Second-year Seminole returns for his senior year…enjoyed a breakout in 2019 after transferring from Kennesaw State, establishing new personal-bests in both the Heptathlon and Decathlon, despite battling injury through indoor and outdoor seasons…one of three combined athletes for the FSU men, providing important scoring depth in pursuit of ACC team titles.
Indoor: Hard luck senior season culminated with a late scratch from the heptathlon at the ACC Championships due to illness…competed but did not finish his heptathlon competition at the Texas Tech Invitational.
Indoor: Competed in only one meet before scoring a fifth-place finish at the ACC Indoor Championships in the heptathlon…rallied from ninth place after day 1 of competition to finish with a personal-best score of 4,857 points, which ranks No. 5 all-time among Noles, with final-day personal bests in the 60 hurdles (8.44) and pole vault (4.00m/13-1.5)…FSU went on to share the ACC team title…was injured competing in the long jump at the season-opening Orange & Purple Elite…was selected to the All-ACC Academic Indoor team. Outdoor: once again competed sparingly during the season due to injury which later required surgery, and once again came through in the clutch at the ACC Outdoor Championships…earned first-team All-ACC honors with a silver medal finish in the decathlon, establishing a new personal-best with 6,682 points, which ranks 10th in FSU history….recorded three personal-bests (110 hurdles, discus, pole vault) out of five events on the final day, climbing from seventh to second place…also competed in three events each at the Crimson Tide Invitational and Tom Jones Memorial…was selected to the All-ACC Academic Outdoor team.
In two seasons of competition primarily as a multi-event athlete, established personal bests of 6,647 points in the decathlon and 4,745 points in the heptathlon…had his best year in 2018 when he finished second at the Atlantic Sun Indoor and Outdoor Championships, in the heptathlon and decathlon, respectively…also finished second in the javelin and fifth in the pole vault, helping the Owls to the team title…finished second at the ’18 ASun Indoor Championships in the heptathlon…as a freshman in 2017 followed up a silver medal heptathlon finish at the ASun Indoor Championships with a bronze in the decathlon at the outdoor conference meet…named to the ’18 ASun All-Academic teams at the conclusion of the indoor and outdoor seasons…was a member of Kennesaw’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) in 2018.
Competed in four years of track & field at Bartram Trail where he flourished in the hurdles and horizontal jumps…as a senior was sixth in the triple jump at the FHSAA 3A state meet after establishing a school record (14.12m/46-4) at the Region I championship meet in Tallahassee…also qualified for state meet in the long jump…won six 3A District 4 event titles over the course of his career and seven St. Johns River Athletic Conference titles, which were spread between the 110- and 300-meter hurdles, triple jump and long jump…won four conference meet individual titles as a senior to lead his team to a third consecutive championships…advanced to the 110 hurdle finals at the 2015 New Balance Nationals, finishing sixth…was second that year in the 110 hurdles at the Golden South meet…also competed in football at Bartram Trail…the son of Derek and Kim Lott…is majoring in global club management & leadership at FSU…born April 20, 1998.