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KYLE FEARRINGTON

Player profile

position
Sprints
year
Senior
hometown
Tarpon Springs, Fla.
high school
East Lake

BIO:

PERFORMANCE PROFILE

Enters his final season with the Noles off his most productive campaign to date…will be a key contributor in the 400 and as a member of the 4×400 relay and an NCAA Championships qualifying contender in both…posted career-best finishes outdoors at the ACC Championships (third) and NCAA East Preliminary (15th) in the 400…turned in a monster third leg to key FSU’s run to the ACC Indoor 4×400 title and a share of the team title.

 

 

2020

Indoor: Closed out his career in style at the ACC Championships, placing seventh in the 400 in a personal-best indoor time of 46.94, which ranks No. 7 all-time at FSU…added a strong leg to the Noles’ 4×400 which ran 3:07.53 for silver and narrowly missed an NCAA Championship mark…the quartet ranks No. 10 all-time at FSU…the Noles won their third consecutive ACC title…improved each of his four 400-meter races after opening up with a 47.88 at the Texas Tech Invitational.

2019

Indoor: Delivered his signature performance in his final race of the season when he ran the Noles from fourth place into a share of the lead with the fastest (47.70) third leg in the field of the 4×400 at the ACC Championships and teammate Kasaun James anchored the Noles to victory (3:10.61) for a share of the team title…the performance made amends of his 13th-place finish in 400 qualifying…season-best 400 (48.20) came at the Clemson Tiger Paw Invitational…he opened the year by winning the Orange & Purple Elite 400. Outdoor: Qualified 12th for the second round of the 400 at the NCAA East Preliminary and delivered a personal-best time of 46.50 to place a career-best 16th at the meet; four spots shy of a trip to the NCAA Championships…grabbed first-team All-ACC honors with a third-place finish in the 400 finals (46.66)…showed signs of coming around when he posted PBs of 21.10 and 46.60 at the Tom Jones Memorial, placing ninth and 10th in the 200 and 400, respectively…first of four 400 personal-bests of the year came at the Florida Relays (46.96).

 

2018

Indoor: Narrowly missed ACC Indoor Championship finals in the 400, placing ninth for the conference champion Noles…saw action in only three meets as he battled nagging injuries…opened with 400 and as a member of the DMR at the Razorback Invitational…also contributed a leg to the season-best 4×400 (3:14.74) at the Tyson Invitational. Outdoor: Qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary in the 400 for the second consecutive year…posted season-best (46.96) at the Florida Pepsi Relays…was at the Tiger Track Classic (47.05)…opened outdoor campaign with a 200m (21.27) PB at the FSU Relays.

2017

Indoor – Competing indoors for the first time, saw action in five meets…first breakout came at the Tyson Invitational when he ran 47.93 in the 400…backed that up by running 48.00 at the ACC Championships, where he lent a monster leg to the Noles’ fourth-place 4×400 relay in a season-best 3:11.31. Outdoor – Competed in eight meets culminating with the ACC Championships, NCAA East Preliminary and USATF Junior Championships…demonstrated steady progress through the first five meets while competing in both the 400 and 4×400…breakthrough in both came at the Tom Jones Memorial, when he broke the 47-second barrier with a personal-best 46.79, then helped the 4×400 to a strong 3:07.91 effort…advanced to the 400 finals at the ACC Championships where he lowered his PB to 46.58 and finished fourth, earning second-team All-ACC honors…fifth-place 4×400 finish in 3:07.69 was also a season-best…advanced to the second round of the 400 at the NCAA East Preliminary, finishing 18th…finished one spot shy of NCAA Championships qualifying in the 4×400, placing 13th in SB 3:07.05.

Personal:

Didn’t begin running 400 in earnest until his senior season at East Lake High…won the Pinellas County Athletic Conference and 3A District 10 titles…ran 48.35 for fourth at 3A Region 3 meet and followed with new PBs of 47.99 at Golden South (fourth) and 47.96 (10th) at New Balance Outdoor Nationals…played three seasons of varsity football…son of Natasha Vigo…completing his FSU degree work in sport management…born August 18, 1998.