Rebels Claim Five Victories, Four Facility Records, Two School Records in Nashville
AT OLE MISS (2013-14):
OUTDOOR: Placed 12th in the hammer throw at the SEC Championships with a personal-best heave of 191-3 that ranks him fourth in school history ... placed 16th in the discus at SECs with a throw of 167-6 ... posted a personal-best discus throw of 170-3 to place sixth at the Red Wolves Open and rank him fifth in school history ... also eclipsed 185 feet in the hammer throw at the Red Wolves Open (189-9), LSU Invitational (188-8) and War Eagle Invitational (185-6) ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
INDOOR: Did not compete and was redshirted.
OUTDOOR: Did not compete during the outdoor season and was redshirted ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
INDOOR: Participated in the weight throw and shot put throughout the season, including a 20th-place effort in the weight throw at the SEC Championships with a season-best 55-11 that ranked him sixth in school history ... placed third in the shot put and weight throw at the Don Kirby Open, including a season-best shot put of 50-9.5 that ranked him sixth in school history ... placed seventh in the weight throw at the Don Kirby Elite (55-8.25) ... placed third in the shot put at the UAB Blazer Invitational (49-3).
BEFORE OLE MISS: Indoor All-American in the weight throw ... lettered in track under coaches Ryan Palmer and Nick Discillo at Westerly High School ... competed in the hammer throw and discus at the 2012 New Balance Outdoor Nationals and in the weight throw and shot put at the 2012 New Balance Indoor Nationals ... garnered All-American honors by finishing sixth in the indoor weight throw ... achieved school records in the shot put with a throw of 58-1, hammer with a throw of 211-2 and the weight throw with a distance of 68-4 ... Rhode Island State Champion in the shot put (57-3), runner-up in the discus (personal-best 176-9) and third in the hammer (205-10) in 2012 ... named first team All-State in the shot put as a senior by the Providence Journal ... runner-up in the shot at the 2012 New England Indoor Championships ... also played football and basketball for the Bulldogs.
PERSONAL: Born on July 25, 1994 ... son of Kimberly Conway and Paul Hublard.
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