Cameron  Brown

Cameron Brown

Brentwood, Tenn.

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Year (XC/In./Out.):

Personal Records

  • Indoor Track
  • Weight Throw: 77-2.75/23.54 (2016)
  • Shot Put: 49-1.5/14.97m (2016)
  • Outdoor Track
  • Hammer Throw: 223-9/68.19m (2017)
  • Shot Put: 46-5.5/14.16m (2016)
  • Discus: 107-10/32.87m (2016)

SEC Scoring

  • Indoor
  • 2013 - Weight Throw - 5th - 19.62m
  • 2014 - Weight Throw - 3rd - 20.62m
  • 2015 - Weight Throw - 1st - 22.60m
  • 2016 - Weight Throw - 1st - 22.28m
  • Outdoor
  • 2013 - Hammer - 14th - 52.07m
  • 2014 - Hammer - 11th - 58.38m
  • 2016 - Hammer - 8th - 65.17m
  • 2017 - Hammer - 14th - 61.60m

NCAA Scoring

  • Indoor
  • 2014 - Weight Throw - 12th - 20.36m
  • 2015 - Weight Throw - Fault
  • 2016 - Weight Throw - 3rd - 23.54m

  • Named USTFCCCA First Team All-American in the men's weight throw during 2016 indoor season
  • Named honorable mention All-American in the men's weight throw during 2015 indoor season
  • Set the new Tennessee record in the men's throw on Feb. 6, 2015 with a mark of 23.38 meters (76-8.50)
  • Won SEC gold in the men's weight throw at the 2015 Championships (74-1.75/22.60)
  • Scored at the 2013 Indoor SEC Championships, placing fifth in the weight throw
  • Holds the freshman record (64-4.5) for the indoor weight throw

  • Set the Tennessee school record in the hammer throw at the SEC Relays as he posted a mark of 68.19m (223-9) to break a 21-year old record held by Wes Boudreau
  • Posted a third place finish in the hammer throw at the USC Open with a toss of 65.66m
  • Took second place in the hammer at the Tennessee Relays with a throw of 66.09m
  • Set a personal best in the hammer throw at the Florida Relays with a throw of 66.47m (218-1) as he moved into second place on the school's all-time list
  • Took second place in the hammer at the Tennessee Rust Buster with a mark of 64.14m (210-5)

  • Named 2016 All-American in the men's weight throw
  • Capped off the season with a school record throw and third place finish in the weight throw at the NCAA Championships on March 11, throwing 23.54 meters (77-2.75)
  • Won at the SEC Indoor Championships in the men's weight throw with a 22.28 meter (73-1.75) throw on Feb. 27 at the 2016 SEC Indoor Championships
  • Posted back to back first place finishes at the VT "Doc Hale" Elite Meet on Feb. 5 with a throw of 21.95 meters (72-0.25), and at the Tyson Invitational on Feb. 12 with a 22.86 meter throw (75-0.00)
  • Finished runner-up at the Conference Clash on Jan. 22 with a throw of 22.36 meters
  • Placed first at the Commodore Invitational on Jan. 16 with a 21.71 meter throw (71-2.75)
  • Competed in shot put at the Indiana-Tennessee Dual for the first time posting a 14.97 meter throw
  • Set a meet record and placed first at the Indiana-Tennessee Dual on Jan. 9 with a throw of 22.32 meters
  • Opened the season with a win at the Hoosier Open on Dec. 11, posting a throw of 22.23 meters (72-11.25)
  • Finishing 22nd at the NCAA East Prelims with a hammer throw of 63.67 meters
  • Set a PR at the SEC Outdoor Championships on May 12 with a throw of 65.17 meters, finishing eighth
  • Captured his first win of the season in the hammer throw at the Seminole Invitational on April 15, setting a then-PR of 64.78 meters

  • Named 2015 All-America honorable mention in the men's weight throw
  • Became the SEC champion in the weight throw when he placed first in the event at the SEC Championships with a throw of 22.60 meters (74-1.75)
  • Set the new Tennessee indoor record in the weight throw at the Doc Hale VT Elite Meet on Feb. 6 with a lifetime best throw of 23.38 meters (76-8.50)
  • Set a new personal-best in the weight throw in the season-opening Hoosier Open on Dec. 12 with a mark of 21.52 meters (70-7.25)
  • Picked up wins in back-to-back weeks with victories at the Orange & Purple Classic on Jan. 10 (21.26/69-9.00) and the Auburn Invitational on Jan. 17 (21.52/70-7.25)
  • Recorded a new career-best in the hammer throw as an unattached participant at the Tennessee Relays (206-08/63.00)
  • Competed in the Tennessee Challenge unattached, notching another career-best mark in the hammer throw (207-10/63.34)

  • Placed first in weight throw at Hokie Invitational beating his personal best (21.70m)
  • Secured 12th at NCAA Indoor Championships with mark of 20.36m
  • Earned bronze in weight throw at SEC Championships in College Station
  • Set new indoor personal best and surpassed facility record at Southern Miss's Cupid Classic with distance of 21.19m
  • Won weight throw for four consecutive weeks from Jan. 11 - Feb. 8
  • Established lifetime best in hammer throwing 62.05m to earn 18th at NCAA East Regionals
  • Placed 11th at SEC Championships with throw of 58.38m
  • Won hammer Soaka Peace Invitational (4/18/14) with personal best of 61.57m
  • Improved on the personal best in four consecutive meets to open season

  • SEC indoor scorer (mWT, 5th, 64-4.5)
  • At his first collegiate league meet, scored by placing fifth with a new freshman record of 64-4.5
  • Smashed his own freshman record in the weight throw at the Tyson Invitational, where he placed third and finished with a distance of 62-1.25
  • Placed sixth in the Championship division of the weight throw at the Armory Invitational, where he finished with a distance of 60-7.25
  • Placed fifth in the weight throw at the Texas A&M Mondo Challenge with a distance of 57-9.50
  • Led the Vols in the weight throw at the Virginia Tech Invitational, placing second with a toss of 57-7.75
  • Set a new Tennessee freshman record and personal record in the weight throw, finishing first at the Kentucky Invitational with a toss of 61-8.50
  • Earned a personal best at the Samford Open, throwing the hammer 188-0
  • Earned a then-career best at the CSULA Twilight Open, notching a top mark of 185-8
  • Placed 21st in the hammer at the Sea Ray Relays with a toss of 173-6
  • Started his outdoor season with a second-place finish at the MSU Conference Challenge, hitting a then-personal best 180-2

  • Recipient of the Aura D. Branson Athletic Scholarship Endowment


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