Event: High Jump
PR: 2.30m/7-6.5 (2006)
Current Residence: Atlanta, Ga.
High School: Menchville (Newport News, Va.) HS '03
College: Morehouse '07
Coach: Nat Page
Agent: Kimberly Holland
After coming close on numerous occasions, Moffatt qualified for his first U.S. World Champs or Olympic team with his third-place finish at the 2009 USA Outdoor Championships, which earned him a spot on the Team USA roster for the World Championships in Berlin. As a college senior in 2007, Moffatt soared with America’s finest high jumpers in finishing fourth at the USA Outdoor Championships and ending the season ranked among the top ten in the nation by Track & Field News for the fourth consecutive season. During his junior year at Morehouse College, Moffatt continued to demonstrate that he is one of the nation’s top high jumpers in setting a new personal best as the runner-up at the 2006 AT&T USA Outdoor Championships, and he won the NCAA Division II Outdoor title in finishing the year as the #3 ranked American by Track & Field News. After placing a surprising fourth at the 2004 USA Olympic Trials, Moffatt continued as one of the nation’s top jumpers in 2005 in placing third at the USA Outdoor Championships and ended the season ranked #5 in the U.S. by Track & Field News. Moffatt’s accomplishments include winning the 2003-04 NCAA Division II National Indoor high jump title and breaking the SIAC high jump record. In 2004 he captured Morehouse College awards for Most Outstanding Performances in indoor and outdoor track and field, and Most Valuable Player in outdoor track and field. The Newport News, Va., native also received the Frank L. Forbes Most Outstanding All-Sport Athlete Award, bestowed annually on the student-athlete who has excelled above and beyond all others in any sport.
2011: USA Indoor Championships (2.22m/7.35)
2010: 13th at USA Outdoors (2.15m/7.00-5)...6th at USA Indoors (2.25m/7-4.50)...2nd at Mt. SAC Relays (2.25m/7-4.5)...1st at Nashville (2.25m/7-4.50i)...1st at Drake Relays (2.21m/7-3)...ranked #8 in U.S. by T&FN...best of 2.25m/7-4.50i.
2009: Tied for second at USA Outdoors (2.28m/7-5.75)...tied for 11th at World Outdoors (2.23m/7-3.75)...1st at Baie Mahault (2.28m/7-5.75)...ranked #4 in U.S. by T&FN...best of 2.28m/7-5.75.
2008: 5th at Olympic Trials (2.27m/7-05.25)...ranked #6 in the U.S. by T&FN...best of 2.27m/7-5.25
2007: 4th at USA Outdoor Championships (2.24m/7-4.25)…1st at Atlanta (2.25m/7-4.50)…ranked #8 in U.S. by T&FN…best of 2.25m/7-4.50.
2006: USA Outdoor runner-up (2.30m/7-6.5PR)…6th at USA Indoors (2.19m/7-2.25)…NCAA Division II champ (2.29m/7-6)…1st at Clemson Opener (2.23m/7-3.75), 1st at Gator Invite (2.23m/7-3.75)…1st at TSU (2.28m/7-5.75)…ranked #3 in U.S. by T&FN…best of 2.30m/7-6.5.
2005: 3rd at USA Outdoor Championships (2.27m/7-5.25)...3rd at NCAA DII Championships (2.14m/7-0.25)...1st at Gainesville (2.18m/7-1.75i)...ranked #5 in the U.S. by T&FN...best of 2.27m/7-5.25.
2004: 4th at Olympic Trials (2.27m/7-5.25)...NCAA DII champion (2.22m/7-3.25i)...SIAC champion (2.24m/7-4.25)...ranked #7 in U.S. by T&FN...best of 7-5.25
2003: USA Junior champion (2.17m/7-1.5)...Jr. Pan Am gold medalist (2.20m/7-2.5)...best of 2.20m/7-2.5.
2002: Best of (2.21m/7-3)