The York County Hawks Track and Field program is proud to announce the commitment of Treshaun Brown of Traip Academy. Treshaun is a standout student-athlete whose speed on the track and flight in the jumping pit will make an immediate impact this year for the Hawks. He is ready to officially start the next chapter of his academic & athletic journey as a York County Hawk.
Treshaun is from Kittery, ME and has a new and recent beginning with track and field. He started his senior year of high school as a sprinter and jumper. He competed in events such as the long jump, 100m, 200m, 400m, 4x100m relay, and 4x400m relay. This past month, Treshaun helped his team to first place in the 4X100 (45.39.2), placed 2nd in the 200 (23.75), and 2nd in the long jump (21-09).
When it came to his choice on colleges, Treshaun was intrigued by York County’s low cost tuition, the new track and field program, and the Criminal Justice pathway that he will pursue.
When asked about what he is looking forward to most, Treshaun emphasized,
“I’m looking forward to studying something that I’ve always been interested in. I’m also excited to help build the new track program by being one of the first athletes in it. I hope to excel in my academics and get better as a jumper and a sprinter. I’m eager to meet new people and build new relationships with my teammates and classmates.”
Treshaun is the first of many student-athletes that are eager to help aid the growth and development of York County’s new athletic department. Not only will he be a part of YCCC’s inaugural athletic seasons, but he will be able to show off his athletic skills while also succeeding academically.
Associate Dean of Student Services, Jennifer Laney, noted,
“From the first moment Treshaun stepped on campus, we knew he was going to be an incredible fit with what we are building here at York County. He places value on our academic first mentality and is an incredibly talented and hardworking student-athlete. Treshaun will add an incredible amount of value not only to our track and field team but to our York County Hawks community as well.”
Please help us welcome Treshaun Brown to the Hawk Family. Go Hawks!