2003 -- At the NCAA Championships, earned All-America honors, placing fifth in the long jump (25-10.25) ... Won the long jump at the NCAA West Regional with a jump of 26-2.75 ... Was the Pac-10 long jump champion (26-1) ... His season best 26-2.75 ranked No. 10 in the U.S.
2002 -- At the NCAA Championships, was hampered by a knee injury sustained at the Pac-10 Championships and finished 18th in the long jump (24-3.75) ... Entered the Pac-10 Championships with the top mark in the conference (26-3, No. 6 in the nation), but injured his right knee and was only able to place ninth (23-2.50) and could not compete in the triple jump ... Set a new UCLA sophomore class record in the long jump against USC, jumping a personal best 26-3, No. 5 in school history.
2001 -- As a true freshman, Armon was UCLA's top jumper at the Pac-10 meet, scoring in the long (sixth-place, 23-2) and triple (third-place, 49-8.25, personal-best by almost a foot) jumps ... Season-best 24-3 in the long jump.
High School-- Considered the No. 1 jumper in Northern California...Undefeated in league competition in the long jump and triple jump...2000 league champion in long and triple jumps...Placed sixth at the CA State meet in the long jump (23-3)...Had a 2000 best mark of 23-10 in the long jump, No. 6 in the State...In 1999, finished fifth at the CA State meet in long jump with a seasonal best 23-11w...Prep bests were 23-11w (LJ) and 45-11.50 (TJ) ... Three-sport athlete in high school, also competing in football and basketball.
Personal-- Born May 6, 1982 ... Economics major.
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