Men's Track Recruiting / Washington / Covington, WA / Tahoma High School / Calvin Brindle

Calvin Brindle '20 Recruiting Profile

Tahoma High SchoolCovington, WAMen's Track
College Coach? Log in to get contact info
profile image
ClubSpeed Unlimited
Primary Position300M Hurdles
Secondary Position110M High Hurdles
Dominant HandRight
110M HH15.36
55M HH8.21
LJ21ft 8.25in
TJ39ft 6in


Video of 110m hurdles 15.36 pr by .2 Lane 2, Region XI Championships 5/7/22110m hurdles 15.3...
Video of 400 hurdles 4/22400 hurdles 4/22
Video of 400 hurdles starts 4/26400 hurdles start...
Video of April 2020April 2020
Video of 4x400 (Sub 49 split, 3rd leg, 90 min post 300h PR) 4A WA State District 3 Meet 5/18/19 Summer, WA4x400 (Sub 49 spl...
Video of 300 Hurdles PR 38.27 (Ran Sub 49 split in 4x400 90 min later) 4A WA State District 3 Meet 5/18/19 Summer, WA300 Hurdles PR 38...
Video of 60m (7.11) Battle of the Northwest Indoor Championship 2/10/18 Washington State University60m (7.11) Battle...

Personal Statement

Update 10/26/2022: I have not yet commited to a school, I am a Junior but still have 3 yrs of eligibility.  I graduated Indian Hills CC with honors 3.67, with my AA degree 5/22.  I'm currently a fulltime student at University of Nebraska Lincoln, though not connected with the team, while training at the elite facility Trackville with Coach Patrick Grosserode in Lincoln.  10/25 I ran a 40yd time trial of 4.5 and flying 30 of 2.92.  I will be competing unattached for indoors running the 60m hurdles and 400m.  Covid really impacted my spring season but now looking and feeling stronger than ever (cleared by Dr in July with blood work as having no residual effects and strong immunity).  I'm looking for a program to help me grow both as an athlete and a student.

Update 4/5/2022:  I'm finishing up my 2nd year at Indian Hills Community College and currently considering transfer schools.  I still have 3 years of eligibility. Last year was challenging due to COVID but I'm excited about this coming outdoor season. I came down with Covid in mid January and it really impacted my indoor season. I am improving my strengh and endurance.  My new coach is the first time I've had a coach whose specialty is the 400m Hurdles and I'm excited about his workouts and optimistic he can help me come closer to my true potential. I'm looking for a program to help me grow both as an athlete and a student. I'm excited because I still have 3 years to compete after this year. 400m hurdles is my primary event but I am also open to training for multis. My senior year was taken away from me. I had begun training in pole vault that Fall and planned on training for multis until COVID shut everything down.  

Update Dec 2021:  I just ran my first 60m Hurdles in 2 yrs (3rd time ever at 42") at the Iowa State Univ Holiday Invite and ran a 8.65.  Will continue improving my trail leg and time between hurldes but I'm ok with that time.  I completed my Fall semester with academic honors GPA 3.73, overall GPA 3.63 for 49 credits.  I've been helping several of the international athletes with things like getting groceries, opening bank accounts, academic supports etc.  I like spending time with them  because they're focused like me, we push each other in practices and they avoid trouble and drama.  I am the only white guy in the sprints and hurdles and I'm ok with that.  Hasn't always been easy but I think I've earned respect based on my actions, words and my improved speed on the track.  I prefer teams that are diverse.

Update May 2021:  I just completed my freshman year at Indian Hills Community College in Iowa with  academic honors GPA of 3.54.  I unfortunately had a hamstring strain then was injured by another athlete so my year athletically didn't go as planned.  I am glad this year doesn't count towards my eligibility.  However I'm now fully recovered and excited to do some off season competition in June and July here in Washington, I am also taking a couple summer classes remotely.  I'll be doing some hurdles, sprints and might also long jump for fun.   

I am on schedule to receive my AA degree May 2022.  My goal is to then transfer to a University with a supportive coach, team and supportive environment to help me achieve my best times possible in the hurdles and 4x400.  This was a  very challenging year with covid restrictions.  One of my other interests is photography and this helped me get through all the isolation with covid.  I took a class in photography and my coaches had me take pictures for the team while I was injured so I could still be a part of the team.  I had some of my pictures nominated for the college art show.  I won an award and even sold two of my pictures.  I really like taking track and field action shots and wildlife photos.

 I use the Academic Success/Disability Support center at Indian Hills to support me with my dyslexia and with setting up my accommodations. I worked with the tutors right away and my coaches knew they didn't worry about my academics. It is a priority that my transfer school have very good athlete academic supports. I am a focused and hard worker athletically and academically. I am looking forward to transferring to a program with supportive and like minded teammates. 

Background Information:  My name is Calvin Brindle.  I am was Home Schooled and compete with Tahoma High School in Maple Valley, WA. I am 5'11.75", and 160 pounds.  I have been competing in Track and Field since I was 8 years old with my club Speed Unlimited. I began as a mid-distance, long jumper and also ran Cross Country through my Freshman year.  At this time I transitioned into a sprinter and hurdler, and I continue to improve my times and jumps distance. I have been told I have a lot of grit on both the track and in school. I didn't start experiencing real individual success until I entered High School.  I didn't have a lot of natural talent, it has taken a lot of hard work, patience and faith to get where I am today which is still a work in progress. I had many frustrating years but stuck with it. 

My freshman year I qualified for districts in the 300 hurdles, 4x100 and Triple Jump.  I missed going to state in the Triple Jump and the 4x100 by 1 place. My Sophomore year was my most challenging year.  I was diagnosed with Lyme Disease that winter. I am also diagnosed with Dyslexia. This combination impacted my ability to attend and be successful at school.  I withdrew from school and began Homeschooling where I was only able to take a couple classes at that time. I was unable to begin training and compete in track and field until July.  It wasn't until the following Fall that I could take more classes and also return to full training. My Lyme Disease no longer impacts my life. I am currently taking a full schedule of classes and I am able to continue working towards my track and field goals.  Last year my 4x100 team I anchored broke the school record and placed 6th at state. I was district champion in Long Jump and placed 3rd at state, I had no fouls through Sub Districts, Districts and State. My 4x400 team placed 3rd and I also placed 9th in the 200m.  I recently placed 5th in both the Long Jump and the 55m hurdles at the USATF Youth Indoor National Championships in New York in March. You can see my post race interview video on the USATF PACIFIC NORTHWEST Facebook page.

What I am looking for in a school.  A high priority in choosing a school are the academic athletic supports.  I am diagnosed with dyslexia and use tutors and accommodations to support my learning difference. I am a very hard worker and plan on taking full advantage of all academic supports from day one and spending a lot of time with college tutors.  I want a school where I can live in an environment with like minded focused athletes. I do like how the schools in Utah are dry campuses. I don’t like being around people who party and drink. I am flexible with location of the school with the right athletic academic supports and living environment.  I have lots of family on the West Coast, some on the East Coast but my mom is from Iowa so I have a lot of family and friends in the midwest. I have not completely decided what I want to major in but my main interests are in Aviation, Athletics and German. 

The month of August I spend my month off with my family fishing and crabbing in remote SW Kodiak Island.  My father is an Alaska fisherman, he waits until after the Washington State Track meet to go up north. Kodiak is beautiful but it is also hard work and you always have to be prepared for challenging and dangerous conditions due to the environment and weather.  


High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity
  • 3 years
  • 2020 Club/Travel Team
  • 2019 Varsity Team
  • Individual Awards
  • 4th 400 hurdles, 6th 110 hurdles, 8th long jump (ran the 300 hurdle finals between my first 3 jumps and finals). 4x4 one of our runners was inured didn't qualify for finals. I scored 10 points for my team, we placed 2nd overall. Missed 1st by only 3 poi, Team MVP. 4th 400 hurdles, 6th 110 hurdles, 8th long jump (ran the 300 hurdle finals between my first 3 jumps and finals). 4x4 one of our runners was inured didn't qualify for finals.
  • Team Awards
  • State 2nd Place, 4th 400 hurdles, 6th 110 hurdles, 8th long jump (ran the 300 hurdle finals between my first 3 jumps and finals). 4x4 one of our runners was inured didn't qualify for finals. I scored 10 points for my team, we placed 2nd overall. Missed 1st by only 3 poi, WA 4A team placed 2nd. Missed 1st by only 3 points! I scored 10 points for my team. We are in good standing to win state 2020.
  • 2018 Varsity Team
  • Individual Awards
  • 3rd 2A State Long Jump, 3rd 4x400m, 6th 4x100m, 9th 200mDistrict Champion Long Jump, 3rd 2A State Long Jump, 3rd 4x400, 6th 4x100m, 9th 200mDistrict Champion Long Jump
  • Team Awards
  • Men's Team 8th at State, District Champs, 4x400 District Champs, Broke school 4x100 record
  • 2016 Varsity Team

Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience
  • 3 seasons
  • 2019 Speed Unlimited
  • USATF Youth Indoor Nationals 5th in 55m Hurdles and 5th in Long Jump, USATF Jr Olympics 11th 4x400
  • 2018 Speed Unlimited
  • 2017 Speed Unlimited

Coach References

  • Club Coach
  • Ron Atkins


  • Camp/Event
  • Arizona Indoor Classic
  • 2/19/23 to 2/19/23
  • Running the 60m hurdles, 60m and 200m
  • Camp/Event
  • Nike Boise
  • 2/07/20 to 2/08/20
  • 60m Hurdles, long jump, 400m, 4x200
  • Camp/Event
  • Washington 4A State Meet
  • 5/23/19 to 5/25/19
  • 4th 400 hurdles, 6th 110 hurdles, 8th long jump (ran the 300 hurdle finals between my first 3 jumps and finals). 4x4 one of our runners was inured didn't qualify for finals. I scored 10 points for my team, we placed 2nd overall. Missed 1st by only 3 points! Qualifier in all 4 events. 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles, Long Jump and 4x400. Thursday 110 hurdles moving onto finals.
  • Camp/Event
  • WCD/SWD 4A District Meet
  • 5/16/19 to 5/18/19
  • State qualifier in all 4 events. Day 1. Heavy rain. 110 hurdles - 15.01 (PR, 4th, State Qualifier), Long Jump - 21' 8.25" (PR, 3rd, State Qualifier) Day 2. 300h 3rd 38.27 PR by 1.25 seconds and 4x400 sub 49 split. Brought my team from 5th to 1st running 3rd leg.
  • Camp/Event
  • Arcadia Invitational
  • 4/06/19 to 4/06/19
  • Competing in the 200m
  • Camp/Event
  • Tiger Invite
  • 4/05/19 to 4/05/19
  • Competing in the 110h and 300h
  • Camp/Event
  • USATF Hershey Youth Indoor Nationals
  • 3/15/19 to 3/17/19
  • 5th Long Jump (6.45m, 0 fouls), 5th 55m Hurdles ( 8.47 prelims and 8.21 finals, 1st time running the 55m hurdles) LJ, 55m, 200m, and 55h
  • Camp/Event
  • Nike Boise Indoor Meet
  • 2/01/19 to 2/02/19
  • Competing in the 60m, 200m and 400m
  • Camp/Event
  • UW Preview
  • 1/12/19 to 1/12/19
  • Qualified to run the 60m. Results: 7.19, 2nd in heat. 22/50
  • Camp/Event
  • 7/30/18 to 8/04/18
  • Have advanced in the 100m, 200m, 400m and Long Jump
  • Camp/Event
  • USATF Pacific NW Association Jr Olympic Championships
  • 6/22/18 to 6/24/18
  • Long Jump, 100m, 200m and 400m
  • Camp/Event
  • Washington State 2A Track Meet
  • 5/24/18 to 5/26/18
  • Long jump 3rd (21'2.5") 0 fouls, 4x4 3rd place 3:24.55 (50.79 split). 4x100 6th 43.45, 200m 9th 22.70 (missed finals by .01)
  • Camp/Event
  • 2A District 1-2 Championships (top 4 moving on to Washington State Meet)
  • 5/16/18 to 5/18/18
  • STATE QUALIFIER IN ALL EVENTS! Long Jump, 200m, 4x100 and 4x400. Day 1 - District Long Jump Champion (PR of 21' 3.75", 0 fouls all jumps within 1"), 4x100 anchor, 1st place in semi finals, PR 43.07 (3rd time breaking school record), 200m 3rd in semi finals, PR 22.53 (timing malfunction required 2nd running 30 min after 4x400, alternate ran in place in 4x400). Moving on to finals in 4x100, 200m and 4x400. Day 2 4x100 2nd by .0023 (43.47), 3rd in 200m (22.70), District Champs in 4x400 3:25.25 (51 split). Men's team won District Champs!
  • Camp/Event
  • 2A SnoKing Championships (Sub Districts top 6 advance to Districts)
  • 5/09/18 to 5/11/18
  • Day 1 Long Jump Champion with a jump of 21' 3" and moving on to 200m finals. Day 2 4x100 anchor 2nd 43.5 (new school record), 200m 2nd 22.78(SB) and 4x400 1st 3:32. Seated 1st for districts (Lakewood HS) in long jump and 4x4, seated 2nd in 200m and 4x1.
  • Camp/Event
  • USATF Hershey Youth Indoor Nationals
  • 3/09/18 to 3/11/18
  • Will be running the 55m, 200m, 400m and long jump.
  • Camp/Event
  • WSU Indoor Open
  • 60m 7.10 PR
  • Camp/Event
  • U of Idaho Open
  • 60m Hurdles (42") 60m and 200m
  • Camp/Event
  • UW Preview
  • 60m Hurdles (42") 8.74 and 60m 7.14
  • Camp/Event
  • UW Indoor Preview
  • Running the 60m hurdles and 60m


Event2019 Varsity Team2018 Varsity Team2018 Speed Unlimite2017 Speed Unlimite2016 Varsity Team
4x400M (Split)3:25.58 (48.7) 3/30/19 Liberty Invite, Renton, WA. Broke meet record.3:24.99 (50.79) 3rd 2A WA State Meet, District Champs3:42.54
Long Jump21' 8.25"21' 3.75 (6.50m) District Champion21' 3" 2A District 1-2 Championships 5/16/1820ft 7.75in19ft 2.25in
4x100M (Split)43.07 Anchor, 3rd time broke school this year44.87
100M11.3411.09 South Puget Sound Track Festival 6/16/1811.49
200M22.5322.16 USATF Pacific Northwest Association Junior Olympic Championships 6/24/1822.6524.24
60M7.11 Battle of the NW indoor Championships, WSU 2/10/187.56
400M51.01 Tigard Youth Track Meet 6/9/18 Tigard, OR
Triple Jump39ft 6.50in
Distance & PR5,000m 21:22.



This information is unavailable to unknown [or unregistered] users

Test Scores

This information is unavailable to unknown [or unregistered] users
College Coach? Log in to get contact info

High School Information


Academic Accomplishments

Registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center?

Awards and Activities

  • AwardsPresident's and Dean's list at Indian Hills Community College for 5 out of 6 quarters
  • ActivitiesMember of Phi Theta Kappa, JR Navy ROTC

Contact Info

This information is unavailable to unknown [or unregistered] users
College Coach? Log in to get contact info
Already a member?Sign in
The Largest College Recruiting Network
Get Exposure with college programs. College coaches search for recruits on NCSA's platform 741,611 times in 2021.
Get Discovered by college coaches. NCSA athlete's profiles were viewed 4.1 million times by college coaches in 2021
Get Recruited. Find out what coaches are viewing your profile and get matched with the right choices.

Top NCSA Athletes at Tahoma High School

profile image for Alaina L Brady
Alaina L Brady
Women's Track - Heptathlon
Class of 2020
profile image for Miles  Person
Miles Person
Men's Lacrosse - Defense
Class of 2021
profile image for Sydney B Thompson
Sydney B Thompson
Women's Volleyball - Middle Hitter
Class of 2020
profile image for Parker Wichelmann
Parker Wichelmann
Men's Swimming - 100 Fly
Class of 2020

Top NCSA Athletes in Area

profile image for Grace P Todhunter
Grace P Todhunter
Football - Cornerback
Class of 2021
profile image for Blake  A Butner
Blake A Butner
Wrestling - 125 lb
Class of 2020
profile image for Allison Troseth
Allison Troseth
Softball - 3rd Base
Class of 2020
profile image for Noa Montoya
Noa Montoya
Football - Quarterback
Class of 2020

Recruiting in your hands. Tools and advice to find the right fit.

Download on the App StoreGet it on Google Play


NCSA College Recruiting® (NCSA) is the nation’s leading collegiate recruiting source for more than 500,000 student-athletes and 42,000 college coaches. By taking advantage of this extensive network, more than 92 percent of NCSA verified athletes play at the college level. The network is available to high school student-athletes around the country through valued relationships with the NFLPA, FBU, NFCA and SPIRE. Each year, NCSA educates over 4 million athletes and their parents about the recruiting process through resources on its website, presentations of the critically-acclaimed seminar College Recruiting Simplified, and with Athletes Wanted, the book written by NCSA founder Chris Krause.


8am-6pm CST Every Day

NCSA1333 N Kingsbury St 4th FloorChicago, IL 60642866-495-5172[email protected]