11 May 1986 |
|Residence||Mammoth Lakes, CA|
|Event(s)||5000 m, 10,000 m, Cross country|
|College team||Chico State|
|Club||Mammoth Track Club|
|Coached by||Terrence Mahon|
|Achievements and titles|
5000 m: 13:28.92
Scott Bauhs (born May 11, 1986) is an American professional distance runner sponsored by Adidas and runs for Mammoth Track Club. He is a former Chico State runner for NCAA Division II athletics. He is the youngest American to complete both the four-minute mile and the 28-minute 10,000-meter run.
Bauhs has a high school level, cross country race named after him. The Scott Bauhs Invitational is held in Pleasanton, California and was first started in 2006. The course is 3 miles with 90% hard-packed dirt. A few small inclines, with none over 150 metres. Luis Luna of (Piner High School) set the men's course record of 14:44 minutes in 2011, while Jena Pianin (Amador Valley High School) has the women's record of 17:38 minutes from 2012.
Chico State University
While running for San Ramon Valley High School, Bauhs improved every year. As he improved, he had the smaller Division I schools recruiting him in his junior year. He signed with Chico State, but at the end of his senior season, after he finished second at the CIF California State Meet in the 3200 meters, there were much bigger schools such as Oregon that were interested. He decided to stay at Chico, and there he became one of the most successful Division 2 collegiate athletes in history. He amassed eight All-Americans, He also won three national titles.
During the 2007 track season, Bauhs beat Nicodemus Naimadu of Abilene Christian to win the 10k title. Naimadu was previously undefeated. Later on, Bauhs broke the four-minute-mile barrier, and American Age Group Records in the half-marathon. He also broke the NCAA Division II American records in the 5k and 10k. During his time at Chico, Bauhs ran under coach Gary Towne.
- 2007 Chiba Ekiden Team USA Member
- 2008 World Cross Country Team USA Member
- 2009 World Half Marathon Team USA Member
- 2010 World Cross Country Team USA Member
- 2007 NCCA DII 10,000 m Champion
- 2007 NCAA DII 5,0000 m Runner-up
- 2008 NCAA DII 5,000 m Champion
- 2008 NCAA DII Cross Country Champion
- 2008 US Club Cross Country National Champion
- 2010 US Cross Country Championships 3rd place
- 2010 US Indoor Championships 4th place 3000 m
- NCAA DII 10,000 m Record
- 2008 USTFCCCA NCAA DII Track & Field Athlete of the Year
- 2007-2008 CCAA Athlete of the Year
- 2006-2009 Chico State Athlete of the Year
- 4-time USTFCCCA All-American NCAA DII Cross Country 
- 4-time USTFCCCA All-American NCAA DII Track & Field
- 21 and under US age group record in half marathon
- 2nd 2003 California State track & field championships 3200 m
- Finished 6th in the 2010 Bay to Breakers 12k run
- Finished 51st in the 2008 IAAF World Cross Country Championships
- #4 on 2008 USA list for 10,000 m
- #4 best American in 10,000 m collegiate history
- 3rd at the USA Track and Field Championships 10,000m 2011
- Finished #14 at the 2011 Daegu IAAF World Championships (3rd American) 
- 1500 metres – 3:41.34 (2009)
- Mile run – 3:59.81 (2008)
- 3000 metres – 7:50.27 (2010)
- 5000 metres – 13:28.92 (2009)
- 10000 metres – 27:48.06 (2008)
- Half marathon – 1:01:30 (2012)
- Jufar sizzles 2:06:51 as records tumble at Houston Marathon. IAAF (2012-01-16). Retrieved on 2012-01-16.
- "Scott Bauhs Invitational (NC)". October 1, 2011. Retrieved February 4, 2012.
- "Scott Bauhs Invitational Results". September 21, 2012. Retrieved November 3, 2012.
- . Retrieved on 2012-02-04.
- . USATF (2012-02-04). Retrieved on 2012-02-04.
- . Flotrack 2012-02-04. Retrieved 2012-02-04.
- "Scott Bauhs Profile on Adidas". adidas.flotrack.org. Retrieved March 30, 2011.
- "Quotes, Recap of US Team at 2008 World Cross Country Championships". LetsRun.com. March 30, 2008. Retrieved July 30, 2010.
- "Favorites Flanagan and Ritzenhein Run Away From USATF XC Championship Fields". LetsRun.com. February 13, 2010. Retrieved July 30, 2010.
- "Chico State Athletics Quick Facts about Cross Country". chicowildcats.com. Retrieved March 30, 2011.
- "36th IAAF World Cross Country Championship Results". iaaf.com. March 30, 2008. Retrieved March 30, 2011.
- "Daegu IAAF World Championships 10,00m results". August 28, 2011. Retrieved October 1, 2011.