Simi Fajemisin
Simi Fajemisin
Year: Junior
Hometown: Oxford, U.K.
High School: Headington School
Position: Jumps
Major: History & Literature

Collegiate Bests:
60m - 7.88
100 - 12.03
200 - 25.56
Long Jump - 6.15m (20' 2.25")
Triple Jump - 13.27m (43' 6.5")

2018-19
(Outdoor) First Team All-Ivy Selection… Finished 1st in the triple jump with 13.14m (43’ 1.5”) at the Ivy league Outdoor Track & Field Championships (May 4-5) … Finished 1st in the long jump with 5.77m (18’ 11.25”) at the 2019 Harvard – Yale Match (Apr 13) … (Indoor) Earned USTFCCCA Second Team All-America Honors with 14th place finish at Nationals… First Team All-Ivy Selection Set a career best and finished 1st in the triple jump with 13.27m (43’ 6.5”) at the Ivy League Indoor Track & Field Championship (Feb 23-24) … Finished 1st in long jump with 5.71m 18’9” at Harvard vs Penn (Dec 9).

2017-18
(Indoor) First Team All-Ivy (triple jump) with 13.11m … (Outdoor) USTFCCCA All-America honorable mention (triple jump) with 12.52m … Outdoor Heps Most Outstanding Field Performer of the Meet … First Team All-Ivy (triple jump) with 13.00m … Hit two career highs at the Boston University Season Opener with an 8.09 in the 60m and a 26.05 in the 200m (Dec. 2) … Ran a career-high 12.03 at the 100m at the Miami Hurricane Alumni Invitational (Apr. 6-7).

2016-17
All-Ivy League Second Team for Long Jump and Triple Jump ... All-Ivy League First Team (Triple Jump) ... Scored first in the H-Y-P Meet for the long jump (19'1.25") ... Achieved a personal best in the NCAA Division 1 East Preliminary Round with a 12.96m ... Came in second in the Ive League Indoor Championships with her best college long jump (6.09m) ... Also ran the 100m in the Stanford Cardinal Classic (12.84) and the 200m in the Cougar Spring Break Invitational (26.96)

Before Harvard
Long Jump - 20’1.25”
Triple Jump - 39’10.5”

“Simi arrives at Harvard with some excellent personal bests. As she improves her specific power levels and consistency she could develop into a jumper that threatens Ivy League bests. She could be an NCAA Championship scorer.” - Coach Tolbert