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TREY CUNNINGHAM

Player profile

position
Hurdles
year
Sophomore
hometown
Winfield, Al.
high school
Winfield City

Bio:

PERFORMANCE PROFILE

Lived up to his billing as one of the most accomplished newcomers in FSU history…earned All-American honors in the 60-meter hurdles and 110-meter hurdles as a freshman…owns the No. 4 marks in program history with personal-best of 7.70 (60H) and 13.57 (110H)…capped banner year by advancing to the 110 hurdle finals at the USATF National Championships, placing fifth…claimed ACC Freshman of the Year honors both indoors and outdoors.

2018

Indoor: Finished sixth at the NCAA Indoor Championships, running 7.74 in the 60-meter hurdles finals…won the ACC 60 hurdles finals in a season-best 7.70, helping the Noles to the team title…was voted ACC Freshman of the Year…posted three wins in five meets, including collegiate debut of 7.74 in the finals at the Larry Wieczorek Invitational. Outdoor: Finished fourth at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 110 hurdles (13.64) to claim his second All-American certificate of the season in the final meet at Oregon’s Historic Hayward Field…rebounded from a third-place finish at the ACC Outdoor Championships where the Noles completed the season sweep of team titles…posted his third and final win of the season at the Seminole Twilight with his PB (13.57).

PERSONAL:

The most accomplished high school hurdler to ever sign at Florida State…broke the U20 World Record twice on his way to the 2017 New Balance Indoor National Championship in the 60-meter hurdles, running 7.40 in the final…incredibly versatile track & field athlete who in addition to the hurdles has excelled from 60-400 meters as well as the long and triple jump…is a 24-time Alabama state champion for Winfield City High School, including 20 individual titles…owns personal-bests of 6.78 (60m dash), 10.76 (100m), 13.35 (110 hurdles), 38.34 (300 hurdles) and 23-4 (long jump), among other events…was limited by injury during his senior outdoor season…also played three years of basketball and two years of cross country…member of the National Honor Society…plans to major in exercise physiology…the son of Brad and Shelly Cunningham…born Aug. 26, 1998.