Outstanding student-athlete who has recorded 4.0 grade point average overall several semesters as a collegiate…Provides the Aggies with depth as a distance runner and pole vault performer…Has been a scholar athlete since arriving at A&T in 2011…Earned a full provisional scholarship for the School of Business…He is a three-time A&T scholar athlete and two-time All-MEAC Academic team member…His personal-best include: 2:04.02 in the 800, 2:46.01 in the 1000 meters, 4:31.08 in the 1500 and 13-feet, 11 ¼ inches in the pole vault.
2013-14 Indoor Season: Competed in seven indoor meets… Placed third in the pole vault at the High Point Panthers Team Challenge in a jump of 13-feet, 6 ½ inches… Placed fourth in the pole vault at a personal best jump of 13-feet, 11 ¼ inches at the 2014 MEAC Indoor Championships.
2014 Outdoor Season: Competed in seven outdoor meets… Finished in fifth place at the High Point VertKlasse Meeting in with a pole vault of 13-feet, 8 ¼ inches… Placed sixth in 13-feet, 5 ¼ inches in the pole vault at the 2014 Aggie Invitational.
2012-13 Indoor Season: Competed in three indoor meets…His best time in the 800 meters was a 2:09.36 ran at the Tiger Invitational at Clemson where he finished 13th.
2013 Outdoor Season: Competed in seven outdoor meets…Ran a 2:13.14 to finish sixth at the 41st Robert “Jet” Johnson Bulldog Relay…Placed ninth at the N.C. A&T Invitational with a time of 4:37.04.
High School: Attended Oxon Hill High School under coaches Walter Cross, Rick Williams and Darrell Quick…In Prince George’s County, he was one of the best cross country runners during his career…His Oxon Hill team won the indoor track and field county and regional championships in 2011…Oxon Hill also won the 2011 outdoor county and regional championships…Graduated from the Science and Technology Program…Also played basketball and soccer.
Personal: Full name is Omozokpia Robert Olumese…He is the son of Patrick and Justina Olumese…He was born on Sept. 17, 1993…His major is accounting…Chose accounting because it isn’t too hard and he took two accounting classes in high school…Plus math is his favorite subject…His other interest include being a Christian, going to school, playing video games and purchasing clothes.