AS A SENIOR IN 2012
Finished fourth place in his heat and fifth place overall for UC San Diego in the men's javelin throw at the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Track & Field Championships, throwing a distance of 186'6" ... Also finished fifth overall at both the Cal-Nevada Championships in the javelin, tossing a personal-best distance of 199'11", and the All-Cal Challenge, where he heaved the spear a length of 173'3" ... Won the javelin twice during the season at the 16th Annual Rossi Relays (188'5") and the San Diego Collegiate Challenge (190'5") ... Was the runner-up in the javelin (171'5") at the meet against Cal Poly Pomona and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, where he additionally leaped a collegiate-best height of 5'11.25" in the high jump to tie for third place overall to begin the season.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2011
Competed at the Mangrum Invitational, where his javelin toss of 166'0" earned him sixth place ... Took home another sixth-place finish at the Soka Peace Invitational in the javelin with a toss of 149'9".
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2010
Earned a second-place finish in the javelin with a toss of 163'7" and cleared 5'11" in the high jump during the Tritons' season opener ... Cleared 5'11" again for a sixth-place showing in the high jump at the San Diego Collegiate Championships ... Also placed fifth in the javelin with a toss of 152'3" at that meet.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009
At the San Diego City Championships, finished ninth in the javelin event (144'1") ... Recorded two top-10 finishes at the All-Cal Championships, finishing fifth with a throw of 131'7" in the javelin and seventh with a height of 5'7" in the high jump event ... Finished 22nd in the javelin during the Long Beach Invitational (144'4").
A 2008 graduate of Saint Francis High School in Mountain View ... Participated on 2006 team that was Nike Web National, West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) and Central Coast Section (CCS) champion ... Recorded personal bests of 6'2" in the high jump, 18'10" in the long jump and 41'0" in the triple jump.
Born on Nov. 16, 1989 in Mountain View ... Parents are Noli and Cynthia Libuit, who both graduated from SUNY Geneseo ... Has two older brothers named Bradley and Wesley and a younger sister named Haley ... Bradley competed athletically at UCSD and Wesley played at Loyola Marymount ... A bioengineering/pre-med major at Roosevelt College ... Throwing an inch less than his brother Bradley's personal record in the javelin is his most memorable track and field moment ... Finishing his last final every quarter is his favorite UCSD memory ... Interests include car restoration, football, basketball, baseball and spearfishing, which is his favorite activity ... Favorite athlete is Randy Moss and will root for any team he plays for ... "Hot Rod" is his favorite film ... Listens to Hoodie Allen ... Poke is the one food he would eat for the rest of his life if given the chance ... His family has the greatest influence on his life ... Plans to go to medical school and then become a doctor after graduating from UCSD.