Casey Johnson

Casey  Johnson


Los Angeles, Calif.

High School:
Notre Dame HS

High Jump, Triple Jump

2006: Moved up the Academy's record book with career-best performances in the indoor and outdoor triple jumps...moved into sixth on the all-time list with a 37'4" (indoor) triple jump at the Air Force All-Comers Meet...improved standing in the indoor triple jump (17'6¼") at that meet as well...earned the team's Field Athlete of the Week following the All-Comers Meet...moved into third all-time during the outdoor season with a 38'7½" triple jump at the Colorado Invitational...finished second in the Potts Invitational triple jump with a then-best distance of 38'5"...earned second Field Athlete of the Week honor of the season following that meet...won the triple jump at the Ris Westen Air Force Twilight Meet...earned a top-three finish in the same event at the Don Kirby Invitational

2005: Moved into the Academy's top-10 triple jump records during both the indoor and outdoor seasons...placed eighth in the triple jump at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships...recorded a career-best distance of 37'2½" at the MWC Indoor Championships...distance is the sixth-best triple jump mark in Academy history...earned the team's Field Athlete of the Week after placing second in the event at the Colorado School of Mines Open with a then-career-best mark of 36'8¾"...also competed in the indoor long jump, recording a distance of 17'3½" at the Mines Open...recorded an outdoor career-best triple jump mark of 37'1¼" at the MWC Outdoor Championships en route to the eighth-place finish...that mark is the eighth-best distance in program history...posted an outdoor long jump distance of 17'1½" at the Willie Williams Classic

2004: Competed in the high jump, as well as the long and triple jumps...participated in the MWC Championships...recorded a career-best 4'11" in the high jump...posted distances of 17'3" and 36'4" in the long and triple jumps, respectively...during the outdoor season, claimed a 16'8" in the long jump and 35'8½" in the triple jump.

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