at Air Force Open *
2013 Indoor: Competed at six meets in events ranging from the short sprints to both horizontal jumps ... Opened in the 60- and 200-meter dashes, placing 16th in both (7.37* in 60, 23.66* in 200) ... Competed in the 60 and long jump at back-to-back meets, the Cherry & Silver and New Mexico invitationals, registering the better marks at the New Mexico Invite (7.36* in 60, 22-3 3/4 in LJ) ... Placed 13th in the long jump at the Don Kirby Elite Invitational with a mark of 22-2 1/2 (6.77m) ... Added a foot to his mark at the Don Kirby Open, placing third with a mark of 23-2 1/2 (7.07m) ... Claimed 12th in the triple jump (22-1 1/2) and ninth in the triple jump (45-10) at the Mountain West Championships.
2013 Outdoor: Saw action at five meets, including four times in the long jump ... First long jump competition was at the Don Kirby Tailwind Invitational, where he placed second with a leap of 23-6 1/4 (7.17m) ... Registered a sixth-place mark of 22-9 3/4 (6.95m) at the Brutus Hamilton Invitational ... Placed ninth at the MW Championships, leaping 22-10 1/2 (6.97m).
2012 Indoor: Competed a five meets, including the conference championships ... Opened with a 23.37* mark in the 200 at the NAU Lumberjack Open, placing 20th ... Placed 25th in the long jump at the Cherry & Silver Invitational with a 21-8 leap ... Competed in the 60, 200 and long jump at the New Mexico Invitational, placing 21st in the 200 (23.37*) and fourth in the long jump (22-1) ... Notched a season best in the long jump at the Mountain West Championships, tying for eighth with a 23 1/2 mark.
2012 Outdoor: Participated at five meets, primarily in the long jump ... Claimed 12th at the Don Kirby Tailwind in the long jump with a 22-7 3/4 mark, and took 14th at the UTEP Invitational with a wind-aided mark of 22-8 ... Posted a career-best leap of 23-2 1/2 at the Beach Invitational, placing 19th ... Took sixth at the Brutus Hamilton Invitational with a 23-1 1/4 mark ... At the MW Championships, placed 12th with a 22 1/4 leap.
2011 Indoor: Opened the season at the Lobo Opener, competing in the long jump, triple jump and the 60m dash, finaling in the two jumps, where he finished third in the long jump (21'-10.75"/6.98m) and second in the triple jump (44'-11.5"/13.70m) ... Placed eighth in the long jump at the Cherry & Silver Invitational, reaching 22'-7.25" (6.89m) ... Posted a tenth-place finish in the long jump at the New Mexico Invitational, flying 22'10" (6.69m).
2011 Outdoor: Participated at six meets in the long jump and 100m run ... Opened with a seventh-place finish in the long jump at the Arizona State Invitational with a mark of 23'-1.25" (7.04m) ... Notched a 4th-place finish in the long jump at the New Mexico Tailwind Invitational, reaching 23'-2.5" (7.07m) ... Placed seventh in the long jump at the UTEP Invitational with a mark of 22'7" (6.88m) ... Registered a 22'-1.5" (6.74m) mark in the long jump at the Brutus Hamilton Invitational at Cal-Berkeley, good for seventh ... Placed tenth in the long jump at the MWC Outdoor Championships with a mark of 22'-7.75" (6.90m).
A 2009 graduate of Kentlake High School in Kent, Wash ... 2009 Nike Indoor Nationals (Boston) long jump champion ... mark of 23-11 ranked among the top-10 all-timer at the Nike meet ... Class 4A state triple jump champion and long jump runner-up as a senior, and state long jump champion as a junior ... School records of 48-1 in the triple jump and 24-1 1/2 (top-10 all-time in Washington state history) in the long jump ... Also had a best of 10.95 in the 100m ... 2009 Simplot Games (Moscow, Idaho) indoor long jump champion ... 2008 USATF national runner-up in the LJ as a junior ... Team MVP and district athlete of the year as a senior ... four-year letterman for coach Jim Heusen.
Born in Covington, Wash. ... Full name is Walston Zachary Smith ... Son of Walston and Katherine Smith ... Older sister, Brittany, was a three-year letterwinner for the Lobos (LJ/TJ) from 2007-09 ... Has an uncle, Erv, that played football for Eastern Washington ... Intends to major in Exercise Science and pursue a career as a physical therapist, athletic trainer, or personal trainer.
TRACK & FIELD HONORS
Mountain West Scholar-Athlete: 2010-13
* indicates a performance that has been adjusted based on the NCAA altitude conversion protocol