As a Senior in 2002-2003:
Posted both school and A-10 Championship records in the 100M and 200M winning both events with times of 10.30 and 20.90, respectively ... Placed first in the 100M dash at the New England Championships at 10.38 ... Was the team's leading point scorer .. Named to the Verizon Academic All-American team and the A-10 Academic All-Conference team ... Named to the 2003 A-10 Men's Outdoor Track & Field All-Conference First Team ... Named to A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll ...
As a Junior in 2001-02:
One of the Atlantic 10 Conference's top sprinters, Frimpong-Boateng won the 100-meter dash at the A-10 Outdoor Championships in 10.71 and finished third in the event at the New England Championships (10.91) ... Anchored 4 x 100-meter relay team to a fourth-place finish at the A-10 meet ... Placed fifth in the 200-meter dash at the A-10 meet in 22.18 ... Earned co-A-10 Outdoor Performer of the Week honors after winning the 100-meter dash at New Hampshire's Wildcat Invitational in 10.59 seconds, the third-fastest mark in school history and the league's top time in 2002 ... Missed much of the outdoor season due to injury, but was still the team's sixth-leading scorer with 34 3/4 points ... During the indoor season, he captured the 55-meter dash in six of the seven meets he competed in ... Won the A-10 Indoor 55-meter dash in a school-record and meet-record-tying 6.30 seconds ... Also took home the gold in the 55-meter dash at the New England Championships in 6.34, and was second in the 60-meter dash at the IC4A Championships at 6.75 ... Finished third in the 200-meter dash at the A-10 Indoor in 22.59 ... A-10 Performer of the Week after winning the 55-meter dash at the URI Mega Meet, Feb. 2 ... Scored team-high 71 points during indoor season ... Named to the Atlantic 10's indoor and outdoor academic All-Conference teams, and was selected the sport's Student-Athlete of the Year for the indoor season ... A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll and UMass Athletic Director's Honor Roll member ...
As a Sophomore in 2000-01:
Joined UMass as a transfer from the University of Kentucky ... Did not compete for the Minutemen during the indoor season ... Began the outdoor season and quickly became a force to be reckoned with ... Pulled hamstring in the final leg of the 4 x 100-meter relay at the A-10 Outdoor Championships, yet still continued to run in helping UMass to the gold medal with the fourth-fastest time in school history (41.55) ... Had fastest times in 100-meter dash prelims at A-10 Outdoor, but was unable to run due to hamstring injury ...
Transferred from the University of Kentucky ...
Full name is Kwesi Frimpong-Boateng ... Microbiology major ... Born May 25, 1980, in Hannover, Germany ... Son of Agnes and Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng.