I've been in a rut since I started racing in january. I was forced to take most of the outdoor season off last year due to injury, trained through the summer, and got injured again. So I have been running consistently since November. I'm doing 20-25 miles more a week than I did in high school; I'm a lot stronger, and my workouts indicate that I can run much faster than I have been in every event (roughly 10-15 seconds faster in the 1500). When I finish races I'm not tired but I can't push myself to go faster or I just don't go with the pack. I won almost every race I ran in high school and now I can't run within 5 seconds of my pr's. Any advice?
You are a freshman right? Calm down. It is totally normal to have the kinds of issues you are having. Just back the edge off a bit in training, don't go so hard in your workouts, and don't agonize so much about beating high school times just yet. Most college freshmen don't get any faster their first year. Heck only about half manage to dodge major injuries.