University of Texas Arlington senior, Clayton Vaughn, who posted a massive 9.93 seconds over 100m to help his team win 2015 Sun Belt Conference championship title on Sunday May 10.
In the preliminary round Vaughn posted 10.23 to take heat #2. Later in the final the 22-year-old sprinter shocked everyone by clocking 9.93 seconds with legal wind of 1.7m/s. Vaughn shattered his own school record of 10.07 and moved his name to #4 spot to NCAA men's 100m all time list.
Vaughn was also part of his schools 4x100m team that won the relay event with a time of 39.68 seconds.
University of Texas Arlington sprinter's time is also the second fastest in the world this year, behind former 100m world record holder Asafa Powell's 9.84 seconds from Saturday's Jamaica international invitational.