Citizenship: United States
Residence: Mammoth Lakes, CA
Age: 25






Personal Records

3,000m: 7:50.27 (Liege, 2010)
5,000m: 13:28.92 (Heusden, 2009)
10,000m: 27:48.06 (Palo Alto, 2008)
Half Marathon: 1:02:39 (Las Vegas, 2010)

2011 Results

11/05/11 NYRR Dash to the Finish 5K 15th 14:47:46
08/28/11 IAAF World Championships, 10,000m 14the 29:03:92
07/04/11 USA 10 km Championship 7th 29:15
06/23/11 USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, 10,000m 3rd 28:40:51
05/01/11 Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational, 10,000m 16th 27:51:78
04/15/11 Mt. SAC Relays, 5,000m 5th 13:30:18

Career Overview

Scott Bauhs has been a member of the Mammoth Track Club since 2008 and is coached by Terrance Mahon. As a collegian, Bauhs was a standout at Chico State University where he won three NCAA Division II national titles and was an eight-time All-American for the Wildcats. He is the youngest American to have broken four minutes in the mile (3:59.81) and 28 minutes in the 10,000m (27:48.06), which he achieved a month prior to his 22nd birthday.

Bauhs has turned in a couple stellar half marathon performances, including a sixth place finish at the 2007 San Jose Half Marathon in 1:03:04, an American age-group record, and a victory at the 2010 Las Vegas Half Marathon in a personal best 1:02:39.

Last summer, Bauhs represented the United States at the 2011 IAAF World Track & Field Championships in Daegu, Korea, placing 14th in the 10,000m final. Additional international team experience includes a 70th place finish at the 2009 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships in 1:06:07, and 51st and 52nd place finishes at the 2008 and 2010 IAAF World Cross Country Championships, respectively.