AS A SOPHOMORE (2010)
Garnered USTFCCCA all-academic, PBC all-conference all-academic honors as well as a spot on the Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll as a Bronze Scholar … Named PBC Runner of the Week after breaking his own school record in the 8K with a time of 24.28.7 at the Augusta State Tri-Meet (Oct. 23, 2010) where he placed first to help the team grab first place honors … Holds eight top-20 finishes in the 8K with half set in the 2010 season … Took home a fourth place finish at the NCAA Southeast Regional Championships with new personal best time of 30:51.7 in the 10K to boost him to the NCAA Division II Championships where he finished 64th with a time of 32:02.3 … Started his season at the Great American Cross Country Invitational with a second place finish defeating schools at the Division I level with a time of 24:50.8 in the 8K to help the team grab second place honors … At the PBC Championships, he led the Braves with a third place finish in the 8K with a time of 25:12.4 and helped the team capture a second place finish … Finished 8th at the Royals Cross Country Challenge with a time of 24:35.3 … Finished his season five top-10 finishes and a trip to the national cross country meet for the second time in his career.
AS A FRESHMAN (2009)
Garnered All-American honors after placing 30th out of 182 runners at the NCAA II Cross Country National Championships in Evansville, Ind. … Recognized as the Peach Belt Conference Freshman of the Year while also being named to the USTFCCA All-Region Team … Named PBC Runner of the Week three times in his first collegiate year of competition while also being named to the PBC allconference first team … Was UNCP’s top finisher in all eight races and was the individual champion three times, his times qualifying him to compete in the National Championship Race … Opened his collegiate career with a 25:26.33 showing at the UNCP Invitational 5K on Sept. 5 ... Posted a 15:08.22 5K at the UNCW/Adidas Seahawk Invitational on Sept. 11 and a 25:15 8K at the ECU Pirates Invitational on Sept. 19 … Brought home a fourth place finish from the Great American Cross Country Invitational with a 24:35 8K and a third place finish from the Mount Olive Invitational 8K with 27:39 on Oct. 9 … Had a 24:57.00 showing at the Peach Belt Conference Championships on Oct. 24 to earn a second place finish as Freshman Runner of the Year … Ndhlovu’s time at the NCAA Southeast Regional meet (32:14 10K for a fifth place finish) was good enough to qualify him for the NCAA Championships 10K where he closed out his season with a 32:15.20.
Ran under coach Mhnya Maraire with the WWS Academy which received honors for being the most successful developmental program in Zimbabwe … Named athlete of the year 2005-06.
The son of Lindiwe and Peter Ndhlovu … Has a twin brother, Pardington and three sisters, Primrose Hanya, Perpetual and Prudence … 2005-06 AIDS Awareness President … Gender equality club project coordinator … An international business major at UNCP.
8K – 24:24.0 at Charlotte Invitational – Sept. 30, 2011 (SCHOOL RECORD)
10K – 30:51.7 at NCAA II Southeast Region Championships – Nov. 20, 2010