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Player Bio: Martin Boston :: Track  

  Martin Boston
Martin Boston
Player Profile
Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Hayward, California

High School:
James Logan High School

Height:
5-10

Event:
Jumps

Birthdate:
04/18/1984

WSU CAREER. FRESHMAN (2002-03): Indoor - Leaped to 7.31m/23-11 3/4 at McDonald’s II (2/15/03, Moscow)…at MPSF Championships, placed fourth in long jump with 7.17m/23-6 1/4 leap (2/22/03, Nampa)…Outdoor - Best long jump distance of 7.43m/24-4 1/2 came at USATF Junior Championships (6/21/03, Stanford) where he placed second…went on to Pan American Junior Championships, at Bridgetown, Barbados, in July, but did not place after three fouled attempts.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER. Attended Mt. Eden High and then competed and graduated from James Logan High…earned four letters in track and three in basketball…Logan High track coach Lee Webb and basketball coach Blake Chong…high school PRs were 48-0 in triple jump, 6-4 in high jump, and 23-6 1/2 in the long jump…senior year performances hampered by ankle injury…placed seventh in triple jump and ninth in long jump at Junior Olympics…qualified for state meet as a junior but injury prevented competing…as senior won long and triple jumps at initial Adidas Midwest Classic Indoor Meet…took long, triple and high jumps at K-Bell Invitational…also won long jump at Stanford Invite…at USATF Elite Junior Camp clocked in at 40.2 in 300m hurdles, 49.9 in 400m…also participated in the USATF Elite Men’s Developmental Camp under coach Dick Booth.

PERSONAL. Martin Luther Boston was born 4/18/84 in the Phillipines…mother Candace Davis works in personnel…father Paul Davis is a software engineer…twin brother Malcolm…sister Aneka Davis (3/14/88)…uncle Ralph Boston medalled in three consecutive Olympic long jumps - gold (1960), silver (1964), bronze (1968)…played point guard on the Sacramento Renegades AAU basketball team…member of high school forensics team that won state championship…interested in pursuing a career in business management and entrepreneurship.

BOSTON’S WSU BESTS
60m - 6.97i (2003)
100m - 10.64 (2003)
200m - 22/26i (2003)
Long Jump - 7.43m / 24-4 1/2 (2003)
Triple Jump - 14.19m / 46-6 3/4 (2003)

PAC-10 CHAMPIONSHIP PERFORMANCES 2003 Long Jump 10th 7.05m / 23-1 3/4

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