- Jeremy Hall
- Jacksonville, Fla. (Wolfson HS)
CAREER VICTORIES: 19
55m: 6.25, 2009 Tom Jones Memorial Classic, Gainesville, Fla.
60m: 6.62, 2009 Virginia Tech Qualifier, Blacksburg, Va.
200m: 21.47, 2009 SEC Indoor Championships, Lexington, Ky.
100m: 10.08, 2009 SEC Outdoor Championships, Gainesville, Fla.
200m: 20.51, 2009 SEC Outdoor Championships, Gainesville, Fla.
HONORS: (One-time NCAA Champion, Four-time All-American, three-time SEC champion) 2009 NCAA Outdoor 4x100m champion; 2009 NCAA Outdoor All-American 4x100m; 2009 SEC outdoor 4x100m champion; 2009 SEC Outdoor 200m champion; 2008 NCAA Outdoor All-American 100m, 4x100m relay; 2008 USTFCCCA All-East Region 100m, 4x100m; 2008 NCAA Indoor All-American - 60m; 2007 SEC Indoor champion - 60m.
2009 AS A JUNIOR: Wins (5): (o) NCAA Outdoor Championship 4x100m (38.58), SEC Outdoor Championship 200m (20.51), 4x100m (38.74), War Eagle Invitational 4x100m (39.43), Pepsi Florida Relays 4x100m (39.22) Helped Florida capture its first NCAA 4x100-meter relay title since the 2004 season, running the anchor leg (38.58) Captured the SEC Championship in the 200-meter dash (20.51) and ran on the winning 4x100-meter relay team (38.74) Helped Florida win the 4x100m relay event at the War Eagle Invitational (39.43) Placed second in the finals of the 100m at the War Eagle Invitational (10.19) Led off the winning 4x100-meter relay at the Pepsi Florida Relays (39.22) Earned a personal-best time and clocked the fastest time in school history in the 60-meter dash at the Virginia Tech qualifier (6.62) Placed fifth in the finals of the 60m at the SEC Indoor Championships Fourth in the finals of the 60m at the SEC/Big 12 Showdown (6.74) Finished second in the 55m at the Tom Jones Memorial Invitational (6.25), tying his personal-best in the event.
2008 AS A SOPHOMORE: Wins (9): (o) Picked up two All-America honors at the 2008 NCAA Outdoor Championships, finishing sixth in the 100m (10.36) and running the third leg of the third-place 4x100m relay team (38.84) The NCAA East Regional runner-up in the 100m (10.18), earning All-East Region honors in both the 100m and the 4x100m relay Mississippi Open 100m (10.35), 4x100m (39.59); Spec Towns Invitational 100m top collegian (10.27), 4x100m (39.82); Pepsi Florida Relays 4x100m (39.66), 4x200m (1:22.06); Hurricane Challenge 4x100m (39.94); (i) Iowa State Classic 60m (6.68); Rod McCravy Memorial 60m (6.66) Bests of 6.25 (55m), 6.65 (60m), 10.17 (100m) and 21.17 (200m) Competed in 14 meets (six indoor, eight outdoor) Took third in 100m at SEC Outdoor Championships with career-best time of 10.17, moving into a tie for fifth on UFs all-time chart Won 100m (10.35) and ran third leg of Gators victorious 4x100m relay (39.59) at Mississippi Open Member of Gators fourth-place 4x100m relay at Penn Relays (39.33) Finished as top collegian in 100m (10.27) and led off Gators winning 4x100m relay (39.82) at Spec Towns Invitational Led off UFs winning 4x100m relay (39.66) and Gators victorious 4x200m squad (1:22.06) at Pepsi Florida Relays Time in 4x200m relay ranked fourth in school history Also finished fifth in 200m with wind-aided mark of 21.03 and sixth in 100m with wind-aided time of 10.24 Ran on Gators winning 4x100m relay at Hurricane Challenge, posting an NCAA regional-qualifying time of 39.94 Also took second in 100m (10.42) and third in 200m (21.18), picking up a pair of regional-qualifying marks Missed finals of 60m by .002 at NCAA Indoor Championships, but finished ninth overall, and seventh among Americans, with time of 6.67 to capture first-career All-America honor Placed third in 60m at SEC Indoor Championships with NCAA provisional time of 6.65 Won second-consecutive 60m at Iowa State Classic with NCAA provisional mark of 6.68 Turned in NCAA provisional mark of 6.66 in 60m to capture first win of season at Rod McCravy Memorial Placed second among collegians and fourth overall in 55m at Tom Jones Memorial Classic with personal-best and NCAA provisional-qualifying time of 6.25 Finished seventh in 60m at Big Ten/SEC Challenge (6.91).
2007 AS A FRESHMAN: Wins (5): (o) Pepsi Florida Relays 4x100m (39.93); Jim Click Shoot-Out 100m (10.30), 200m (21.09), 4x100m (39.49); (i) Southeastern Conference Indoor Championships 60m (6.64) Bests of 6.27 (55m), 6.64 (60m), 10.30 (100m) and 21.01 (200m) Competed in 12 meets (six indoor, six outdoor) Attempted to compete at NCAA Outdoor Championships, but tweaked hamstring on opening leg of 4x100m that took 16th in 41.39 Tried to run at NCAA East Regional Championships despite injury, but finished 30th in 100m (11.49) Took part in 200m despite injury and was 26th in 200m (23.39) at SEC Outdoor Championships Tied personal record and was top collegian in 100m and second overall (10.30) at Miami Elite Invitational Also fifth in 200m with NCAA regional time (21.01) Top collegiate finisher at Pepsi Florida Relays and second overall in 100m (10.39) Also ran second leg of winning 4x100m relay (39.93) SEC Runner of the Week on March 27 after effort at Jim Click Shoot-Out Despite -1.7 headwind, clocked 10th-fastest time in school history to win 100m at Jim Click Shoot-Out (10.30) Also won 200m in 21.09 and ran opening leg of winning 4x100m relay (39.49) All three times were regional qualifying marks Was 0.01 away from qualifying for finals in the 60m at NCAA Indoor Championships Finished ninth overall in 6.66 Became first freshman to win 60m title in more than 30 years at SEC Indoor Championships with time of 6.64 Mark was the third-fastest in Florida history Became the first Gator to win the 60m title since 1992 Was 0.01 away from UF all-time top 10 in first 60m race of career as he ran 6.81 to tie for sixth at Rod McCravy Memorial Came up 0.01 seconds shy of NCAA provisional in first meet of career in 55m (6.27) at Florida Intercollegiate.
HIGH SCHOOL/PREP: Bests of 10.44 in 100m, 21.14 in 200m and 48.93 in 400m Clocked 14th-fastest time in the nation in 100m (10.44) in 2006 and tied for 25th-best time in 200m (21.23) 2006 Florida Class 3A 100m champion with time of 10.44 Took second at 2006 state meet in 200m to future teammate Calvin Smith with time of 21.23 Improved dramatically from junior to senior year as he finished sixth at 2005 state meet in 100m (11.04) and sixth in 400m (49.16) Team captured state title in 2005 and was runner-up in 2004 2006 graduate of Wolfson High School.
MAJOR: Sport Management