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Terrell McClain
Terrell McClain
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Youngstown, Ohio
High School: Youngstown East
Position: Jumps

2015-16: Outdoor:  Garnered second-team All-America accolades in the long jump at the NCAA Outdoor Championships (June 10) with a mark of 24-6.50 (7.48m)...earned second-team All-Mid-American Conference honors after placing second in the long jump at the MAC Championships (May 13) with a jump of 25-3.50 (7.71m)...recorded the third-best mark (26-1/7.95m) en route to winning the long jump at the Northeast Ohio Quad (April 9)...had eight top-10 performances in the long jump, including surpassing 25-6.25 (7.78m) to win the Texas Relays (April 1)...placed 10th at the NCAA East Preliminary Round (May 26) with a leap of 24-7.75 (7.51m)...twice named as MAC Field Athlete of the Week (April 19 and May 3)...Indoor: Registered seven top-five performances in the long jump, including winning four competitions...turned in the fifth-best jump (25-0/7.62m) in program history en route to winning the long jump at the Zips Invitational (Feb. 19)...won the long jump at the Penn State National (Jan 29) jumping 24-11 (7.59m)...placed fourth at the Mid-American Conference Championships (Feb. 26) with a leap of 24-6.25 (7.47m).

2014-15: Indoor: Finished third at the Mid-American Conference Championship (Feb. 27) in the long jump with a leap of 23-11.75…turned in top-five finishes in each of his six long jump competitions, including placing first at the Akron Invitational (Feb. 7) with a season-long jump of 24-8.25, a mark that also represented the fifth-best jump in program history...Outdoor: An NCAA East Preliminary Round qualifier in the long jump placing 14th with a leap of 24-6.50...garnered runner-up accolades at the MAC Championship (May 15) finishing second in the long jump with a career-long jump of 25-0.50, a mark that is the fifth-best in program history...registered four top-10 performances, including leaping 24-5 to win at the Campbell/Wright Invitational (May 9)...placed ninth at the Raleigh Relays (March 27) and Longhorn Invitational (May 9) with jumps of 20-6.50 and 23-10.25...turned in 11th-place effort at Mt. Sac Relays (April 17) leaping 24-1.