Sabrina ran 2:03 in high school, I don't think she ran much faster than that at G'Town. The majority of your top high school female 800m runners don't progress much in the NCAA. They spend the first year in the NCAA trying to get back to their high school times and the next 2 years plateaued at about second faster than their H.S. PR. There senior year in the NCAA is when they will have a breakthrough, but at this point, they are only running the times they thought they would be running as a freshman. The problem is, you have a high school girl run a 2:08 800m, a 5:5x mile and 18X in XC. This athlete probably only ran 20mpw in high school, but their mile and XC times suggest they could score points in XC and in distance events. This NCAA freshman is a 400/800 type, is really not built for distance and/or is undertrained for it, but is immediately placed on the XC team running 50mpw and ends up spending the next couple years either injured on and off or burnt out. Things are getting better, but that's how the NCAA has been destroying 800m runners the last 2 decades. Btw, the best thing Ajee Wilson did was skip the NCAA, the NCAA has produced very few Olympic or WC medalist type athletes in the last 2 decades. Again, things have gotten better the last couple of years, distance powerhouses like Oregon, Stanford, etc., have embraced training for the 400/800.