Sixteen student-athletes from UT Arlington earned WAC All-Academic honors.
Hampton, Nilsson finish third and fourth in 1500 meters
UTA senior finished as runner up last season
UTA will send nearly half of its squad to prestigious event
Martin sets league record in heptathlon victory
Finished fourth in the heptathlon with a personal-record 4,907 points at the WAC Championships.
Gave the Mavericks a 1-3-4 finish in the multi-event at the league meet.
Took seventh in the heptathlon at the Varsity Apartments Invitational.
Placed sixth in the heptathlon at the Southland Conference Championships.
Scored 4,639 points in his only competition of the indoor season.
Finished fifth among heptathlon competitors in both the pole vault (4.20m) and the long jump (6.34m).
Competed in the SLC Championships in the heptathlon.
Came in first in the 1000m among the multi-event competitors at the league meet with a time of 2:42.23.
Placed second in the 1000m with a time of 2:43.51 at the Varsity Apartments Shocker Quad.
Scored for the Mavericks at the league meet with a seventh-place finish in the decathlon at the WAC Championships.
Had a personal-best total of 6,126 points at the WAC Championships.
Placed 19th in the decathlon at the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays (5,884 points).
Totaled 5,957 points to place 12th at the Mt. SAC Multi-Event.
Scored 5,715 points in the decathlon at the SLC Outdoor Championships to place ninth.
Had his best decathlon showing in the shot put, placing fourth with a toss of 10.94m.
Also competed in the decathlon (5,474 points) at the SHSU Combined Events Meet.
Placed eighth in the decathlon at the Shirley Crowe Multi Events with a score of 5,777, which included a first-place showing in the 1500m with a time of 4:37.57.
Also competed in the decathlon at the SLC Outdoor Championships, winning the 1500m with a time of 4:47.27.
Named "Most Talented" on cross country team as a senior and was tabbed the school's top track runner in 2010.
Ran a personal-best 1:56.65 to finish fourth at the District 6-5A Meet.
Other personal bests include 16:48 in the 5,000m.
Born Aug. 20, 1991, in Dallas, Texas.
Is the son of Gregg and Susan Frnka.
Part of the Junior Engineering and Technical Society as well as the National Technical Honor Society.
Majoring in Engineering.
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