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  Donyelle Brown

Donyelle  Brown

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Reynoldsburg, Ohio

High School:
Reynoldsburg

Position:
Throws

02/26/2015

Ohio Track & Field Heads to Mount Pleasant for MAC Championships

Twelve Bobcats qualify for the event.

01/08/2015

Ohio Track & Field Set for Buckeye Classic

Bobcats resume indoor season in Columbus, Ohio on Friday (Jan. 9).

05/29/2014

Accurso, Brown Wrap Up Day One At NCAA Regionals

Accurso placed 32nd in the 10000m run (35:56.11), while Brown was 38th in the hammer throw (53.59m)

05/28/2014

Accurso, Brown Make Final Preparations For NCAA Regionals

Brown (hammer throw, noon) and Accurso (10000m, 9:40 p.m.) begin NCAA competition on Thursday.

05/22/2014

Accurso, Brown Qualify For NCAA East Regional

Accurso (5000m, 10000m) and Brown (hammer throw) will head to Jacksonville, Fla., for the regional May 29-31

2012: INDOOR: Competed in the weight throw and shot put for Ohio. She opened her career at Ohio with a second place finish in the shot put at The Ohio State Invitational, recording a throw of 42-5.75 feet. Went on to throw a personal record in the weight throw of 53-1.75 feet at The Ohio State Tune-Up, placing 6th. At the Mid-American Conference Championship, Brown earned 11th place in the weight throw with a distance of 52-6.25 feet, following that performance up with a 40-11.75 feet throw in the shot put, good for 15th place. OUTDOOR: Competed in the shot put, hammer throw and discus for Ohio. She went 42-3.25 feet in the shot put at HPU VertKlasse Meeting, placing first. Placed first in the hammer throw at the Ohio Women's Challenge with a throw of 158-2 feet. Went on to record a fifth place finish in the shot put at the Hillsdale Gina Relays with a throw of 42-10.25 feet. Highlighted her season at the Mid-American Conference Championship, where she threw the hammer for a personal record distance of 163-11.75 feet, earning ninth place for Ohio. She also placed 10th and 13th in the shot put and discus, respectively, at the championship event.