Allix Potratz-Lee
Position: Distance
Alma Mater: Idaho
Graduating Year: 2010
Experience: 3 Years
Potratz-Lee joined the Idaho staff in 2011 following a standout running career at Idaho.

She was a five-time Western Athletic Conference champion, a 10-time first-team all-WAC honoree and a two-time ESPN Academic All-American. She earned the 2010 Stan Bates Award as the WAC’s top female student-athlete. She helped Idaho cross country take the 2005 and 2007 team titles, and claimed the 2008 individual WAC cross country title.

She put together a legendary performance at the 2010 WAC Outdoor Championships, as she scored 30 points by winning the 3000m steeplechase, 5000m and 10,000m at the meet. It was just the third such triple crown in NCAA history and the first in WAC history.

She is the only woman in WAC history to be named WAC Athlete of the Year in three different sports. She was the 2008 WAC Women’s Cross Country Athlete of the Year, 2009 WAC Women’s Indoor Track Performer of the Year and 2010 WAC Outdoor Women’s Track Performer of the Year, as well as the 2010 WAC Women’s High Point Award honoree.

Potratz-Lee graduated from Idaho in 2010 with a degree in Secondary Education. Formerly Allix Lee-Painter, she married former Idaho track and field athlete Steve Potratz in 2010.
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