7 time All American 200m and 400m runner Obi Igbokwe transfers from Arkansas to UH T&F


(Patrick) #1

:scream:

Huge transfer. Obi is originally from the Woodlands so he’s coming home. Last year, he finished 6th in the 400m and 5th in the 4x400 at the Outdoor Championships. He’ll team with Montgomery to make a very strong 400m team and 4x400m team.


https://www.tfrrs.org/athletes/5595885.html

Junior (2018)
Competed in seven meets during the indoor season… Set a personal-best of 6.93 seconds in the 60-meters at the Arkansas Invitational (Jan. 12)… Set season-bests of 20.90 in the 200-meters, and 45.38 in the 400-meters… Earned First-Team All-American honors in the 4-x-400-meters (3:05.14) and Second-Team All-American honors in the 400-meters (46.67)… Competed in 10 meets during the outdoor season… Set a personal-best of 20.52 in the 200-meters at the SEC Outdoor Championships… Earned First-Team All-American honors in the 400-meters at the NCAA Championships running a personal-best 44.94 – third-fastest in program history… Capped his junior season with a sixth-place finish in the 400-meters at the USATF Championships in Des Moines, Iowa.


(Patrick) #2

(Patrick) #3

Houston’s Projected 2019 Squad’s Personal Bests:

45.75 SO Keshun Reed (Hinds CC Transfer)

45.7h SR Mario Burke (Penn Relays Split)

44.94 SR Obi Igbokwe (Arkansas Transfer, 6th at NCAAs)

44.58 SR Kahmari Montgomery (2018 USATF Champion)


(Patrick) #4



#5

UH T&F is becoming the new NCAA “it” program.

Thanks to CLB and CCL.


(Dustin K) #6

One or two years of eligibility?


(Patrick) #7

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