MISCELLANEOUS: Army's best returning javelin thrower ... exhibits tremendous technique ... very athletic ... ranks seventh all-time at Army in the discipline.
2005: Dominated the javelin event throughout the outdoor season ... won the event four times and totaled seven Top 3 showings in eight starts ... finished runner-up at Patriots for the second straight season with a heave of 212 feet, 3 inches ... established a new personal-best mark and jumped to seventh place on Army's all-time Top 10 list with a toss of 212-7 in winning the event at the Sam Howell Invitational ... jumped out of the gates with a pair of gold-medal winning performances ... placed first at the Coastal Carolina Invitational (203-4) and the Dick Shea Open (204-5) in March ... notched fourth win of the season against Navy (209-11) ... placed third at the Penn Relays (208-6) ... placed within the Top 10 at the IC4A Championships.
2004: Emerged as one of Army's top javelin throwers ... took first place in the javelin at the Delaware Invitational with a throw of 185-2 ... placed fifth at the Hurricane Invitational (191-5) ... turned in a third-place effort versus Navy (199-7) ... was the runner-up at Patriot League Championships, firing the javelin a distance of 208-8 ... placed 16th at the NCAA Regionals with a throw of 197-7.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Solanco High School in 2002 ... earned four varsity letters in track and field ... team captain as a senior ... most improved track and field athlete as a sophomore.
PERSONAL: Brandon Curtis Woerth ... born July 10, 1984 ... son of Donna and Matt Woerth ... brother, Matthew, is currently enrolled at the United States Air Force Academy ... enjoys playing video games and watching movies ... majoring in Environmental Engineering.