TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State senior Trey Cunningham was selected U.S Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) South Region Men’s Indoor Track Athlete of the Year this Thursday. He is joined by South Region Women’s Assistant Coach of the Year, Kelly Phillips. These awards are voted on by USTFCCCA member coaches and honor coaches and athletes from each of the nine regions.
“Trey is certainly deserving as the South Region Track Athlete of the Year,” said Head Coach Bob Braman. “He’s been the dominant track athlete in the region this entire year.”
Cunningham, who is now a two-time Indoor South Region Track Athlete of the Year honoree after winning the award in 2020, has dominated the track this season. He has remained undefeated in the 60-meter hurdles and this year became the first man to win four consecutive ACC hurdle titles. He has also maintained his national No.1 rank and still maintains his spot on The Bowerman Indoor Watch List. Cunningham will join 15 of his teammates to compete at the NCAA Indoor Championships on March 11-13 where he will be looking to maintain his undefeated season.
Coach Kelly Phillips wins her South Region Women’s Assistant Coach of the Year honor after coaching an impressive distance program this season.
“I’m really excited for Coach Phillips. She’s really deserving as being named the South Region Assistant Coach of the Year. Her ladies were the class of the ACC’s this…