Jason Robbs
Jason Robbs

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Lecompton, Kan.

High School:
Shawnee Heights

Last College:
Neosho County Community College

Event:
Throws

Birthdate:
07/07/1988

2008-09: (Indoor): Won the weight throw at the Rod McCravy Memorial meet with a distance of 57-6.25 ... finished 12th with a season-best performance in the weight throw, launching a distance of 58-8.75 ... threw 48-11.5 in the shot put at the Iowa State Classic ... finished in 12th at the Valley Championships in the shot put. (Outdoor): Finished fourth in the discus and fifth in the hammer throw at the Valley Outdoor Championships, with a season-best toss in the discus of 156-8 ... threw a season-best in the hammer throw at the Pacesetter Invitational with distance of 185-3 for a third-place finish ... earned a second-place finish in the hammer throw at the EIU Big Blue Classic.

At Shawnee Heights HS: Earned a fifth place finish at the Kansas State high school track and field championships in the shot put ... was the 2005 Class 5A regional shot put champion, winning the event with a toss of 48-11 ... Centennial League champion in the shot put ... was also a member of the football and yell leading team.

At Neosho Country CC: A six-time National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-American ... 2008 indoor NJCAA weight throw champion, launching a distance of 60-03.25 ... 2008 outdoor hammer throw national champion (180-02) ... two-time indoor All-American in the shot put (2007 and 2008) and a 2007 All-American in the outdoor shot put ... named the 2008 American National Champion in the discus, as he finished first among all American throwers tossing a distance of 148-05 ... named the 2007 and 2008 Athlete of the Year at the Jayhawk Conference Track and Field Championships ... holds the Neosho County school record in the shot put, hammer and the weight throw ... Holds the Region 6 and Conference record in the hammer throw.

Personal: Born 7/7/1988 ... son of Jesse and Deborah Robbs ... has four siblings, Darice, Jeremy, Dana-Mae and Jaron ... his sister Dana-Mae played basketball for Missouri Southern ... majoring in elementary education.