Starting his collegiate athletic career at Kansas State University, Tevan earned himself his first Big 12 Championship title in the sport of Track and Field. He later transferred to the University of Texas and In 2008, during his sophomore year, he earned his first National Championship title. This shaped the beginning to Everett’s success as a Texas Longhorn. In his junior season, Tevan won an individual Big 12 Indoor and Outdoor Conference title for the Longhorns bringing him to compete in yet another NCAA Championship race. With three intense rounds ran on the track at the NCAA Championships, Tevan ended his season as the NCAA Champion Runner-Up. He was edged out by Andrew Wheating, an Olympian, who won the race by just .06 seconds. In his senior year, an injury kept Tevan from achieving his quest for an NCAA Outdoor National title in 2010. After recovering, Everett went on to run professional Track & Field while running underneath an Adidas sponsorship along with the New Jersey-New York Track Club. He later finished his 2012 Indoor season with the success of making the USA World Indoor Team which competed at the World Indoor Track and Field Championships in Istanbul, Turkey. Tevan's last major championship occured at the 2012 Olympic Trials where he contended as a top 12 finisher just missing a spot on the U.S Olympic team. In spite of his previous efforts, In 2014, Tevan's professional athletic career was forced into early retirement after sustaining a serious Achilles injury requiring immediate orthopedic surgery and months of physical therapy. During his time of recovery, Tevan began to understand the importance of having a team of athletic care providers to support and assist him with his recovery and everyday athletic needs. Tevan currently lives in Austin, TX and when he is not working athletes and clients into shape, he is leading the tech startup company AthleteList as co founder and VP of Provider Relations.