Outdoor Season Debut Produced Two Facility Records, One School Record
AT OLE MISS (2012-13):
OUTDOOR: Did not compete and was redshirted ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
INDOOR: Competed in three meets for the Rebels in the pole vault ... posted a season-best clearance of 14-8 at the ASU Invitational.
OUTDOOR: Competed in the pole vault at three meets ... cleared a season-best height of 15-5 to place eighth at the Ole Miss Invitational ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
INDOOR: Competed in the pole vault at five meets ... participated in the SEC Championships, but did not place ... cleared a season-best height of 15-7.25 at the Tyson Invitational ... placed sixth at the Rod McCravy Memorial (15-5.75).
BEFORE OLE MISS: Lettered in track and field at Clinton High School in Clinton, Miss., under the direction of coach Jim Harrison ... won three consecutive state titles in the pole vault and set a Mississippi state meet record three years in a row (2008-10) ... achieved a personal best of 16-0 in the pole vault to rank second in Mississippi high school history behind current Ole Miss teammate Sam Kendricks ... National Honor Society and student council member.
PERSONAL: Born July 11, 1992 ... son of Tony and Sharon Greer ... served in the military after graduating high school, spending time in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Qatar, Portugal, Germany and Spain ... twin brother of Michael Greer, who was formerly a member of the Ole Miss track and field team.
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