Craig Hunter
Craig  Hunter


Robbinsville, N.J.

High School:
Robbinsville High School

Pole Vault



Four Huskies Grab All-Academic Honors

USTFCCCA Names All-Academic Individuals


Athlete Spotlight: Craig Hunter

UConn Track & Field’s Poster Boy for Hardwork and Competitiveness


Men's Track and Field Finishes Strong at 2015 Roadrunner Tune-Up at The Armory

The Huskies will turn their attention to the conference championship meet set for Feb. 27-28.


Men's Track and Field Impresses at Armory Track Invitational, Terrier Invite

Sophomore Craig Hunter won the pole vault at the Armory Track Invitational held in New York City


Hunter Named ECAC New England Division I Co-Athlete of the Week

The Husky pole vaulter grabbed first at the Yale Invitational with a 5.25m result


AAC Men's Outdoor Championship Day 3

AAC Men's Outdoor Championship Day 3 (photos by Stephen Slade)


American Athletic Conference Championship - Day One

Day one of competition at the inaugural American Athletic Conference Championship at Armory Collegiate in New York City.

2015 Outdoor (Sophomore)
  • 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.
2015 Indoor (Sophomore)
  • 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. 
2014 Outdoor (Freshman)
  • 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.
2014 Indoor (Freshman)
  • 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.
Personal: A computer science major.