Marcus Wells

Marcus  Wells


Joseph, Ore.

High School:
Joseph HS


2006: Improved standing in the Academy's all-time record book for the javelin...recorded a career-best 207'6" at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships...that mark is the sixth-best time in Academy history and a NCAA Regional Qualifying Mark...finished fourth at the conference meet...won the javelin throw at the Spring Break Classic...led the Falcons to four of the top-five spots in that event...finished second at the Jack Christiansen Invitational with a throw of 195'9" as the Falcons took the top-four spots

2005: Recorded a career-best throw of 203'1" to finish third at the Jack Christiansen Invitational...that mark ranks sixth in the Academy's all-time record book...qualified for the NCAA Midwest Regionals... won his flight at the regional meet with a toss of 199'5", finishing sixth overall...earned all-conference honors after finishing third at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships behind a throw of 201'3"...won the event at the Mt. SAC Relays (University/Open) with a throw of 199'9"...named the team's Field Athlete of the Week after setting a then career-best mark of 200'0" to win the javelin throw at the Falcon Open

2004: Threw a season-best throw of 198'0" in the javelin at the MWC Outdoor Championships to finish fourth...distance is ranked sixth in the program's all-time record books and was the second-best throw of the season... named Newcomer of the Week after debuting in the javelin at the UC-Irvine Quad with a fourth-place finish of 178'1"...repeated the honor at the Tom Benich Classic following a personal-best distance by over 10 feet...received the honor again at the Cardinal Invitational with an improved toss of 195'2"

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner in track and basketball...state champion in the javelin throw during 2002

PERSONAL: Parents are Bill and Christy Wells...has one brother, economics major...hobbies include sports, snowboarding and basketball.

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