|High School:||St. Paul's School|
Eustache's TFRRS Profile
Eustache had an outstadning season while competing is discus. He finished first at the America Outdoor East Championships, third at both the Capital District Challenge and the Spring Classic, and sixth at the Shamrock Invitational. In the hammer throw, Eustache finished first at the America East Outdoor Championships, second at the Spring Classic, third at the Capital District Challenge, and fifth at the Northeast Challnge.
Personal Best Marks
Shot Put: 40’-7”
Eustache split time between the discus and the hammer throws during the outdoor season. As he did during the indoor season with the weight throw, Eustace surpassed his own personal-bests in the discus and the hammer in the first meet of the season, the Shamrock Invitational. He placed sixth in the discus in 156’-6”, and 14th in the hammer in 167’-8”. He won the discus at the Northeast Challenge, recording a mark of 160’, and won again at the UAlbany Spring Classic, with a throw of 152’-2”. At the Spring Classic, Eustache also placed second in the hammer, with a mark of 174’-11”. At the Capital District Classic, Eustache recorded a season-best in the hammer throw, placing second in 177’-3”. Eustache placed second in the discus in 155’-11” and sixth in the hammer in 158’-4” at the America East Outdoor Championships. At UAlbany’s Purple & Gold Last Chance Meet, Eustache set a season-best in the discus, placing second with a mark of 161’. Eustache ended his season at IC4A Outdoor Championships, placing 16th in the discus with a mark of 155’-11”.
Weight Throw: 64’-5.25”
Eustache exclusively competed in the weight throw during the indoor season. He surpassed his own personal-best in the first meet of the season, the Nittany Lion Challenge, recording a mark of 57’-3.75” to place sixth. He improved on that mark at Cornell’s Upstate Challenge, placing fourth in 61’. Eustache was one of three UAlbany throwers to compete at the Millrose games, where he placed third in 63’-9.75”. At the America East Indoor Championships, Eustache placed second with a mark of 62’-1.25”. He threw a season-best 64’-5.25” at Boston University’s Last Chance Meet, taking first place overall. Eustache ended the season at IC4A Championships placing fifth with a mark of 63’-3.5”.
Shot Put: 40’-7”
Eustache opened the season at the Dogfight against Connecticut. He set a season-best in the hammer throw at that meet, placing second with a mark of 150’-2”. He also placed fourth in the discus, throwing 134’-9”. At the Upstate Classic, Eustache placed eighth in the shot put, setting a new personal-best of 40’-7”. He placed third in the hammer and fourth in the discus at UAlbany’s Spring Classic, throwing 148’-7” and 132’-11” respectively. He set a personal-best in the discus at UAlbany’s Purple & Gold Last Chance meet, placing fifth with a mark of 143’.
Shot Put: 33’-11.5”
Eustache only threw the shot put once during the indoor season, recording a mark of 33’-11.5” at the Penn State Indoor Relays. For the remainder of the season, Eustache exclusively competed in the weight throw. He placed ninth at Cornell’s Upstate Challenge, throwing 48’-0.75”. He placed 11th at the Columbia Invitational with a mark of 50’-7.25”. He closed his indoor season at the America East Indoor Championships, setting a personal-best in the weight throw at 53’-7.75” to place ninth.
Shot Put: 47’-11”
Eustache was a four-year letter winner and senior-year captain at St. Paul’s School in track and field, football, and wrestling. In track, he was a sprinter as a freshman and sophomore before transitioning to throwing events as a junior and senior. In football, he played running back his freshman year, defensive end his sophomore year, and defensive tackle his junior and senior years. During his senior year he recorded 25 tackles, 8 sacks, and two forced fumbles. His career football stats include one blocked punt, one blocked field goal, 85 tackles, 15 sacks, 7 forced fumbles, 6 touchdowns, and 150 yards rushing. As a wrestler, Eustache competed in the heavyweight class all four years. He went 16-3 in his career, earning pins in all 16 victories. In 2013, Eustache was named to the All-New England Prep School Track Association team, and was and All-League selection as well. In 2012 he was an All-League selection for football. He earned the 2013 and 2011 Coaches Award in track and wrestling, respectively, and was a member of the Independent School League wrestling champion team. Eustache was a member of the Student Cultural Alliance as well as the school’s radio show, WSPS.
Jonathan Gabriel Eustache is the son of Oriol Eustache and Marlene Louis-Eustache. He has one sister, Arielle. He plans to major in computer science.