Dustin Wilson ’12

  • 2022 Induction Class
Dustin Wilson ’12

Dustin Wilson is the most decorated runner in CHA/SCH history. He was a cross country and indoor track five-time All American and qualified to compete at the 2011 National Foot Locker Cross Country Championships, running to a 13th place finish in San Diego, CA. That year, he was also All-State and named Athlete of the Year by the Pennsylvania Coaches Association. At Belmont Plateau, he won the PAISAA Independent Schools State Meet in 2010 and 2011, and set the meet record in 2010. Dustin was also honored as the 2012 Gatorade Pennsylvania Boys’ Cross Country Runner of the Year. Over the next two years, he racked up several titles: Indoor State Athlete of the year, All-State for the 3000 meter race, and PAISAA State Champion for the two mile. He was the All-State for Track in 2012, the PAISAA Cross Country champion and held the PAISAA Belmont Course Record in 2010 and 2011. Wilson remains the school record holder for the 800, 1600, 3000, 3200, 5000 meter races as well as the distance medley relay. Dustin continues to hold the 3200 meter record for the Inter-Ac with a time of 9:33.80. In 2012, Dustin received the J. L. Patterson Cup, which is awarded to the top senior athlete.

He attended Columbia University and was a member of the Lions’ cross county, indoor and outdoor track teams, which were ranked in the top 10 in NCAA Division I at the time.

  • Cross Country
  • Track

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