2014: Indoor - Finished third in the 3000-meter run after finishing in 8:18.21 at the Vanderbilt Invite...Was ninth in the mile (4:10.72) at the VT Elite Meet...Finished 14th in the 5000 after running a 14:00.60 at the Husky Classic...Ran a 14:13.18 to take fifth in the 5000 at the SEC Championships.
2013: Cross Country - Took 10th at the 8k Georgia Cross Country Invitational after registering a time of 26:37.14...Scored for the Bulldogs after taking 23rd at the 8k Furman Classic with a time of 24:46.10...Was 169th at the 8k Roy Griak Invitational...Was 230th (25:19) at the 8k Wisconsin Invitational...Took 82nd at the SEC Championships after completing the course in 26:11.56.
2013: Indoor & Outdoor - Redshirted for the Bulldogs.
High School: Helped lead Brookwood to the 2009, 2010 and 2011 GHSA AAAAA state cross country titles and to the 2010 and 2012 state track championships...Took second overall at the 2011 state cross country meet...Worked with his team to win the 2010 Nike Southeast Regionals and qualify for the Nike Cross Country Nationals...Personal-best times of 15:36.30 (5k), 9:23.89 (3200 meters), 4:19.02 (mile) and 4:17.52 (1600)...Named to the 2009 Team Georgia and to the 2010 Milesplit US Second Team - Cross Country (National Silver Standard as a junior)...Part of 4x1600 team that clocked the nation's best high school time in 2011...Finished fourth individually at the 2010 state cross country meet...Earned Most Valuable Junior honors before being named the Most Valuable Overall as a senior in cross country...Ranked 55th in 800-person graduating class with a 3.94 GPA...Named his team's Scholar Athlete from 2008 to 2012...Was a four-year Scholar Athlete and Academic Letterman while also volunteering in the Peer Leadership program as a junior and senior...Lettered in cross country all four years and in track for three seasons...Also played on the baseball and swim teams as a freshman.
Personal: Born February 10, 1994...Son of Tim and Beth Malanoski...Grandfather, Chester J. Malanoski Jr., played basketball and baseball at Upsula, was then a pitcher in the Philadelphia Phillies organization and scored a hole-in-one on the Jennings Mill Golf Course at age 87...Grandfather, Thomas K. Lamb Jr., played football and run hurdles at the University of the South...Pre-Business.