Nick Frawley
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    Nick Frawley

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Midlothian, Texas

    High School:
    Midlothian

    Height:
    5-10

    Event:
    Pole Vault

    Team co-captain for 2010 season...

    SENIOR (2010): NCAA finalist in the pole vault for the third straight year...placed sixth during the national semifinals with a season-best matching clearance of 17'4½"...received the team's Most Valuable Athlete Award...Mountain West Conference indoor champion...two-time all-conference honoree...won the pole vault at the Military Track and Field Championships...improved the meet record by nearly two feet with a clearance of 17'0¾"...missed part of the outdoor season with injury...returned to the runway at the Mt. SAC Relays...cleared 17'4½" to tie for sixth in the invitational section of that meet...placed third at the conference outdoor championship meet...earned all-conference honors for the seventh time in eight attempts...cleared 17'4½"to win second indoor title at the MWC Championships...all-conference honoree...surpassed the NCAA Provisional Qualifying Mark on six occasions...won the pole vault in five of seven meets...cleared the 17'4" bar in all but one meet...was the top collegiate finisher at the Air Force All-Comers Meet, clearing 17'7"...set season-best clearance of 17'7¾" to win the Don Barrett Duals...also won the pole vault at the New Mexico Classic (17'6½") and Air Force Invitational (17'4½")...matched season-best clearance (17'7¾") to finish second at the UW Final Qualifier...two-time MWC Athlete of the Week selection...earned the team's Field Athlete of the Week award twice...team captain.

    JUNIOR (2009): Two-time NCAA All-American...placed seventh at the outdoor championships (17'6½")...tied for seventh at the indoor championships (17'2¾")...set Academy indoor pole vault record (18'1")...named USTFCCCA Mountain Region Indoor Male Athlete of the Year...earned the team's Alonzo Babers Performance Award for the second straight year...finished third at the NCAA Regional meet with a career-best outdoor clearance of 17'7"...that mark is the fourth-best in Academy history...all-region selection...placed third at Mountain West Conference Championships...all-conference honoree...earned MWC Athlete of the Week honors following a third-place performance at the Texas Relays...cleared 18'1" to set program standard and win the Air Force Invitational...that height was a Junior Class record and the third-best clearance in Mountain West Conference history...NCAA automatic qualifier...finished second at the conference championships with a mark of 17'3½"...all-conference honoree...won the Don Barrett Air Force Duals with a height of 16'5¼"...named MWC Athlete of the Week following record-setting performance at the Air Force Invitational...also received that honor following the third-place finish at the Texas Relays...academic all-conference selection...two-time recipient of the Academy's Athlete of the Week award...earned the team's Field Athlete of the Week award on two occasions.

    SOPHOMORE (2008): NCAA All-American...was the runner-up at the national championship meet with a clearance of 17'2¾"...earned the team's Alonzo Babers Performance Award...finished third at the NCAA Regional meet...all-region honoree...cleared a season-best 17'5" at that meet...earned all-conference accolades following a third-place finish at the MWC Championships...regionally qualified with a winning 17'3" at the Louisville Classic...recorded the second-best vault at the Drake Relays...opened the outdoor campaign with a winning vault of 16'10¾" at the Willie Williams Classic...finished 15th at the NCAA indoor championships...Mountain West Conference indoor champion...cleared career-best 17'10¼" to win second conference crown...set Sophomore Class record with that jump...that is also the second-best jump in Academy history...all-conference honoree...NCAA provisional qualifier...height of 17'10¼" is tied for the third-best clearance ever at the MWC Championships and the fifth-best in conference history...recorded two NCAA provisional qualifying marks...set then-personal-best mark of 17'7" at the Air Force Invitational to win the event...finished second at the Pole Vault Summit with a height of 16'10¾"...was the top collegiate at the All-Comers Meet behind a height of 16'6¾"...earned the team's Field Athlete of the Week on two occasions during the indoor season and once during the outdoor season.

    FRESHMAN (2007): Shared the program's Newcomer of the Year award...was ranked eighth in the nation heading into the NCAA national championships...tied for 17th at the NCAA championships...earned an at-large spot to the NCAA meet following an eighth-place performance of 16'7¼" at the Midwest Regional Championships...won the Mountain West Conference pole vault title at the outdoor championships...cleared a career-best 17'5½" at that meet...that was the fourth-best jump in Academy history... that clearance was the best by anyone in the league during the season...all-region honoree...earned all-conference honors...posted the team's best finish at the Sun Angel Classic...placed third with a height of 16'2¾" at that meet...was also the team's top scorer at the Rob Upton Invitational with a second-place finish...posted the best mark (15'11") of any collegiate competitor...cleared the fifth-best indoor height in Academy history (16'11½") at the TCR Race Productions Invitational in Albuquerque...picked up a fifth-place finish of 16'7½" at the MWC Indoor Championships...was the top collegiate finisher in the pole vault at the Air Force Invitational (16'7¼"), Air Force Open (16'1¼") and Air Force All-Comers Meet (15'7").

    HIGH SCHOOL: Won the pole vault at the Texas 4A state high school championship with a leap of 17'0¼"...followed that up with a win at the Great Southwest Invitational in Albuquerque, clearing a career-best mark of 17'0¾"...that mark ranked him as the fifth-best high school senior in the U.S. for 2006...that mark also broke 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist Nick Hysong's meet record...placed sixth at the Nike High School Outdoor Nationals...recorded a seventh-place finish at the USA Junior Championships...earned national champion honors at the 2003 USATF Youth Outdoor Meet...claimed back-to-back national champion titles at the AAU Championships (2004-05)...also lettered in football and baseball...earned all-4A District honors as a wide receiver.

    PERSONAL: Son of Ed and Shelley Frawley...has younger twin brothers, Eric and Vince, who are both pole vaulters at the University of South Alabama...majored in systems engineering management...future plans include attending business school...served as Basic Cadet Training Deputy Courses Cadet in Charge...has also served as Flight Commander...selected as the top-ranked basic cadet of the Class of 2010 during BCT...hobbies include rock climbing and playing N64 Super Smash Bros...member of Cadet Squadron 28...will enter the World Class Athlete Program (WCAP) and train at Luke AFB, Ariz.

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