Mike Ohiembor
Mike Ohiembor
Year: Sr. (R)
Hometown: Dayton, Ohio
High School: Dunbar
Position: Jumps

6x All-MAC: First Team (4x400 relay, Indoor 2015), Second Team (Triple Jump, Outdoor 2016, Indoor 2016, Outdoor 2015; 4x400, 2014 Indoor; Triple Jump, 2014 Outdoor)

2015-16: Outdoor:  Earned second-team all-league honors in the triple jump at the Mid-American Conference Championships (May 14) after registering a jump of 50-2.50 (15.30m)...registered a school-record of 51-4.25 (15.65m) en route to finishing seventh in the triple jump at the Texas Relays (April 1)...won triple jump with mark of 51-1.50 (15.58m) at the Ricardo Romo Invitational (March 26), while placing fourth at the LSU Alumni Invitational (April 23) jumping 50-0.75 (15.26m)...member 4x400 relay squad which set a school record at the NCAA East Preliminary Round (May 28) with a time of 3:06.80...Indoor: Garnered second-team All-Mid-American Conference accolades placing second in the triple jump at the MAC Championships (Feb. 27) with a mark of 51-0.25 (15.55m)...posted five top-three performances in the triple jump...set school record leaping 52-5.25 (15.98m) en route to placing second at the Kent State Dual (Jan. 22)...jumped 51-5.75 (15.69m) to finish second in triple jump at Akron Invitational (Feb. 5)...member of 4x400 relay squads at the Penn State National (Jan. 30) and Zips Invitational (Feb. 19).

2014-15: Indoor: Member of winning 4x400 relay team that helped the Zips capture the overall championship at the Mid-American Conference Championship (Feb. 28) crossing the line first in 3:17.44…won the 400 meters in 48.41 at the Akron Invitational (Feb. 7)…garnered four top-three performances in the triple jump, including finishing third at the MAC Championship (Feb. 28) with a mark of 49-6.50…posted a season-best jump of 50-2.75 in winning the triple jump at the Akron Pole Vault Convention (Jan. 16), a mark that also represents the third-longest jump in program history...Outdoor: An NCAA East Preliminary Round qualifier in the triple jump placing 29th with a leap of 49-6...registered a school-record jump of 50-8.75 to finish second in the triple jump at the MAC Championship (May 16)...placed 10th in 400 meters (48.23) at MAC Championship (May 15)...garnered four top-three efforts in the long jump, including finishing second at Cal State LA Twilight (April 16), Longhorn Invitational (May 2) and MAC Championship surpassing 47-10, 47-8 and 50-8.75...member of winning 4x400 relay squads at Northeast Ohio Quad (April 2), Longhorn Invitational (May 2) and Campbell/Wright Invitational (May 9) in times of 3:18.03, 3:07.60 and 3:18.02...finished 10th in 400 meters at Longhorn Invitational (May 2) in season-best time of 47.97.

2013-14: Indoor: scored in three events at the MAC Championships (March 1) ... was a member of the school record-setting 4x400 relay team that finished runner-up with a collective time of 3:11.30 ... also placed fourth in the triple jump (48-05.25) and fifth in the 400m (47.90) ... won the 400m at the Akron Invitational (Feb. 8) with a season-low time of 47.82, which was third fastest on the Zips' all-time top five list ... recorded a mark of 49-05.75 in the triple jump in a runner-up finish at the Akron Opener (Jan. 10) ... Outdoor: NCAA preliminary qualifer in the triple jump ... finished 36th at the prelim (May 30) with a jump of 48-02.50 ... earned All-MAC Second Team honors in the triple jump after finishing runner-up with a personal-record mark of 49-11.75 ... the jump smashed his previous best by nearly two feet ... also scored in the 400m, placing eighth with a time of 48.13 ... took fifth place in the triple jump at the Longhorn Invitational (May 3), leaping 48-02.50.

at Dunbar HS
: Eight-time state champion and All-American in the 4x400 and shuttle hurdles ... indoor state meet record holder and champion in the 400-meters (48.01) and state record holder in the triple jump (48-01.00) ... three-time all-state honoree in the 4x400 ... all-state honoree in the long jump (23-01.00), 4x200 and 400m.

Personal: Parents are Brodrick and Caroline Ohiembor ... intends to major in business.