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 Alfonso Scannapieco

Scannapieco's TFRRS Profile

Personal Best Marks
60-meters: 7.13
100-meters:11.57
1,000-meters: 2:59.03
60 hurdles: 8.54
High Jump: 6’-7"
Pole Vault: 17’-6.5”
Long Jump: 23’-6.75”
Triple Jump: 38’-10.25”
Shot Put: 37’-4.5”
Discus: 97’-8”
Javelin: 127’-10”
Heptathlon: 5,202 points
Decathlon: 5,578 points

2014-15:

Indoor
Season Bests
Heptathlon: 4,502

Scannapieco had the opportunity to compete in one meet before his eligibility expired in at the end of the fall semester. He attempted a school record in the heptathlon at Lehigh’s Fast Times Before Finals meet. Scannapieco won five of seven events, including the 60 (7.13), long jump (22’-9”), high hump (6’-6”), 60 hurdles (8.62), and pole vault (13’-10.5”). He placed third in the shot put (37’-4.5”). His marks in the 60 and the shot put were personal bests. Scannapieco’s back tightened up in the pole vault, and he decided not to continue due to the 1,000 still upcoming. He was unable to finish the 1,000, but still placed second overall scoring 4,502 points. He was named America East Men’s Field Performer of the Week and ECAC Division I New England Male Athlete of the Week for his performance.

2013-14:

Outdoor
Season Bests
100-meters: 11.57
High Jump: 6’-0.75”
Pole Vault: 16’-6.75”
Long Jump: 23’-6.75”
Javelin: 120’-2”

Scannapieco competed in three events at the Spring Break Classic to open his outdoor season, setting a personal best of 11.57 in the 100 and 23’-6.75” in the long jump. He placed 14th in the pole vault at the Texas Relays, clearing season-best height of 16’-6.75”. Scannapieco won the long jump at the Dogfight against Connecticut, clearing 15’-3”. He won the long jump at the UAlbany Spring Classic with a wind-aided mark of 23’-0.5”. In the championship section of the pole vault at the Penn Relays, Scannapieco placed sixth, tying his season best of 16’-6.75”. He placed second in the pole vault behind teammate Nathan Hiett at the America East Outdoor Championships, clearing a height of 15’-9”, and also placed third in the long jump in 22’-7.75”. At the Purple & Gold Last Chance Meet, Scannapieco placed second in the pole vault, clearing 15’-9”.

Indoor
Season Bests
60 hurdles: 8.54
High Jump: 6’-0.5”
Pole Vault: 17’-6.5”
Long Jump: 23’-1.25”
Shot Put: 35’-10.75”

Scannapieco competed in four events at the Penn State Indoor Relays, the first meet of the season. He placed ninth in the 60 hurdles, tying his personal best of 8.54. He placed 12th in the shot put in 35’-10.75”, and placed 10th as a member of UAlbany’s 4x400 relay team. At the Columbia Invitational, Scannapieco placed third in the long jump in 22’-10”. He matched that mark at the Armory Collegiate Invitational, placing 15th. Scannapieco attended Boston University’s Scarlet and White meet, where he cleared his first height in the pole vault on the season, taking first place in 16’-2.75”. He was named America East Men’s Field Performer of the Week for his performance. At the America East Indoor Championships, Scannapieco won the pole vault in 17’-0.75”, placed second in the long jump in a season-best 23’-1.25”, and eighth in the 60 hurdles in 8.63. At Boston University’s Last Chance Meet, he placed second in the pole vault in 16’-0.5”. Scannapieco ended his season at IC4A Championships, where he tied his personal best to win the pole vault in 17’-6.5”, and placed ninth in the long jump in 22’-8”.

2012-13:

Outdoor
Season Bests
High Jump: 6’-6.25”
Pole Vault: 17’-6.5”
Long Jump: 23’-1.75”
Triple Jump: 38’-10.25”

Scannapieco opened his season at the Spring Break Classic, where he won the pole vault in 16’-2.75”, placed third in the high jump in 6’-4.75”, and placed eighth in the long jump in 20’-1.75”. At the Central Florida Invitational, Scannapieco placed first in the pole vault, clearing a height of 17’-0.75”. He placed second in the pole vault at the Dogfight against Connecticut, clearing 16’-2.75”. He also placed third in the triple jump with a personal best mark of 38’-10.25”, and fourth in the long jump with a wind-aided 21’-8.25”. At the Mt. SAC Relays, he won the pole vault with a mark of 16’-10.75”. In the championship section of the pole vault at the Penn Relays, Scannapieco placed sixth, clearing 16’-6.75”. At the America East Outdoor Championships, Scannapieco placed second in the pole vault in 15’-9”, third in the long jump in a season-best 23’-1.75”, and fourth in the high jump in a season-best 6’-6.25”. Scannapieco set a personal best in the pole vault at IC4A Championships, placing second in 17’-6.5”. He placed eighth in the pole vault at NCAA East Prelims, clearing 17’-2.75” and earning a berth into the national championships. At nationals, Scannapieco placed 23rd, clearing 17’-2.75”.

Indoor
Season Bests
60-meters: 7.28
1,000-meters: 3:12.89
60 hurdles: 8.77
High Jump: 6’-7”
Pole Vault: 17’-0.75”
Long Jump: 22’-1”
Shot Put: 34’-1.5”
Heptathlon: 5,124 points

Scannapieco opened the indoor season placing second in the pole vault at the Army Crowell Open, clearing a height of 15’-9”. He won the pole vault at the Penn State Nittany Lion Challenge and the UAlbany Great Dane Classic, clearing heights of 16’-4.75” and 16’-10.75” respectively. He placed second in the pole vault at Boston University’s Terrier Classic, clearing 16’-4.75”. He set a season-best in the pole vault at the Armory Collegiate Invitational, placing eighth in 17’-0.75”. At the America East Indoor Championships, Scannapieco won the heptathlon, scoring 5,124 points. Of the seven contested events, he won the 60 in 7.28, the long jump in 22’-1”, the high jump in 6’-7” (personal best), the 60 hurdles in 8.77, and the pole vault in 16’-6.75”. Scannapieco also competed in the open pole vault, placing first in 16’-2.75”.

2011-12:

Outdoor
Season Bests
100-meters: 11.58
110 hurdles: 15.86 (w)
400-meters: 1:06.31
1,500-meters: 5:22.71
High Jump: 5’-10.75”
Pole Vault: 16’-8.75”
Long Jump: 19’-0.75”
Shot Put: 33’-8.5”
Discus: 97’-8”
Javelin: 127’-10”
Decathlon: 5,578 points

Scannapieco opened the season at the University of Central Florida Invitational, taking fourth in the pole vault in a season-best mark of 16’-8.75”. At the Dogfight against Connecticut, Scannapieco earned two sixth-place finishes, in the javelin in 127’-10” and in the 4x400 relay. Competing in the college section of the pole vault at the Penn Relays, Scannapieco placed sixth, clearing a height of 16’-6.75”. Scannapieco competed in the decathlon at the America East Outdoor Championships, placing eighth overall with a personal best 5,578 points. He won the pole vault section in 16’-0.75”. Additionally, he won the open pole vault in 16’-2.75”. Scannapieco placed eighth in the pole vault at IC4A Championships, clearing 16’-8”, and placed 27th in the pole vault at NCAA East Prelims in 16’-5.5”.

Indoor
Season Bests
60-meters: 7.20
1,000-meters: 2:59.03
60-hurdles: 8.54
High Jump: 6’-4.25”
Pole Vault: 17’-1”
Long Jump: 22’-1.75”
Shot Put: 35’-1.25”
Heptathlon: 5,202 points

Scannapieco opened the season with a heptathlon at the Army Crowell Open. He won the event, scoring 4,956 points, winning the long jump in 21’-7.25”, the high jump in 6’-4.25”, and the pole vault in 15’-3”. His performance earned him America East Field Performer of the Week Honors. Scannapieco won the pole vault at the Penn State Nittany Lion Challenge, clearing a height of 16’-6”. He won the pole vault again at the Great Dane Classic, clearing 16’-8.75”. He also set a personal best mark of 8.54 in the preliminary round of the 60 hurdles. Scannapieco cleared a height of 16’-6.75” in the pole vault at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational, placing 14th. At the America East Indoor Championships, Scannapieco once again competed in the heptathlon, placing first overall with a personal-best mark of 5,202 points. He won the pole vault in 16’-6.5”, and took second in the high jump in 6’-2.75” and the 60 in 7.20. He also competed in the open pole vault, winning the event in 17’-1”. He was named America East Championship Most Outstanding Male Field Performer. His season ended at the Armory Collegiate Challenge, where he placed third in the pole vault, clearing 16’-4.75”.

High School:
Personal Bests
400 hurdles: 59.65
800-meters: 2:22.07
High Jump: 5’-9.25”
Pole Vault: 9’
Long Jump: 19’-6.25”
Triple Jump: 40’-10.5”
Shot Put: 34’-10.5”
Pentathlon: 2,958 points

Scannapieco was a four-year letter-winner at Lakeland High School. He was league champion in the long jump and the triple jump during his senior season, as well as Section I champion in the pentathlon. He ranked 13th in New York State in the pentathlon during his senior year. He holds the school record for the 400 hurdles. He is a seven-time all-league selection, and was named team most valuable field performer as a junior and senior. He helped his team win league titles in 2005 and 2006. He was named student of the month four times, and was a member of National Technique Honor Society, Math Club, and was the president of the Weather Club.

Personal:
Alfonso Scannapieco was born on July 13, 1990 to Ralph and Sherry Scannapieco. He has a twin brother Nick, another brother Ralph, and one sister, Krystina. He is majoring in mathematics.

Position: Multis
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 155
Year: Senior
Hometown: Mohegan Lake, N.Y.
High School: Lakeland-Panas