Hall of Fame induction: 2020
The Christiana High graduate was the state’s top sprinter and won the William A. Thomson Award as Delaware’s girls out-door track and field MVP in 2000 and 2001. Bailey was also state indoor track MVP both seasons. Outdoors, Bailey was three-time Division I state champion in the 100-meter dash and also won 200 and 400 titles. As a senior in 2001, she swept all three at the Meet of Champions. Bailey anchored Christiana’s 4 x 200 relay team that set a state record 1:40.44 at the 1999 Twilight Relays that wasn’t surpassed until 11 years later. Indoors, Bailey won state titles at 55 meters in 2000 and 2001, 200 meters in 2000 and 400 meters in 2001, She set state records at 55 meters (7.01) and 60 meters (7.50), the latter still standing. She ran on Seton Hall’s Big East indoor championship 4 x 400 relay team and placed fifth in the Big East 400 indoors.
Competed two seasons at Seton Hall…member of the 2002 BIG EAST Indoor Track and Field Champion 4×400-meter relay…placed fifth in the 400-meters at the 2002 BIG EAST Championships. She was also a member of the 2002 NCAA Division I All- American 4×400 meter relay placing 4th at the NCAA Division I National Championships.
Competed for the University of Miami in 2006, Ran the second leg of the Distance Medley Relay that established a UM record (11:46.22) during the indoor season…member of the 4×400-meter relay that won the Florida Intercollegiate title…ran opening leg of the 4×400-meter relay that won the Pepsi Invitational title.