Micah Grant
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Los Angeles, Calif.

High School:
Washington HS '05

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 170

Position:
Sprints

Major:
Communication

2008: Placed 8th in 400 (48.38), 11th in 200 (season-best 21.88) at Big West Conference meet... Also led off 7th-place 4x400 relay (3:17.78) at conference... Fastest quarter was winning 48.30 at Aggie Twilight, good for No. 8 on school's outdoor list... Had team season-best marks in all three sprints, including 10.86 in 100 at Cal-Nevada state meet... Also boasted team's top 60 and 200 times indoors, respectively hitting 7.00 and 22.39 at Washington Invite... The 200 mark moves him into 4th on Aggie indoor history.

2007: DIV. I INDEPENDENT MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR... Captured individual titles in 100 (10.57) and 200 (21.62) at independent meet... Finals time in 100 ranks 3rd in school history, fastest in almost 20 years... Set school 200 record of 21.14 to win Fresno State dual, eclipsing Walter Cranford's previous record of 21.30, set in 1987... Also ran indoors, posting season-best 60 mark of 6.97 at Washington, 2nd in school history.

2006: Finished 3rd in 100 (season-best 10.76) and anchored 2nd-place 4x100 relay (41.28) at Div. I Independent Championships... Relay time ranks 2nd in school history... Also won prelim heat in 200 at 21.46, 3rd in school history and fastest since 1987... Competed in 400 once, posting team season-best 48.66 to win Causeway Dual... Ran a 10.68 100 in Bulldog Dual, but slight tailwind (w: +2.2) keeps it off school's top 10 list.

WASHINGTON HS '05: Four-year team MVP in track... Won back-to-back Marine League titles in both 100 and 200... Placed 3rd at Los Angeles City Championships in 100 (10.92), then advanced to state meet... Competed at L.A. Watts Summer Games from 2003-2005... Earned school's Alumni Award as student-athlete with highest grade-point average (4.3).

PERSONAL: Born in Los Angeles, Calif.... Majoring in communication... Parents are Hervin & Sharon Grant... Older brother, Terrell, also attends UC Davis... Would title his autobiography "South Central Los Angeles: Hood Dreams".