Stanford: The defending Pac-10 Champion in the long jump … One of the top all-around athletes in the conference.
2002 Track & Field Season (Junior): The Pac-10 Champion in the long jump … Became the first Stanford athlete since 1991 to win the Pac-10 title in the long jump … Also one of the top sprinters in the Pac-10 … Ran Pac-10 qualifying times in the 100 meters (10.72) and 200 meters (21.54) … Competed in the 200 meters at the Pac-10 Championships … Also participated in the long jump at the Oracle U.S. Open … Ran the opening leg on the 4x400 meter relay team that finished third at the conference meet … Scored 20 points in the Big Meet against California.
2001 Track & Field Season (Sophomore): Competed in the long jump at the NCAA Championships where he finished tenth at 25-0 … Qualified for the NCAA’s with a career-best 25-7 1/4 against California … Won the Brutus Hamilton Invitational with a leap of 25-4 3/4 … Had a career best and Pac-10 qualifying mark of 49-6 1/4 in the Big Meet … Placed third in the long jump and eighth in the triple jump at the Pac-10 Championships at Berkeley … Finished third indoors in the long jump at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships … Ran the lead-off leg of the 4x400 meter relay.
2000 Track & Field Season (Freshman): Enjoyed an excellent season in the triple jump and long jump … His mark of 48-6 3/4 in the triple jump is fifth-best in the freshman record book … Competed at the 2000 U.S. Junior National Track & Field Championships in Denton, TX.
High School: The New England prep champion in the long jump, the 100 and 300 meter hurdles … Also an MVP in track, football and basketball.
Cardinal Catalogue: Biology major … Parents are Milton Little and Leah Little-Baylis … Lives with Leah and her husband, Doug Baylis … A 2001 & 2002 Pacific-10 Track & Field All-Academic selection … A 2001 MPSF Indoor Track & Field All-Academic selection … Born June 13, 1981.
Collegiate Career Bests: Long jump (25-7 1/4, 7.80m); Triple jump (49-6 1/4, 15.09m); 100 meters (10.72); 200 meters (21.54); 400 meters (48.23)