MVP...Won a district and a regional championship for the Kangaroos...Texas State qualifier...KDH's Runner of the Year...First-Team All-State...Also recruited by Texas A&M, Stephen F. Austin, Univeristy of Texas-Arlington, Texas State, Wayland Baptist and Abilene Christian.

    Full name is Drevan Kaleolani Anderson-Kaapa...Born on January 24, 1992 in Frankfurt, Germany...Son of Andrew and Vanessa Anderson-Kaapa...Nicknamed the "Flyin' Hawaiian"...Was a member of the National Honor Society...Named to the Academic Excellence list all four years...Received the West Point Leadership award...Chose to attend the University of Houston because its a good school and a good team and he is treated as a person, not a number...Majoring in Construction Management.

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