Phillip Young Leads Day with Bronze Medal in Long Jump
AT OLE MISS (2014):
CROSS COUNTRY: Helped lead the Ole Miss team to its first NCAA Championships berth in school history ... finished third on the team and 203rd overall at the NCAA Championships (10K time of 32:37.6) ... placed 68th at the NCAA South Region Championship (10K time of 32:00.8) and helped Ole Miss to its first region team title in program history ... finished 50th at the SEC Championship (8K time of 25:47.09) ... helped Ole Miss to an SEC runner-up finish for just the second time in cross country program history ... placed 177th of 310 runners at the Pre-National Invitational (8K time of 25:59.5) to help the Rebels to an impressive eighth-place showing ... placed 27th at the Greater Louisville Classic (8K time of 24:42.0) to help the team to a runner-up finish.
OUTDOOR: Did not compete ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
INDOOR: Placed ninth in the mile at the SEC Championships with a time of 4:11.35 after running a 4:09.75 in the prelims ... ran an altitude-converted 4:01.37 to place third at the Don Kirby Elite and move up to third in the school record books ... was phenomenal at the Armory Collegiate Invitational, running 8:12.19 in the 3,000 meters (ranks him fifth-best in school history) and anchoring the distance medley relay that clocked 9:40.17 for the second-best time in school history at the time ... began his Ole Miss career by running a 4:02.80 mile to place second at the Vanderbilt Invitational.
BEFORE OLE MISS: Graduated from Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia ... competed for Queensland Athletics ... represented Australia at the 2007 World Youth Olympics ... achieved personal bests of 1:50.29 in the 800 meters, 3:45.15 in the 1,500, 8:14.87 in the 3K and 14:18 in the 5K.
PERSONAL: Son of Gary and Jenny Bulmer ... pursuing a master's degree in exercise science ... has competed at the Australian touch football championships.
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