Domnick Meadows

Domnick Meadows

Player Profile


Albuquerque, N.M.

High School:
Del Norte HS




3x indoor all-MWC (triple jump/long jump)


Fifth-year senior who has developed into one of the top triple jumpers in school history...became the first Lobo to earn all-MWC honors in the men's triple jump at the 2008 Indoor Championships before redshirting outdoors...also an excellent long jumper and has scored at the conference meet 9 times in his career (5 TJ, 4 LJ)...has improved by nearly 3 feet in the TJ and 2 feet in the LJ since his freshman year and should challenge for an NCAA regional berth this spring...56 event competitions in his career...

2008: (outdoor) Redshirt season... (indoor) Led the team in both the triple and long jumps, ranking 5th in the MWC in both...high points man for UNM at the MWC Championship meet 11 points in the triple jump (3rd) and long jump (4th)...became the Lobos' first all-MWC honoree in the triple jump, indoors or outdoors, with a career-best mark of 48-10.75...mark was nearly a foot beyond his previous best...4th place finish (22-08.50) in the long jump was also the best by a Lobo at the MWC Indoor meet...career-best long jump of 22-11.75 in the opener at Air Force...6 competitions in 3 meets...

2007: (outdoor) Led the team and ranked 5th in the MWC in both the long jump and triple jump...career-best TJ mark of 48-06.75 in a 2nd place finish at Arizona...season-best LJ mark of 23-03.25 (2nd) in Albuquerque at the Don Kirby Invite...finished 7th in the TJ (46-02.00), but scratched on all 3 LJ attempts at the MWC Championships...6 top-5 finishes in his 14 competitions, including a triple jump win at home (48-06.00)... (indoor) Redshirt season...

2006: (outdoor) Finalist in both the long and triple jump at the MWC Championships...fourth in the LJ at the MWC meet with a career-best leap of 23-06.25 and finished 7th (two spots above his seed) in the TJ with a mark of 47-01.50...turned in a season-best triple jump of 47-01.75 at USC...5 top-5 finishes, including a long jump victory at home in the Don Kirby Invite (23-02.00)...competed 10 times in 5 meets... (indoor) Scored in both the long and triple jump at the MWC Championships...finished 5th in the LJ - 4 spots higher than his seed - with a mark of 22-03.50 and placed 7th in the TJ - 2 spots above his seed - with a season-best of 46-08.75...season-best LJ mark of 22-07.00 in the New Mexico Invitational...competed 14 times in 7 meets...

2005: (outdoor) Competed 8 times...season-best triple jump mark of 46-05.25 (2nd place) at home in the Don Kirby Invite was ranked 2nd on the team and 8th in the MWC...also had the Lobos' 5th-best long jump at the home meet (22-03.00 - 2nd place)...7th in the long jump - 4 spots above his seed - at the MWC Championships, but was 11th in the triple... (indoor) Led the team in the triple jump in his debut season with a mark of 46-02.00 en route to an 8th place finish at the MWC Championships...competed 4 times in 2 meets...season-best long jump of 21-03.25 at the MWC meet...


A 2004 graduate of Albuquerque Del Norte High School...four-year letterman in track & field for head coach Fred Polich...injured as a senior, but a state runner-up in the triple jump as a junior and a finalist his sophomore year...PRs of 21-10.00 in the long jump and 46-00.00 in the triple jump...all-state selection in football and basketball...played in North-South All-Star games for both sports...named Del Norte Athlete of the Year as a senior...


Born in Oklahoma City, Okla... nickname is Dom...uncle Lonnie Neal played basketball at Panhandle State University and professionally overseas...has six brothers and sisters...major is Criminology.

Triple Jump: 48-06.75 Long Jump: 23-06.25

Triple Jump: 48-10.75 Long Jump: 22-11.75