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2011 Second Team All-American (4x100m Relay)
2014: Ran the 200-meters and on relays indoors and out, including racing in the MPSF Championships indoors … at the MPSF meet, his first in three seasons, he ran on the 4x400m team that took 11th overall, and was 29th in the 200-meters in 22.73 seconds … also ran on the 4x400m relay at the Husky Classic which clocked 3:15.71 for third–place … outdoors, ran at three meets, with a top 200-meters time of 22.41 seconds at the Oregon Relays, finishing 14th … ran on the 4x100m relay at the Washington Open which clocked 41.94.
2013: Returned from a redshirt season to run a full season indoors, but had an abbreviated outdoor campaign … indoors, ran a best 200-meters time of 22.67 at the UW Invitational … posted a 50.30 in the 400m at the UW Final Qualifier … twice ran a leg of the 4x400m relay, with a best of 3:13.69 at the UW Invitational, taking second.
2012: Had his season cut short after just two indoor meets due to a foot injury ... ran on the victorious 4x400m relay at the Bronco Classic, posting a 3:12.59, but that would be his last race ... redshirted the outdoor season.
2011: Earned All-America Second Team status as the third leg of UW's 4x100-meter relay squad, which finished 16th overall at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in a time of 39.86 seconds ... the relay reached the final site in Des Moines with a ninth-place finish at the NCAA West Prelims in Eugene, running 40.29 in the quarterfinals ... 4x1 relay clocked a season-best time of 39.62 seconds in the Pac-10 Championships to place third overall ... that time ranks fifth in school history ... the relay also broke 40 seconds in a win at the UW-WSU dual, stopping the clock at 39.93 seconds ... got a win on the 4x1 relay at the Pepsi Team Invite in 40.24 ... individually, ran a season-best 400-meter time of 48.96 seconds, placing seventh at the Pepsi Team Invite ... took 10th in the 200-meters at the Stanford Invite in a season-best 21.74 seconds ... also placed 18th at the Pac-10 Championships over 200-meters in 22.02 ... also ran on UW's top 4x400m relay team, with a top time of 3:11.20 in the UW-WSU dual ... indoors, ran on the 4x4 squad that took fourth at the MPSF Championships in a time of 3:12.17 ... also ran the 400m leg on the top two DMRs indoors, including a fourth-place MPSF finish in 9:38.23 ... ran a PR of 47.90 seconds to take third in the 400-meters at the Husky Classic ... ninth in the 400m at the MPSF Championships in 48.37.
2010: Busy first season for the freshman sprinter including his first Pac-10 Championships and a trip to the NCAA Championship West Regional ... at Regionals in Austin, ran the third leg on UW's 4x100-meter relay team which placed 15th in a season-best time of 40.14 seconds after being seeded just 24th ... scored on both relays at the Pac-10 Championships, as the 4x1 placed sixth (40.53) and the 4x4 took seventh (3:17.35) with Dunn anchoring ... placed 15th in the 200-meters at Pac-10s in a time of 22.36 seconds ... season-best at 200-meters came at the UW-WSU dual where he took fifth in 22.13 ... competed in the 200, 400, 4x100 and 4x400 at both the UW-WSU dual and the Pepsi Team Invite ... indoors, ran the 200m and 4x400m relay at the MPSF Championships ... indoor best 200m time came at the UW Invitational, coming across in 22.18 seconds.
High School and Personal: Born in Portland, Oregon ... parents are Barbara and Troy Dunn ... has one older sister, Savana, and one younger brother, Liam ... father played football at Portland State ... as a senior, qualified in all three sprint events at the Washington 2A State Championships, taking fourth in the 100-meters, third in the 200-meters, and second in the 400-meters ... swept all three sprints titles at the Greater St. Helens League meet as a senior and junior and won numerous district titles ... competed at the state meet every year of his career and won the 2A state 200-meter title in 2008 as a junior ... won the 400-meter dash at the Pasco Invite ... competed at the Junior Olympics in Nebraska, taking sixth in the 200m and seventh in the 400m ... lettered three years in football and was an All-League running back in 2008.
2010 MPSF - 26th, 200m; 9th, 4x400m
2010 Pac-10 - 15th, 200m; 6th, 4x100m; 7th, 4x400m
2010 NCAA Prelims - 15th, 4x100m
2011 MPSF - 9th, 400m; 4th, 4x400m; 4th, DMR
2011 Pac-10 - 18th, 200m; 3rd, 4x100m
2011 NCAA Prelims - 9th, 4x100m
2011 NCAA Outdoors - 16th, 4x100m (All-America Second Team)
2014 MPSF - 29th, 200m | 11th, 4x400m