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    Claudio DelliCarpini
    Claudio DelliCarpini
    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    West Harrison, N.Y.

    Last College:
    Clemson University

    Event:
    Hurdles/Jumps

    ELIGIBILITY (IN/OUT):
    /SR

    04/20/2013

    Huskies Claim First at UConn Classic

    Men's track and field ends home season with top spot

    04/13/2013

    Huskies Finish Fourth at Battle on the Bayou

    UConn posts four first place finishes at LSU

    04/06/2013

    Huskies Finish First in Dog Fight

    UConn wins Dog Fight for second consecutive time

    03/30/2013

    Men's Track & Field Dominates at Home in UConn Spring Invite

    Huskies post 37 top-five finishes at home opener

    03/20/2013

    Men's Track & Field Opens 2013 Outdoor Season at UCF

    Huskies Travel to Florida for the UCF Invitational

    2012-2013 Indoor (Junior)

    • Claimed seventh in the 60 meter hurdles (8.02) at the IC4A Championships.
    • Took fifth in the 60 meter hurdles (8.00) at the BIG EAST Championships... captured 10th in the long jump (6.94m) at the BIG EAST Championships.
    • Finished 13th in the long jump (6.68m) at the New England Championships.

    2011-12 Outdoor (Sophomore)

    • Finished sixth in the prelims for the 110m hurdles at the BIG EAST Championships (14:02) and took 11th in the long jump (7.07m).
    • Finished 11th in the 110m hurdles at the IC4A Championships (14.48).
    • Finished 19th in the 110m hurdle semifinals at the NCAA East Prelims.

    Before UConn: Attended Harrison High School in Harrison, New York... Three time indoor All-American... Sophomore year he placed fifth in the pentathlon (3433 pts.)... Senior year placed 6th in the 60m high hurdles (8.03) and 6th in the long jump (22'11")... Italian U-20 champion in the 110m high hurdles (14.01)... Journal News Con-Edison Scholar Athlete.

    Personal: Transfer from Clemson University... Won the Penn. Relays in the 4x110m high hurdles (56.64)... Double majoring in sociology and psychology... Born April 7, 1991.