Saturday, November 16, 2013

Team Nunley Update

Well it has been a while since we last posted any activity. However, 2014 is gearing up to be a very busy year for the Nunley Team of Athletes. Booker, is training for his return to the track. Keep your eyes open for him. Malcolm has been training very hard for his final season at Wake Forest University. I will be keeping you posted on how he does as his season starts the first weekend of December. The team has added to new athletes to the roster. Justine, their sister and last but not least is Alex, the baby brother who is only 10. Justine and Alex both are training with Steve McGill and getting ready for the indoor season. No time for the weary. It is going to be a busy and challenging season as I try to navigate to all of the upcoming events and show my support. TeamMom

Friday, June 3, 2011

Where You Been?

It has been a year since I last posted on this blog. My long absence was mainly due to me being too lazy to even log in. I have been feeling more inspired lately so I decided to open up the the blog again. Alot has happened in this year that I did not blog about. Too much to even blog about, but I will tell you all a few things.

I went off to school at Wake Forest University. I completed my first year as well as my freshman track season. My season did not go as well as I thought, but I came away with some positives and I truly believe that last season was a wake up call to. God is trying to show me that I can be successful and go far but if i am going to do it I am going to have focus up and work harder than I have been.

Another thing that happened which alot of people already know is that, my brother Booker Nunley transferred from South Carolina University to join me at Wake Forest. He was coming off of an awesome sophomore year on the track where he placed second at the 2010 NCAA Indoor Championships in a time of 7.58. His suffered a back injury that hurt his outdoor season. Although he was still able to post a 13.59 second meet out. He took a month off before the SEC Outdoor Championships due to the back injury and placed second with a 13.64. Due to the injury he red-shirted his entire junior year, so he still has two years of eligibility. I did not get to train with him in the fall, but know he is healthy and is looking better than before. i am looking to train with him this fall.

In this past year there has been so much that has happened. This last year has been exhausting and difficult especially since I just started college and had the worst track season I have ever had. I know it is going to get better and I am home for the summer resting, refueling and training so I can make some noise next year at school.

Monday, March 15, 2010


For those you who missed the NCAA Div1 Championship meet you can watch the replay online at You go to the full schedule and look for March 13 NCAA Indoor T&F Championship and you can watch it in its entirety. For those that just want to jump to the hurdles it starts at 44 minutes into the program.

NC ranks # 3 in NCAA Scoring by State

The state of North Carolina ranks #3 behind #1 Florida and #2 California in State scores at the 2010 NCAA D1 Men's Indoor based on where each individual scorer went to high school:
{Florida scored more in the 400 (20 points) than all but 4 states scored in all the events}
(1st time Texas hasn't been Men's high scorer in several years)

200m 3, Antonio Sales, S Carolina, East Chapel Hill HS, 20.52, 6
Mile 8, Dylan Ferris, Stanford, East Forsyth HS, 4:04.73, 1
60H 1, Ronnie Ash, Oklahoma, Knightdale HS, 7.56, 10; 2, Booker Nunley, S Carolina, Garner HS, 7.58, 8; 6, Johnny Dutch, S Carolina, Clayton HS, 7.72, 3; 8, Spencer Adams, Clemson, Butler HS, 7.90, 1
TJ 3, Alphonso Jordan, Georgia Tech, Hopewell HS, 53-4.25, 6

2010 Sophomore Indoor Season

Booker closed out his sophomore indoor season with a bang after a sluggish seasonal start. He took the first part of his season to work on trying to improve his start and early on from meet to meet it was hit or miss for him. However by the weekend of the Gamecocks indoor Invitational meet he had started to see the fruits of his labor paying off. It all finally came together at the SEC Indoor T&F Championship where he narrowly missed 1st place by .03, behind LSU's Barrett Nugent 7.65, after hitting hurdle 4. However that meet produced two personal best ever times for him in the form of a 7.71 in the prelims and a 7.68 in the finals automatically qualifying him for the NCAA Indoor T&F Championship meet.

After his coaches rested him for a week he was then ready to make his first indoor appearance at a NCAA Indoor Championship. His preliminary run time was 7.69 giving him a 3rd place finish in his heat behind Oklahoma's Ronnie Ash and Nebraska's Lehann Fourie, however it was the 6th fastest time overall in prelims securing his spot in the finals. In the finals Booker who has struggled with setting in the blocks was out. The start was still a bit sluggish but it is his strong finish that he relied upon to go after the 1st place spot. Barely missing first place behind Ronnie Ash Booker happily and graciously accepted his silver medal knowing that he had closed out his season victoriously with another big PR of 7.58 which was .02 off Ronnie's winning time of 7.56!

Besides Ronnie Ash 1st place and Booker's 2nd place finish 2 more former North Carolina high School graduates were in that finals. Johnny Dutch from South Carolina University who finished 6th and Spencer Adams of Clemson University who finished 8th. Ronnie, Booker and Johnny actually all came from the same Greater Neuse River Conference. Congratulations goes out to all 4 of these finalist for yet another successful indoor season!

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Nike Track Nationals!

Nike announces inaugural "Nike Team Nationals"
Competition Opens March 1 culminating in National Championship Event
at Legendary Hayward Field July 2

BEAVERTON, ORE (March 3, 2010) – Today Nike opened registration and announced details for the Nike Track Nationals competition, the first ever national championship competition to name the best high school track and field program in the United States.

With the goal of crowing a true national track and field champion, Nike Track Nationals consists of a four-month virtual competition that will select the top 12 boys and top 12 girls programs to compete at legendary Hayward Field for the Nike Track National Title the night before the Prefontaine Classic.

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Saturday, February 13, 2010


Right now I should be preparing and getting my mind right for the State Meet, but due to some inclement weather, the meet has been postponed until next Saturday. I am really getting fed up with all the snow that has been falling lately. Its not good for training and really puts a stop to most track meets, especially around here. I'm looking out side right now and really feel like we could have had the state meet today, but that's not my decision. Just more time to rest. Now with meet next week end, I wonder whats going to happen cause many people have made plans to go other track meets like the Simplot Games, Kentucky High School Invite. With travel plans in place, what meet do you attend? All I know is that I'm going to be ready to run the next time I hit the track.

Monday, February 8, 2010

Making The Best Of It!

This indoor season has been a waste for many athletes. Lack of track meets, cancellations and inclement weather have also made this indoor season one to forget. Many athletes have not had enough time to accomplish anything. This weekend is the North Carolina 4-A State Meet. Due to the way this indoor season has been so far, there are a number of athletes that would have qualified that have not. This just goes to show that this season has been rough so far. I feel a really strong outdoor season across the nation.

As for me, I'm going to make the best of the state meet. I need to salvage something from this indoor season before I go to Nationals. I'm going to lay it all on the line when I get into the blocks Saturday. I have not ran the hurdles since January 16, all this down time has done me some good. I was able to get some good training in and the rest has allowed me to internalize and think about what I have to do. I am ready to roll in the hurdles. I also have to run the 500 meter dash, I'm looking to go about 1:06.00 in that event. I have changed up my training and I am feeling better. I just have to go out and put it on the track. It's all mental for me, I just have to stop thinking. Its my senior year, I need o go out with a bang. My first couple of hurdle races did not go as planned, but I feel this time off has done me some good. I'm just looking toward the future now and running as fast as I can.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

I'm a Demon Deacon!!

It's been awhile since I last blogged, I have been busy with school and track practice. I was also preoccupied with the recruiting process. It was a long process but I have made my decision. There were a few schools I was looking at like UNC, NC State, Wake Forest, Tennessee and Virginia. These were all good schools, but I decided to go to Wake Forest University on a full athletic scholarship. It was the best choice for after I discussed everything with my family. I will be close to home and I will be receiving one of the best educations in the Nation. Wake Forest has a strong track program. Michael Bingham, 400 runner who competed in the 2009 World Championships, competed for Wake Forest. I wish he was still there next there when I arrive, he would've been a great training partner. I am just glad this recruiting process is over. It is a fun process but can be stressful at times. I know I made the right decision and I am looking to do big things in college.