2002-03: Landed in top-10 positions in Army history in the high, long and triple jumps ... distance of 23-feet, 11 3/4 inches in the long jump at the Penn State Invitational set a new personal best and is the sixth-best jump in Army history ... recorded leaps of more than 23 feet seven other times ... totaled five victories in the long jump, including a pair over Navy ... placed second at both the indoor and outdoor Patriot League Championships with distances of 23-6 1/4 at each ... finished 10th at IC4A Championships ... placed in the top-two 11 of 16 times in the triple jump ... compiled seven victories ... jump of 49-8 1/2 at outdoor season-opening meet was fourth-best in Army history and set a personal best ... won triple jump at Patriot League Indoor Championships (49-6 1/4) ... landed second at the outdoor meet (49-1 1/2) ... placed fourth at IC4A Championships (49-2 1/4) ... competed 10 times in high jump ... won three times ... cleared 6-8 at the West Point Open, eighth-best jump in Army history ... swept indoor and outdoor Patriot League Championship titles ... cleared 6-7 indoors and 6-7 1/2 outdoors ... totaled 15 victories spanning three events ... has six career Patriot League titles.
2001-02: Finished in 11th place in the long jump at the IC4A/ECAC Championships ... Patriot League indoor champion in the triple jump (46-0 3/4) ... Army/Navy indoor champion in the triple jump with a career-best leap of 47-11 3/4 ... selected to the All-Eastern Conference Team after securing a second-place finish in the triple jump (48-10) at the Penn Relays ... tied a career best en route to a second-place finish at the Patriot League Indoor Championships in the high jump (6-7) ... finished 15th overall in the triple jump at the IC4A Championships ... grabbed runner-up honors in the long jump at the Army/Navy indoor dual (23-4) ... finished second in the long jump at the Patriot League Indoor Championships (23-2 3/4) ...long jump champion at the West Point Open ... posted a season and career best in the long jump at the Patriot League Outdoor Championships (23-8) ... placed first in the long jump (23-6) against Navy ... recorded three gold medal-winning triple jumps during the outdoor season, including wins against Navy (49-3), at the league championships (47-10 3/4) and at the Dick Shea Open (47-1).
2000-01: Finished third at the Patriot League Outdoor Championships in the long jump with a leap of 23-7 1/2 ... was second in the triple jump at the Patriot League Outdoor Championships (46-3) ... bested all the competition in the long jump against Navy in both the indoor and outdoor duals ... took three first-place finishes in the long jump during the outdoor season ... scored first place in the triple jump at the Army Invitational in a career-best 46-7 1/2... finished fourth overall in the high jump at the outdoor conference finals ... took third in the high jump at the Patriot League Indoor Championships (6-7).
High School: Graduated from Clark County R-1 High School in 2000 ... earned four varsity letters in football and track and field and three in basketball ... Missouri State Champion in the long jump with a leap of 24-2 ... career-best jump set Missouri state record ... 2000 Missouri State Champion in the triple jump ... five-time Missouri state champion ... member of 1999 state champion 4x400-meter relay team ... recorded a personal-best 6-9 in the high jump en route to school record ... four-time team MVP ... football team?s MVP as a senior ... 1999 all-conference and all-state selection as a defensive back ... all-conference and all-district basketball player ... member of the National Honor Society ... Class President ... made Honor Roll all eight semesters.
Personal: Jeff Weaver ... born July 9, 1981 ... son of Steve and Caryn Weaver ... has two brothers, Greg and John and one sister, Lisa ... cousin, Michael O?Day, graduated from West Point in 1991 ... majoring in Mechanical Engineering.