UMES baseball places 10; Hawks bowling places seven
UMES Women Finish Fifth, Men Finish in Top 10 of Conference Championship
Brown Returns for Hawks with Fifth Place Finish, Gallas Takes 11th in Hornet Invite
Gallas Posts a 27th Place Finish for Hawks
Women's Cross Country Finishes in Top Five of Cappy Anderson
See Megan Raymon's shot of the Men's Cross Country team at the Cappy Anderson Invitational.
2012 Cross Country Season: Finished Ninth in the Lid Lifter with a time of 20:21 and finished 14th in the Del. St. Invite with a time of 32:00:99.
2011 Indoor Season: Season-bests: 200m - 23.91 (UMES Collegiate Invitational); 400m - 52.95 (NYU Metropolitan Coaches Invitational) ... Also competed at the Giegengack Invitational, UMES Coach O Invitational and Navy Invitational.
2010 Cross Country Season: Competed in all seven of UMES' meets ... Ran a season-best 8k time of 30:50.90 at the MEAC Championships, hosted by UMES ... Posted a season-best 5k time of 20.14.51 at the Delaware State Invitational.
High School: Participated in basketball and track and field.
Personal: Born October 30, 1992 in Washington, D.C. ... Son of Gloria Jarmon and Wesley Jarmon II ... Has one brother, Wesley Jarmon III ... Major is Exercise Science ... Earned Honor Roll honors in high school at least once every year ... Personal best sports moment was anchoring his high school's 4x4 team in the 2010 Penn Relays and having the fastest split in front of thousands of people ... Personal best non-athletic accomplishment was traveling to Virginia for a week and fixing the houses of those in need ... After graduation he wants to run in the Olympics and become a physical assistant ... Enjoys watching basketball and playing Xbox 360 ... Favorite book is The Bible ... Favorite movies are Rush Hour 1-3 ... Personal goal for the season is to run 21.0 in the 200 and 47.0 in the 400 ... Personal goal before graduation is to run under 20 in the 200 and under 45 in the 400 in addition to winning an NCAA Championship ... Earned a 2nd degree black belt ... Was a Senate Page in the White House.