A decorated FSU track star can add to their accolades.
Florida State announced Saturday that hurdler Trey Cunningham has been named “National Athlete of the Year” by Track and Field News.
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Below is the press release from FSU:
Trey Cunningham added another award to his biography on Friday night, as he was named National Male Outdoor Athlete of the Year by Track and Field News. Cunningham is the third Seminole to win the award after Ngoni Makusha (2011) and Walter Dix (2007).
Cunningham has won all 10 of his races this outdoor season, running 13.22 or better in nine of those races, the first athlete in NCAA history to do so. Cunningham clocked the second-fastest time in NCAA history (13.00) at the NCAA Outdoor Championships en route to a national title. Cunningham was also named the USTFCCCA Southern Region Athlete of the Year on Thursday.
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