UConn Track & Field’s Poster Boy for Hardwork and Competitiveness
The Huskies will turn their attention to the conference championship meet set for Feb. 27-28.
Sophomore Craig Hunter won the pole vault at the Armory Track Invitational held in New York City
The Husky pole vaulter grabbed first at the Yale Invitational with a 5.25m result
UConn recorded four first-place finishes on Saturday at the 2015 Yale Invitational
AAC Men's Outdoor Championship Day 3 (photos by Stephen Slade)
Day one of competition at the inaugural American Athletic Conference Championship at Armory Collegiate in New York City.
- Earned First Team All-American Honors after taking eighth at the NCAA Championships with a career-best 5.40m leap.
- Won the NCAA East Regional with a 5.25m leap and took third at The American Championship with a 5.28m leap.
- Captured fourth-place in the pole vault at The American Championships (5.13m) and took first at the IC4A Championship (5.25m).
- Won the pole vault at the Roadrunner Tune-Up, Armory Invitational, NYC Gotham Cup and Yale Invitational.
- Took 23rd in the pole vault at the NCAA Northeast Regionals
- Finished fourth at the American Athletic Conference Championships in the pole vault
- Pole vaulted an impressive 5.30m at the New England Championship, taking home first place for the Huskies.
- Won the pole vault at the UConn Challenge in Storrs with a leap of 5.20m.
- Captured third in the American Athletic Championships in the pole vault (5.10m).
- Finished fourth at the IC4A Championship in the pole vault with a height of 5.15m.