Drevan Anderson-Kaapa
Drevan  Anderson-Kaapa


Killeen, Texas

High School:
Killeen HS




• 2015 NCAA West Regional Qualifier - 800m
• 2015 Second Team All-American Athletic Conference - 800m
• 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

Personal Bests
Indoor Date
800m 1:50.33 3.1.14
Mile 4:17.97 12.7.13
Outdoor Date
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

Outdoor: NCAA West Regional Qualifier in the 800m after logging the 45th best time in the region this season...Finished second at the American Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships with a time of 1:50.57 to earn Second Team All-American Athletic Conference honors...Broke the American Athletic Conference Outdoor Championship Meet record in the 800m prelims by running 1:50.20...Set a season best in the 800m at the Rice Victor Lopez Classic when he ran 1:49.92 to win the event...Competed in six meets for Houston during the outdoor season.

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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