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  Greg Bolden
Greg Bolden

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Morrow, GA

High School:
Morrow

Last College:
Albany State

Event:
Sprints


NCAA Division II National Champion (100m, 4x100m relay)
2006 NCAA Indoor All-American (60m dash - seventh place)
2006 Atlantic Coast Conference 60m Champion
2006 All-ACC (60m)

Collegiate Best - 60m (6.67), 100m (10.15), 200m (20.90)

2006 Regional Qualifications: 100m (10.32)

Personal Bests: 55m (6.19), 60m (6.68), 100m (10.24), 200m (20.99)

2006 Best: 100m - 10.24 at the NCAA East Region Championship, 200m - 21.58 at the ACC Championships

2006: Outdoor - One of the top 100m sprinters on the team and undisputed leadoff leg of the 4x100m relay... third fastest 100m time in the conference... ran a personal best of 10.24 in the 100m at the NCAA East Region Championships... led all 100m runners at the Atlantic Coast Conference Championships, setting the stadium record in the preliminary race with a 10.35... earned All-ACC honors in taking second in the finals in 10.51... almost had a second honor as first leg of runner-up 4x100m relay... group posted a mark of 39.89...recorded a season-best time of 38.90 at the NCAA East Region Championship... had the fifth fastest preliminary mark (10.38) at the Reebok Invitational... placed second in the 100m in 10.47 at the highly competitive Texas Relays... led all finalists in a windy 100m race at the Golden Twilight in 10.61... met the regional qualifying standard on four occasions... finished just outside the preliminary qualifiers in the 200m at the conference championships, posting the tenth fastest advancing in 21.58. Indoor - Most consistent Seminole sprinter on the team... integral piece of nationally-ranked track and field squad... one of four provisional qualifiers to transfer into the program and only one to make it on the national championships travel roster... utilized ever opportunity during his first season at FSU to earn a place at nationals... rated the ninth fastest runner in the nation in the 60m, entering nationals... finished seventh in the 60m finals at the 2006 NCAA Indoor National Championships meet, running 6.70 to earn his first Division I All-American honor... secured a berth to nationals with the seventh fastest 60m time in the country (6.67)... was the top Seminole in the 55m and 60m events through the majority of the season... ended the season ranked in the top ten in three sprint categories, including leading the 55m and third in the 60m... won his first ACC 60m crown, taking top billing in 6.69...rated the seventh fastest 60m and has the 9th fastest 60m time...one of three newcomers competing in the top ten of the 60m event at the NCAA Championships...provisionally qualified in two events - the 55m and the 60m dash...took second at the Lobo Invitational running a converted (altitude adjustment) 6.70 in the 60m...also ran 21.75 in the 200m at New Mexico, good for sixth place...hit a second provisional standard at the Pepsi Invite...Also finished second in the 55m in 6.19.

At Albany State: One of two national champions in the 2006 recruiting class... ran a 10.26 in the preliminary race of the NCAA Division II National Championships and a 10.38 to win the 100m national championships in 2005... had the fastest DII time in the nation entering the meet... anchored the national champion 4x100m relay from Albany State... the group ran 39.99 in the preliminaries and 39.68 in the finals... recorded a 200m clip of 21.30 at nationals... accounted for 20 points toward the team score of 40, to help Albany State finish as the nation's fifth-best, DII track program...holds a personal best 100m time of 10.15... posted that mark at the 2005 SIAC Championships... finished third at the 2005 Georgia Tech Invitational, behind current Seminole Walter Dix and Nike's Jason Smoot... during his freshman campaign, finished 11th in the nation in the 100m with a time of 10.44... led off the 4x100m relay in 2004 that finished in third place in 39.92.

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