Former Bradwell Institute long-jumper Joshua McCullan is off to a good start in his senior year at Alabama.
The Crimson Tide track team started its indoor season Jan. 15-16 at the Commodore Invitational where McCulllan finished second overall in the long jump, clearing 24 feet, 7 inches. The event was held at Vanderbilt.
During the Jan. 22-23 Conference Class/Power Five Invitational, McCullan cleared 23 feet, 3.5 inches to place seventh overall. The Conference Clash was held in Birmingham, Alabama.
According to the Crimson Tide’s athletic website, the Alabama men’s and women’s track and field teams find themselves inside the top 20 of the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association National Team Computer Rankings. The Crimson Tide men are ranked No. 17 this week, and the women, which began the season ranked No. 40, are now No. 15 in the nation.
This weekend, McCullan and the Alabama track team were at the Indiana Relays.