Seminoles excel on the field, in the classroom and in the community in 2011-12.
Track 'Noles grab four NCAA qualifying spots on opening day of East Preliminary Round action
NCAA East Preliminary meet sets stage for men's title run and women's rise
Track 'Noles tune up for NCAA Regionals with solid work at Georgia Tech and Virginia
Seminoles denied ACC title, but not shorted on outstanding performances
Earned a spot in the 2012 NCAA Indoor Championship, but was scratched due to injury...underwent an emergency surgical procedure which kept him out until the ACC Championship...rebounded in a big way by winning the long jump title (7.67m/25-2); one of six gold medals for the Seminoles on their way to the team title...also competed in the 60-meter dash at the ACC meet...promising sophomore jumper/sprinter who is following in the footsteps of countryman and 2011 Bowerman Award winner Ngoni Makusha. 2011: Outdoor - was a member of FSU's NCAA First Round Championship 4x100 relay team (39.10), which won and advanced to the NCAA Championship meet...also qualified for the NCAA First Round in the long jump...was the ACC runner-up to Makusha in the long jump as the Seminoles won their seventh consecutive team title...was a member of the winning 4x100 relay team at the FSU Relays...soared 7.94m (26-0.75) in a wind-aided runner-up long jump performance at the FSU Twilight meet...boasted the second-best long jump of any freshman in the nation last season. Indoor - finished fifth at the ACC Championship meet as a freshman in the long jump and also qualified for the finals in the triple jump, placing ninth...posted an indoor season-best in the long jump at the Tyson Invitational (7.39m/24-3). Personal: Majoring in economics...born May 28, 1991.