Simone Charley
Simone  Charley
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Hoover, Ala.

High School:
Spain Park

Event:
Jumps

 

05/16/2017

VU hosts Alternative Graduation

Several student-athletes obtain degrees in special event on Tuesday

04/17/2017

Black & Gold Banquet celebrates student-athletes

Charley named Miss Commodore, Burks Mr. Commodore

03/24/2017

'Dores on the Web: March 20-24

News and notes online on Vanderbilt athletics

07/28/2016

Six Commodores earn USTFCCCA academic accolades

Team posts 3.35 GPA to earn team honor

07/05/2016

Charley and Schwab named Vanderbilt Athletes of the Year

The two are also nominated for SEC Athletes of the Year

12/09/2013

2013 Music City Challenge

December 8, 2013

05/16/2017

Alternative Graduation 2017

Twelve student-athletes experience Vanderbilt's Alternative Graduation on Tuesday, May 16, 2017.

02/25/2017

SEC Championships: Day Two

Day two of the SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships on Feb. 25, 2017.

01/14/2017

2017 Commodore Invitational

January 13-14, 2017

Major: Double major in Psychology and Sociology

Charley's TFRRS page: HERE

HONORS:
Vanderbilt's all-time record holder in the triple jump - 44'5.25" (Indoor Season)
2017 NCAA First Team All-American (Indoor)
2017 All-SEC Second Team (Indoor)
2017 CoSIDA Academic All-District Team
2016 NCAA First Team All-American (Outdoor)

2016 NCAA First Team All-American (Indoor)
2015 NCAA First Team All-American (Outdoor)
2015 NCAA First Team All-American (Indoor) 
2014 USTFCCCA All-Academic Team
2014 NCAA Second Team All-American (Outdoor)

NOTABLE:
u Was invited to the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene, Ore. (Recap, results: HERE)
u Represented USA at the 
North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACAC) Under-23 Championships. (Recap, results: HERE)

2016-17 Indoor Season: NCAA Championships: Recorded a top leap of 43'8" in the triple jump, which earned her NCAA First Team All-American honors and a seventh place finish...SEC Championships: Broke an indoor season school record in the triple jump with a leap of 44'5.25". That mark was good for third overall and All-SEC Second Team honors...Music City Challenge: Captured a third place finish with a jump of 43'7.75"...Meyo Invitational: Earned her second consecutive second place finish after jumping 43'1.75"...Vanderbilt Invitational: Placed second in the triple jump with a leap of 43'7"...Commodore Invitational: Leapt to a victory in the triple jump with a jump of 43'1".

2016 Outdoor Season:
NCAA Championships: Earned First Team All-American honors by finishing second overall breaking her own school and personal record with a leap of 45-02.25 (13.77m). … SEC Championships: Finished second in triple jump with a leap of 45-0.5 (13.73m). … Penn Relays: Took home first place in triple jump with a leap of 42-8 (13.00m). … Auburn Invitational: Finished top 10 in triple jump with a leap of 39-05.2 (12.02m). … Florida Relays: Took 14th in the triple jump with a leap of 40-09.00 (12.42m).

2015-16 Indoor Season: NCAA Championships: Earned First Team Indoor All-American honors for the second consecutive year by breaking her own school record and finishing second with a mark of 44-0 (13.41m). It was the best finish by a Commodore since Ryan Tolbert captured a national championship in the 400 hurdles in 1997. … SEC Championships: Scored three points for the Commodores by finishing sixth in the triple jump with a leap of 42-9.50 (13.04m). … Music City Invitational: Broke her own school record with a leap of 43.9.75, which at time ranked the nation's third-best mark. … Armory Collegiate Invitational: Finished first in the triple jump with a mark of 42-11.75 (13.10m). … Vanderbilt Invitational: Captured first place in the triple jump with a leap of 42.6 (12.95m). … Conference Clash: Finished third with a leap of 42-01.50 (12.84m) in her season debut while competing in her hometown.

2015 Outdoor Season:
NCAA Championships: Earned First Team All-American honors by finishing third among the incredibly talented field in Eugene, Oregon; Produced the best series of her career, including breaking her own school record with a leap of 43-8.5 on her second attempt and again in the finals with a mark of 44-3.25. NCAA East Regional: Took ninth in the triple jump with a mark of 42-4 to qualify for the NCAA Championships for the second straight season. … SEC Championships Broke her own school record in the triple jump and earned a fourth-place finish with a leap of 43-7, which shattered her pervious best of 43-2.50 (13.17). … Duke Twilight: Captured first place in the triple jump with a mark of 42-0.50 (12.81m). … Tiger Track Classic: Captured first place in the triple jump by posting a mark of 41-11.75, which came on her final attempt. … Virginia Challenge: Was sixth in the Triple Jump Invite at 40-2 (12.24m).

2014-15 Indoor Season:
NCAA Championships : Earned First-Team All-American honors after capturing fourth place in the triple jump with a leap of 43-2.25. By finishing fourth, she earned five points for the Commodores... SEC Championships: Broke her own school record and earned All-SEC honors in the triple jump, finishing in third place by clearing 13.24m (43-5.25). It was the nation's fifth-best mark at the time. ... Tyson Invitational: Broke her own school record and earned a fourth-place finish in the triple jump with a mark of 43-1.50. ... Meyo Invitational: Tied her own school record, which she set earlier in the season, with a leap of 12.94m in the triple jump while earning a third-place finish. ... Vanderbilt Invitational: Posted a school-record leap in the triple jump with a mark of 12.94m (42' 5.50) while capturing first place in the event and notching the best mark in the two-year history of VU's indoor facility.

2014 Outdoor Season: Broke her own school record and set a lifetime personal best in the triple jump with a mark of 43-2.50 at the USATF Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon; Missed qualifying for the IAAF World Championships by just one centimeter while earning a third-place finish. ... Earned All-American Second Team honors after finishing ninth at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon. ... Became the first Commodore to qualify for the NCAA Championships since 2010. ... Established a new school record in the triple jump at the Sea Ray Relays in April, then went on to break own her record -- twice -- at the SEC meet and again at the NCAA East Preliminaries. ... Was a member of the 4x200 relay team that set the school record (1:40.24). ... Pulled off two major accomplishments at once when she qualified for the NCAA Championships and broke her own school record in the triple jump with a mark of 43-1 on the final day of the NCAA East Preliminary in Jacksonville, Fla. ... Broke her own school record in the triple jump -- twice -- with leaps of 42-1.75 and 42-8 at the SEC Championships while earning a fifth-place finish and scoring four points for the Commodores. ... Set a new school standard in the triple jump at the Sea Ray Relays and captured third place at 41.10.75 . ... Took second place in the triple jump at the Mt. SAC Relays and finished fourth at the Tennessee Challenge.

2013 Indoor Season: Posted the second-best mark on VU's all-time performance list in the triple jump (41-8.50). ... Took eighth in the triple jump at 12.44m at the Tyson Invitational. ... Posted a ninth-place finish in the triple jump at 41-00.25 at the New Balance Invitational. ... Earned fourth place in the triple jump at 12.52m at the Vanderbilt Invitational. ... Took third in triple jump at 12.42m at the Auburn Indoor Invitational. ... Finished fourth in the triple jump (12.22m) at the UAB Blazer Invitational.

Personal: Simone Naomi Charley... Born Feb. 4, 1995, in Boston, Mass.... Daughter of Sharon and Bobby Charley... Youngest of three siblings... Sister, Nicole, is a triple jumper at Auburn... Brother, Myles, is a triple jumper and long jumper at Troy... Cousin Damien Charley played football at Vanderbilt from 1995 to 1998.

Simone Charley    
SeasonEventMark/TimeVU All-Time RankYear
IndoorTriple Jump44' 5.25"1st2017
OutdoorTriple Jump45' 2.25"1st2016
Outdoor4x2001:40.242nd2014
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