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Jake O'Neill

Jake O'Neill

  • Height:
    6-0
  • Weight:
    165
  • Year:
    Jr.
  • Hometown:
    Glenmoore, Pa.
  • High School:
    Downingtown STEM Academy
  • Major:
    Mechanical Engineering

Spartan Career Highlights

2018: Earned second-team All-Capital Athletic Conference honors as he finished 14th at the championships with a time of 27:31.4 for the CAC champion Spartans ... finished 143rd at the Mideast Regionals as he registered a time of 28:50.

2017: Finished 22nd at his first CAC championship meet ... clocked in with a time of 26:35.0 as the Spartans finished second at the championships ... he was York's top freshman finisher at the championships ... finished 80th in the Mideast regional meet with a time of 36:5.2 ... participated in the NCAA Division III championship meet as he finished with a time of 27:21.56 in Elsah, Illinois. 

Personal: Is a mechanical engineering major ... is the son of Thomas and Cheryl O'Neill ... born on August 3, 1998 ... ran for Scott Burns at Downingtown STEM Academy ... he was a part of a pair of ChesMont championship squads ... placed within the top five teams in the state of Pennsylvania twice while the team won the state championship in 2015 ... his team won the Nike Cross Country regionals and qualified for NXN in 2015 ... competed at the Nike Cross Country Nationals in Portland, Oregon ... finished his career strong as he finished 17th at the state championships as a senior as the team finished third ... was a four-year letterwinner at Downingtown STEM Academy ... was a team captain ... was a district qualifier in the 1600 and 3200 meter run ... Written into state history records through recognition from Senator Andrew E. Dinniman for first place team finish at the 2015 Pennsylvania State Cross Country Meet ... Recipient of the Congressional Scholar-Athlete Award presented by Senator Pat Meehan in 2016 ... member of the National Honor Society in high school ... state qualifier in the Technology Student Association (TSA) competition as a senior, participant of the Model UN club as a sophomore and junior.