Stanford Routt
Stanford  Routt


Pflugerville, Texas

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Sports Administration

Indoor: Finished second at the Houston Indoor Invitational in the shot put with a team-best throw of 57-10.25....runner-up in the shot put at the Conference USA Championships. Outdoor: Second-place finisher in the shot put at the C-USA Championships with a throw of 56-6.50...finished seventh at the Midwest Regional Championships in the shot put...had a first-place finish at the LSU Relays in the shot-put with a team-best throw of 57-8.50...also finished first at the TSU Relays...posted a fifth place finish in the discus at the C-USA Championships with a throw of 150-10.

Indoor: NCAA qualifier in the 60 and 200 meters....had season-best times of 6.70 in the 60 meter dash and 20.97 seconds in the 200 meters at the Hilton Memorial...had a fourth-place finish in the 200 meters and a seventh-place finish in the 60 meters at the Conference USA Championships. Outdoor: Earned All-American honors with a third-place finish in the 200 meters at the NCAA Championships...posted a season-best time of 20.51 seconds in the semifinals at the NCAA meet...was the 200-meter champion at the NCAA Midwest Regional...was the runner-up at the Conference USA meet...was named the Conference USA Athlete-of-the-Week after a second-place finish in the 200 meters at the Texas Invitational...helped Houston's 4x100-meter relay win a Conference USA championship and qualify for the NCAA's with a second-place finish at the NCAA Midwest Regional...Houston posted a season-best time of 39.28 seconds when the Cougars finished in second place at the Texas Relays.

Indoor: Finished fourth in the 200 meters with a career-best time of 21.73 seconds...helped Houston's 4x400-meter relay team finished in seventh place at the C-USA Indoor Championships. Outdoor: Finished in seventh place in the 200 meters at the C-USA Outdoor meet...had a career-best legal time of 21.05 seconds at the Texas Invitational...ran the second leg onHouston's 4x100-meter relay team that was the runner-up at the C-USA Outdoor Championships.

High School
Earned All-American honors in track with the nation's ninth-best time...was a state qualifier in the 200 meters and on Connally's 4x400-meter relay team...earned First-Team, All-District performer in football.

Born July 23, 1983, in Austin, Texas...Played 20 games and made three starts as a defensive back on Houston's football team during the last two seasons...has 48 tackles and one interception during his career.

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