|High Jump||1.87m (6-1.5)||3.1.14|
|Long Jump||7.31m (23-11.75)||3.1.14|
|Triple Jump||14.05m (46-1.25)||2.15.14|
|Long Jump||7.48m (24-6.5)||3.1.14|
2015-16 (Junior)Indoor: Competed in six meets over the course of the 2015-16 indoor slate...Finished sixth in the long jump with a season-beset leap of 6.98m at the American Indoor Championships...Ran the 60m Hurdles in a personal best 8.49 to finish sixth at the Leonard Hilton Memorial Invitational...Ran 8.66 to open his season with a fifth place finish at the Texas A&M Reveille Invitational in the 60m hurdles
Outdoor: Ran a personal best 11.09 in the 100m dash at the Rice Victor Lopez Classic...Opened the season with a fourth place finish in the long jump, jumping 6.93m at the UTSA Invitational.
Indoor: Competed in two meets for Houston this season...Finished third in the long jump at the Leonard Hilton Memorial Invitational with a leap of 6.92m (22-8.5)...Had a season long jump of 6.95m (22-9.75) at the Houston Indoor Opener meet on Jan. 9.
Indoor: Competed in six meets for the Cougars... Leaped a collegiate best 7.31m (23'-11.75") in the long jump during the inaugural American Athletic Conference Indoor Championships to place fifth overall... Also competed in the high jump for the first time as a Cougar during the conference championships.
Outdoor: Qualified for the NCAA Regional meet in the long jump... Competed in seven meets for the Cougars, never finishing below 11th... Leaped a personal best of 7.48m (24'-6.5") to take second place at the J. Fred Duckett Twilight meet hosted by Rice... Took a spot on the podium after a second place finish in the long jump at the inaugural American Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships... Named to the All-American Athletic Conference Team.
Particiated as an athlete for Track & Field and Football... Received three All-State First Team nominations... Named All-New Jersey three years... Finished as the State Long Jump Champion.
Full name is Antwan Dickerson, but goes by "Twan"... Born in Pennsauken, New Jersey on February 2, 1994.