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Koy Connors
Koy Connors
Height: 6-0
Weight: 165
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Philadelphia, Pa.
High School: Washington Township
Events: Multi-events/Decathlon
Major: Biomedical Sciences

Career Honors

CACC Field Athlete of the Week (4/15/19)

 

TFRRS Performance List

 

2019:

  • Third place performance in the pole vault resulted in six points in his first CACC Championships appearance, and he added two more after producing the seventh-furthest toss in the javelin. The junior also set a collegiate-best of 10.52m in the shot put (5/5)
  • Member of the 4x400m relay team that broke the school record at the Penn Relays (4/26)
  • Became the first Devil to ever compete in the decathlon, placing third out of 10 with a collegiate-best 5,077 points at Stockton's Osprey Invite. He set collegiate-bests in four events (shot put, high jump, 400m and discus) and placed in the top-half of the field in eight events, including winning the discus (29.59m) and pole vault (3.55m) (4/13)
  • Became the first USciences student-athlete to ever compete in the pole vault, clearing 3.2m for a second place finish in the field of six at Rowan's Oscar Moore Invitational. He also set a school record in the javelin, with his furthest mark measuring at 39.73 to compile nine points between the two events (4/5)
  • Was a member of the 4x400m relay team that combined to finish in a school record 3:32.80, good for ninth in the field of 22 quartets at Widener's Danny Curran Invitational (3/30)
  • Member of the 4x400m relay team that broke the school record (3:31.73) at the Armory Last Chance Meet (2/22)
  • Became USciences' first-ever competitor in the pentathlon at Ursinus' Frank Colden Invitational, placing in the top-half of the field of nine in four-of-five events, including winning the shot put with a school-record and collegiate-best toss of 9.93m, en route to finishing second out of nine competitors with 2,528 points. He also set a collegiate-best in the high jump, 1.64m, to place second (2/2)
  • Placed in the top-half of the field, marking at 5.90m in the long jump to finish 16th at the season-opening Collegeville Classic (1/19)

Prior to USciences:

  • Member of 2018 NJCAA DIII Track & Field Champion Rowan College at Gloucester County team
  • Two-time third place finisher in the Decathlon at the NJCAA DIII Track and Field Championship
  • Also Placed seventh in the javelin at the 2018 NJCAA DIII Championship
  • Three-time Dean’s List Honors at RCGC

Personal

  • Son of Patsy and Tom Connors
  • Came to USciences for its outstanding academic programs
  • Would like to become an orthopedic doctor