UT Arlington senior standout Clayton Vaughn owns the NCAA's top 60m time.
AT UT ARLINGTON Indoor Highlights: 2014
Had the nation's fastest time all season in the 60 meters, a 6.55 at the Frank Sevigne Invitational.
His 6.55 smashed his own school record by .06 and was the 22nd fastest time in the world during all of 2014.
Qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships but was unable to compete due to injury.
Was the conference champion in the 60m after running a 6.66 at the Sun Belt Championships.
Placed third in the league in the 200 meters (21.32).
Won the 60 meters in all four meets on the year.
Was the Sun Belt Conference Track Athlete of the Week three times.
Claimed second-team All-America accolades after placing ninth in the 60m at the NCAA Indoor Championships.
Ran a time of 6.66 at the national meet to miss a spot in the finals by .01.
Posted an impressive double, winning both the 60m and 200m at the Western Athletic Conference Championships.
Matched his season-best 60m time in the finals of the WAC meet (6.63).
Smashed his personal best and recorded the second-fastest 200m time in school history at the league meet (20.86).
Placed third in the 60 meters at the Tyson Invitational with a clocking of 6.63.
Named WAC Track Athlete of the Week on Jan. 16.
Earned first-team All-America accolades in the 60 meters.
Placed fifth in the NCAA Championships in the 60m with a time of 6.61 seconds.
Ran a time of 6.66 at the Alex Wilson Invitational to place first in the event and qualify for the NCAA meet.
Was the conference champion in the 60 meters with a time of 6.68 seconds.
Won the Oklahoma Invitational 60-meter dash in 6.73.
Finished third in the 60m with a time of 6.82 and finished fifth in the 200m with a time of 22.02 at the SLC Indoor Championships.
Placed second in the 60m with a time of 6.80 at the Oklahoma Sooner Open I.
Came in first place in the 200m at the Oklahoma Sooner Open I with a time of 22.21.
Placed third in the 55m preliminaries at the Varsity Apartments Shocker Quad with a time of 6.37.
Came in fourth in 60m with a time of 6.76 at the Iowa State Classic.
Outdoor Highlights: 2014
Was a first-team All-American in both the 100m and 200m and a second-team All-American in the 4x100m.
Became the first Maverick to take home three All-America honors of any kind in one season and the the first to take home multiple All-America awards in individual events in the same season.
Was one of just three athletes to advance to the NCAA Championships final in the 100m (5th, 10.12) and 200m (8th, 20.87).
Anchored the 4x100 relay team that placed 15th at the NCAA meet with a clocking of 39.60.
Was a member of the 4x100 team that set a school record at the NCAA West Preliminary Round (39.55).
Broke the school's 100m record with a winning time of 10.07 at the Texas Invitational.
Won the Sun Belt Conference championship in the 100 meters with a time of 10.11 in the finals.
Was the runner up in the 200m at the league meet with a clocking of 20.47, the fourth-fastest time in school history.
Posted the second-fastest 100m time in school history (10.13) in a first-place finish at the TCU Invitational.
Suffered a season-ending injury in the 4x100 relay at the Bobby Lane Invitational, the second meet of the year.
Reached the finals of the 100 meters at the NCAA West Preliminaries, where he posted a time of 10.51.
Had a season-best clocking of 10.33 in the prelims of the 100 meters at the Texas Relays.
Did not finish the 100m finals at the Texas Relays due to injury and missed much of the remainder of the season.
Competed in the 100m and 200m at the Southland Conference Championships, but did not reach the finals.
Competed in the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 100m preliminaries with a season-best time of 10.36.
Placed fifth in the NCAA West Prelims in the 100m (10.43).
Finished in fourth in the 100 meters with a time of 10.45 at the SLC Outdoor Championships.
Placed fourth in the 100m (10.43) at the North Texas Spring Classic.
Participated in the 100m at the Texas Relays with a time of 10.41.
Qualified for the state meet in the 200m as a senior.
Also qualified for the state meet in the 4x100 in 2008, 2009 and 2010.
Personal records included 21.34 in the 200m and 10.44 in the 100m.
Born May 15, 1992, in Sulphur Springs, Texas.
Is the son of Chris Vaughn and Melanie Pride.
Father played football at Tulsa.
Majoring in business.