Joey Uhle won the pole vault with the seventh-best clearance in Academy history.
JUNIOR YEAR | 2012-13: Competed in three different distances during the indoor season...competed in the 400-meter dash twice, recording a career-best time of 50.67 at the Air Force All-Comers Meet...that time was ranked fourth on the team...clocked the second-fastest time on the team in the 200-meter dash (second-best 22.28) at the Air Force Team Challenge...finished sixth in the 300-meter dash (35.41) at the Air Force Holiday Open...ran the anchor leg of the mile relay that won the Air Force Team Challenge (3:19.57)...competed on the sprint medley relay that finished third (3:40.57) at the Air Force Relays during only outdoor competition.
SOPHOMORE YEAR | 2011-12: Competed in the 200-meter run during three indoor meets...clocked a career-best time of 22.18 at the Air Force Invitational...that time was ranked fourth on the team...participated in the 60-meter dash twice, clocking a season-best time of 7.10 at the Air Force All-Comers Meet...also ran on four top-five relay teams...competed in three distances during the outdoor season...ran the 200-meter dash twice, posting a career-best time of 22.07 at the Beach Invitational...ran the 100-meter dash (11.19, Jack Christiansen Invitational) and 400-meter dash (48.67, Front Range Classic) once...the 100-meter time was ranked third on the team...competed in six 4x100-meter relay events...ran the leadoff leg of the team that posted the program's second-fastest time of the season (41.30) at the Mt. SAC Relays...ran the anchor leg of the 4x400-meter relay team that posted a time of 3:11.13 at the Texas Relays...that time was ranked second on the team...competed on the sprint medley relay (3:29.26) at the Texas Relays.
FRESHMAN YEAR | 2010-11: After injuring hamstring, clocked the third-fastest time on the team in the 100- and 200-meter sprints during the outdoor season...posted a time of career-best 11.13 in the 100-meter dash at the New Mexico Tailwind Classic...clocked a personal-best 200-meter time of 22.31 at the Jack Christiansen Invitational...ran a leg of the 4x400-meter relay teams that won the Front Range Classic and the CSU-Pueblo Invitational...also competed on the 4x100-meter squad that placed third at the Front Range Classic with a season-best 41.82...earned the team's Newcomer of the Week award following the Front Range Classic...competed in the 400-meter dash during two meets, clocking a personal-best time of 50.11 at the CSU-Pueblo Invitational...participated in the 60-meter dash once during the indoor season...recorded the third fastest time on the team (7.08) at the Don Barrett Duals.
HIGH SCHOOL: Orrville High School...placed second in the 200-meter dash and fourth in the 100-meter dash at the 2009 Ohio 2A High School State Championships...four-year letterwinner in track...high school record holder in the 100-meter dash (10.84) and 200-meter dash (21.65)...also a member of the 800-meter relay and 1600-meter relay teams that hold school records...1600-meter relay team also holds the county record...ran the anchor leg of the 1600-meter relay team that finished second at the Division II state meet...state finalist in the 800-meter relay, 400-meter relay, 100-meter dash and 400-meter dash...also lettered one year in football...member of The High Honor Society of High School Scholars...four-year member of the Honor Roll.
PERSONAL: Full name is Michael Dominique Craig...nickname is "Peanut"...son of William and Gwendolyn Craig...has two older brothers, William III and Marcus...majoring in management...future plans include becoming a pilot or working in the acquisitions or contracting fields...served as Assistant Major Training Events Officer and Safety Medical Officer...ranked First in Athletics for the Class of 2014 during sophomore year...hobbies include outdoor activities, hanging out with friends, watching movies and chillin'...attended the Academy Prep School...suffered a cerebral hemorrhage and cerebral hematoma after being hit by a car in March 2000...took and aeronautical engineering class over the summer...also served as the Safety Medical Officer during the first session of Basic Cadet Training...member of Cadet Squadron 29.