UConn looks ahead to American Athletic Conference indoor championship.
Huskies conclude Columbia East-West Challenge Saturday
The Huskies boast first-place finishes in six events.
Five seniors will serve as captains for the 2017 season.
Student-athletes from UConn competed at the 89th Texas Relays and Bobcat Invitational on Friday
- Took third in the triple jump with a caeer-best 15.20m leap at The American Championships and also took eighth in the long jump at the event (6.88m).
- Finished 40th at the NCAA East Regionals in the long jump (6.95m).
- Grabbed fifth in the long jump (7.15m) at the American Athletic Conference Championship.
- Earned a silver medal in the long jump (6.92m) at the Sorlien Invitational.
- Finished in 7th place for the triple jump at the American Athletic Conference Championship after leaping a distance of 14.52m.
- Placed sixth in the long jump at the American Athletic Conference Championship with a leap of 7.06m.
- Captured 7th in the long jump and 8th in the triple jump at the Dog Fight in Albany, N.Y., recording distances of 6.46m and 12.95m respectively.
- Finished ninth in the triple jump at the URI Coaches Tribute Invitational with a 13.22m result.
- Took sixth at the Lafayette/Rider Invitational with a 13.67m showing in the triple jump.
- Redshirt season.
- Finished 25th (6.04m) in the long jump and 17th (13.73m) in the triple jump at the IC4A Championships.
- Claimed seventh place in the triple jump (14.69m) and 12th place (6.91m) in the long jump at the BIG EAST Championships.
- Took sixth in the long jump at the New England Championships with a leap of 6.94m.