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Kraymer Eppich Athlete Profile

Kraymer Eppich

Positions: Throws, Javelin Height: 6-3 Weight: 230 Class: Junior Roster Years: 2015-2017 Hometown: Connell, WA Mission: Buenos Aires, Argentina Last School: Connell High School

Personal

  • Parents are Janet and Todd
  • Has four siblings
  • Brother-in-law Jefferson Jarvis is on BYU track and field team; brothers-in-law David and Shayne played on the BYU rugby and BYU football teams, respectively
  • Major is exercise science
  • Enjoys wakeboarding, spending time outdoors and doing farm work
  • Sports hero is Russell Wilson
  • Also recruited by Eastern Washington

Before BYU

  • Valedictorian
  • National Honor Society president
  • Varsity letters in football, basketball, track and baseball
  • Track and field team took fourth at state his senior year
  • State champion and two-time runner-up in football
  • Took seventh place in the discus at state, sixth place in javelin
  • Named to All-League, All-District and All-Region teams in track and field
  • Only participated in track and field his senior year 
  • Coach was Wayne Riner

Stats

Personal Bests
Mark Event Meet
62.95m Javelin 2016 Utah/Idaho Border Clash
41.56m Discus 2015 Utah/Idaho Border Clash

Career Stats



2015 | Freshman Year

Outdoor

  • Second place in the javelin at the Mesa Classic (59.83m) and the Aztec Invitational (53.08m)
  • Won the javelin at the BYU Cougar Invitational with a mark of 62.06m
  • Qualified for regionals

2016 | Sophomore Year

Outdoor

  • Set a personal record in the javelin throw with a mark of 62.95m at the Border Clash 2016, also claiming first place overall
  • Took first place overall at the Weber State Twilight meet in the javelin with a 60.94m mark
  • Qualified for and participated in the NCAA Division I West Prelims in the javelin and took 37th overall with a mark of 58.59m

2017 | Junior Year

Outdoor

  • Took fourth place at the Trojan Invitaitonal in the javelin throw with a mark of 62.05, a qualifying mark for NCAA Regionals