2012: Did not compete for the Bulldogs.
2011: Cross Country Returned from a redshirt season to take eighth in the 8k Georgia Invitational with a time of 25:26.74...Scored at his first meet for the Bulldogs after taking sixth at the Georgia State Invitational with a 25:49...Managed a top-25 finish at the SEC Championships with a 24th-place finish (25:04.30)...Finished 29th (32:10.2) at the NCAA South Regionals...Made his debut at the NCAA Championships and scored for the Bulldogs with a 218th-place finish (32:03.9).
2010: Cross Country Redshirted for the Bulldogs.
2010: Outdoor Registered his first collegiate win after taking first in the 3000-meter steeplechase (9:30.86) at the Bulldog Limited...was the runner-up in the steeplechase at the Spec Towns Invitational...clocked a 9:18.55 to take ninth at the Florida Relays.
2010: Indoor Finished 19th in the mile prelims (4:21.50) at the SEC Championships...also joined with three teammates to take fifth in the distance medley relay (9:58.30) at the SEC meet.
2009 Outdoor: Was fourth in the 800-meter run at the Georgia Tech dual meet with a time of 1:53.30...opened his freshman outdoor campaign by taking third in the 1500 with a time of 4:01.90 at the Georgia Relays...also was a leg on the second-place 4x800 team.
2008: Cross Country: Debuted for the Bulldogs and took 20th (20:37) at the 6200-meter Georgia-Georgia Tech dual meet...Finished 16th at the 8K Catamount Classic after leaving with a time of 27:02.24...Finished 118th, just behind teammate Miles Svoboda, at the 8K Tiger Invitational.
High School: Captured 2008 GHSA AAA state titles in the 1600-meter run and the 800...Won a state title in the 3200 at the 2006 GHSA state meet as a sophomore...Helped his team win the 2006 GHSA state cross country meet...Personal-best times of 15:55 (5000), 9:46 (3200), 4:22 (1600) and 1:55 (800)...Earned the Renaissance Academic Bronze Medal...Selected to be a Who's Who Among American High School Athletes.
Personal: Born November 13, 1989...Son of Micheal Long and Verna Long...Undecided major.