2018 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2016-17 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
Indoors: Ran the 60mH at the Columbia Challenge, qualifying third in the prelims and finishing sixth in the final with a mark of 8.21… was also part of the 4x400m and shuttle hurdle relay squads.
Outdoors: Ran the 110mH at four meets… had his top finish at the USC Open, where he took 12th… finished 15th at the SEC Championships with a new PR, 14.81… led the shuttle hurdle relay to a fourth-place finish at the Florida Relays.
Indoors: Competed primarily in the 60mH as a rookie… finished third at the Clemson Invitational, with a time of 8.37… ran 8.28 in an eighth-place finish at the Vanderbilt Invitational… logged a season-best 8.20 in the semifinals of the Armory Invitational… finished 15th at the SEC Championships… also ran the 200m and 300m.
Outdoors: Took part in four meets, running the 110mH and 400mH… ran a season-best 14.91 in the 110mH at the Gamecock Invitational… finished fifth at the Spec Towns Invitational in the 400mH, with a time of 56.59.
Was the Kentucky 3A State Champion in the 110mH in 2016… Set the Ryle High School program records in the 110mH, 60mH, 300mH, shuttle hurdle relay and 4x200m relay… Finished 21st outdoor and 25th indoor at New Balance Nationals… Also participated in the National Honor Society and was the President of the Ryle Financial Services Club… Volunteered over 100 hours as a senior.
Son of John and Debbie Froschauer… Has two brothers, Chris and Eric… Chris was an All-Big Ten goalkeeper at Ohio State who was signed by the Colorado Rapids of MLS… Eric played soccer at Transylvania University… Father, John, played basketball at the University of Chicago… Chose South Carolina over Louisville, Ohio State and Kentucky because he loved the campus and people when visiting.